1. Good Luck Charlie (2010)
On April 4, 2010, Disney Channel broadcast Good Luck Charlie, an American television sitcom. When Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen set out to make this television series, they didn’t just have children in mind. They wanted it to appeal to families as a whole. When Charlotte “Charlie” Duncan and Toby “Toby” Duncan were born to a Denver family, their lives were forever changed. Teddy Duncan prepares a video diary for Charlie in each episode that includes advise for him about his family and being a teenager. In the video diaries, Teddy tries to give Charlie an idea of what she might go through as an adult. “Good luck, Charlie” is Teddy’s signature statement at the end of each video diary.
, the show’s title was modified from Oops to Love, Teddy to Good Luck Charlie in order to ensure that the show would be enjoyable for all family members. It was on April 4, 2010 that Good Luck Charlie made its debut in the US on Disney Channel. It debuted on April 5, 2010, in Canada, on May 14, 2010, in the UK and Ireland, and on July 23, 2010, in Australia and New Zealand. In August 2010, production began on the second season of Good Luck Charlie, which premiered on February 20, 2011. For a December 2011 premiere, Disney Channel Original Movie Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! started production in March 2011.
2. Liv and Maddie (2013)
The adventures of twins While Maddie is healing from a knee injury, Liv has been working on her acting career as well as her music career. Despite their drastically different personalities, the twins have an unbreakable kinship. Both of their parents work at the high school where they attend, and their younger brothers are often causing trouble.
3. Victorious (2010)
Tori Vega, an aspiring singer, attends Hollywood Arts High School, a performing arts high school.
4. Girl Meets World (2014)
Cory and Topang Matthews’ adolescent daughter Riley Matthews, along with her brave best friend Maya as they navigate the complexities of teenage life at Manhattan’s John Quincy Adams Middle School, where Riley’s father is a History teacher.
5. DAVE (2020)
Neurotic suburban man in his 30s has convinced himself to be one of the greatest hip hop artists of all time. The only way he can convince the world is if he can persuade his closest pals.
6. Full House (1987)
To raise his three kids, D.J., Stephanie and Michelle, Danny enlists aid from his best buddy and his brother-in-law.
7. Kickin’ It (2011)
Kickin’ It is an American television series that premiered on Disney XD on June 13, 2011. Created and executive-produced by Jim O’Doherty, the TV-Y7 sitcom stars Jason Earles as a karate instructor at an under-performing martial arts academy and five misfit students, played by Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder and Mateo Arias. As of September 20, 2011, the show had been renewed for another season by Disney XD. The second season of the show premiered on April 2, 2012.
On November 5, 2012, Disney XD announced that the series has been renewed for a third season and that production would begin in January of the following year. On April 1, 2013, the third season premiered. There will be no Alex Christian Jones in the third season. It was announced in August 2013 that a fourth season of the show would air in 2014, Disney XD. To star in the Disney Channel comedy, I Didn’t Do It, Olivia Holt is leaving the fourth season cast.
8. Soy Luna (2016)
Luna adores skating in Mexico, where she lives in a cheerful and contented state of mind. When a wealthy woman offers Luna’s parents a position in Argentina and also pays for an expensive school for Luna, her life changes in an instant. There is a family reunion in Buenos Aires, Argentina. With a new beginning and the discovery of the Jam and Roller rollerskating club in New York City she realizes that she can not only show off her skating prowess but also sing on stage. As Luna’s parents have never kept her adoption a secret, it’s also worth noting. In Argentina, Luna’s history unexpectedly comes back to haunt her.
9. K.C. Undercover (2015)
A high school math and karate prodigy, K.C. Cooper, discovers that her parents are spies when they ask her to join the Organization, a covert federal agency. There are still many things K.C. needs to learn before she can become a spy, including hiding her new job from Marisa. They work together as a team: K.C.’s parents, Craig and Kira; her siblings, Ernie and Judy (a humanoid robot); and her younger siblings, Ernie and Judy (a humanoid robot).
10. The Muppets (2015)
They return to primetime with a modern, documentary type show. The Muppets This is the first time ever that a Muppets series will focus on the characters’ personal lives and relationships, both in their personal lives and in their professional lives. All ages can enjoy this more mature Muppet show.
