The Ultimate Remedy For Your 2000’s Disney Channel Nostalgia

It seems like these days, Disney Channel just isn’t what it used to be. I remember when I was little, my favorite thing to do was wake up early on Sunday mornings to watch Hannah Montana or That’s So Raven. I used to beg my mom to stay up late on school nights to watch Disney Channel Original Movies, and at least eight out of my now nineteen birthday parties have been Disney - themed. 

But now, it feels like Disney just doesn’t hold the same level of amusement or comfort that it used to. 

Our favorite Disney stars have grown up and moved on, our favorite shows have all stopped airing, there’s no more Disney 411, Pass the Plate, or Cheetah Girls music videos during commercial breaks. The Disney Channel Original Movies aren’t even the same! It feels like the Disney we loved so much as kids is gone and has been completely replaced by something unrecognizable. 

 

But never fear! Our favorite shows are still there, you just have to dig to find them! After some research, I’ve come up with a list of good (and mostly free!) places to watch some good old 2000’s Disney. 

 

  1. The official Disney website

Disneynow.go.com has full episodes of Hannah Montana, Kim Possible, The Proud Family, Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Wizards of Waverly Place, and a bunch of others! Go to the website, select shows, and you’ll find a whole selection of old and new Disney episodes. Simply log in with your cable provider information, and you can watch full episodes and seasons for free!

 

2.    BAG Movies

BAGmovies.com is free, legal, and has a ton of old shows. Just search for the specific show or movie you’re looking for, and enjoy! They have a huge lineup of old shows and movies including Twitches, Lemonade Mouth, Camp Rock, Malcolm in the Middle, and pretty much anything else you can think of. 

 

3.    KODI

This TV service is free and can be downloaded onto pretty much any mobile device. It’s like Apple TV, for free! Here you can watch Phineas and Ferb, Lizzie McGuire, and Even Stevens. 

 

4.    Amazon Prime

If you have an Amazon Prime account, you can watch full seasons of Sabrina the Teenage Witch and That’s so Raven for free!

 

5. My90s TV

If you’re missing the early-morning cartoons vibe, you should definitely check out my90stv.com, where you control a TV with a virtual remote, and flip through channels of your favorite cartoons. 

 

6. Netflix

Netflix lacks on Disney shows, but they have almost every animated Disney movie you can think of, and a ton of Disney Channel Original Movies. Obviously this service isn’t free, but you can always use a friend’s password if you don’t have an account!

 

 

Don’t let the decline of Disney Channel get you down. These services are here for you!