Disney+ nostalgia: The new streaming service brings back fond childhood memories


On Nov. 12, Disney released their new streaming service Disney+. As someone who grew up in the early 2000s, there are several shows that dropped off the radar past a certain age. Disney+ brings back a good majority of these shows, and along with them, a wonderful nostalgic feeling. At a certain point in childhood, all of the best Disney Channel shows ended and were replaced with bubble gum happy sunshine shows. Disney+ even offers ‘90s cartoons which were only available on DVD as of recently or not available for viewing at all.

Here are some of the shows currently available on Disney+:

The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

Wizards of Waverly Place

Hannah Montana

Suite Life on Deck

Lizzie McGuire

That’s So Raven


Boy Meets World

Good Luck Charlie


Shake It Up

Even Stevens

Phil of the Future

Some of the available cartoons:

Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers

Darkwing Duck

Ducktales (original and new)

Gravity Falls

My Friend’s Tigger and Pooh

Phineas and Ferb


Kim Possible 

Lilo and Stitch The Series


Quack Pack

The Emperor’s New School

The Replacements

Goof Troop

Tale Spin

And so many more!

With so much controversy over streaming services, Disney+ just may be worth it just to relive your childhood and catch up on a series you forgot about. Disney+ is $6.99 a month or $69.99 for a year. In my opinion, it is definitely worth it for everything it offers viewers.