E White's Top 5: Disney+


We were all waiting for the day... and Disney+ is HERE.

Albeit some issues on launch day, the app is here and I think we're all ready for it. Not only can you get Disney+, but you can also add on a basic Hulu subscription, and an ESPN+ subscription.

But let's be real... you're there for all the old movies and shows you grew up with.

After painstakingly going through what's available, here are the five I'm looking forward to the most (NOTE: This list is simply opinion. Don't get mad THANKS.)

1. Goof Troop

One of the most underrated Disney Channel shows of all time, Goof Troop entails all the adventures of Goofy, Pete, and their sons Max and PJ. The Goofy Movies are two of my favorite Disney movies, and just getting an extension of that is dope.

2. Kim Possible

What kid in the mid-2000s didn't have the ringtone? This show made me recreationally recreate the Naco and memorize all the words to the Naked Mole Rap. Kim Possible was a staple in the house when I was a kid. Furthermore, Ron Stoppable is the poster child for how to get out of the friend zone. That man is a HERO.

3. The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

Before Cole and Dylan Sprouse were starring on Riverdale or opening a Meadery in Brooklyn, and after they were driving Adam Sandler nuts in Big Daddy, the twins had The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Easily one of my favorite shows from my childhood, I think anyone who watched this show dreamed of living in a hotel. Then adulting happened and we realized living out of a suitcase kind of sucks.

4. Brink!

It was hard to pick just one Disney Channel movie, but this was the movie that got me into sports like skateboarding, so it has a special place in my heart! Ask anyone who watched Disney Channel movies, though, and they'll probably say this was one of the best ever made!

5. The Aristocats

THIS IS THE G.O.A.T. DISNEY CLASSIC. DON'T AT ME, FAM. I could watch this a million times and it never gets old.

Also, "Everybody Wants To Be A Cat" STILL SLAPS.

Honorable Mention: Eddie's Million Dollar Cookoff

Like I said, it's hard to pick just one Disney Channel movie. As a kid who'd watch the Food Network with his mom and sports with his dad, this is a story that hit home!


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