Today marks the fifteenth anniversary of the premiere of Kim Possible. The series follows the adventures of the titular teenager who fights crime while dealing with high school life. The series was produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. The show was a hit with fans and critics, lasting eighty-seven episodes across four seasons. It was nominated for eight Emmy Awards and won once for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation. It is considered one of Disney Channel's best series.
The series featured the acting talents of Will Friedle as Ron Stoppable, John DiMaggio as Dr. Drakken, Raven-Symone as Monique, Rob Paulsen as Francois, Tara Strong as Tara, Grey Griffin as Hana, Tom Kane as Lord Monkey Fist, Jeff Bennett as 'Ghost Car' Narrator, Patton Oswalt as Professor Dementor, Corey Burton and Officer Hobble, Frank Welker as Monkey Ninjas, Kath Soucie as a co-pilot, Kevin Michael Richardson as Slim Possible, Maurice LaMarche as Professor Acari, Phil Morris as Falsetto Jones, Phil LaMarr as Vinnie, George Takei as a sensei, Tom Kenny as a career week guy, Earl Boen as Señor Senior Sr., Jonathan Kimble Simmons as Martin Smarty, Diedrich Bader as Becker, James Arnold Taylor as Bungee host, Jess Harnell as the mayor, Ron Perlman as Warhawk, Gwendoline Yeo as Hoodie, Nika Futterman as Zita Flores, Clancy Brown as Commander Kane, Dante Basco as Fukushima, Brad Garrett as Big Mike, John C. McGinley as Rudolph Farnsworth, Adam West as Fearless Ferret, Bill Fagerbakke as Myron, Kari Wahlgren as Electronique, Jennifer Hale as Action Hero, Wendie Malick as Elsa Cleeg, Amy Hill as Wanda Wong, as well as Dee Bradley Baker and Cree Summer doing additional voices. Nicole Dubuc and Greg Weisman wrote for the series.