The 50 Best Shows on Disney+ to Stream Right Now

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Whether you're catching up on new releases or trying to spice up your streaming queue, we highly recommend you check out the best shows on Disney+ right now.

Ever since its launch in 2019, the streaming giant has offered countless animated and live-action content that caters to all ages, from timeless childhood favorites (oh hey, Frozen) to action-packed Marvel spin-offs, like WandaVision and Loki. Following its debut, Robert A. Iger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company, said in a statement, “Disney+ provides an exceptional entertainment experience, showcasing our library of beloved movies, TV series and exclusive original content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.” (It's no wonder the platform has seen a surge in streaming subscriptions, which, FYI, start at just $10 a month.)

Keep reading for 50 of the best shows on Disney+, including Echo, Lizzie McGuire and more.

1. American Born Chinese

  • Who’s in it: Ben Wang, Yeo Yann Yann, Chin Han, Ke Huy Quan
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Shang Chi & the Legend of the Ten Rings, Kung Fu, Cobra Kai
  • Genre: Fantasy, Action

Based on Gene Luen Yang’s 2006 graphic novel of the same name, this coming-of-age adventure follows a shy high schooler named Jin Wang, whose life is turned upside down when he befriends the son of a mythological god, aka the Monkey King. Aside from the heart-pumping action sequences, American Born Chinese has clever cultural references and compelling main characters you can’t help but root for.

2. WandaVision

  • Who’s in it: Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Debra Jo, Kathryn Hahn
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Love, Death & Robots, Black Mirror, Dollface
  • Genre: Superhero, Drama

Marvel’s action-packed series, which takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, follows newlyweds Wanda Maximoff and Vision as they navigate small town life with their family in Westview, New Jersey. Although it boasts plenty of action and suspense, the nine-episode series deftly tackles mental health and grief. In her review, Candace Davison, VP of Editorial at PureWow, wrote, “What seemed like a cheesy superhero show has unraveled into a powerful allegory for living through loss and extreme trauma.”

3. Loki

  • Who’s in it: Tom Hiddleston, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, Eugene Cordero
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Doctor Who, The Umbrella Academy
  • Genre: Superhero, Action, Sci-Fi

Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, an alternate version of the God of Mischief gets sent to the Time Variance Authority, where he’s forced to help the organization fix the timeline and prevent a major disaster. Per usual, Hiddleston is a force of nature in this Marvel series. Plus, it blends a variety of genres, which explains why it feels like a crime thriller one moment and fantasy romance the next.

4. Light & Magic 

  • Who’s in it: George Lucas, Dennis Muren, Lorne Peterson, Ron Howard
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Star Wars, E.T., Terminator 2
  • Genre: Documentary

If you’ve ever wondered about the story behind those stunning visual effects in your favorite movies, then you’ll enjoy this insightful docuseries. Learn all about the history of  Industrial Light & Magic (aka ILM), the popular visual effects company that helped create classics like the original Star Wars, the Indiana Jones series and the Jurassic Park series. 

5. Once Upon a Time

  • Who’s in it: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas
  • How many seasons: 7
  • For fans of: Tell Me a Story, Emerald City
  • Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Romance

Need a dose of hope and optimism? Look no further than Once Upon a Time. The Emmy-nominated series tells the story of Emma, a bail bonds agent who discovers that she's a savior destined to rescue a cursed town from an evil queen. This serues puts a refreshing, feminist twist on common fairy tales like Beauty & the Beast and Sleeping Beauty.

6. The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder

  • Who’s in it: Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, Jo Marie Payton, Paula Jai Parker
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Fatherhood, Black-ish, Raven's Home
  • Genre: Comedy

This reboot of The Proud Family continues to follow the misadventures of 14-year-old Penny Proud as she deals with family dynamics and high school in the 2020s. Quite a few iconic characters, including Suga Mama, Trudy, Oscar and Dijonay, return, and there’s no shortage of laugh-out-loud moments. 

7. Ms. Marvel 

  • Who’s in it: Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Zenobia Shroff
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Titans, Stargirl, Naomi
  • Genre: Superhero, Comedy

Avengers enthusiast and fan-fic pro Kamala Khan isn’t sure of her purpose or where she belongs. However, that changes when she gets superpowers and becomes a hero herself. The coming-of-age series tackles identity, religion and immigrant culture in a funny and thoughtful way.

