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In this comedy series, a middle schooler lives with her single dad and her progressive grandmother. That sets up lost of inter-generational hilarity, as the adults try to impart their wisdom to the girl. Ruth Righi, Ava Kolker, Jackson Dollinger, Christian J. Simon, Ian Reed Kesler, and Caroline Rhea star.

Sydney to the Max is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (42 episodes). The series first aired on January 25, 2019.

Sydney to the Max is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sydney to the Max on demand atDisney+, Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, DisneyNOW online.

Friday at 8:30 PM on Disney Channel (US)
2 Seasons, 42 Episodes
January 25, 2019
Comedy, Kids & Family
Cast: Ruth Righi, Ava Kolker, Jackson Dollinger, Christian J. Simon, Ian Reed Kesler
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Sydney to the Max Full Episode Guide

  • Sydney wants to have mature party for her 13th birthday.

  • Grandma Judy gets to meet rock star, Davey Rogers!

  • Syd's childhood best friend is moving back to town.

  • Sydney learns that sibling dynamics are more complicated than she thought.

  • Olive, Syd, Emmy, and Sophia are excited that their design for the float that honors brave women is chosen for the Portland parade.

  • Grandma Judy offers to send Sydney to music camp.

  • Sydney hosts a slumber party with all of her friends.

  • Max rents a cabin for the kids on the 4th of July.

  • Sydney feels torn between spending time with her friends and her fencing teammates.

  • Sydney enters a songwriting contest and is named one of the three finalists who get to perform their song for pop star Ricky Angelo! The only catch, the producers want to make drastic changes to her song.

  • Sydney gets her first period, and when she has an accident at school, she's too upset and wants to sit out her bass solo at the school concert.

  • Sydney plans a protest with her friends to urge the cafeteria to go green; In the '90s, Leo and Max do everything to stop their school from getting rid of the junk food from the vending machines.

  • Sydney gets grounded before the Pop-Up cake museum after missing several curfews.

  • The girls make a pact to go to the seventh grade dance without dates Sydney then finds herself in a pickle when Ned surprises her and asks her to the dance.

  • Syd joins the first girls fencing team at her school, but she discovers that it is more than what she bargained for.

  • The memory of her late mother and some long-forgotten advice helps Sydney rediscover her love of Christmas again, a holiday she has avoided ever since her mother passed away.

  • Sydney is sure that her dad will vote against a school policy banning cell phones.

  • Inspired by her mom, Sydney tries to start a dance team with Olive. Meanwhile, Young Max and Young Leo start a skate club.

  • Sydney spends too much time with Grandma Maya that Granda Judy feels left out.

  • Sydney hides herself in her room and ends up watching some old tapes of Max.

  • Sydney gets her ears pierced during her outing with Mrs. Harris.

  • Syd is worried about hurting her father's feelings if she refuses the father-daughter dance; Max is upset about his father's absence from the event.

  • When Max realizes he needs an extra hand at the bike shop smoothie station, Sydney and Olive convince him to hire their crush, Zach.

  • Sydney surprises Max for his birthday by inviting adult Leo to visit from San Francisco; young Leo is worried that his parents will send him to a different school.

  • Sydney and Olive decide to help Max at the bike shop's biggest sale of the year; when Leo's dad hires a girl to work at the arcade, Max and Leo compete to see who can impress her the most.

  • Believing that her father is lonely, Sydney encourages him to start dating again; after young Max breaks his skateboard, Mom makes him earn money to buy a replacement.

  • Judy enlists Grandma Judy to help her redesign the basement into their very own "girl cave." Max starts to feel left out when Sydney cancels their plans together to throw a '50s-themed party with her friends to celebrate her new space.

  • Sydney organizes a school protest for clubs to be more inclusive of women. Young Max befriends a skater girl but is conflicted because the Dog Boys don't allow girls in their crew.

  • Sydney is baffled when she can't seem to get an A in her poetry class, while Young Max easily gets an A.

  • Sydney and Olive are excited for their weeklong sleepover; young Max and Leo get into a fight about Max constantly forgetting his job responsibilities at the arcade.

  • Sydney is invited to a pool party, but is self-conscious about how to deal with her leg hair; young Max is eager to start shaving to prove his manhood.

  • Sydney and Olive struggle with their babysitting business when the little kid they're hired to watch happens to be the brother of one of the most popular kids in their class.

  • Max tracks Sydney's phone after he suspects she snuck out to a concert with Olive against his wishes. His parenting dilemma reminds him of his childhood when his mom paged him on his beeper incessantly to track his whereabouts.

  • Sydney wants to adopt a dog, but Max doesn't think she's ready for that responsibility. A flashback to young Max reveals he also wanted a dog, but his mom gave him a pet turtle instead.

  • Sydney wants to radically change up her hairstyle for the first day of 7th grade. Her dad Max is resistant, but with Olive's help, Sydney takes matters into her own hands.