Although she appears to be just a typical teenager to most of her classmates and teachers, Miley Stewart lives a double life, transforming herself into famous pop singer Hannah Montana at night. Her secret identity is known only to her family and closest friends.
In this spinoff to "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," siblings Zack and Cody Martin make new friends and get into fresh mischief after moving into their new home aboard the S.S. Tipton.
Alex Russo and her brothers Justin and Max come from a long line of wizards and now must master their newly learned powers or lose them forever. Their dad, Jerry, gave up his powers when he married their mortal mom. The family business is Waverly Sub Station in busy Manhattan, and the three young wizards get into all sorts of crazy situations as they grow up facing typical teen challenges like school, friends, family and magic.
The Diffy family left on vacation from the year 2121 but their rented time machine malfunctioned and they were thrown into the year 2004. Now Lloyd, his part-robotic wife Barbara, and his kids Phil and Pim, are forced to pretend to be a normal family in suburban Pickford. Phil befriends Keely Teslow to keep their secret and together the siblings deal with school, bullies and homework without getting found out.
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.
The madcap antics of four cute boys -- Davy, Peter, Micky and Mike -- who make up the rock 'n' roll band the Monkees are captured in this freewheeling 1960s series. It employs all sorts of stylistic tricks, including film-speed changes and cutting one-liners as the boys travel around making the world a happier place.
Fraternal twins Brady and Boomer are average teenagers until the day a representative from the country of Kinkow arrives at their Chicago high school to inform them that they are, in fact, heirs to the throne of the island nation. The boys relocate to claim their heritage, but it's not as easy as it sounds. The island is home to a number of odd superstitions and customs, which clash with their American upbringing, and a disgruntled cousin tries to thwart their every move, hoping to claim the throne for himself. But Brady eventually leaves the island for good. After learning of that, Boomer intends to follow Brady, but a storm keeps Boomer on Kinkow. That same storm forces inhabitants of a nearby island to move to Kinkow. Among those new inhabitants is Boz, Boomer's long-lost triplet brother. After discovering each other, Boomer and Boz get to know each other and learn to work together.