8. Luke Cage

  • Who’s in it: Mike Colter, Mahershala Ali, Simone Missick, Theo Rossi
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Black Lightning, The Defenders, The Equalizer
  • Genre: Superhero, Drama

Colter brings the muscley, bullet-proof Luke Cage to life in this action-packed series, which follows the Black superhero as he attempts to rebuild his life and protect the people of Harlem. The show is grounded and authentic in the way it explores Black culture, and honestly, we’ll never get tired of watching bullets bounce off of Luke as he takes down the bad guys.

9. Jessica Jones

  • Who’s in it: Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, Rachael Taylor, Wil Traval, David Tennant
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: The Defenders, Daredevil, The Punisher
  • Genre: Superhero, Psychological Thriller

As a result of a traumatic event, former superhero Jessica Jones—who has superhuman strength—switches careers and opens a private detective agency. However, when a dangerous enemy from her past resurfaces, she’s forced to confront her issues and stop him from hurting anyone else. The show is grim and quite dark, since it deals with topics like rape and mental health, but it includes positive messaging about surviving abuse.

10. The Punisher

  • Who’s in it: Jon Bernthal, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ben Barnes, Amber Rose Revah
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Hunters, Arrow, Altered Carbon
  • Genre: Superhero, Thriller, Drama

This gritty Marvel series revolves around Frank Castle, a former Marine who devotes his life to exacting revenge on the criminals who killed his family. In the process, however, he uncovers a bigger conspiracy that inspires him to transform into “The Punisher.” If you’re a sucker for tortured souls who turn to vigilantism, then this one is for you.  

11. Echo

  • Who’s in it: Alaqua Cox, Chaske Spencer, Tantoo Cardinal, Charlie Cox
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: The Punisher
  • Genre: Superhero, Crime

If you enjoyed the violence and gore in Marvel’s The Punisher, then you ought to add this entry to your queue. This Hawkeye spin-off revolves around Maya Lopez, a deaf Native American who returns to her hometown in Oklahoma to reconnect with her with her family roots while being pursued by a ruthless kingpin (and her former boss) Wilson Fisk.

12. Black-ish

  • Who’s in it: Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner
  • How many seasons: 8
  • For fans of: Mixed-ish, #blackAF, Abbott Elementary, Fresh Off the Boat
  • Genre: Comedy

The Emmy-winning series explores the Black experience with charm and humor, which explains why it went on for a solid eight seasons. Black-ish follows Dre Johnson, a successful advertising executive who moves with his family to a suburban white neighborhood. To avoid cultural assimilation, he inspires them to maintain their roots by educating them about Black history, colorism, police brutality and more. 

13. Grown-ish

  • Who’s in it: Yara Shahidi, Deon Cole, Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa
  • How many seasons: 6
  • For fans of: On My Block, Black-ish, Sex Education
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama

If you’re all caught up on Black-ish, but curious to see what Dre’s eldest daughter, Zoey, has been up to, then you can count on Grown-ish to give you all the tea. The show follows Zoey after she leaves home to attend the fictional California University of Liberal Arts, where she embarks on an interesting journey to adulthood. While she's there, she also learna few hard lessons about responsibility and relationships.

14. Inside Pixar

  • Who’s in it: W. Kamau Bell,  Cristela Alonzo, Barney Jones, Cynthia Lusk
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Pixar in Real Life, Pixar Popcorn
  • Genre: Documentary

Meet different Pixar insiders as they offer insight on their background, their work behind the scenes and the culture of Pixar Animation Studios. (Trust us, you'll develop a newfound respect for everyone who works on Pixar projects.)

15. Daredevil

  • Who’s in it: Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Rosario Dawson
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: The Defenders, The Punisher, Gotham, Moon Night
  • Genre: Superhero, Action, Crime Drama

An attorney by day and a vigilante by night, Matt Murdock fights to protect the streets of Hell's Kitchen while going up against Wilson Fisk, a powerful crime lord who has plans to conquer the city. The action-packed series tackles religion, morality, identity and justice.

