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This article is about all programs that were broadcast on Disney Channel. For a list that only includes programs that were originally broadcast on and produced at least partially by Disney Channel, see List of Disney Channel series.

This is a list of television programs currently broadcast (in first-run or reruns), scheduled to be broadcast or formerly broadcast on Disney Channel (formerly "The Disney Channel"), a family-oriented American basic cable channel and former premium channel, owned by The Walt Disney Company. The channel was launched on April 18, 1983, and airs a mix of animated and live-action programming, ranging from action to drama to comedy.

Current programming

Original series

Live-action series

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Jessie September 30, 2011 4 [1]
Austin & Ally December 2, 2011 4 [2][3]
Dog with a Blog October 12, 2012 3 [4]
Liv and Maddie July 19, 2013 2 [5]
I Didn't Do It January 17, 2014 2 [6]
Girl Meets World June 27, 2014 2 [7]
K.C. Undercover January 18, 2015 1 [8]
Best Friends Whenever June 26, 2015 1 [9]
Bunk'd July 31, 2015 1 [10]

Short series

Title Premiere date Source(s)
Mickey Mouse June 28, 2013 [11]
Coppertop Flop Show, TheThe Coppertop Flop Show August 1, 2013 [12]
Dogs Rule! Cats... Not So Much February 14, 2014 (WATCH service) [13]

Repeats of ended series

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Even Stevens June 17, 2000 June 13, 2003 2003–06;[14][15] 2007; 2014–present [a]
Lizzie McGuire January 12, 2001 February 14, 2004 2004–06;[14][15] 2009–10; 2014–present [a]
Kim Possible June 7, 2002 September 7, 2007 2007–10; 2013; 2014–present [a]
That's So Raven January 17, 2003 November 10, 2007 2007–10; 2014–present [a]
Phil of the Future June 18, 2004 August 19, 2006 2006–08; 2014–present [a]
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody March 18, 2005 September 1, 2008 2008–11; 2013–present[16]
Cory in the House January 12, 2007 September 13, 2008 2008–10; 2014–present [a]
Wizards of Waverly Place October 12, 2007 January 6, 2012 2012–present
Good Luck Charlie April 4, 2010 February 16, 2014 2014–present
Shake It Up November 7, 2010 November 10, 2013 2013–present
A.N.T. Farm May 6, 2011 March 21, 2014 2014–present

Disney XD on Disney Channel

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

Live-action series

Title Premiere date Current season Note(s)
Kickin' It September 28, 2013 reruns [b]
Lab Rats September 28, 2013 4 [b]
Mighty Med October 12, 2013 2 [b]
Kirby Buckets November 15, 2014 1 [b]

Animated series

Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Ultimate Spider-Man October 5, 2013 3 [17]
Wander Over Yonder July 11, 2014 1 [18]
Gravity Falls August 1, 2014 2 [19]
Star Wars Rebels November 7, 2014 1
Star vs. the Forces of Evil January 18, 2015 1 [20]
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero February 13, 2015 1 [21]

Disney Junior on Disney Channel

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 4
Chuggington January 18, 2010 4
Jake and the Never Land Pirates February 14, 2011 3 [22]
The Octonauts January 9, 2012 3 [23]
Doc McStuffins March 23, 2012 3 [24]
Sofia the First January 11, 2013 2 [25]
Henry Hugglemonster April 15, 2013 1 [26][27]
Sheriff Callie's Wild West January 20, 2014 1 [28]
Ella the Elephant February 17, 2014 1 [29]
Miles from Tomorrowland February 6, 2015 1 [30]

Future programming

Original live-action series

  • Stuck in the Middle (2015)[31]

Original animated series

Original movies

  • Life-Size 2 (November 2015)[33]
  • Invisible Sister (Fall 2015)
  • Throw Like Mo (2016)[34]
  • Further Adventures in Babysitting (2016)

