List of programs broadcast by Disney Channel

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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.

Current programming[change | change source]

Original series[change | change source]

Live-action series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Bunk'd July 31, 2015 5
Raven's Home July 21, 2017 4
Sydney to the Max January 25, 2019 3
Just Roll with It June 14, 2019 2
Gabby Duran & the Unsittables October 11, 2019 2
Disney Fam Jam February 23, 2020 1
Secrets of Sulphur Springs January 15, 2021 1
Disney's Magic Bake-Off August 13, 2021 1

Animated series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Big City Greens June 18, 2018 3 [a]
The Owl House January 10, 2020 2
The Ghost and Molly McGee October 1, 2021 1 [1][2][3][4]

Short series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Source(s)
Disney 365 2006
Shook September 28, 2019
#WAITT March 27, 2020
Zombies: Addison's Monster Mystery October 1, 2021

Acquired series[change | change source]

Live-action series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Almost Never September 4, 2021 1 [5]
The Worst Witch October 4, 2021 1 [6]

Animated series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
PJ Masks September 18, 2015 5 [b][c][source?]
Hotel Transylvania: The Series June 25, 2017 2 [b]
Gigantosaurus January 18, 2019 2 [b][c]
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir April 8, 2019 4 [b]
Bluey September 9, 2019 2 [c]
Pikwik Pack November 9, 2020 1 [c]
Dino Ranch January 18, 2021 1 [c]

Repeats of ended series[change | change source]

A list of programs currently broadcast in reruns.

Live-action series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Jessie September 30, 2011 October 16, 2015 2015–present
Austin & Ally December 2, 2011 January 10, 2016 2016–18; 2020–present
Liv and Maddie July 19, 2013 March 24, 2017 2017–present
Bizaardvark June 24, 2016 April 13, 2019 2019; 2020; 2021–present

Short series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Mickey Mouse June 28, 2013 July 20, 2019 2019–present

Disney Junior series[change | change source]

A list of programs currently broadcast on the Disney Junior programming block of Disney Channel.

Title Premiere date Current season Note(s)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse May 5, 2006 Reruns
Sofia the First January 11, 2013 Reruns
Mickey and the Roadster Racers/Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures January 15, 2017 3
Puppy Dog Pals April 14, 2017 3
Vampirina October 1, 2017 2
Muppet Babies March 23, 2018 2
Fancy Nancy July 13, 2018 2
T.O.T.S. June 14, 2019 1
The Rocketeer November 8, 2019 1
Mira, Royal Detective March 20, 2020 1
The Chicken Squad May 14, 2021 1
Spidey and His Amazing Friends August 6, 2021 1
Mickey Mouse Funhouse August 20, 2021 1
Alice's Wonderland Bakery Febuary 9, 2022 1 [7]

Future programming[change | change source]

Original programming[change | change source]

Live-action series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Source(s)
Meet the Mayhems Mid-2022 [8][9]
Camp Newton 2022 [10]
Saturdays TBA [11]

Animated series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Source(s)
Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur 2022 [12][13]
Kiff 2023 [14]
Hailey's On It! 2023 [15]
Wall Of Opportunity 2023
Glitter Force 2023
Kingdom Gamers 2023
Primos 2023 [16]
CyberAdult Girls 2023

Disney Junior series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Note(s)
Eureka! 2022 [17]
Firebuds 2022 [17]
Kiya And The Kimoja Heroes 2023 [18]
Pupstruction 2023 [19]

Acquired programming[change | change source]

Animated series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Source(s)
The Unstoppable Yellow Yeti 2022 [20]
Vikingskool 2022 [20]
Droners 2022 [20]

Former programming[change | change source]

Original programming[change | change source]

Animated series[change | change source]

