Do you find yourself repeatedly rewatching your favorite shows just to reminisce about the feelings of nostalgia? Or even to feel good? We get it. Keep reading on to learn about 7 Feel Good 2000s Disney Shows to watch on Disney+.
Hannah Montana first premiered on Disney Channel on March 24th, 2006, and launched the career of Miley Cyrus. You can watch over four seasons worth of episodes and also Hannah Montana: The Movie on Disney+. The first episode alone will have you singing along to iconic Disney bops. Miley and Hannah will let you into the worlds of a teen pop star and a regular high schooler. We definitely recommend it as a binge-watching series.
Wizards of Waverly Place
Starring Selena Gomez, David Henrie, Jake T. Austin, Maria Canals-Barrera, David DeLuise, and Jennifer Stone, Wizards of Waverly Place first premiered on October 12th, 2007. You can watch over 106 episodes of Alex and her family solving problems with their wizardry. From watching Alex learn how to fly a magic carpet to her becoming the next family wizard, there is something for you to watch at any point in life. You can also watch two Wizard of Waverly Place movies; Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie and The Wizards Return: Alex vs Alex.
That’s So Raven
Premiering on Disney Channel on January 17th, 2003, That’s So Raven has four seasons worth of binge-watching episodes. Raven-Symonè has that relatable main-character energy and humor to keep your sides hurting from all the laughter. In the show, you will follow Raven and her friends, Eddie and Chelsea, as she predicts the future and try their hardest to find a way to stop these endings from occurring, which usually results in more problems on their end. If you can’t get enough of the original, in 2017, Disney Channel released a new spin-off series called Raven’s Home, where Raven and Chelsea come back together to raise their three children.
Phil of the Future
A family from the year 2121 somehow crash lands into the year 2004, and this includes your average-joe teenager, Phil, played by Raviv Ullman. This series also introduced us to Aly Michalka and Evan Peters. Wonder about the future with Phil and his family for two seasons worth of episodes. Follow Phil as he finds himself on crazy adventures with his friends, but will he ever make it back to his regular life in the future?
This series came out on January 12th, 2001, right as we entered a new era of TV shows on Disney Channel. Starring Hillary Duff, you will follow her and her friends throughout junior high, as well as her animated alter ego, who always says what’s on Lizzie’s mind. You can catch two seasons worth of episodes that will be relatable to you and your journey throughout your junior high era. In 2003, The Lizzie McGuire Movie came out, and Lizzie accidentally became a pop star as she was only trying to enjoy her middle school graduation trip in Italy.
Sonny With A Chance
Starring Demi Lovato, Sonny With A Chance is the Disney Channel version of SNL and premiered on screens on February 8th, 2009. You will follow Sonny as she gets her big break and learns how to live the life of fame in Hollywood with the help of her castmates. Watching this show on a rainy or sunny day? No matter the weather, you will find yourself smiling along to the silly skits such as the “Real Princesses of New Jersey.” There also was a spin-off called So Random which came out in 2011 but only lasted for one season. It was solely a skit based show with musical guests joining every week.
The Suite Life on Deck
Imagine being the Sprouse brothers and making the world laugh so much during your first Disney Channel gig that they ask you to work again on a spin-off series only three years after the original series premiered. Starring Cole and Dylan Sprouse, the twins live on the SS Tipton and attend high school at sea with a new group of friends. The brothers find themselves in trouble, usually trying to avoid Mr. Mosbey. For 3 seasons, you can follow the group of friends and live out the luxurious cruise ship dream. You can also follow the twins in a full-length movie called The Suite Life Movie, which came out in 2011.