11 Shows On Disney+ That Will Make You Feel Like A Teenager Again
Ready for a wave of nostalgia?
Ready for a wave of nostalgia? When you think about shows on Disney+, it may be easy to dismiss them as series only meant for children. However, Disney+ isn’t only an , it’s the perfect time machine if you’re in the mood to relive your teen years.
You might be looking to rewatch shows that you were obsessed with in high school or maybe you’re just searching for some carefree content to indulge in. Whatever the reason, Disney+ has a fully stocked catalogue ready for you to explore.
If you aren’t sure about fully committing to a monthly subscription plan yet, Disney+ is one of manyto make sure their service is the right fit for you.
Rating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes
If theatre was a big part of your high school journey this series, hosted by Kristen Bell, is the perfect level of nostalgia for you. Each episode of Encore follows high school alumni returning to their old stomping grounds in order to reprise stage roles they played as teenagers.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes
Whether you were a teen when High School Musical was released, or if you’re just looking to relieve some adolescent drama, this show could be your next binge-watch.
In a fictional world, 13-years after the release of the original, the school used to film the trilogy plans on putting together a stage production of the first film.
Rating: 44% on Rotten Tomatoes
This Disney staple has four seasons for you to indulge in. Miley Stewart is just a regular girl to her schoolmates and even her best friends. Little do they know she’s actually an internationally known pop star.
Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes
Hilary Duff got her start on this teen drama and sitcom. She not only had a two-season run on Lizzie McGuire but even released The Lizzie McGuire Movie. The series follows the teen woes of Lizzie and her two best friends.
Disney+ had previously announced a reboot of the series when the platform was launched however, the show was put on hold after the filming of the pilot episode.
Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes
This cartoon, targeted at a teen and adult audience, has been in people’s lives since 1989. The comedy follows the Simpson family that includes Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie as they navigate life.
Girl Meets World
Rating: 7.2/10 on IMDb
Girl Meets World is the reboot of the iconic 90s show Boy Meets World. It follows Cory and Topanga’s family years later, focusing on their eccentric daughter Riley and her best friend Maya.
Good Luck Charlie
Rating: 7/10 on IMDb
When the Duncan’s welcome the unexpected arrival of their little sister Charlie, teens PJ, Teddy, and Gabe have to renavigate life as a family of 6.
Rating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes
A lot of teens worldwide spent years obsessing over the Jonas Brothers so it may have been an added bonus when they landed their own Disney show.
Jonas followed the brothers in a fictional world, where they played themselves. In an attempt to keep their lives normal they still attend high school while playing sold-out stadiums by night.
Wizards of Waverly Place
Rating: 6.8/10 on IMDb
If you’re looking for the added spice of magic with your teen drama, Wizards of Waverly Place could be the way to go. Starring Selena Gomez, the series follows the Russo family on their adventures of training as wizards while keeping their secret from the rest of the world.
Rating: 7.4/10 on IMDb
Although this series followed a kid genius, T.J. is still forced to mingle with the teens after he skips grades and finds himself in high school.
Suite Life on Deck
Rating: 6.3/10 on IMDb
Who hasn’t dreamt of going to school on a cruise ship? Zack and Cody spent their childhood in a hotel on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and their teenage years on international waters. With a pack of old and new friends, they’re put in hilarious situations that manager Mr. Moseby will still have to manage.