  • 1 Indicates program has been revived on Disney Plus.
  • 2 Indicates program was revived as a live-action film.
  • 3 Indicates program has also aired on Disney Junior.
  • 4 Indicates program has spawned several made-for-TV films released after end of series.
  • 5 Indicates program has also aired on Disney XD.
  • 6 Indicates series has plans to be continued after ending.
Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Mona the Vampire September 13, 1999 April 14, 2008 April 15, 2008 – July 1, 2010
The Proud Family September 15, 2001 August 19, 2005 August 20, 2005 – July 1, 2010; April 5, 2021 1
Kim Possible June 7, 2002 September 7, 2007 September 8, 2007 – July 1, 2010; 2013–15; 2017; 2019; April 26, 2021 2
Lilo & Stitch: The Series September 20, 2003 July 29, 2006 July 30, 2006 – July 2010; 2012[d]–15 3
Dave the Barbarian January 23, 2004 January 22, 2005 January 23, 2005 – December 28, 2009 ; 2013–17
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers August 21, 2004 August 25, 2006 August 26, 2006 – June 21, 2010
American Dragon: Jake Long January 21, 2005 September 1, 2007 September 2, 2007 – July 1, 2010; February 2015
The Buzz on Maggie June 17, 2005 May 27, 2006 May 28, 2006 – August 26, 2008
The Emperor's New School January 27, 2006 November 20, 2008 November 21, 2008 – July 1, 2010
The Replacements July 28, 2006 March 30, 2009 March 31, 2009 – July 1, 2010
Phineas and Ferb August 17, 2007 June 12, 2015 2015–17; 2018–19; 2020 4
Fish Hooks September 3, 2010 April 4, 2014 April 5, 2014 – June 2015 5
Gravity Falls June 15, 2012 February 15, 2016[e] 2016–17; 2018–19; 2020 6
Wander Over Yonder August 16, 2013 June 27, 2016[f] 2016–17 5
Star vs. the Forces of Evil January 18, 2015[g] May 19, 2019 N/A 5
Elena of Avalor July 22, 2016 August 23, 2020[h] 2020 3
Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure[i] March 24, 2017 March 1, 2020 N/A
DuckTales (2017) May 1, 2018[j] September 12, 2019 N/A 5
Big Hero 6: The Series June 9, 2018[k] February 16, 2020 N/A 5
Milo Murphy's Law September 8, 2018 May 18, 2019 N/A 5
Star Wars Resistance October 7, 2018 January 26, 2020 N/A

Sitcom/comedy-drama series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Still the Beaver 1984 1985 1985 [25]
Good Morning, Miss Bliss November 30, 1988 March 18, 1989 1989
Teen Angel April 24, 1989 May 22, 1989 1989; 1993; 2001
Teen Angel Returns October 2, 1989[26][27] October 22, 1989[26][27] 1989; 1994; 2002
Flash Forward December 14, 1995[28][29] 1997 1997–99
The Famous Jett Jackson October 25, 1998 June 22, 2001 June 23, 2001–June 2004
The Jersey January 30, 1999 March 23, 2004 March 24–June 2004
Even Stevens June 17, 2000 June 2, 2003 June 3, 2003 – 2006;[30][31] 2007; 2013–15; 2017
Lizzie McGuire January 12, 2001 February 14, 2004 February 15, 2004 – 2006;[30][31] 2009–10; 2013–17
That's So Raven January 17, 2003 November 10, 2007 November 11, 2007 – July 1, 2010; 2014–18 [32]
Phil of the Future June 18, 2004 August 19, 2006 August 20, 2006 – September 8, 2008; 2013–15; 2017
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody March 18, 2005 September 1, 2008 September 2, 2008 – 2011; 2013–15; 2017
Hannah Montana March 24, 2006 January 16, 2011 2011; 2014–17
Cory in the House January 12, 2007 September 12, 2008 September 13, 2008 – July 1, 2010; 2013–17
Wizards of Waverly Place October 12, 2007 January 6, 2012 January 7, 2012–17; 2020
The Suite Life on Deck September 26, 2008 May 6, 2011 May 7, 2011–17
Sonny with a Chance February 8, 2009 January 2, 2011 2011; 2013–15; 2017
Jonas May 2, 2009 October 3, 2010 October 4, 2010 – 2011; 2013–14; 2017
Good Luck Charlie April 4, 2010 February 16, 2014 2014–18; 2019; 2020
Shake It Up November 7, 2010 November 10, 2013 2013–15; 2017
A.N.T. Farm May 6, 2011 March 21, 2014 2014–15; 2017; 2019
Dog with a Blog October 12, 2012 September 25, 2015 2015–17
I Didn't Do It January 17, 2014 October 16, 2015 2015–17
Girl Meets World June 27, 2014 January 20, 2017 2017–18; 2020
K.C. Undercover January 18, 2015 February 2, 2018 2018; 2020
Best Friends Whenever June 26, 2015 December 11, 2016 2016–18
Stuck in the Middle February 14, 2016 July 23, 2018 2018–19; 2020
Mech-X4 November 11, 2016 December 5, 2016 2016–18 Moved to Disney XD full-time
Andi Mack April 7, 2017 July 26, 2019 July 27–December 2019
Coop & Cami Ask the World October 12, 2018 September 11, 2020 2020
Fast Layne February 15, 2019 March 31, 2019 2019

Disney Afternoon/other animated series[change | change source]

Title Preview date Date(s) reran Note(s)
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988 1988;[33] 1994[34]–2006 [l]
Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers March 4, 1989 1989;[35][36] October 2, 1995[37]–2000 [m]
TaleSpin September 7, 1990 September 8, 2007 – July 1, 2010; 2013–15; 2017; 2019; April 26, 2021
Darkwing Duck September 6, 1991 1991;[38][39] 1995[40]–96;[41][42] 1998–2000; 2004
Goof Troop September 5, 1992 1992;[43][44] 1996[42]–1999
Bonkers September 28, 1993 1993[45]
Aladdin February 6, 1994 1994;[46] 1997[47]–2000

