We can all agree that with the launch of Disney+, a wave of nostalgia washed over people of all ages and backgrounds. The thing that has always been constant throughout wars and questionable fashion trends alike, Disney has always produced successful work that everyone remembers. Since 1923, Walt Disney Animation Studios has captivated their audience and stamped their logo on the hearts of American children. Nowadays, whether someone is 3 or 93, Disney has a special place in their memories.
VALLEY will be remembering the shows and movies that we grew up watching; the ones that we couldn’t help but smile at when we saw that they were available on the new best streaming platform.
As children of the 2000s, this show was our holy grail. Miley Cyrus’s transformation into Hannah Montana and her celebrity lifestyle was the main gossip of our generation. This show followed the transformative years of our childhood and influenced our fashion statements (for better or worse, we’re not sure).
Hilary Duff recently announced that she and her fellow castmates are starting production for a reboot of the “Lizzie McGuire” show that will premiere on Disney+. We’re not sure when the release date is but we know that this is big. To prepare for the sequel, catch up on the original show so you’re up to date when it comes out!
Suite Life on Deck
Zack and Cody, Mr. Moseby, London Tipton and Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya de la Rosa Ramirez are all back together again? Before the days of “Riverdale” and “High School Musical,” we had this show. Its silly nature makes us remember what it was like to be a carefree kid again.
The Princess Diaries
This movie brings us all the way back. When asked what we wanted to be when we grew up, without a shred of doubt we always responded, “a princess.” This movie is the reason why. Anne Hathaway personified our hopes and dreams before we knew that royalty was not a college major.
Wizards of Waverly Place
This show was so important because it represented people of different cultures, which at the time, Disney was only starting to do. The Italian-Mexican family of wizards in the show covered important topics with excellent comedic timing. This show was a staple in our Sunday morning TV binges, and we can relive those moments again now in college.