16. The Muppet Show

  • Who’s in it: Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt
  • How many seasons: 5
  • For fans of: The Muppets, Pee-wee's Playhouse, Fraggle Rock, Sesame Street 
  • Genre: Comedy

Follow Kermit the Frog and his Muppet friends as they put on a vaudeville show, featuring fun musical numbers and sketches. This nostalgic masterpiece includes many famous guests, like Diana Ross, Elton John, Harry Belafonte and Christopher Reeve. But as much as we enjoy seeing famous faces, we'll never get tired of the goofy gags.

17. The Muppets Mayhem

  • Who’s in it: Lilly Singh, Tahj Mowry, Saara Chaudry, Anders Holm
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: The Muppets, Fraggle Rock,
  • Genre: Musical, Comedy

After you binge The Muppet Show, you can move on to The Muppets Mayhem, a spin-off that revolves around the musical group Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. In the series, the group causes quite a bit of chaos as they try to record their first platinum album.

18. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

  • Who’s in it: Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell, Erin Kellyman
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Legends of Tomorrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Watchmen
  • Genre: Superhero, Buddy Comedy, Sci-Fi

Set six months after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the series follows Bucky and Sam as they go from being a reluctant team to powerful allies in a post-blip world. Fans of the Avengers films will appreciate the chemistry between the two leads, and the series tackles a number of important themes, like racism, capitalism and justice.

19. The Curse of Oak Island

  • Who’s in it: Robert Clotworthy James Thornton
  • How many seasons: 11
  • For fans of: Forbidden History, Expedition Unknown, Beyond Oak Island
  • Genre: Reality

The Curse of Oak Island is about Marty and Rick Lagina, two brothers who team up to find legendary treasure that's rumored to be on the mysterious Oak Island, which is known for its sinkholes and caves. In addition to their adventures, the series offers insight into the history of the island and explores different theories.

20. The Mandalorian 

  • Who’s in it: Pedro Pascal, Katee Sackhoff, Carl Weathers, Werner Herzog
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Star Wars, The Book of Boba Fett
  • Genre: Action, Space Western

Set after the fall of the Empire, this popular Star Wars spin-off follows the journey of a masked bounty hunter, known as The Mandalorian. After reuniting with Grogu (aka Baby Yoda), he crosses paths with allies and enemies as they travel to strange new worlds.

21. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

  • Who’s in it: Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett, Matt Cornett, Sofia Wylie
  • How many seasons: 4
  • For fans of: High School Musical, Glee
  • Genre: 4

Meet the actual students of East High, who have big plans to stage a musical production based on the HSM franchise. The series follows the high schoolers as they navigate love, relationships, family, rivalries and identity. And fortunately for HSM enthusiasts, several cast members from the original films, including Corbin Bleu and Lucas Grabeel, guest star.

22. Glee

  • Who’s in it: Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Jessalyn Gilsig, Jane Lynch
  • How many seasons: 6
  • For fans of: High School Musical, Smash
  • Genre: Musical, Comedy

We can thank Glee for giving us iconic covers of songs like "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Defying Gravity." The series follows Will Schuester, the proud leader of McKinley High School’s glee club, which also serves as a safe space for students to be open and accepted. Together, the group deals with high school drama and the manipulative cheerleading coach, Sue, who wants to destroy the club.

23. Percy Jackson and the Olympians 

  • Who’s in it: Walker Scobell, Leah Sava Jeffries, Aryan Simhadri
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Secrets of Sulphur Springs, National Treasure: Edge of History
  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

When Percy Jackson, a 12-year-old demigod, gets accused of stealing Zeus's master thunderbolt, he's forced to journey across America and find it to prevent a war from breaking out. Even if you're unfamiliar with the books, you'll be captivated by the charming cast and great storytelling.

24. Boy Meets World

  • Who’s in it: Ben Savage, William Daniels, Betsy Randle, Will Friedle
  • How many seasons: 7
  • For fans of: Family Ties, Full House, Girl Meets World
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama

This list wouldn't feel complete without the coming-of-age show that practically defined our childhood. Whether you shipped Cory and Topanga from day one or harbored a secret crush on Eric Matthews (...just us?), revisit the gang as they embark on their journey to young adulthood.

25. Gravity Falls

  • Who’s in it: Jason Ritter, Kristen Schaal, Alex Hirsch
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Owl House, Over the Garden Wall
  • Genre: Mystery, Adventure

Twin siblings Dipper and Mabel join forces to investigate several dark mysteries in the fictional town of Gravity Falls, which has unusual monsters. Thanks to the smart writing, humor and pop culture references, this fun animated series will also appeal to older audiences.

26. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

  • Who’s in it: Tatiana Maslany, Jameela Jamil, Ginger Gonzaga, Mark Ruffalo
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: The Incredible Hulk, Supergirl, Law & Order, Suits
  • Genre: Superhero, Comedy

We all know about Bruce Banner’s story, but this brand-new series explores the life and career of his cousin, Jennifer. Even though it’s a superhero show, it gives major Law & Order vibes (since Jennifer is a lawyer who specializes in cases involving superhumans). Phil Mutz, VP of News and Entertainment at PureWow, said on Stream On, “It's really fun, it's very comedic…It’s not groundbreaking, but it’s a cool twist on a Marvel show.”

27. Moon Night

  • Who’s in it: Oscar Isaac, May Calamawy, F. Murray Abraham, Ethan Hawke
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Watchmen, The Punisher, Daredevil, Hawkeye
  • Genre: Fantasy, Psychological Horror

Steven Grant's life takes a wild turn when he discovers that he's a mercenary with dissociative identity disorder. Because of his alter identity, Marc Spector, he gets caught up in a deadly mystery that involves powerful Egyptian gods. Isaac is simply brilliant at playing four very distinct and compelling personalities, including Marc, Steven, Mr. Knight and Jake Lockley.

28. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  • Who’s in it: Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Clark Gregg
  • How many seasons: 7
  • For fans of: Agent Carter, Legends of Tomorrow, Doom Patrol
  • Genre: Superhero, Action, Drama

Eager to get to the bottom of strange cases that have yet to be classified, Agent Phil Coulson enlists the help of a few skilled agents from S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division) to help him investigate. The ensemble cast and wild twists are just a few reasons to binge the series.

29. The Santa Clauses

  • Who’s in it: Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, Eric Lloyd, David Krumholtz
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: The Santa Clause
  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

Former businessman turned Santa Claus, Scott Calvin, is ready to retire and choose a successor when he notices that he's losing his magical abilities. The fun series serves as a sequel to The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, with most of the main cast reprising their roles.

30. Lizzie McGuire

  • Who’s in it: Hilary Duff, Lalaine, Adam Lamberg, Jake Thomas
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: 
  • Genre: Comedy

Could we ever get tired of seeing 13-year-old Lizzie daydream about Ethan or face off against her arch-nemesis, Kate? Revisit Lizzie and her best friends, Miranda and Gordo, as they deal with the ups and downs of adolescence and junior high school.

31. What If…?

  • Who’s in it: Jeffrey Wright
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Marvel’s Future Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man, Iron-Man: Armored Adventures
  • Genre: Superhero, Sci-Fi

This animated anthology series invites viewers to revisit pivotal moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and imagine what would’ve happened if things played out differently. For instance, have you ever thought about what would happen if Thor was an only child? Or what if Doctor Strange lost his heart instead of his hands?

32. Andor

  • Who’s in it: Diego Luna, Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgård
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Star Wars, The Mandalorian
  • Genre: Dystopia, Spy Thriller, Action

In this prequel to the original Star Wars film, Luna stars as Cassian Andor, a former thief who embarks on a life-changing journey that turns him into a rebel spy and revolutionary. Several critics have hailed the gritty action series as one of the best in the Star Wars franchise, and Luna delivers an outstanding performance.

33. Life Below Zero

  • Who’s in it: Sue Aikens, Glenn Villeneuve, Jessie Holmes, Andy Bassich
  • How many seasons: 20
  • For fans of: Ultimate Survival Alaska, 100 Days Wild
  • Genre: Documentary

The Emmy-winning docuseries details the daily lives of people who reside in remote areas of Alaska, which proves to be extremely challenging due to the harsh environment and isolation. Expect plenty of suspense and a few gritty hunting scenes.

34. Alias

  • Who’s in it: Jennifer Garner, Bradley Cooper, Michael Vartan, Victor Garber and Ron Rifkin
  • How many seasons: 5
  • For fans of: Felicity, Veronica Mars, Covert Affairs 
  • Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Drama

In this cross between Felicity and Covert Affairs, Garner shines as Sydney Bristow, who works as a double agent for the Central Intelligence Agency and poses as an operative of SD-6, an international criminal organization. On the podcast Stream On, Phil Mutz said, "One of my favorite things about the show is, it's bingeable and you don't have to think too hard, even though they try to overly complicate it with the mysteries."

