Best friends are there for each other whenever one needs help. In the case of BFFs Shelby and Cyd, that "whenever" can be any era in history. After a science experiment goes awry, the teens acquire the ability to travel through time whenever they want and, sometimes, even when they don't. They try to use their recently acquired power to help navigate their teenage years, both in school and in their family relationships -- especially when it comes to Shelby's mischievous twin brothers Bret and Chet -- which often includes going back in time to fix past mistakes. And for some fun, the girls occasionally sneak into the future to get a glimpse of what's to come.
Benjamin Cole Royer
Matthew Lewis Royer
aired 24 days ago
When Daisy reveals that she is engaged to Sebastian, a young man she has never met, Cyd and Shelby decide to travel to the 16th century to help her break off the engagement.
aired 25 days ago
The time-traveling besties' friendship is in trouble when Shelby learns Cyd went to a concert without her and lied about it; Bret and Chet try to earn their camping badges from the safety of their backyard.
aired 31 days ago
Cyd and Shelby watch roller derby against Astrid's wishes; they find out Shelby's mom has been lying.
aired 38 days ago
Barry is too busy to help Shelby build her website so she takes matters in to her own hands; Cyd and Naldo win a boat and try to hide it in the backyard.
aired 39 days ago
Bret and Chet worry about their sixth grade dance; haunted by the memories of their own experience, Cyd and Shelby go back in time for a do-over.
aired 45 days ago
A princess named Daisy has come through the time rift from the 16th century and finds herself at Cyd and Shelby's school.
aired 46 days ago
Shelby and Cyd get their first jobs at a fudge kiosk at the mall, but the job is not all that Shelby thought it would be.
aired 52 days ago
When Shelby and Barry compete against each other to have their latest innovations win at the Dax Fraggins Tech Pitch Fair, the aspiring scientist's ego causes him to be a jerk to fellow contestants and even his friends.
aired 66 days ago
The girls decide to take Daisy on an official "Epic Girls' Day" at the mall since she might be here longer than expected.
aired 80 days ago
Diesel swallows a time travel tracker and disappears; Shelby and Cyd hurry to track him down before he's lost forever.
aired 81 days ago
Shelby and Cyd gain the power to travel back and forth through time; they try to fix Shelby's plans to ask Cameron to the school dance.
aired 87 days ago
While Janet tries to find the secret behind time travel, the girls plot to take her down once and for all.
aired 88 days ago
Janet invites herself over to Shelby's for dinner; the girls try to find out what she knows about time travel.
aired 94 days ago
The girls discover that their future-selves have asked to lose their time traveling abilities; they leap ahead to see that Janet Smythe is involved; Barry learns that Marci is planning to dump him.
aired 95 days ago
Grandma Rita pays a visit and the girls learn that time travelers helped set up Shelby's grandparents; they head to the 1950s to investigate.
aired 101 days ago
Cyd and Shelby use time travel to attend two different events on the same night; Cyd and Shelby's plan backfires when they meet boys at both events.
aired 102 days ago
Cyd and Shelby travel back to kindergarten to celebrate their friendship anniversary; they start to change back into their five-year-old selves.
aired 108 days ago
Cyd and Shelby find out that Barry's mentor, Janet Smythe, plays a role in the future lab memory; Smythe employs Shelby's dad.
aired 109 days ago
When the girls travel back to the 70's for help on a report, they land right in the middle of a turf battle between punk and disco kids.
aired 115 days ago
When Cyd and Shelby change the past so that Barry can meet his science hero, they go back to a time in which Naldo and Barry are rock musicians instead of aspiring scientists.
aired 116 days ago
Shelby's new lab partner, Rob, can't stop being mean, and the girls travel back in time to find out the reason why.
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.
Now that the twins have graduated from high school, they're ready to start a new adventure -- in California. Living with their aunt and cousin in a beach house, Liv and Maddie are ready to start the next chapter of their lives, with Liv pursuing her acting and singing career and Maddie attending her dream college on a basketball scholarship. After the twins move to California, the rest of their family -- minus dad -- is also forced to move there when brothers Joey and Parker ruin their Wisconsin home. Maddie keeps busy between basketball, academics and balancing a long-distance relationship with Diggie. Liv is happy that cousin Ruby appears to be following in her footsteps and is cast in a TV series. Joey, suddenly the cool kid in school, finds his calling as a comedian. Parker has his first crush as he attends a new high school. Karen considers pursuing modeling as she enjoys her new relaxed lifestyle in California.
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.
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.
Leo and his superhuman stepsiblings have moved to Bionic Island, a remote area that is home to Davenport's Bionic Academy. The training facility offers over-the-top missions for Leo, Chase, Adam and Bree to tackle. It is also home to other bionic students who are learning how to use their newfound abilities. With the academy comes higher stakes for Leo's group as they do their best to battle evil, often involving billionaire villain Victor Krane, whose own bionic attributes include superstrength, superspeed and pyrokinesis.
"Austin & Ally" follows the exploits of the title characters, polar opposites who combine their talents to try to create a musical tour de force. Austin is an extroverted musician and singer. Ally is a brilliant, but shy, songwriter. Austin and Ally's best friends are Trish and Dez, respectively. Without Ally's knowledge, Austin and Dez "borrow" one of her songs, make a music video out of it and post it on the Internet. The music video catapults Austin into an overnight sensation. But when Trish tries to convince Ally to let people know she wrote the song, Austin pleads with her to write him another song that he can turn into a hit. And that begins their musical collaboration as they try to profit from Austin's newfound fame.
"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.