Former programming

Original programming

Animated series

  • 1 Indicates program is now/became a Disney XD original series.
  • 2 Indicates program only airs reruns on the Disney XD cable channel.
Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
The Proud Family September 21, 2001 August 19, 2005 2005–10
Lilo and Stitch: The Series September 20, 2003 July 29, 2006 2006–10; 2014–15[35]
Dave the Barbarian January 23, 2004 January 22, 2005 2005–09
Brandy and Mr. Whiskers August 21, 2004 August 25, 2006 2006–10
The Buzz on Maggie June 17, 2005 May 27, 2006 2006–08
American Dragon: Jake Long January 21, 2005 September 1, 2007 2007–10
The Emperor's New School January 27, 2006 November 20, 2008 2008–10
The Replacements July 28, 2006 March 30, 2009 2009–10
Phineas and Ferb August 17, 2007 June 12, 2015 2015 2
Fish Hooks September 3, 2010 April 4, 2014 2014 2
Gravity Falls June 15, 2012 August 2, 2013 2013–15 1
Wander Over Yonder August 16, 2013 January 24, 2014 2014 1
Star vs. the Forces of Evil January 18, 2015 N/A 1

Sitcom/comedy-drama series

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Good Morning, Miss Bliss November 30, 1988 March 18, 1989 1989
Teen Angel April 24, 1989 May 22, 1989 1989; 1993
Teen Angel Returns October 2, 1989[36][37] October 22, 1989[36][37] 1989; 1994
Flash Forward December 14, 1995[38][39] 1997 1997–99
The Famous Jett Jackson October 25, 1998 June 22, 2001 2001–04
The Jersey January 30, 1999 March 23, 2004 2004
Hannah Montana March 24, 2006 January 16, 2011 2011; 2014–15[40]
The Suite Life on Deck September 26, 2008 May 6, 2011 2011–15
Sonny with a Chance February 8, 2009 January 2, 2011 2011; 2013–15[41]
JONAS L.A. May 2, 2009 October 3, 2010 2010–11; 2013–14[42]
So Random! June 5, 2011 March 25, 2012 2012

Drama series

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; 2006
In a Heartbeat August 26, 2000 March 25, 2001 2001

Reality series

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
EPCOT Magazine 1983 1999 N/A
D-TV 1984 1999 N/A
Walt Disney World Inside Out 1994 1996 N/A
Disney Channel in Concert[43] 1997 2001 2001–02
2 Hour Tour[44] 1998 2000 2000
Bug Juice February 28, 1998 October 15, 2001 2001; 2004; 2006–07
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

Game shows

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

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
You and Me Kid April 18, 1983[45] 1986 1986–91[46]
Mousercise April 18, 1983[47] 1996[48][49] N/A
Videopolis 1987 1989 N/A
The Kidsongs Television Show 1989 1992 N/A
The All-New Mickey Mouse Club 1989 1995 1995–96
Amazing Animals April 16, 1996 July 6, 1999 1999–2004
Omba Mokomba 1997 1998 N/A
Going Wild with Jeff Corwin 1997 1999 N/A

Mini-series and specials

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
Disney Channel Games 2006–08
Pass the Plate 2007–10
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

Title Date(s) aired Note(s)
Disney Family Album 1984–86
Express Yourself 2001–10
Mike's Super Short Show 2002–07
Disney 411 2004–06
Disney 365 2006–14
This Is Daniel Cook 2004–07
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2006–07
Minuscule 2006–10
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
Take Two with Phineas and Ferb 2010–11

Live-action preschool programming

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran Note(s)
Welcome to Pooh Corner April 18, 1983[50] May 30, 1986 1986–97[51]
Dumbo's Circus May 6, 1985[52] 1989 1989–97[53]
Adventures in Wonderland March 23, 1992[54][55] 1995 1995–97[51]