35. The Wonder Years

  • Who’s in it: Elisha "EJ" Williams,  Dulé Hill, Saycon Sengbloh, Laura Kariuki
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Everybody Hates Chris, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
  • Genre: Comedy

Like the ’80s classic, this coming-of-age tale revolves around an imaginative 12-year-old named Dean, who navigates adolescence, friendships and school while living with his Black middle-class family in 1960s suburbia. This heartwarming remake explores topics like racism, identity and human rights, while also reminding viewers that the Black experience is not all about the struggle.

36. The Orville

  • Who’s in it: Seth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald, Halston Sage
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Star Trek, Next Generation
  • Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Comedy

Set four centuries in the future, The Orville revolves around crew members on the USS Orville—a mid-level exploratory ship—as they embark on adventures that involve exploring different parts of the galaxy. Star Trek fans will appreciate all the references and Easter eggs to the iconic series.

37. Goosebumps

  • Who’s in it: Zack Morris, Isa Briones, Miles McKenna, Ana Yi Puig
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Deadtime Stories, Are You Afraid of the Dark?
  • Genre: Horror, Drama

Based on the beloved book series by R.L. Stine, this nostalgic spin-off follows five high school students who team up to investigate the mysterious death of a teenager when his ghost comes back for revenge. Karelle McKay, PureWow’s Assistant Editor of News & Entertainment, said in her review, "From its notable Easter eggs to the iconic callbacks to the book series, this is a show that horror show lovers will enjoy watching this, regardless of age."

38. Bluey

  • Who’s in it: David McCormack, Melanie Zanetti
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Octonauts, Puffin Rock
  • Genre: Preschool

Whether you’re a parent with kids or a single millennial, it’s hard to resist the gem that is Bluey. The show follows the adventures of a curious blue heeler-puppy who lives with her family in Brisbane, Australia. And according to Chelsea Candelario, Associate Editor at PureWow, it's one of the best shows to ever air. She wrote, “I can learn sometimes you need a ‘cry checklist,’ or [that] ‘dunny’ is a crass way of saying toilet. Bluey lets me enjoy a bite-size bit of clever [and it delivers] endearing fun with just the right amount of childhood wonder.”

39. The Simpsons

  • Who’s in it: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith
  • How many seasons: 35
  • For fans of: Bob's Burgers, American Dad!, The Cleveland Show
  • Genre: Comedy, Satire

Homer Simpson and the gang have been around since 1989, but they still deliver all the laughs. Set in the town of Springfield, the sitcom follows the misadventures of the Simpson family and their quirky neighbors, including Mr. Burns and Ned Flanders. It also serves as a caricature of American society, touching on politics, religion, climate change and more.

40. That’s So Raven

  • Who’s in it: Raven Symoné, Anneliese van der Pol, Orlando Brown, Kyle Massey, 
  • How many seasons: 4
  • For fans of: Raven's Home, Kenan & Kel, True Jackson VP
  • Genre: Comedy

From Symoné’s runway-worthy fashion moments to her funny catchphrases (“Oh, snap!”), there’s never a dull moment on That’s So Raven. Join the teen psychic and her besties, Eddie and Chelsea, as they navigate high school while dealing with Raven’s wild visions of the future. 

41. Wizards of Waverly Place

  • Who’s in it: Selena Gomez, David Henrie, Jake T. Austin, Jennifer Stone, Maria Canals-Barrera, David DeLuise
  • How many seasons: 4
  • For fans of: Harry Potter, Twitches, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
  • Genre: Fantasy, Comedy

Call us biased, but Gomez was born to play Alex Russo—a teenager who leads a double life as a secret wizard-in-training. She and her two siblings, Justin and Max, receive lessons from their dad in a secret lair while they get into a bit of mischief with mythical creatures like vampires and werewolves.

42. Smart Guy

  • Who’s in it: Tahj Mowry, John Marshall Jones, Jason Weaver, Essence Atkins
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Young Sheldon
  • Genre: Comedy

Remember TJ Henderson? Or shall we say, the pugnacious little shorty with a thousand IQ? This ’90s classic revolves around the kid genius as he experiences a major transition, moving from elementary school to high school at just 10 years old. As his older siblings adjust to the change, their widowed father, Floyd, juggles parenting with romantic relationships and his career.

43. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones

  • Who’s in it: Sean Patrick Flanery, Ronny Coutteure, Lloyd Owen
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Indiana Jones
  • Genre: Action, Adventure

Curious to know how Indy became the legendary, whip-cracking treasure hunter we all know and love? Do yourself a favor and add this show to your queue. In the series, young Indiana travels the world and embarks on several adventures while meeting famous artists, activists and soldiers who helped shape history.

44. I Am Groot

  • Who’s in it: Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Jeffrey Wright
  • How many seasons: 2
  • For fans of: Guardians of the Galaxy, Rocket & Groot
  • Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy

The series follows our favorite tree-like humanoid, Baby Groot, as he grows up in the galaxy and embarks on adventures with unusual characters that stir up trouble. It's a charming, funny series that you'll finish in one sitting, since each episode is four to six minutes long.

45. The Owl House

  • Who’s in it: Sarah-Nicole Robles, Wendie Malick, Alex Hirsch, Tati Gabrielle
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Gravity Falls, Amphibia
  • Genre: Fantasy, Comedy, Horror

While heading off to summer camp, 14-year-old Luz Noceda accidentally enters the Demon Realm, where she quickly befriends a rebellious witch named Eda and a demon named King. When Eda agrees to take Luz under her wing, the teen makes herself at home and forms new, unlikely friendships. From smart humor and stunning animation to positive messages about acceptance, The Owl House is truly a hoot.

46. DuckTales

  • Who’s in it: Joan Gerber, Will Ryan, Hal Smith, Russi Taylor, Alan Young
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Chef Donald, Micky Mouse Funhouse
  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy

Childhood classics, FTW! When Donald Duck enlists the help of his rich uncle, Scrooge McDuck, to look after his three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, the trio goes on several escapades that lead to quite a bit of chaos.

47. Even Stevens 

  • Who’s in it: Shia LaBeouf, Christy Carlson Romano, Nick Spano, Tom Virtue, Donna Pescow, AJ Trauth
  • How many seasons: 3
  • For fans of: Malcolm in the Middle
  • Genre: Comedy

Years before Shia LeBeouf skyrocketed to fame with movies like Disturbia and Transformers, he graced the small screen as Louis Stevens, a carefree, mischievous prankster who loves to torment his big sister and come up with wild inventions. His overachieving sister, Ren, and his BFFs Twitty and Tawny are also standouts in the series.

48. Hannah Montana

  • Who’s in it: Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, Mitchel Musso, Jason Earles, Billy Ray Cyrus
  • How many seasons: 4
  • For fans of: Shake It Up, Victorious, Jonas
  • Genre: Comedy

Easily one of Disney Channel’s most successful series, Hannah Montana had us all jamming to her biggest hits, from "The Best of Both Worlds" to "Nobody's Perfect." In the series, Cyrus stars as 14-year-old Miley Stewart, who leads a double life as a normal high school student and a famous pop star. Naturally, balancing family life, school and her career while hiding her true identity turns out to be more than she bargained for.

49. Hawkeye

  • Who’s in it: Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Kate Bishop, Tony Dalton, Fra Fee
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: Stargirl, Arrow
  • Genre: Superhero, Action, Crime

A year has passed since the blip in Avengers: Endgame, and Hawkeye superfan Kate Bishop is thrilled to finally cross paths with her idol, Clint Barton. As he faces off against his foes, Kate becomes Hawkeye’s protégée and receives training to take over as the next Hawkeye. Since this Avenger rarely ever gets the spotlight, it’s refreshing to see his origin story in this compelling spin-off.

50.  A Small Light

  • Who’s in it: Bel Powley Liev Schreiber Joe Cole
  • How many seasons: 1
  • For fans of: The Diary of Anne Frank
  • Genre: Biopic, Drama

This riveting miniseries, which is inspired by true events, follows Miep Gies, a Dutch secretary who risks her life to help Jewish refugees, including her employer, Otto Frank, hide from the Nazis during World War II. The film tells Anne Frank's powerful story through a different lens, but it's still poignant and insightful. 

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