Live-action preschool programming[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Welcome to Pooh Corner April 18, 1983[48] May 30, 1986 1986–97[49]
Dumbo's Circus May 6, 1985[50] 1989 1989–97[51]
Adventures in Wonderland March 23, 1992[52][53] 1995 1995–98[49]

Drama series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
The Secret of Lost Creek February 1, 1992 March 1, 1992 1992
So Weird January 18, 1999 September 28, 2001 2001–03
In a Heartbeat August 26, 2000 March 25, 2001 2001

Reality series[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
EPCOT Magazine 1983 1999 N/A
Disney Family Album June 1984 January 1986 1986–89
D-TV 1984 1989 1990–99
Walt Disney World Inside Out 1994 1996 N/A
Disney Channel in Concert[54] 1997 2001 2001–02
2 Hour Tour[55] 1998 2000 2000
Bug Juice February 28, 1998 October 15, 2001 2001; 2004
Totally Circus June 16, 2000 September 24, 2000 2000
Totally Hoops January 7, 2001 April 15, 2001 2001
Totally in Tune June 23, 2002 August 18, 2002 2002; 2006
PrankStars July 15, 2011 December 16, 2011 2011
Code: 9 July 26, 2012 September 28, 2012 2012; 2016
Walk the Prank April 1, 2016 November 10, 2016 2016–18 Moved to Disney XD full-time
Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp July 16, 2018 August 9, 2018 2018

Game shows[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Contraption April 18, 1983 October 25, 1989 N/A
Mad Libs February 1997 1999 1999–2000
Off the Wall 1998 1999 1999–2000
Win, Lose or Draw January 17, 2014 May 21, 2014 2014

Variety programs[change | change source]

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
You and Me Kid April 18, 1983[56] 1986 1986–91[57]
Mousercise April 18, 1983[58] 1996[59][60] N/A
Videopolis 1987 1989 N/A
The All-New Mickey Mouse Club 1989 1995 1995–96; 1997–2002
Audubon's Animal Adventures September 8, 1996 1997 N/A
Really Wild Animals January 5, 1997 1997 N/A
Omba Mokomba 1997 1998 N/A
Going Wild with Jeff Corwin 1997 1999 N/A
So Random! June 5, 2011 March 25, 2012 2012; 2017; 2019

Mini-series and specials[change | change source]

Title Date(s) aired Note(s)
The Disney Channel Salutes The American Teacher 1983–97
Samantha Smith Goes to Washington: Campaign '84 1984
Videopolis: Startracks 1987–90
Disney's Young Musicians 1992–98
The Century That Made America Great 1995
Disney Channel Games 2006–08
Pass the Plate 2007–14
Studio DC: Almost Live 2008
Disney's Friends for Change Games 2011
Make Your Mark Ultimate Dance-Off, Shake It Up Edition / Make Your Mark, Shake It Up Dance-Off 2011–12
SNAP! 2012
Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion 2014

Short series[change | change source]

Title Date(s) aired Note(s)
A Disney Moment 1984–95
Music Break 1991–97
Discover Magazine 1992–96
Ovation 1992–96
Making Their Mark 1993–97
Inside Out Spotlite 1994–96
Joke Time 1996–2002 [l]
Behind the Ears 1997–2000 [l]
Movie Surfers June 1997–2018
The Mix-ups 1998
Feet Beat 1998–2002 [l]
Pet Spot 1998–2001 [l]
Project Time 1998
Imagineer That! 1999–2002; 2004–07
Express Yourself 2001–10
Cool Pets 2002–05
Mike's Super Short Show 2002–07 [l]
Show Your Stuff 2003–06
Disney 411 2004–06
This Is Daniel Cook 2004–07
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2006–07
Minuscule 2007–08
Disney's Really Short Report 2007–09
As the Bell Rings 2007–09
Disney Channel's 3 Minute Game Show 2007–10
Brian O'Brian 2008–09
Get Connected 2008–11
What a Life International! 2009–10
Leo Little's Big Show 2009–11
TTI: The Time I... 2009–11
Take Two with Phineas and Ferb 2010–11
The Coppertop Flop Show 2013–14
Dogs Rule! Cats... Not So Much 2014–16
Descendants: Wicked World 2015–17
Marvel Rising: Initiation 2018

Notes[change | change source]

  1. This show was scheduled to premiere on Disney XD, but was moved to Disney Channel.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Co-production.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 This series airs and/or has aired as part of Disney Junior, but is not an original series.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. The show ended on June 27, 2016, but moved to Disney XD for the remainder of its run on March 31, 2014.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Originally titled Tangled: The Series until June 24, 2018, although until January 21, 2021,[24] it was still labeled under that original name on Disney+
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 Also aired as part of the Playhouse Disney block.
  13. Also aired as part of the Playhouse Disney block.

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  54. 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).
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