1. Switched at Birth (2011)
The tale of two teenage girls who find out they were switched at birth in the hospital. To put it another way, while Bay Kennish grew up with two parents and a brother, Daphne Vasquez was raised by a single mother in a working-class neighborhood after she lost her hearing as a child due to meningitis. When the two families finally meet, things come to a head as they try to figure out how to coexist for the sake of the girls.
2. Glee (2009)
In the United States, Glee is a teen musical comedy-drama television show on the Fox network. You’ll learn about the newly reconstituted William McKinley High School show choir group called New Directions as they compete on the show choir competition circuit while dealing with personal issues such as sexuality and relationships.
3. Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure (2013)
Mermaids like Sirena, Nixie, and Lyla, who live in Mako Island’s waters, are real-life members of the mermaid pod. As the pod’s newest members, they are tasked with keeping an eye out for intruders and protecting the Moon Pool. However, on a full moon night, the naughty mermaids neglect their responsibilities. When sixteen-year-old Zac, a landlubber, swims in the Moon Pool, he develops a bond with Mako. Zac gains incredible abilities as well as a fish-like tail. Mako is abandoned by the mermaid pod, along with the three mermaid girls who were expelled from the group. They know they can only be accepted back into the pod if they gain the ability to walk on land and reclaim Zac’s powers. Otherwise, they’ll be banished from the group for good.
4. Camp (2013)
Little Otter Family Camp has summer fun for everyone even if you’re off the grid and far from civilization. During this time, parents unwind with gin and tonics while their children run amok, and a fling develops between the teenage counselors who work there. The camp’s owner and director is Mackenzie Granger. Mackenzie, who recently divorced and is still mourning the loss of her marriage, is ready for a new beginning. For the first time, she’s in charge, and she’s scrambling to keep the cash-strapped Little Otter afloat.
5. Quicksand (2020)
In the wake of a tragedy at her school, Stockholm student Maja finds herself accused of murder and on trial. When new information is revealed, doubts and suspicions are rekindled.
6. Victorious (2010)
Tori Vega, a high school student pursuing a career in music, manages her life while attending Hollywood Arts, a performing arts high school.
7. Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide (2004)
As “every-kid” Ned shatters the fourth wall to share tips and tricks on navigating middle school or junior high hurdles, his antics at James K. Polk Middle School are hilarious. Ned isn’t particularly charismatic, and he doesn’t possess any special abilities. Although he is serious, he has a good sense of humor, is well-groomed, and has a positive outlook on life. And he’ll be ready to navigate the minefields of middle school, thanks to his two closest friends. No matter what comes his way—from crushing bullies to swooning over crushes—Ned knows that nothing in the seventh grade is as bad as it seems, and that true friendship is what matters most.
8. H2O: Just Add Water (2006)
There are three teenage girls in the film H2O: Just Add Water dealing with typical adolescent issues, but they have to deal with the added burden of growing a giant fin and turning into mermaids whenever they are near water.
9. Road to Avonlea (1990)
Road to Avonlea is a Canadian and American television series that aired from 1990 to 1996. Kevin Sullivan created the show, which was produced by Sullivan Films with help from CBC and Disney Channel. Telefilm Canada also provided funding. The Story Girl, The Golden Road, the Chronicles of Avonlea, and the Further Chronicles of Avonlea were all adapted from L.M. Montgomery’s works. Some of the show’s episodes have been adapted into books by a variety of authors. It’s estimated that around 30 games have been made available so far.
Several episodes were retitled and reordered for broadcast in the United States, where the show’s name was shortened to “Avonlea.” The series’ title was changed from Road to Avonlea to Tales from Avonlea when it was released on VHS and DVD in the United States. The story takes place in the early twentieth century in the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. To be near her late mother’s side of the family, Sara Stanley, a 10-year-old Montreal heiress, is sent there by her wealthy father to live with her two maiden aunts, Hetty and Olivia. With each new season came an increase in stories about the King family and a decrease in Sara’s interactions with her newly discovered relatives. Later seasons of the show centered on members of the King family who lived in Avonlea. Polley made two more guest appearances before departing the show permanently in 1994.
10. Gilmore Girls (2000)
Following Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, mother and daughter who have a relationship most people can only dream of, the series is set in charming Stars Hollow, Connecticut.
11. This Is England ’86 (2010)
When England’s World Cup hopes are dashed by Diego Maradona in Mexico, Top Gun is the highest grossing movie of all time, over 3.4 million Brits are out of work, and Shaun is about to graduate, we’re in 1986.
12. Bunheads (2012)
One night in Vegas, a showgirl named Michelle falls in love with a man and marries him. She then moves to his sleepy coastal town and begins working at her new mother-in-dance law’s school.
