Where to watch Kim Possible series (2002) online in Australia

Kim Possible is a fun cartoon filled with positive messages.



4 seasons


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Kim Possible (2002)


Kim Possible (2002)

Year released



Animation, action, adventure


A high school cheerleader and her accident-prone best friend balance their duties as global crime-fighters with the typical challenges of adolescence.


  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4

Cast and crew

  • Christy Carlson Romano
  • Will Friedle
  • Nancy Cartwright

This charming animated series is all about the titular character, a teenage girl tasked with fighting crime on a regular basis with a little help from her best friend/sidekick. At the same time, Kim has to deal with typical high school issues, which make her more relatable in the eyes of the audience.

Witty and action-packed, the show boasts an infectious sense of humour, which is always a plus. All in all, Kim Possible offers a positive role model for young kids to look up to. Girl power for the win.



4 seasons


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