Acquired programming

Animated series

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
101 Dalmatians: The Series Buena Vista Television Syndication/ABC 1998–99
The 7D Disney–ABC Domestic Television Disney XD 2014
Adventures of the Gummi Bears Buena Vista Television NBC/ABC/Syndication 1991[56]–97[51]
Aladdin Buena Vista Television Syndication/CBS 1994;[57] 1997[58]–2000
All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation Syndication/Fox Family 2000–04
Anatole Funimation CBS 2001–04
Babar the Little Elephant Funimation CBC/Global TV/HBO 1991
Bonkers Buena Vista Television Syndication 1993[59]
Braceface Funimation Teletoon/Télétoon 2004[60]–05
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Buena Vista Television UPN/ABC 2000–03;[61] 2006[62]–2008
Care Bears International Family Entertainment Syndication/ABC 1990[63]–97
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Claster Television CBS 1993[64]–1997
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Buena Vista Television Syndication 1989;[65][66] 1995[67]–2000
Curious George CBS 1989[68]–91[69] [c]
Darkwing Duck Buena Vista Television Syndication/ABC 1991;[70][71] 1995[72]–96;[73][74] 1999
Donald Duck Presents Walt Disney Domestic Television Distribution (1983–85)
Buena Vista Television (1985–92)
N/A 1983–1992[75][76] [d]
Donald's Quack Attack Buena Vista Television N/A 1992[77]–2000 [d]
Disney's Doug Buena Vista Television ABC 2001–02
DuckTales Buena Vista Television Syndication 1995[72]–2000
Fillmore! Buena Vista Television ABC/Toon Disney 2003[61]
Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series The Jim Henson Company NBC 1990[78]–95[79][80]
Gargoyles Buena Vista Television Syndication/ABC 1998–99
Good Morning, Mickey! Walt Disney Domestic Television Distribution (1983–85)
Buena Vista Television (1985–92)
N/A 1983[47]–1992[76][81] [d]
Goof Troop Buena Vista Television Syndication/ABC 1992;[82][83] 1996[74]–2000
Happy Harmonies Buena Vista Television N/A 1991–97
Hercules: The Animated Series Buena Vista Television Syndication/ABC 1999–2001
House of Mouse Buena Vista Television ABC/Toon Disney 2002[84]–06
The Ink and Paint Club Buena Vista Television N/A 1997–2002 [d]
Jungle Cubs Buena Vista Television ABC 1997–2000
Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil Disney–ABC Domestic Television Disney XD 2011–12
The Legend of Tarzan Buena Vista Television UPN/ABC 2001–03[61]
Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles N/A Disney XD 2014
The Little Mermaid Buena Vista Television CBS 1995[85]–2002; 2006[86]–10
Lloyd in Space Buena Vista Television ABC/Toon Disney 2002[84]–03
Lunch Box Buena Vista Television N/A 1988–95 [e]
Marsupilami Buena Vista Television CBS 1994[87]–95;[80] 1997–2000
Mickey's Mouse Tracks Buena Vista Television N/A 1992[88]–2000 [d]
Mickey Mouse Works Buena Vista Television ABC 2002
Mighty Ducks Buena Vista Television ABC/Syndication 1997–99
Mouseterpiece Theater Walt Disney Domestic Television Distribution (1983–85)
Buena Vista Television (1985–98)
N/A 1983[89]–2000 [d]
Music Box Buena Vista Television N/A 1988–95 [e]
My Little Pony Tales Griffin-Bacal Advertising N/A 1992–96
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Buena Vista Television ABC 1988;[90] 1994[91]–2006
New Kids on the Block DiC Entertainment ABC 1991[92]–93[93][94]
Paddington Bear FilmFair BBC 1989[95]–91[69] [c]
Pepper Ann Buena Vista Television ABC 2001–02
Pound Puppies ABC 1991
Quack Pack Buena Vista Television Syndication 1998–99
Nightmare Ned Buena Vista Television ABC 2002–04
The Raccoons Skywriter Media & Entertainment Group CBC Television 1985–92[96]
Recess Buena Vista Television ABC/UPN 2003–05; 2008–10
Rupert Funimation YTV 1991–2000
Sabrina: The Animated Series Buena Vista Television UPN/ABC 2002[84]–04
Sabrina's Secret Life Buena Vista Television Syndication 2003–04
Schoolhouse Rock! Buena Vista Television ABC 1987–97
Shaun the Sheep BBC 2007–08
The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show Buena Vista Television Syndication 1997–2000
Silly Symphonies Walt Disney Domestic Television Distribution (1983–85)
Buena Vista Television (1985–97)
N/A 1983–97
Spot the Dog Buena Vista Television BBC 1989[95]–91[69] [c]
TaleSpin Buena Vista Television Syndication 1990;[97][98] 1995[72]–1999
Teacher's Pet Buena Vista Television ABC/Toon Disney 2002–04
Teamo Supremo Buena Vista Television ABC/Toon Disney 2002–03
Timon and Pumbaa Buena Vista Television Syndication/CBS 1997[58]–99; 2006[62]–08
Tron: Uprising Disney–ABC Domestic Television Disney XD 2012–13
The Weekenders Buena Vista Television ABC/UPN/Toon Disney 2003
W.I.T.C.H. Buena Vista International Television Jetix 2006[99]
Will Quack Quack Siriol Productions S4C 1988–95 [c]
The Wind in the Willows Buena Vista Television ITV 1984–90
The Wuzzles Buena Vista Television CBS 1987–97

