Although all the characters didn't return for the spin-off, a handful of the main stars came back for , which premiered on Disney Channel on March 25, 2011.
Shortly after, the 40-minute finale episode, titled "Graduation on Deck," aired on May 6, 2011.
Although the show ended after three season, Dylan and Cole were really pushing for a fourth.
The twins went to Disney and pitched the network an idea for Season 4 – but they got turned down.
was a hit, running for three seasons and 87 episodes.
The show first premiered on March 18, 2005 and aired its very last episode on September 1, 2008.
Even though Cole is one of the hottest young stars around right now, we can’t help but remember him as an awkward, bowl-cut having Disney star.
Zack and Cody would treat the little boy like a son, getting him into the hotel mischief they'd get into back in the day. According to Dylan, Disney came back with a pitch for a very similar idea – except it took place in Miami and also starred Selena.
Once that season wrapped, the boys could have walked away with some producer experience and the new little actor would be all set up for his own Disney Channel show. The Sprouse twins turned it down, and never returned to Disney Channel again.
Plus, there are times on the Disney Channel app when throwback shows are available to watch, so it's always good to keep an eye on there too.
Best known for starring in the Disney Channel sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody alongside his twin brother Dylan Sprouse.