1. Even Stevens, ended June 2003. Disney Channel Before he was digging up, up, up in Holes (2003) and kicking ass in Transformers (2007), Shia LaBeouf blessed our screens on Even Stevens as Louis, the mischievous brother to his goody two-shoes sister, Ren. Who could forget the crazy life of the Stevensens or their randomly annoying neighbour, Beans? It was an after school favourite. 2. Lizzie McGuire, ended February 2004. Disney Channel You may credit Mean Girls with making the three-way call ~cool~, but Lizzie and her mates were doing it way before. Remember when Gordo and Lizzie had that on again, off again relationship that kept us all on the edge of our seats? Shout out to Lizzie and her cartoon counterpart. 3. Rolie Polie Olie, ended February 2004. Disney Channel "He's Rolie Polie Olie, he's small and smart and round. And in the land of curves and curls, he's the swellest kid around" – ring any nostalgia bells? Not since the Polie family has there been a robot family that has been able to capture our hearts in the same way. 4. Out of the Box, ended September 2004. Disney Channel There were several great things about Out of the Box: the incredibly catchy intro, the fact the entrance to the clubhouse opened up into a MASSIVE WONDERLAND, the iconic acting. But most importantly was "The Goodbye Song", which you can't help but join in with, complete with iconic "hand rub, click, clap" combination. 5. The Proud Family, ended August 2005. Disney Channel Speaking of catchy theme songs, was there one more iconic than The Proud Family's? Not only was it sung by Destiny's Child, but Solange was on the track too! Plus, nothing was better than having Kyla Pratt (who also starred in One on One) as the voice of Penny. 6. Bear in the Big Blue House, ended April 2006. Disney Channel All you had to do was look at Bear to feel instantly warm and fuzzy inside. Bear in the Big Blue House was fun, educational, and I guess Disney really know the importance of a catchy goodbye song, because arguably the best part of the show was his duet with Luna at the end of each episode. 7. Lilo & Stitch, ended July 2006. Disney Channel You probably knew of Lilo & Stitch: The Series because you'd seen the film and wept over "'ohana' means 'family' and family means no one gets left behind". The relationship between Lilo and Stitch was one of the purest on TV, and so was the relationship between Lilo and her sister. Great show all round. 8. Phil of the Future, ended August 2006. Disney Channel The premise sounds ludicrous – a family from out of space take a vacation through time and somehow get stuck in the 21st century – but it totally worked. The gadgets were cool, the adventures were great, and the love story between Phil and Keely transcended space and time (literally). 9. Kim Possible, ended September 2007 Disney Channel I don't know what it is about Disney Channel and these theme songs that could literally be played on the radio, but "Call Me, Beep Me", sung by Christina Milian, was iconic. There's nothing quite like a show with a crime-fighting badass at the centre, and her clumsy best friend, Ron Stoppable, was a great addition to an already fab show. 10. American Dragon: Drake Long, ended September 2007. Disney Channel You probably remember the theme song, particularly Jake's rap, "From the "J" to the "A" to the "K" to the "E"!! I'm the Macdaddy Dragon of the NYC, ya heard??", which was decidedly less cringey at the time. American Dragon was packed with action, but can we take a moment to remember how great his best friend, Trixie, was? Her afro puffs were always on point. 11. That's So Raven, ended November 2007 Disney Channel A superb relic of our time, Raven Baxter was possibly the funniest character there was. She could dance, she could sing, she could see the future, what more do you bloody well need? With her best friends Chelsea and Eddie, they got up to wildest things, which always made you admire their friendship group and wish you had one like that too. 12. The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, ended September 2008. Disney Channel Okay, so if you've seen Riverdale you're aware that Cole Sprouse is "weird" now, but before he was insisting on his weirdness on TV, he was running around a hotel with his twin brother. Even though it was incredibly entertaining watching all the mischief they got up to, it did make you feel a little sorry for Mr Moseby, who had to clean up their mess every time. 13. Cory in the House, ended September 2008. Disney Channel After That's So Raven came Cory in the House, a rather random show that followed Cory's life when he moved to the White House for his dad's new job as official head chef. It was Disney Channel's first spin-off and guest-starred Raven many times, but let's be honest, Sophie, the daughter of President Richard Martinez, was the real star of the show. 14. Recess, ended February 2009. Disney Channel T.J., Spinelli, Vince, Gretchen, Mikey, and Gus were the original squad goals. This show was clever, relatable, and always teaching you something without you realising it. Plus, everyone had that one teacher always on your back like Miss Finster. 15. Hannah Montana, ended January 2011. Disney Channel This was arguably one of the most ridiculous shows on Disney, simply because it rested on the idea that a blonde wig is enough to convince your family and friends that you're not a famous recording artist. Either way, it was super entertaining watching Miley get into all of her absurd predicaments, and was an added bonus that her real dad starred in it too. 16. Sonny with a Chance, ended January 2011. Disney Channel After a stellar performance in Camp Rock, it was only a matter of time before Demi was going to be on our screens in a Disney series of her own. Sonny with a Chance was kinda meta since it was a comedy show about a comedy show (which I guess explains why the fictional show was called "So Random"), and Demi was undeniably endearing in it. 17. Wizards of Waverly Place, ended January 2012. Disney Channel Was there anything better than watching Selena Gomez be a comedy genius on screen? Was there anything more thrilling than awaiting to see who would become the Family Wizard? Hell no, there wasn't. Wizards of Waverly Place was a Disney classic. Gone but not forgotten.