13. Hellcats (2010)
Because of the loss of her academic scholarship, Marti Perkins, a pre-law student, must rekindle her adolescent gymnastic skills to join the university’s legendary cheerleading squad.
14. Pretty Little Liars (2010)
Following the lives of Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily, the series is based on Sara Shepard’s young adult novel series Pretty Little Liars. The clique breaks up after Alison, the clique’s queen bee, disappears. When they return from vacation a year later, they find themselves bombarded with messages from someone going by the name “A” and threatening to reveal all of their secrets, including some that they believed only Alison knew about.
15. One Tree Hill (2003)
This teen drama takes place in a fictional small town in North Carolina called Tree Hill and follows two half-brothers who only have a last name in common. Brawny, blue-collar Lucas is an excellent street basketball player, but only his fellow players on the river court recognize his abilities. As the star of his high school team, popular, well-off Nathan basks in the hero worship of the town. Both boys are the sons of Dan Scott, a former college baseball player, whose decision to abandon his son Lucas and his mother Karen years ago will haunt him for the rest of his life, along with his wife Deb and their other son Nathan, who is their only child. Dan has been able to keep his two sons apart up until now.
Tree Hill’s basketball coach, much to the chagrin of Nathan and Daddy Dan, recruits Lucas for his team, bringing the past crashing into the present. Moreover, when both brothers have their sights set on the same girl, Peyton Sawyer, their natural rivalry intensifies. Residents of Tree Hill are still dealing with the effects of the past, even as a new generation takes its place. Tree Hill chronicles the high school, marriage, and adulthood journeys of two brothers and the people in their lives as they go through it all together.
16. Kickin’ It (2011)
Kickin’ It is a Disney XD comedy series based on martial arts that premiered on June 13th, 2011. Developed and produced by Jim O’Doherty, the TV-Y7 series follows the karate instructor, played by Jason Earles, and his five misfit students, played by Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder, Mateo Arias, Olivia Holt, and Alex Christian Jones, at a failing martial arts academy. Disney XD announced the series’ renewal for a second season on September 20, 2011.
The second season of the show aired on April 2 of that year. Season three of the animated series was confirmed by Disney XD on November 5, 2012, and will begin filming in January 2013. Season three aired its first episode on that date last year. The third season will not include any appearances by Alex Christian Jones. Season 4 was ordered by Disney XD in August 2013 and will premiere in 2014. Olivia Holt will be appearing in the Disney Channel series I Didn’t Do It after she leaves the fourth season cast.
17. A.P. Bio (2018)
Philosopher-turned-high school-teacher Jack Griffin from Harvard throws out the curriculum and enlists the help of his students to exact revenge on a former rival.
18. Shake It Up (2010)
Shake It Up is a Disney Channel sitcom from the United States. On the 7th of November, 2010, the show debuted. Starring Bella Thorne, Zendaya, and Chris Thompson, the show tells the story of CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue, background dancers on a Chicago-based variety show called Shake It Up Chicago.
Their misadventures in and out of school are also documented, as are their growing social status and the difficulties they face. Among the series’ supporting cast are Davis Cleveland, Roshon Fegan, Adam Irigoyen and Caroline Sunshine. A female buddy comedy with dance elements was originally the plan for the show, with Disney serving as the executive producer. A show within a show, Shake It Up is Disney’s third original series to use this technique after The Famous Jett Jackson and Sonny with a Chance.
For the first time since So Random!, a Disney Channel Original Series has a cast that includes more than six full-time paid actors. Shake It Up’s second season order was increased to 26 episodes by Disney Channel on September 29, 2011. On March 20, 2012, Shake It Up: Live 2 Dance, a second soundtrack featuring music from the show, was made available. Season two of Made in Japan concluded with a 90-minute finale on August 17, 2012. In a press release dated June 4, Disney Channel announced that Shake It Up had been renewed for a third season, but that Kenton Duty would only appear as a guest star. Lastly, there’s Shake It Up: I
19. Awkward. (2011)
a satirical look at adolescence through the eyes of 15-year-old Jenna Hamilton, whose life is turned upside down by an accident that turns into a massive misunderstanding. It’s easy to relate to Jenna’s humor in her blog posts because she writes in the first person about her struggles and experiences as a teen.
20. Teen Wolf (2011)
When Scott McCall, a high school student in Beacon Hills, is bitten by a werewolf and turns into one, his life is turned upside down. As a result, he’ll have to get used to juggling his problematic new identity with the normal stresses of being a teenager. Stiles, his best friend, Allison, his love interest from a werewolf hunting family, and Derek, a mysterious werewolf with a dark past, all play crucial roles in his struggle. His main goal is to keep his family safe while also trying to have a normal life with them.