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Category Archives: Disney Channel
NBA basketball star LeBron James will executive produce ESPN Films’ and Disney XD’s new special “Becoming,” a half-hour show for kids and families profiling the inspirational journeys of today’s top athletes. Right now it’s just one show scheduled for Sunday, … Continue reading
In “Art Attack,” the second Star Wars Rebel short, the Mandalorian armored Sabine sneaks into an Imperial compound, looking to create a diversion for her friends aboard the Ghost. Spotted by stormtroopers, she proves teases, taunts and proves too quick … Continue reading
The four main Disney channels will be showing Disney’s “Aladdin” several times this week as part of a tribute to the late great Robin Williams. Here’s when you can catch them (all times Eastern and Pacific): Saturday at 9am and … Continue reading
Disney’s new comedy series “Girl Meets World,” has won over Disney Channel viewers and will be getting a second season, the network announced yesterday. The half-hour comedy had strong results right from the start with 5.2 million viewers for its … Continue reading