This is the most recent show on the list, and it may be blasphemous to include it, but I simply do not care. The '90s are back, and Sydney to the Max deals with that in one of the best ways possible. The show takes place in both the '90s and present day by chronicling the coming-of-age of both Sydney, today, and her father Max, in the past. Each episode details similar hijinks that Sydney and her father went through with their respective best friends. Everyone loves Caroline Rhea (Aunt Hilda on Sabrina the Teenage Witch), and she pulls double duty by playing Max's mom in the past, and, of course Sydney's grandma (with a gray wig) in the present. This is one of the better modern Disney Channel shows. It's funny, heartwarming, and even deals with real world issues such as sexism and Black women feeling comfortable wearing their natural hair. This is a good one for the kids of today to watch.