Disney Plus is tightly associated with the Mandalorian TV series, but what if I told you that there are more worthy shows to go and check out?

Jennifer Bisset has prepared a list of quality Disney Plus TV shows for CNET and we want to share it with you. In the rundown, you’ll find some classics like Lizzie McGuire, Marvel’s Agent Carter, and Agents of  S.H.I.E.L.D.

Agent Carter

It’s got only two seasons and that fact makes this TV show more likely that you’ll watch. Agent Carter, or should I say Peggy Carter, is the ex-love of Steve Rogers. After he shares his life with eternity at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger, the TV series changed focus on Peggy’s life, and how she was able to survive in the criminal New York of the 1940s. Of course, her adventures circulate around the genius scientist Howard Stark and his right-hand man, Jarvis. The show emits the superhero atmosphere and should be on your checklist.

Smart Guy 

Warning: This TV series causes a deep but sweet sense of nostalgia. Smart Guy is an American sitcom from the late ‘90s which centered on the character Tahj Mowry who plays a wunderkind kid. The show obtains energy from the iconic humor based on situations where the little kid leapfrogs several grades and appears at the same level with his elder siblings. 

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Runaways

Runaways is a superhero TV series based on the Marvel comics of the same name. The protagonists are rebellious children with super powers who are fighting against their deadliest enemies – their parents who have arranged an organisation called Pride. The show doesn’t raise parent-kid issues, well… not in full. However, this doesn’t cross the nice narrative and superhero adventures, and if you like Marvel, you’ll be satisfied. 

Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World is an American television sitcom that had the idea of distributing not only entertainment, but also a sense of life lessons.The story depicts the evolution of the person in mental and physical ways. This show is also a nice life teacher because the characters make very close to real-life mistakes, so the viewer can pick up the core message from them. 

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Mandalorian

For those who forgot what this show is about, I’ll refresh your memory. The action in the show happens a long time before Luke Skywalker figured out that Darth Vader is his father. The show is about a Mandalorian who is supposed to be obsessed with guns and a little sadistic creature – baby Yoda. For polished episodic storytelling in the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian is bang on. 

Lizzie McGuire

The Disney Channel should be associated with this iconic teenage show where Lizzie McGuire is the main character. She has typical teenage adventures with her friends Miranda and Gordo and also with her inner cartoon herself. This TV show has the classical humor where a girl with simple teenage troubles tries to solve them. 

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is an American TV series originally created for ABC and tells the story of the organisation we are used to ignoring. S.H.I.E.L.D. is the organisation that works under the cover of shade… made by superheroes’ capes. You’ll know more of how things came about with Hydra and Kree after watching. 

Even Stevens

You have a chance to spectate where the artistic career of Shia Labeouf began. There’ll be no motivating motto in Even Stevens but you will see a funny LaBeouf with his essential talent.

Cosmos: A Space Odyssey 

Yes, with Disney Plus you can take a look at the documentary series from National Geographic about space called Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a follow-up to Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Neil deGrasse Tyson is the astrophysicist who stands behind the documentary series. The show is enchanting and it’s got qualitative storytelling mixed with science terms and depicts triumphs and mistakes in science; this is another achievement to take in.

So Weird

This show has a vivid similarity to The X-Files but for the Disney Channel. If you like some strange paranormal things you should definitely check this out. So Weird has got a dark tone in moderation and tells us the story about a teenager, Fiona, and her mother who are on tour and some strange things happen on the way. 

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