1. Cory In the House (2007)
When Victor Baxter, Cory’s father, is hired as the President of the United States’ personal chef, everything changes for the young man. Cory’s business acumen soars as he mingles with the Washington, D.C., power elite.
2. K.C. Undercover (2015)
K.C. Cooper, a math prodigy and black-belt karateka, discovers that her parents are government spies when they ask her to join The Organization, a top-secret government agency. The latest spy gear is at K.C.’s finger tips now, but she still has a lot to learn about being a spy, including how to keep her new job a secret. With the help of her parents Craig and Kira, her older siblings Ernie (a humanoid robot), and her younger sister Judy (a humanoid robot), K.C. and her family balance home life while completing dangerous undercover missions to save the world.
3. Girl Meets World (2014)
Riley Matthews, Cory and Topanga Matthews’ tween daughter, and her fearless best friend Maya navigate the ups and downs of adolescence at Manhattan’s John Quincy Adams Middle School, where Riley’s father is their history teacher. Riley is relatable and adventurous.
4. Stuck in the Middle (2016)
Harley, the middle child in a large family of seven children, is an engineering genius who relies on her creations to get by.
5. A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)
The Baudelaire children, orphaned after their parents’ death, must overcome hardships and dangers, including the vile Count Olaf.
6. Good Luck Charlie (2010)
The first episode of the Disney Channel sitcom Good Luck Charlie aired on April 4, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen, the show’s creators, wanted to make a show that appealed to families as a whole rather than just children. With the births of Charlotte “Charlie” and Toby, the Duncan family in Denver is forced to deal with a new set of challenges. Teddy Duncan makes a video diary for Charlie every week, in which he gives advice on various topics related to their family and adolescence. With the help of the video diaries, Teddy tries to show Charlie what it will be like when she is older.
“Good luck, Charlie,” says Teddy at the end of each video diary. Executives changed the show’s title from Oops to Love, Teddy and then to Good Luck Charlie to make sure it appealed to all family members, among other decisions. The first episode of Disney Channel’s Good Luck Charlie aired on April 4, 2010, in the United States. Launch dates include April 5, 2010 for Canada, May 14, 2010 for Europe, and July 23, 2010 for the rest of the world. The second season of Good Luck Charlie was ordered in August 2010 and premiered on February 20th, 2011, with production starting in August of that year. In March 2011, production began on a feature-length Christmas Disney Channel Original Movie based on the series Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!
7. Liv and Maddie (2013)
Identical twins go on an adventure. For Liv, a former Wisconsin tv personality now working on becoming a movie star and beginning her music career, as well as Maddie, a standout student and basketball sensation who is recovering from a knee injury. The show focuses on the unbreakable bond between the identical twins, despite the fact that they are worlds apart in personality. Both of their parents work at the high school where their sons attend, and their younger brothers are perpetual troublemakers.
8. Just Add Magic (2015)
Kelly Quinn and her two best friends, Darbie and Hannah, discover a strange cookbook in their grandmother’s attic that contains some unusual recipes. When Kelly’s annoying little brother is silenced by the Shut’em Up Shortcake and Darbie’s ankle is healed by the Healing Hazelnut Tart, the girls discover they have magic power. An original live-action pilot adapted from the best-selling novel.
9. The Thundermans (2013)
Take a look at The Thundermans, a normal-looking suburban family with incredible superpowers. The 14-year-old Thunderman twins are at the center of the action, sharing a bathroom, a school, and the same obnoxious siblings. Is that the only distinction? Her twin brother is a super villain, while her sister is a super student with a super sunny disposition who is super excited about becoming a superhero someday.
10. Baby Daddy (2012)
A young man in his early 20s, Ben is living in New York City as a bachelor with his friend Tucker and his brother Danny. A baby girl left on Ben’s doorstep by an ex-girlfriend changes his life forever when he returns home one day and finds it there. The decision is made by Ben after much deliberation, and he enlists the help of his close female friends, as well as his protective and sometimes overbearing mother, Bonnie.
11. Wendell & Vinnie (2013)
The show centers on Vinnie Bassett, the owner of a comic book and video game memorabilia store who only works part-time. When his incredibly intelligent and mature nephew, Wendell, is placed in his care, his bachelor life comes to an end. Wendell, a 12-year-old boy, quickly proves himself to be an excellent parent for Vinnie.
12. See Dad Run (2012)
Story of David Hobbs, who played a perfect father on one of the biggest sitcoms on TV for the last decade. He’ll find himself in the most difficult role of his life when the show ends and his wife returns to work in television. He’ll have to take care of three kids who have grown used to not having him around. David quickly discovers that portraying a father on television is a piece of cake in comparison to the real thing.
13. WandaVision (2021)
They begin to suspect that things aren’t quite as they seem when they meet Vision and Wanda Maximoff, two super-powered beings living in a dreamy suburb.
14. Austin & Ally (2011)
The story revolves around a young songwriter named Ally Dawson and an internet sensation named Austin Moon, who became famous after singing one of Ally’s songs. Austin and Ally are at a loss as to how to deal with Austin’s newfound fame while also making a profit. In contrast to Austin, who is a rule-breaker who is immature for his age, Ally is a rule-follower who is also self-conscious.
15. 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. The show is rated TV-Y7. The series was renewed for a second season by Disney XD on September 20th, 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 feature Alex Christian Jones as a major character. Disney XD announced in August 2013 that the show had been renewed for a fourth season, which will air in 2014. After the fourth season, Olivia Holt will be seen in the Disney Channel show I Didn’t Do It.
16. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (1997)
American science fiction sitcom Honey, I Shrunk the Kids is based on the 1989 film of the same name. Instead of focusing on one failed shrinking experiment, this sequel explores a variety of failed experiments. It premiered on September 1st, 1997, and aired for three seasons before being cancelled on May 20th, 2000, with the 66th episode. Rick Moranis played the eccentric inventor Wayne Szalinski in the original film, which was played by Peter Scolari. New digital effects and technologies are used in each episode to take the family on new adventures. The show was shot in Calgary, Alberta, at Currie Barracks, a decommissioned Canadian Forces dormitory that served as the show’s primary location.
17. Young Sheldon (2017)
How Sheldon Cooper grew up in his early years, as depicted on The Big Bang Theory.
18. Bad Judge (2014)
A tough-as-nails judge on the Los Angeles County Circuit Court, Rebecca Wright spends her free time partying and displaying a reckless behavior. The show follows Rebecca’s personal life (and wild lifestyle). Robby Shoemaker, an eight-year-old boy whose parents Rebecca jailed, is about to tame—and judge—her reputation. He has the potential to make a significant difference in Rebecca’s life.
19. Henry Danger (2014)
In order for Henry Hart, 13, to succeed as Captain Man’s sidekick-in-training Danger, he must learn to balance the pressures of 8th grade with the crazy adventures of a superhero!