This is a list of television programs currently broadcast (in first-run or reruns), scheduled to be broadcast or formerly broadcast on Disney Channel, owned by The Walt Disney Company. The channel was launched on April 18, 1983. It airs animated and live-action programming, ranging from action to drama to comedy.
↑ 3.03.13.23.33.4This series airs and/or has aired as part of Disney Junior, but is not an original series.
↑The show also aired as part of the Disney Junior block from 2012–13, and while it is an original series, it's just not a Disney Junior original.
↑The show ended on February 15, 2016, but moved to Disney XD for the remainder of its run on August 4, 2014, though re-runs of the show continued to air on Disney Channel during the time that the show premiered new episodes on Disney XD.
↑The show ended on June 27, 2016, but moved to Disney XD for the remainder of its run on March 31, 2014.
↑This show was originally greenlit for Disney Channel in 2013, and premiered there as a preview on January 18, 2015, before moving its premieres to Disney XD starting on March 30, 2015, with Disney Channel continuing to air re-runs. The series moved back to Disney Channel on January 6, 2019, with Disney XD continuing to air re-runs during the time that new episodes premiered on Disney Channel.
↑The show did officially end on August 23, 2020 on Disney Junior, but new episodes aired on Disney Junior starting July 14, 2018, while Disney Channel aired reruns. But from late-2019 to early-2020 the show was pulled from Disney Channel’s preschool schedule and Disney Junior barely aired reruns on its channel.
↑Originally titled Tangled: The Series until June 24, 2018, although until January 21, 2021, it was still labeled under that original name on Disney+
↑The show originally premiered on Disney XD on August 12, 2017, with re-runs airing on Disney Channel during that time, but new episodes of the series moved to Disney Channel on May 1, 2018 while Disney XD airs reruns.
↑This show premiered simultaneously on Disney Channel and Disney XD on November 20, 2017. It was scheduled to have regular premieres on Disney XD, but was moved to Disney Channel after the premiere of the first episode, but was again later moved to Disney XD for the remainder of its run on January 4, 2020.
↑The Disney Channel Magazine, Vol. 12, no. 6, October/November 1994: pp. 36, 48.
↑Disney A to Z : The updated official Encyclopedia, Dave Smith p 101
↑Grant, John (April 29, 1998) . "Part II: The Television Series". Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters: From Mickey Mouse to Hercules (3rd ed.). New York, New York: Hyperion. ISBN978-0-7868-6336-5. OCLC37432909.
↑"Block Party: Four Disney Animated Series". The Disney Channel Magazine. 13 (5): 36. October–November 1995.
↑The Disney Channel Magazine, Vol. 10, no. 2, March/April 1992: pp. 22, 28, 30.
↑Disney Channel's critically acclaimed "In Concert" series features a variety of recording artists from all genres of music, from rap, country and pop to classical and blues. Disney Channel's "In Concert" series offers viewers a new perspective on up-and-coming artists, and spotlights their lives on- and off-stage. Each show features a specially taped live concert; documentary footage showing the artist pursuing personal and professional passions; and interviews with mentors, friends and family. Most recently, Disney Channel taped an "In Concert" special with international pop sensations B-Witched and Five. The four ladies of B-Witched and the five heartthrobs of Five will star in their first television special, premiering March 27, 1999, 7 p.m. ET/PT. Previously, Disney Channel teamed Shawn Colvin, Tatyana Ali and 'N Sync for "Holidays in Concert." Hosted by Shawn Colvin, "Holidays in Concert" featured a specially taped concert performance of favorite holiday music from Epcot at The Walt Disney World Resort, along with stories of family traditions and holiday memories shared by each artist. Past Disney Channel "In Concert" specials include "LeAnn Rimes in Concert," "Ray J in Concert with Brandy," "Jonny Lang in Concert" and "Cleopatra in Concert." "'N Sync in Concert" was credited by RCA Records, 'N Sync's label, with significantly boosting sales of the group's self-titled album (Billboard 8/15/98).