Kim Possible

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  • TV-G
  • 2002
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.2  (24,561)

The animated television series Kim Possible follows the adventures of a teenage heroine as she balances her life as a global crime fighter with her school and family life. Christy Carlson Romano voices the series' star, Kim Possible, who battles powerful villains alongside her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable, voiced by Will Friedle. Kim Possible was created by Robert Schooley and Mark McCorkle. The pilot episode premiered in the U.S. on Disney Channel in 2002, and was nominated for an Emmy award one year later. The show maintained high ratings over the course of four seasons and two made-for-TV movies, making it one of the most popular and longest running series on Disney Channel. In the series, Kim Possible travels around the world with Ron Stoppable and his naked mole rat, Rufus, as they work to thwart the evil plots of Doctor Drakken and several other recurring villains. In between battling her foes and spending time with her friends, Kim attends Middleton High School, where she is head cheerleader and a straight-A student dealing with typical teenage challenges. Kim Possible is brave, athletic and highly intelligent. She lives with her parents and younger twin brothers in the town of Middleton. Kim's best friend and next-door neighbor, Ron Stoppable, is awkward and unpopular, but manages to help her on all of her missions, and eventually saves the world himself. He and Kim met when they were young children and grew to become best friends. In the final season of the series, their relationship evolves into a romantic one. Kim Possible was well received by critics, and nominated for several Emmy awards during its five-year, 87-episode run. In 2005, it won an Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation. Although it was originally intended to be a children's series, Kim Possible also garnered many teenage and adult fans over the years. The series ran from 2002-2007. A production of Walt Disney Television Animation. In the U.S. the series was shown on Disney Channel, Toon Disney and ABC. Each episode lasted 22 minutes and fit into a half hour time slot. The series was distributed abroad by Walt Disney Television Animation.

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Seasons
Larry's Birthday
24. Larry's Birthday
September 1, 2007
Kim plans on throwing her cousin Larry a surprise birthday party, but she has to keep him busy until the party is ready. Meanwhile, Dementor enlists the help of his brother-in-law to steal Kim's battlesuit.
Graduation, Pt. 2
23. Graduation, Pt. 2
October 3, 2007
With Kim gone, it's up to Ron has to find the inner strength to save his girlfriend (and, oh yeah, the World.)
Graduation, Pt. 1
22. Graduation, Pt. 1
October 2, 2007
It's graduation day, and Ron is having some trepedation about leaving high school (and possibly leaving Kim.) Kim tries to asuage his fears, but it she's got some of her own! Things go from bad to worse when Kim and Drakken are kidnapped by an alien race with a grudge.
Nursery Crimes / Chasing Rufus
21. Nursery Crimes / Chasing Rufus
August 12, 2007
Rufus gets separated from Ron while they are on a mission in Greece and is pursued by Camille's amorous cat; Kim and Ron investigate a nanny academy that is creating an army of super babies.
Homecoming Upset
20. Homecoming Upset
August 11, 2007
Kim gets jealous when Ron and Bonnie are named homecoming king and queen.
Clean Slate
19. Clean Slate
July 28, 2007
Kim loses her memory when an attempt to save a memory-recovery machine goes awry.
Oh No! Yono!
18. Oh No! Yono!
July 1, 2007
Ron helps his younger sister Hana battle Monkey Fist.
The Mentor of Our Discontent
17. The Mentor of Our Discontent
June 23, 2007
Ron's boss asks him to watch his son; Frugal Lucre is released from prison and joins Drakken.
Mathter and Fervent
16. Mathter and Fervent
June 17, 2007
Ron is divided in two---a positive Ron and a negative Ron---when Mathter strikes him with his calculaser.
Cap'n Drakken
15. Cap'n Drakken
May 19, 2007
Kim and Ron go on a senior-class trip to a historic seaport where Drakken opens a treasure chest and becomes possessed by a pirate's spirit.
Mathter and Fervent
14. Mathter and Fervent
June 10, 2007
When Ron is assigned to write about his hero for English class and is told he can't write about Kim, he's at a loss! However, when he and Kim go up against the Mathter who uses his Calculaser to divide Ron in two, a positive Ron and an negative "anti" Ron. Now it's all up to Ron's dad to save the day with his math skills and show ron that he has a hero close to home.
Stop Team Go
13. Stop Team Go
May 14, 2007
Kim and Ron go on a senior-class trip to a historic seaport where Drakken opens a treasure chest and becomes possessed by a pirate's spirit.
Odds Man In
12. Odds Man In
April 28, 2007
Ron becomes convinced that he's liability to Kim after he makes some crime-fighting calculations; Drakken employs a corporate consultant.
Fashion Victim
11. Fashion Victim
April 14, 2007
Kim starts work at Club Banana, but she soon gets fired when shape-shifting Camille poses as Kim to steal the company's top designs.
Fashion Victim
10. Fashion Victim
April 6, 2007
Monique has been helping Kim learn the ropes at Club Banana and is promoted to Asst Manager where she gets to see the top secret designs. When the shape changing Camille Leon poses as Kim to steal the designs, she gets Kim and Monique fired! To regain her job and bust Camille Monique wants to come along on the mission, whether Kim wants her there or not!
Big Bother
9. Big Bother
May 31, 2007
Ron adjusts to his new baby sister, Han Stoppable, while helping Kim and Yori battle Monkey Fist.
Clothes Minded
8. Clothes Minded
March 17, 2007
Kim desperately searches for a new mission suit to wear while fighting crime after her original look is discontinued at Club Banana.
Grande Size Me
7. Grande Size Me
March 3, 2007
Ron gains a dangerous amount of weight by eating unhealthy meals when he tries to prove the food pyramid is a conspiracy. He also is transformed into a giant after he falls into a vat of serum during an investigation.
Mad Dogs and Aliens
6. Mad Dogs and Aliens
February 24, 2007
Jim and Tim take over mascot duties at the school, much to Ron's dismay; Drakken breaks out of prison with the help of an alien.
Car Alarm
5. Car Alarm
February 17, 2007
Kim's dad gives her an old car and the Tweebs trick it out; Motor Ed and Shego steal an experimental rocket.
The Cupid Effect
4. The Cupid Effect
February 10, 2007
Ron gives tips to Wade on how to woo Monique, but when they fail, Wade creates a Cupid ray to make Monique swoon. Unfortunately, the device falls into the hands of Se├▒or Senior Sr.
Trading Faces
3. Trading Faces
February 10, 2007
Kim and her brothers team up to catch Camille Leon.
The Big Job
2. The Big Job
February 10, 2007
Ron needs a job, bad, and Junior is in need of help for his dads birthday.
Ill-Suited
1. Ill-Suited
February 10, 2007
Ron decides to steal Kim's supersuit for a football game coming up, and Professor Dementor steals the technology of Kim's battlesuit, after getting jealous.
Description

