The 65th Episode Rule was a controversial rule that applied to all Disney television shows, particularly during the later half of the 1990s and the early half of the 2000s, stating that no show can go beyond 65 episodes (2 or 3 seasons). This rule angered many Disney Channel fans, due to the fact that many shows had been canceled while they still had a large fanbase (such as Lizzie McGuire and Even Stevens). After initially ending after 65 episodes on February 22, 2005, Kim Possible was renewed for a fourth season on November 29, 2005, making the show the last to be subject to this rule. No other show on the network has been canceled due to this rule

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