Sitcom/comedy-drama series

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
Aaron Stone Disney XD 2009
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet ABC 1983–94
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin Sony Pictures Television ABC 1984; 1998–2000
The Baby-Sitters Club HBO 1994[100]–97[51]
Boy Meets World Buena Vista Television ABC 2000–07; 2014
Brotherly Love NBC/The WB 1997–2001
Dinosaurs Buena Vista Television ABC 1997–2001
The Edison Twins CBC Television 1985
Evermoor Disney Channel (UK and Ireland) 2014
Growing Pains ABC 1997–2001
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show Buena Vista Television First-run syndication 2001–04
Jump, Rattle and Roll N/A 1991[56]–94[101][102]
Life with Derek Family 2005–09 [f]
Muppets Tonight Buena Vista Television ABC 1997–2000
My Babysitter's a Vampire Teletoon 2011–12; 2014
Naturally, Sadie Family 2005–07 [f]
The Neighbors Disney–ABC Domestic Television ABC 2012
Pair of Kings Disney XD 2010
Ready or Not Showtime 1996[103]–2000 [f]
Sister, Sister ABC/The WB 2002–07
Smart Guy Buena Vista Television The WB 1999–2004
The Torkelsons Buena Vista Television NBC 1994–99
Zeke and Luther Disney XD 2009
Zorro Buena Vista Television ABC 1983[104]–2002

Drama series

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes ITV 1991–93
The Adventures of Shirley Holmes YTV 1997
Avonlea CBC 1990–97
Danger Bay CBC 1985–96
Eerie, Indiana NBC 1993–96
Ocean Girl Network Ten 1994[105]–97
Spellbinder Nine Network 1996[106]–97
Swiss Family Robinson CTV 1991
Wolfblood CBBC 2013; 2014

Game shows

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
Teen Win, Lose or Draw Buena Vista Television NBC 1989–92

Variety programs

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
A Conversation with... Buena Vista Television N/A 1988
Adventures of the Old West N/A 1994
Bill Nye the Science Guy[107] Buena Vista Television PBS 1998–2003
Faerie Tale Theatre Showtime 1983–97
The Mickey Mouse Club Buena Vista Television ABC 1983–89; 1997–2002 [g]
New! Animal World N/A 1984–85
Ready Steady Go! ITV 1990–91
Tall Tales & Legends Showtime 1985–97

Anthology series

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
The Wonderful World of Disney Buena Vista Television ABC 1983–97
The Magical World of Disney Buena Vista Television ABC 1990[108]–97
Walt Disney Presents Buena Vista Television ABC 1990–2002[109]

Live-action preschool programming

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
Fraggle Rock 1992[110]–96[73][111]
Groundling Marsh 1996–97
Mother Goose Stories 1990–93
Secret Life of Toys 1994–97
Under the Umbrella Tree 1990–97

