List of programs broadcast by Toon Disney

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This is a list of television programs that have been broadcast by Toon Disney (now Disney XD) in the United States. The channel was launched on April 18, 1998 as a spinoff of Disney Channel, and aired mostly syndicated animated programming, ranging from action to comedy.

The first program broadcast on Toon Disney was the Mickey Mouse segment from Fantasia titled "The Sorcerer's Apprentice". It was followed by a sampling of other Mickey Mouse shorts and episodes of Timon and Pumbaa, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Goof Troop, TaleSpin, and Aladdin.[1]

The list does not include the programs that were introduced as Jetix, a block on Toon Disney that ran from 2004 to 2009.

Former programming[edit]

Original runs[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Original network Format/notes Source(s)
Timon and Pumbaa April 18, 1998 February 8, 2009 CBS some episodes in 1999 first ran on Toon Disney [1][2][3]
Teacher's Pet1 January 7, 2002 July 16, 2006 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids new episodes from the second half of season 2 were first premiered on Toon Disney [4][5][6][7]
House of Mouse1 September 2, 2002 February 6, 2009 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids episodes produced in 2002 had an original run with Toon Disney [4][8][better source needed]
Teamo Supremo1 September 3, 2002 2005 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids second half of season 2 aired on Toon Disney [4]
The Weekenders1 February 6, 2009 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids some episodes in 2003 first ran on Toon Disney [4][9][better source needed]
Lloyd in Space1 October 1, 2002 October 23, 2006 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids episodes produced in 2002 had an original run with Toon Disney
Fillmore!1 2 September 1, 2003 January 18, 2009 Disney's One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids episodes in 2004 first aired on Toon Disney [10][11][12]

Syndicated from Disney Channel[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Source(s)
Mickey's Mouse Tracks April 18, 1998 1999 [1]
Donald's Quack Attack December 2002 [1][13]
The Proud Family1 September 6, 2004 February 6, 2009 [14][15]
Dave the Barbarian January 17, 2005 February 8, 2009 [16]
Kim Possible1 April 11, 2005 February 12, 2009 [14][17]
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers January 14, 2006 June 8, 2008 [18]
Lilo & Stitch: The Series1 January 16, 2006 February 8, 2009 [2][19][20][17]
The Emperor's New School1 2 January 30, 2006 February 4, 2009 [18][2]
American Dragon: Jake Long2 February 20, 2006 February 12, 2009 [19][20]
The Buzz on Maggie1 January 5, 2007 [18]
The Replacements1 2 October 1, 2007 February 12, 2009 [21]
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody1 2 September 1, 2008 [22]
Phineas and Ferb2 [22]

Syndicated from The Disney Afternoon[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Source(s)
Goof Troop April 18, 1998 December 21, 2008 [1][13][23]
TaleSpin June 28, 2008 [1][13]
Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears December 28, 2001 [1][13]
Bonkers September 2004 [1]
Darkwing Duck January 19, 2007 [1][13]
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers August 3, 2008 [1]
Shnookums and Meat July 6, 2007 [1]
Mighty Ducks September 1998 March 2, 2007 [7][24][25]
Gargoyles September 1998 February 11, 2009 [7][24][26][27]
Quack Pack September 1998 September 2004 [7][24][26]
DuckTales September 3, 1999 February 9, 2007 [26][28]

Syndicated from ABC/UPN[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Source(s)
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh1 April 18, 1998 October 19, 2007 [1][23]
Jungle Cubs1 2001 [1][13][29]
101 Dalmatians: The Series1 September 1998 May 22, 2007 [24][30][31][7]
Hercules: The Animated Series1 September 2000 February 4, 2009 [7][4][23][27]
Disney's Doug1 September 2001 September 2004 [7][4][32][33]
Pepper Ann1 September 2001 July 20, 2008 [7][4][32][33]
Recess1 September 1, 2003 February 12, 2009 [10]
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command1 August 11, 2007 [2][10]
The Legend of Tarzan2 February 6, 2009 [34][3][35]
Mickey Mouse Works 2005 2007 [16]

Syndicated from CBS[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Source(s)
Aladdin April 18, 1998 December 14, 2008 [1][23][27]
The Little Mermaid January 25, 2008 [1][23]
The Wuzzles 2001 [1]
Raw Toonage 2001 [1]
Marsupilami April 23, 1998 2001 [1][13]

Syndicated from DIC Entertainment[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Original network Source(s)
The Littles April 18, 1998 August 2002 [1][13]
What-a-Mess August 2002 [1]
Bump in the Night 2001 [1][13]
Madeline 2003 [1][13]
Gadget Boy 2001 [1][13]
Wish Kid August 2002 [1]
The New Archies August 2002 [1]
The Wizard of Oz August 2002 [1][36]
Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire August 2002 [1][36]
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog September 1998 August 2002 [24][36]
Sabrina: The Animated Series September 3, 2002 August 2004 [4][37]
Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action! 2003 [4]
Sabrina's Secret Life September 11, 2004 March 2005 [15][38]

Other programming[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Original network Source(s)
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa April 18, 1998 2001 ABC [1][36]
Hello Kitty and Friends September 1998 August 2002 Toon Disney [24]
The Care Bears Family October 1998 2002 ABC [24]
Blazing Dragons September 3, 1999 August 2002 Toon Disney [39][40]
Rupert September 2001 2002 Nickelodeon [32][33]
Ultimate Book of Spells September 3, 2002 2003 Toon Disney [4][41]
Toad Patrol September 7, 2002 August 2004 Toon Disney [4][41]
Garfield and Friends September 1, 2003 2005 CBS [10][42]
What's with Andy? January 18, 2005 June 2005 ABC Family [16]
All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series September 2, 2006 October 16, 2006 ABC Family [43][44]
Shaun the Sheep June 21, 2008 July 6, 2008 Toon Disney [22]

Special programming[edit]

Title Premiere date End date Original network Source(s)
The Sword in the Stone April 18, 1998 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][36]
The Rescuers 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][36]
Alice in Wonderland 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][36]
A Goofy Movie 2009 Disneytoon Studios [1][36]
The Brave Little Toaster 2006 Hyperion Pictures [1][36]
DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp 2006 Disneytoon Studios [1][23]
Dumbo 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]
The Rescuers Down Under 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]
The Return of Jafar 2008 Disneytoon Studios [1][23]
Fun and Fancy Free 2001 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]
The Prince and the Pauper 2000 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]
The Aristocats 2009 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]
Robin Hood 2009 Walt Disney Animation Studios [1][23]

See also[edit]

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