This list contains only TV series on the Disney Channel network, even cancelled Disney Channel shows.Seven top Australian teenager surfers are selected to live in a training facility attached to a high school.The best Disney Channel TV programs of all time include the most viewed shows on the Disney Channel, as this list covers the entire history of the network.
Normally, the writers figure out what the relationship between two people should be in a series, then they take the stock derivatives and toss in cues to clue the viewer into how things are between those two people.
When this trope crops up, however, it's usually the result of a writer breaking from the established relationship types and attempting to forge unusual bonds.
Regardless of how it happened, they managed to pull off a Relationship Writing Fumble and now the writers are stuck dealing with the consequences.
In minor cases, it will just be popular Fanon, but sometimes you'll have entire fanbases assuming that's what the writer "really" intended.
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Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Shia La Beouf, and many other got their start on the Disney Channel.They're all from LA but not all of them are friends.Their plane lands on some island in the South Pacific.This trope isn't about writers fumbling the treatment of some relationship they to put in canon—making it more sympathetic or less sympathetic than they intended (in nine times out of ten, the trope you get in that case is Fan-Preferred Couple).This is about a writer fumbling their treatment of something that wasn't supposed to be a relationship at all, so fans look at it and go "huh, seems like there's something there." Perhaps they accidentally made the protagonist and antagonist a bit too chummy, or put too much Belligerent Sexual Tension into Sibling Rivalry, or even slipped off the tightrope of Heterosexual Life-Partners.See also: Ho Yay, Foe Yay, No Yay, Incest Subtext, Hide Your Gays, and The Not-Love Interest.