Playhouse Disney programming

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
Animal Stories 1999–2005
Art Play 2001–04
Bear in the Big Blue House 1997–2007
Bite Size 2000–06
The Book of Pooh 2001–05
Breakfast with Bear 2005–06
Bunnytown 2007–08
Can You Teach My Alligator Manners? 2008–11
Captain Carlos 2005–07
Charlie & Lola 2005–11
Choo Choo Soul 2007–11
Circle Time 1997–2002
Dan Zanes House Party 2007–11
The Doodlebops 2005–09
Feet Beat 1998–2002
Felix and the Flying Machine 2004
Frankenguy & The Professor 1997–2002
Go Baby! 2005–07
Handy Manny 2006–11
Handy Manny's School for Tools 2010-11
Happy Monster Band 2007–11
Higglytown Heroes 2004–09
Johnny and the Sprites 2005–09
JoJo's Circus 2003–08
Joke Time 1997–2002
The Koala Brothers 2004–08
Little Einsteins 2005–11
The Little Mermaid 1997–2002; 2006–10
Lou and Lou: Safety Patrol 2007–11
Madeline 1997[58]–2005
Manners with Max 2004–07
Mini Movies 1997–2002
My Friends Tigger & Pooh 2007–11
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 1997–2006
Ooh, Aah & You 2005–11
Out of the Box 1998–2005
PB&J Otter 1998[58]–2005
Rolie Polie Olie 1998–2006
Shane's Kindergarten Countdown 2007–11
Shanna's Show 2005–11
Sharing Time 2002–05
Stanley 2001–08
This is Daniel Cook 2005–07
This is Emily Yeung 2007–11
Where Is Warehouse Mouse? 2009–10
The Wiggles 2001–07

Disney Junior programming

Title Distributor Original channel Date(s) aired Notes
101 Dalmatians: The Series 2011; 2012–13
Johnny and the Sprites 2012–13
Jungle Cubs 2012–13
The Koala Brothers 2012–13
Lilo & Stitch: The Series 2012–13
PB&J Otter 2012–13
Stanley 2012–13

Programming blocks

Current

  • Disney Junior (February 14, 2011 – present)
  • Disney Channel Summer (every Summer since 2011 as "Disney Channel Slizzlin Summer")
  • Monstober (every October since 2011)
  • Fa-la-la-lidays (every December since 2011)
  • JaNEWary (every January since 2012)
  • Disney Replay (April 18, 2013 – present)
  • Disney XD on Disney Channel (live-action) (September 28, 2013 – present)
  • Disney XD on Disney Channel (animated) (June 20, 2014 – present)

Former

Title Launched Defunct Note(s)
Disney Nighttime 1983 1997
Disney Channel Discovery 1988 1993
Mystery Night 1988 1993
The Best of Hollywood 1988 1995
Sunday Night Showcase 1988 1995
Toonin' Tuesday October 5, 1993[112] September 1996[39][113]
Bonus! Thursday October 7, 1993[114] September 1996[39][113]
Totally Kids Only 1993 1997
Triple Feature Friday October 8, 1993[115] 1997
Disney Drive-In October 8, 1994[116] August 31, 1996[73][117]
Block Party October 2, 1995[72] August 1996[73][111]
Playhouse Disney May 8, 1997 February 13, 2011
Disney Distractions 1997 2000
Vault Disney September 1997 September 16, 2002
Toon Disney Summer Sundays Summer 1998 Summer 2000 [h]
Zoog Disney August 11, 1998 September 18, 2002
TOONin Saturdays June 18, 2011 2012
Disney Channel Saturday Mornings July 28, 2012 2014

Movie presentations

Title Launched Defunct Note(s)
Zoog Movie 2001 2003

See also

Explanatory notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f Currently reruns on Disney Replay.
  2. ^ a b c d Airs as part of Disney XD on Disney.
  3. ^ a b c d Aired as part of Lunch Box.
  4. ^ a b c d e f Collection of Disney animated shorts.
  5. ^ a b Collection of animated shorts.
  6. ^ a b c Co-production.
  7. ^ Reruns of the original 1950s series.
  8. ^ "Sneak peek" sampler block of shows from sister channel Toon Disney.

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