The animated television series Kim Possible follows the adventures of a teenage heroine as she balances her life as a global crime fighter with her school and family life. Christy Carlson Romano voices the series' star, Kim Possible, who battles powerful villains alongside her best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable, voiced by Will Friedle.

Kim Possible was created by Robert Schooley and Mark McCorkle. The pilot episode premiered in the U.S. on Disney Channel in 2002, and was nominated for an Emmy award one year later. The show maintained high ratings over the course of four seasons and two made-for-TV movies, making it one of the most popular and longest running series on Disney Channel.

In the series, Kim Possible travels around the world with Ron Stoppable and his naked mole rat, Rufus, as they work to thwart the evil plots of Doctor Drakken and several other recurring villains. In between battling her foes and spending time with her friends, Kim attends Middleton High School, where she is head cheerleader and a straight-A student dealing with typical teenage challenges.

Kim Possible is brave, athletic and highly intelligent. She lives with her parents and younger twin brothers in the town of Middleton. Kim's best friend and next-door neighbor, Ron Stoppable, is awkward and unpopular, but manages to help her on all of her missions, and eventually saves the world himself. He and Kim met when they were young children and grew to become best friends. In the final season of the series, their relationship evolves into a romantic one.

Kim Possible was well received by critics, and nominated for several Emmy awards during its five-year, 87-episode run. In 2005, it won an Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation. Although it was originally intended to be a children's series, Kim Possible also garnered many teenage and adult fans over the years. The series ran from 2002-2007.

A production of Walt Disney Television Animation. In the U.S. the series was shown on Disney Channel, Toon Disney and ABC. Each episode lasted 22 minutes and fit into a half hour time slot. The series was distributed abroad by Walt Disney Television Animation.

Kim Possible is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (94 episodes). The series first aired on June 7, 2002.

Where to Watch Kim Possible

Kim Possible is available for streaming on the Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Kim Possible on demand at Disney+, Amazon, DisneyNOW and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 7, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (24,561)