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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.

Latest episodes

aired 176 days ago
Christmas time arrives and K.C. tells everyone she has to go pick up a last-minute gift, but instead goes to The Organization's therapist, Dr. Levinstein.
aired 232 days ago
When K.C. goes into a virtual reality game to rescue Ernie, it becomes the craziest Halloween ever for the teen spies as they try to tackle the alternate universe and enemy agents Darci and Damon, the masterminds behind the evil game.
aired 247 days ago
The Cooper family works together to bring down a notorious bird smuggler, while Sheena is ready to bring down K.C.
aired 247 days ago
The Cooper family, along with Marisa, goes on the run from Zane in Rio de Janeiro.
aired 248 days ago
K.C., Ernie and Marisa run from Zane and Sheena in the heart of the Brazilian jungle.
aired 248 days ago
K.C. and her family find themselves in an epic spy showdown versus The Other Side when her evil aunt Erica and her family return.
aired 251 days ago
The Coopers go under cover in a biker club to find Richard, the head of The Other Side; everyone thinks K.C. is losing her mind when she claims she saw her evil cousin Abby, the enemy agent she eliminated.
aired 251 days ago
When Scholastic Achievement Quarterly tries to interview K.C. for being the smartest student in her school, she disguises herself as her mom so she can be featured and hide her identity as a spy.
aired 252 days ago
In an attempt to find out who set KC up, the Coopers collect handwriting samples from members of the circus.
aired 252 days ago
When KC sends her 100th criminal away, she later worries she may have sent an innocent man to jail, so she continues investigating the crime.
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Grandma Gayle takes Ernie and K.C. back to the '70s to show them how Cleo Brown became the first black woman to spy for The Organization.
aired 253 days ago
Kira prepares for her big night at the Spy of the Year Awards until the son of Tony "The Big Toe" Tolentino crashes the ceremony to avenge his father.
aired 254 days ago
When K.C.'s latest mission is compromised, she is tasked to find the mole in The Organization.
VOD available
K.C. woefully takes on a new partner, canine spy Dexter, to help her catch a group of criminals smuggling fireworks.
aired 255 days ago
The Volunteens give K.C. an assignment that pits her against Craig and his job of protecting the ambassador.
aired 255 days ago
Ernie and K.C. go undercover with a group called the Volunteens; Craig prepares for his new assignment to protect an ambassador.
VOD available
K.C. is tasked with capturing wanted computer hacker Noah Stone; she finds herself competing against a teen bounty hunter named Pinky Carter.
aired 258 days ago
K.C. has to find an undercover spy to pass a test for a promotion; everyone at the Cooper's neighborhood potluck becomes a suspect; Petey tries to scare Judy.
aired 259 days ago
Craig and Kira find out that they were never legally married; K.C. remedies the situation by throwing them a do-over wedding.
aired 259 days ago
K.C. goes undercover in a retirement home as a senior citizen named Bernie; she wins the affections of a feisty fellow senior named Irma.
aired 260 days ago
K.C. and Craig tell Ernie that he's in charge of the next mission to try and boost his self-esteem; really, K.C. is the one running things.

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