11. Pair of Kings (2010)
A sitcom called “Pair of Kings” airs on American television.
12. Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (2019)
In this series, eight stories about family, religion, love, and forgiveness are brought to life by Dolly Parton’s legendary country music collection.
13. Glee (2009)
In the United States, Glee is an adolescent musical comedy-drama television series that airs on Fox. A new glee club, New Directions, has been formed at William McKinley High School and competes on the show choir competition circuit while its members grapple with relationships, sexuality, and social issues.
14. Stuck in the Middle (2016)
With a huge family of seven children, Harley is a talented engineer who utilizes her inventions to navigate her way through life.
15. Garfunkel and Oates (2014)
Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, a comedy/folk duet, have a scripted show on IFC. As they struggle to make their mark in comedy, these underdogs find themselves in the midst of sticky relationship situations, and they do it by belting out one satirical song after another. As long as they’re singing about the unsaid facts of life, the ukulele- and guitar-wielding twosome can’t stop. After Lindhome and Micucci’s band named themselves “Art Garfunkel and John Oates,” the series is named after “two iconic rock ‘n’ roll second bananas.”
16. How to Make It in America (2010)
Ben Epstein and his business partner Cam Calderon use their street knowledge and connections in New York’s tough fashion industry to achieve their goals. Cam’s cousin Rene, who is launching his own energy drink company, and Domingo, a well-connected acquaintance, join the budding entrepreneurs in their quest for success, but they run across a number of roadblocks that will test their inventiveness to the limit.
17. Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream (2008)
As rock stars, the Jonas Brothers are the subject of the reality show Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream. Both the brothers’ private lives and their touring experiences are depicted in this documentary. When the first season aired in 2008, it was May 16. The show returns for a second season in March of 2010. May 31, 2010 marked the end of the second season.
18. Zeke and Luther (2009)
Disney XD’s Zeke and Luther is an American animated sitcom about two best friends who set out to become the world’s finest skateboarders. Adam Hicks, Daniel Curtis Lee and Ryan Newman are among the show’s cast members. Throughout the course of the series, the fictional Gilroy, California neighborhood of Pacific Terrace is mentioned numerous times. In the Disney Channel sitcom Even Stevens, which was also developed by Zeke and Luther co-creator Matt Dearborn, Gilroy was mentioned a few times.
“Bros Go Pro” was made available for free on iTunes two weeks before the show’s television launch in the beginning of June. On June 15, 2009, the series premiered in the United States. Season three of Zeke and Luther premiered on February 28, 2011, after it was announced on August 2, 2010. According to Matt Dearborn, the show’s third season will be its final one, making the announcement on June 18, 2011. Longest-running original series and first to reach its third season for Disney XD: The show. It broadcast on April 2, 2012, for one hour.
19. Hi-5 (2003)
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20. Shake It Up (2010)
Disney Channel in the United States airs Shake It Up, an American sitcom. On November 7, 2010, the series premiered. The show stars Bella Thorne and Zendaya as CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue, two background dancers on a local TV show called Shake It Up Chicago, and is written and directed by Chris Thompson. It also documents their escapades both on and off campus, as well as their social struggles and ascension within the school community. Additionally, Davis Cleveland, Roshon Fegan, Adam Irigoyen, Kenton Duty, and Caroline Sunshine are all main cast members in the series. Originally, Disney wanted to produce a female friend comedy with a dance component, but the idea was scrapped. After The Famous Jett Jackson and Sonny with a Chance, Shake It Up is the third Disney original series to adopt a show-within-a-show premise.
For the first time since So Random!, a Disney Channel Original Series has had more than six core contracted cast members. A 26-episode second season order for Shake It Up was confirmed by Disney Channel on September 29, 2011. Shake It Up: Live 2 Dance, the second album featuring music from the show, was released on March 20th, 2012. A one-hour special episode The season two finale of Made in Japan aired on August 17, 2012 on TBS. On June 4, 2012, Disney Channel announced that Shake It Up had been renewed for a third season and that Kenton Duty would not be a regular cast member for season 3, but that he would appear as a special guest. Shake It Up is the third and final soundtrack.