Enter the world of Lizzie McGuire at your own risk, a world where the 13-year-old and her best friends Miranda and Gordo ride the roller-coaster existence of a middle schooler. Every day is a popularity contest, every class is a crisis and on top of everything else, Lizzie has to deal with her annoying little brother, Matt, and a mom who means well despite her nosey tendencies. You always know what Lizzie is thinking, and if she can't quite say it, you can be sure her animated alter ego will.
From 1993 to 2000, viewers followed the relationship of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence-Matthews on "Boy Meets World." More than a decade later, the couple's daughter, Riley, is trying to navigate her 'tween years -- and problems that go with them -- especially in regard to bonds with family and friends. At John Quincy Adams Middle School in Manhattan, Riley finds being a student more difficult because her dad is a history teacher there, and she's in his class. Her mom, a lawyer, is involved in her social life and owns a trendy teen hangout. Among Riley's classmates are best friend Maya, crush Lucas, and quirky Farkle, son of Cory and Topanga's peer Stuart Minkus.
A seventh-grade misfit, played by pre-"Transformers" Shia LaBeouf, struggles to find his niche both in school and in his seemingly perfect family. He does his utmost to infuriate his overachieving older sister, Ren, and is frequently involved in disastrous escapades, from which his best pal Alan usually rescues him.
High-school student K.C. Cooper is a math whiz with a black belt in karate. A normal teen otherwise, her life changes when her parents, Craig and Kira, recruit her to be a spy in a secret government agency known as The Organization. Along with her parents and younger siblings Ernie and Judy -- the latter is a humanoid robot -- K.C. must balance a civilian existence with undercover missions designed to save the world. As K.C. goes about spying, she must keep the newfound career a secret from best friend Marisa.
Best friends Paige and Frankie put their talents to use while making video blogs for their online comedy channel. Upon reaching 10,000 subscribers for their comedic music videos, the friends are invited to produce their videos at Vuuugle Studios, an influential entity in the industry. There, they continue their quest to reach the top of the blogosphere. Together, with longtime friend Bernie and fellow Vuuugle stars Dirk and Amelia, the girls embark on a series of comedic adventures in hopes of becoming even bigger online celebrities.
Teens PJ and Teddy and tween brother Gabe are typical kids -- that is, until their mother has another baby. The arrival of their new sister completely upends the entire household. When their mother heads back to work after Charlie's birth, it's up to the kids and their dad to keep the home fires burning -- and to keep Charlie out of trouble as she learns to sit up, crawl, walk and run. Teddy, as the older sister, makes a personalized video diary for Charlie, in each episode adding a nugget of wisdom for her baby sibling.
"Dog With a Blog" is a sitcom that is told from the pup's perspective. The show is about a newly blended family led by parents Bennett and Ellen, whose kids -- Tyler, Avery and Chloe -- are trying to adjust to life as stepsiblings. Tyler and Avery are typical teenagers and are slowly learning to communicate with each other. When they discover a secret about the family's recently adopted pet dog, Stan, they decide to keep it a secret -- even from their parents. What is Stan's secret? He talks and blogs. Complicating their attempt to keep the secret is younger sister Chloe, who thinks it's normal to have a talking pooch after she overhears him. But thankfully the parents just chalk it up to Chloe's overactive imagination. As for Stan, he has a knack for getting himself, Tyler and Avery into sticky situations, which helps teach the kids how important family is and how much they need to work together to keep Stan's secret safe.
Musicians the Jonas Brothers star in a single-camera sitcom as -- surprise! -- rock star brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick Lucas of the band JONAS. When the trio is not on tour, the guys live in New Jersey on Jonas Street (the inspiration for the band's name) with their parents, Tom and Sandy, and little brother Frankie. They attend Horace Mantis Academy and clown around with their childhood friend Stella Malone, who offers the boys endless style tips, and her best friend, Macy Misa, Horace's star athlete. The series features songs created especially for it by the brothers.
Teenage Kirby dreams of becoming a famous animator like his idol, Mac MacCallister. That may be why he is joined on his adventures by a variety of animated characters -- each with a distinctly vibrant personality -- which only he can see. Adventures take him all around his unusual town, Forest Hills, with best friends Fish and Eli. The threesome usually get into some predicament that they must escape before Kirby's crafty older sister, Dawn, and her whip-smart best friend, Belinda, catch them.