1. House of Mouse (2001-2003)
That show where all the Disney characters find their way to a Mickey-owned restaurant. You know, before Disney decided to turn it to Mickey’s Clubhouse?
2. Rolie Polie Olie (1998-2004)
That show where Olie the circle is best friends Billy the cube. And Olie has a family who are all circles, including that annoying sister who trolls everyone and is the main source of conflict.
3. Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006)
That show where a dog and an older-looking rabbit are stuck on an island. Where no one knows how they got there or how they’re friends.
4. American Dragon: Jake Long (2005-2007)
That show where Jake Long can magically turn into a dragon, but PLOT TWIST his crush is a secret dragon slayer and his arch-nemesis. Who knew.
I’m talking about before Disney decided to re-animate the series.
5. Dave the Barbarian (2004-2008)
A show where their parents leave them to rule the kingdom for themselves. And where we should not mistaken Dave’s little sister for a monkey.
6. PB&J Otter (1998-2000)
Back when it was Playhouse Disney. Not Disney Junior.
If you were a ’90s baby growing up in the 2000s, the Noodle Dance was your jam.
7. Lilo & Stitch: The Series (2003-2006)
The spin-off show where Lilo and Stitch try to pick up Jumba’s slack by catching all the experiments who accidentally escaped.
8. Gargoyles (1994-1996)
Because you had a thing for Goliath and Elisa.
9. The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006)
The show where the tomboyish fly dreams to be a rock star, but often puts herself in conflict in doing so.
And yeah, you know as a kid, you wished you were Skye Sweetnam.
10. The Replacements (2006-2009)
That show which teaches kids that if there are people you don’t want to deal with, all you need is a Fleemco phone with a direct line to Conrad Fleemco, owner of a business that replaces those people for free.
11. Mighty Ducks (1996-1997)
The show you thought was way cooler than the 1992 original movie.
(Yes, it was featured on ABC for Saturday Mornings, but was originally produced by Disney)
12. The Emperor’s New School (2006-2008)
That spin-off show from the The Emperor’s New Groove. But we all know you watched it because of Kronk.
13. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988-1991)
“Pooh Bear, Winnie the Pooh Bear…”
Don’t hide it, I know you know the lyrics.
14. Sabrina: the Animated Series (1999-2000)
That show you thought was the real Sabrina: the Teenage Witch. But then realized it’s an animated show.
15. Braceface (2001-2004)
That show you confused for Sabrina because you thought Sharon and Sabrina looked so damn alike.
But we all know you watched it for Alden Jones.
16. TaleSpin (1990-1991)
The ’90s cartoon based on bears flying airplanes and dealing with other animals.
17. Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985-1991)
Another show about crime-fighting bears.
18. Darkwing Duck (1987-1990)
And another crime-fighting animal.
19. DuckTales (1987-1990)
“Hey, these duck creatures are fascinating. why don’t we feature Donad Duck’s family but without Donald Duck?”
And thus Scrooge McDuck earned his own show.
20. Shorty McShort Shorts (2006-2007)
OK, technically not a television show, but still an animated series of random short episodes.
The only episode you need to know is “Boyz On Da Run.”
21. Pepper Ann (1997-2000)
To be honest, I only remember the intro. Because damn, it was catchy.
22. Teacher’s Pet (2000-2002)
That show about a guy and his talking dog. A kid-version of FX’s Wilfred.
23. The Weekenders (2000-2004)
A show about the weekends you wish you were a part of as a kid.
And you knew that Lor was the first girl to rock a snapback.
24. Lloyd in Space (2001-2004)
From the creators of Recess, comes another cool-kid show, but with a cool-kid alien named Lloyd.
25. Goof Troop (1992-1993)
From before An Extremely Goofy Movie and The Goofy Movie
26. AND FOR ALL YOU SMART ASSES WHO THINK I FORGOT THE GOOD ONES.
THESE ARE THE DISNEY ANIMATED SERIES YOU NEVER SHOULD HAVE FORGOTTEN
27. Kim Possible (2002-2007)
And I gave you the courtesy of providing its pilot.
28. Recess (1997-2001)
Ok, technically it was produced on ABC and Toon Disney, but the re-runs aired on Disney Channel.
Nonetheless, one of the best cartoons to feature fourth grade. (alongside Hey Arnold!)
29. The Proud Family(2001-2005)
“I’m Penny Proud, I’m cute and I’m loud. And I got. it. going on.”
Back when Kyla Pratt ruled Disney and Solange was was part of Destiny’s Child.
30. Doug (1991-1994) (1996-1999)
OK, technically the original Nickelodeon version was better, but I wanted an excuse to put this on the list.
Still, a bad-ass show.
Are there shows I seriously forgot?
Add them on below..