Disney Channel (Asia)

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This article is about Disney Channel in Southeast Asia. For Disney Channel in the United States, see Disney Channel. For other international channels, see Disney Channels Worldwide.
Disney Channel
Launched September 1, 1996
Owned by Disney Channels Worldwide
(Disney–ABC Television Group)
Picture format 480i, 576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Language English
Vietnamese (subtitles)
Broadcast area Southeast Asia
Headquarters Singapore
Formerly called The Disney Channel (1996-1997)
Sister channel(s) Disney Junior
Disney XD
Website Official website
Channel 105 (SD)
Channel 615 (SD)
Cignal Digital TV
Channel 32 (SD)
Channel 45 (HD)
Channel 129 (SD)
Aora TV
Channel 110 (SD)
Channel 447/91 (SD)
Channel 615 (SD)
(Papua New Guinea)
Channel 33 (SD)
StarHub TV
Channel 312 (SD)
Channel 47 (Digital; SD)
Destiny Cable
Channel 50 (Analog; SD)
Channel 47 (Digital; SD)
Channel 25 (SD)
Mountain View Satellite Corporation
Channel 36 (SD)
MultiNetwork Cable Television
Channel 24 (SD)
Parasat Cable TV
Channel 52 (SD)
Bohol Community Cable TV
Channel 40 (SD)
NVC Maharlika Cable Systems
Channel 46 (SD)
First Media
Channel 120 (SD)
max3 by Biznet
Channel 105 (SD)
Channel 447/91 (SD)
Consult your local branch for channel availability
Channel 50 (Analog/Digital; SD)
Hanoi Cable Television BTS
Channel 42 (SD)
Palau National Communications Corporation
Channel 12 (SD)
Cambodia Cable Television
Channel 21 (SD)
Cable TV Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
Channel 135 (SD)
Available on most Taiwanese cable systems Channel 23 (SD)
Mio TV
Channel 234 (HD)
Channel 235 (VOD; HD)
now TV
(Hong Kong)
Channel 441 (SD)
Logo used from around 2011 to 31 July 2014; still using in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Disney Channel Asia (formerly known as The Disney Channel from 1996 to 1997) is a basic cable and satellite television channel that broadcasts in Southeast Asia as the flagship property of owner Disney Channels Worldwide unit of the United States-based Disney–ABC Television Group, managed by The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia. Most of its original programming is aimed at pre-teens and adolescents ages 10–16 while its Disney Junior programs are targeted at younger children ages 3–9, although certain programs are aimed at audiences of all ages. The channel's programming consists of original first-run television series, theatrically-released and original made-for-cable movies and select other third-party programming. Some countries—with either a lack of capacity or due to government restrictions—do not carry the network.


Disney Channel Asia was launched in January 2000 with a multi-language feed with an English main feed and dubbing and subtitling Mandarin. The channel became available in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines. On June 1, 2002, the channel was launched in the South Korea market with a Korea language feed.[1] Over the first six months of 2005, Disney Channel Asia along with sister channel Playhouse Disney (now Disney Junior) launched in Vietnam, Palau and Thailand and finishing off with a launch of both in Cambodia, its 11th market, with Cambodia Entertainment Production Co. Ltd. as distributor.[2]


On August 1, 2014, Disney Channel unveiled a new logo and on-air imaging design; first introduced in January 2014 by the then-new, free-to-air Disney Channel service in Germany are used in the sister network Disney Channel U.S., the new logo replaces the boxed design of the previous logo with a more compact wordmark, and incorporates the Mickey Mouse imagery as the dot of the "I" within the Disney script. Designed in collaboration with Disney Channel's U.S. and European operations and the design agencies Royale and BDA, the overall presentation package was designed so that the network could maintain its iconic "wand" idents (where stars of the network's programs either dotted the "I" with a wand or drew out the ears element), and allow such IDs made for the channel's previous on-air imaging to be adapted for use with the new logo – especially in markets where "new" episodes of older Disney Channel programs that had concluded their U.S. run were still premiering.[3]


