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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 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.

An asterisk (*) indicates the show was integrated into Disney XD's initial lineup.

Original programming

  • I Wanna Watch (premiered 2003) – TRL-like request show where viewers vote on what cartoon they want to see[2][3]

Original runs

The following shows were broadcast on Toon Disney as part of their first run:

Disney-acquired programming

The following shows were originally run on another Disney-related channel such as Disney Channel, The Disney Afternoon, One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids and ABC Family.

Repeats of Disney Channel series

Repeats of The Disney Afternoon series

Repeats of One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids series

Repeats of CBS series

DIC Entertainment-acquired programming

As Disney during the mid-late 90's owned DIC Entertainment (then called DIC Productions L.P.) through a Limited Partnership, Toon Disney aired a frequent amount of shows produced by the company.

Other programming

See also

References

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