I'm sure many of us 90s kids in particular remember
some of the classics from the early 2000s. They may
not be as old as 70s, 80s, or 90s stuff but compared
to today's stuff they were gold. The early 2000s in
particular were the golden age for Disney Channel.
Programs such as That's So Raven about a girl who
could see the future, Phil of the Future, a boy who
came from the future, and shows about general
teenage life like Even Stevens and Lizzie Mcguire,
and Sister,Sister abounded. Compared to today's
Disney programming such as Hannah Montana, Wizards
of Waverly Place, Sonny with a Chance, Good Luck
Charlie,etc., these shows are pure gold and true
classics and the people on the shows actually had
talent and not just "omg she/he's so hot" appeal.Disney also had some good animated shows from this age such as Dave the Barbarian,Kim Possible, The Proud Family, Brace Face, Little Mermaid the series, Teacher's Pet, and Stanley.

Nick had some nice programming as well such as Danny
Phantom, My Dad the Rockstar,Catscratch,Drake and
Josh, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. There were nice
shows on Nicktoons channel as well such as Chalkzone,Invader Zim,As Told by Ginger,Cornelle and
Bernie,and My Life As A Teenage Robot.

PBS Kids had some nice shows that aired in the 2000s
such as Between the Lions,Berenstein Bears,and
Sagwa.There are also some stations that offered only
1 good 2000s program, such as Still Standing on ABC
family.

Cartoon Network also had a golden age with shows
such as Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy,Foster's
Home of Imaginary Friends,and Krpyto the Superdog.


Animal Planet had a golden age in the early 2000s as
well with shows such as The Jeff Corwin Experience,
Meerkat Manor,The Most Extreme, and The Pet
Psychic.


The early 2000s seemed to have programming almost as good as the mid to late 90s programming and many of these forgotten programs deserve to be called "retro" or "classics" within themselves.