  • Asia: Main feed available in Indonesia, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Vietnam, Palau and Cambodia.
  • Singapore: Same schedule with Asia feed plus new episodes of live-action shows and local advertisements.
  • Malaysia: Same schedule with Asia feed plus local advertisements. Also available in Brunei.
  • Philippines: Same schedule with Asia feed plus selected live-action shows and local advertisements.
  • Hong Kong: Own schedule with local advertisements. Separated from Asia feed on 2 April 2004. Broadcast in English and Cantonese.
  • Taiwan: Own schedule with local advertisements. It is the first overseas feed of Disney Channel, began operations in March 1995.[4] Broadcast in Taiwanese Mandarin.


Current programming[edit]


Series title Airdates Availability
Original programming
American Dragon: Jake Long present
Fish Hooks 1 April 2011 – present
Gravity Falls 27 October 2012 – present
Mickey Mouse 18 November 2013 –present
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja 16 February 2013 - present
Phineas and Ferb 1 February 2008 – 30 March 2015
Star Wars Rebels 29 November 2014 - present
Stitch! present
The 7D 7 September 2014 - present
The Emperor's New School present
Kim Possible present
The Replacements present
Wander Over Yonder 1 June 2014 – present
Syndicated programming
BoBoiBoy present
Boyster 14 November 2014 – present
Camp Lakebottom 16 November 2013 – present
Perman 5 May 2014- 28 February 2015
Penguins of Madagascar 23 July 2012 - present
Pink Panther Show 14 July 2014 - present
Hello Jadoo present
Mr. Bean - The Animated Series present
Courage the Cowardly Dog 1 September 2014 - present
Ninja Hattori 19 May 2014 - present
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures March 2014 - present
Upin & Ipin present
Zig & Sharko present


Since 9 September 2011, all Disney Channel original live-action series are discontinued in Asia and Malaysia feed.

Series title Airdates Availability
Original programming
Austin & Ally 3 March 2012 - present
Dog With a Blog 2 March 2013 – present
Girl Meets World 14 November 2014 – present
Good Luck Charlie 14 August 2010 – present
I Didn't Do It 30 May 2014 – present
Jessie 17 December 2011 – present
Liv and Maddie 10 January 2014 – present
Shake It Up 12 March 2011 – present
Violetta 3 March 2014 – 6 March 2015
Syndicated programming
Mighty Med 7 March 2014 – present
Pair of Kings present

Cartoon Network[edit]

Series title Airdates Availability
Adventure Time 1 January 2014 - present
Generator Rex
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
Johnny Test
Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu
The Amazing World of Gumball
Regular Show
Ben 10: Omniverse

Disney Junior[edit]

Series title Airdates Availability
Chuggington 23 July 2013 – present
Dibo the Gift Dragon
Doc McStuffins
Handy Manny
Henry Hugglemonster
Little Einsteins
Jake and the Never Land Pirates
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Sheriff Callie's Wild West


Movie block and special[edit]

  • Disney Channel Movie (2008-present)

Future programming[edit]

Former programming[edit]


Some programming is edited due to local culture and mores to be acceptable to various audiences such as Muslim with removal of romantic plotlines, violence, profanity, and some suggestive dialogue.

Sister channels[edit]

Disney Junior[edit]

Main article: Disney Junior (Asia)

Disney XD[edit]


  1. ^ Godfrey, Leigh (May 30, 2002). "Disney Channel Asia Launches In Korea". Animation World Network. Retrieved March 8, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Disney launches two channels in Cambodia". Indiantelevision.com (Mumbai). June 20, 2005. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Sam Theilman (May 22, 2014). "Here Is Your First Look at the New Disney Channel Logo". Adweek. Retrieved May 23, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Disney launches two channels in Cambodia". Indiantelevision.com. June 20, 2005. Retrieved July 14, 2014. 

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