‘That’s So Throwback’ On Freeform: 'Lizzie McGuire', 'Hannah Montana', 'That's So Raven' To Return On TV

By Alexie Summer, Parent Herald May 04, 02:13 am
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This is just the perfect fix for childhood nostalgia, especially those kids who were born and grew up in the 90s. Their favorite Disney Channel Original Series "Lizzie McGuire," "Hannah Montana" and "That's So Raven" will return to TV this coming month on Freeform. This is also great opportunity to introduce some wholesome yet entertainingg shows to your children too!

The Comeback Of Teen Queens On Freeform

Good news for everyone who went crazy over Disney Channel's original seriess from the 2000 era! Freeform is planning on a special throwback programming block that will take you back to this extraordinary time in the early 2000s.

Entertainment Weekly reported that Freeform's "That's So Throwback" will air every Monday through Thursday from midnight to 2 a.m. ET for the whole month of May. Among the three shows, a lot more Disney favorites will be making a return as well.

"Lizzie McGuire" (starring Hilary Duff) will kick off the two-hour block, followed by "That's So Raven" (starring Raven-Symone), "Hannah Montana" (starring Miley Cyrus) and "Kim Possible." The throwback from the past doesn't just end there, though.

Once a week on Fridays, Freeform will feature some of the most beloved original movies as well. These include "Twitches" starring Tia and Tamera Mowry, "Get A Clue" starring Lindsay Lohan, "Stuck in the Suburbs" and "Smart House", E! News added.

Schedule Of TV Reruns

"Lizzie McGuire" will show on May 2 with the adventures of 13-year old Lizzie and her squad. It will be followed by "That's So Raven" with Raven and her visions of the future before moving on to "Hannah Montana" with Miley's dual life.

Meanwhile, "Twitches" will air on May 6 while "Get a Clue" is set for May 13. "Stuck in the Suburbs" is scheduled for May 20, while "Smart House" comes to the television screen on May 27.

However, these awesome throwbacks to your awkward teen years will only be available in the United States, Cosmopolitan UK reported. Hopefully, this will become such a huge hit that other countries can will follow suit.

Do you like these Disney series when you were young? Let us know in your comments below. Just a little throwback for you, check out the video below:

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