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The animated film, which debuts on Disney Channel and Disney XD this Sunday, delivers on its promise as an entertaining, warm-hearted celebration of diversity and inclusion.Read More
Exclusive: Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors Gives Us a Sneak Peek at America Chavez and Captain Marvel
Here she is, Miss America.
We're 10 days away from the premiere of Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors on Disney Channel and Disney XD, and the more we see of the film, the more excited we get.Read More
Female heroes, diversity, and squirrel jokes. What's not to like?
The trailer has dropped for the Disney Channel's new animated film Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, and not gonna lie, it looks delightful.Read More
Black-ish and Grown-ish executive producers Laurence Fishburne and Helen Sugland are working on an animated series based on Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur comic book seriesRead More
Descendants 3 is on the way to Disney Channel for summer 2019, with returning cast members Dove Cameron (Mal), Sofia Carson (Evie), Booboo Stewart (Jay), Mitchell Hope (Ben), China Anne McClain (Uma), and Cameron Boyce (Carlos) confirmed.Read More
It is hard to believe in the world of media that there are still "firsts" when it comes to networks having LGBTQA content on their shows. It seems like ages since Nickelodeon had Korra and Asami come out as bisexual on The Legend of Korra or the queer content on Cartoon Networks' Steven Universe. Yet, on Disney Channel's original series Andi Mack, a main character is going to come out as gay for the first time.Read More
A recent Doc McStuffins episode centers around a two kids and their moms, voiced by Wanda Sykes and Portia de Rossi, learning about earthquake preparation.Read More
We've been really excited about the arrival of the Disney animated digital series, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, in which we'll delve deeper into the stories of the women of the Star Wars universe. The series launched today, and begins with Rey, BB-8...and a Nightwatcher worm. Check it out after the jump!Read More
Fans of older Disney channel shows like Lizzie McGuire and That's So Raven will see elements of what made these shows great in Andi Mack, which isn't surprising considering it's coming from Lizzie creator Terri Minsky.Read More
After a successful first season and with its second yet to start, the Disney Channel has announced that Elena of Avalor will be getting a third season!Read More
Here's something to look forward to! The TV movie kick-off to the TV series based on Tangled, which is titled Tangled: Before Ever After, will be coming to the Disney Channel this March, followed shortly by the premiere of Tangled: The Series.Read More
Losing Girl Meets World was a blow for girls who may have been looking for a safe, accepting, and inspiring space where they could discuss things they weren't yet ready to make sense of on their own.Read More
It's been an eventful day for television to say the least. After Rider Strong revealed that the series had "ended" on a podcast, we now have official word that Girl Meets World has been canceled.Read More
A potential live-action Star Wars TV show, often referred to by its working title of Star Wars: Underworld, has been rumored to be on the verge of development for the past few years. Today, ABC's Ben Sherwood addressed the rumors yet again in an interview. Apparently, the project is still a possibility.Read More
I was already really excited for the upcoming hour-long premiere of Elena of Avalor tomorrow night! I'm even more excited now that I know that George Takei will be doing a guest voice as a visiting royal! Check out this preview clip from the premiere after the jump!Read More
Of the eleven or so Disney Princesses that exist*, one is Asian (Mulan), one is Native American (Pocahontas), and one is black (Tiana). These princesses were added as of the mid-1990s. However, despite the fact that Latinx comprise 17% of the U.S. population and are the largest minority in the country, we had yet to see a Latina Disney Princess...until now.Read More
Thought you had plans for Memorial Day weekend? Think again, because the Disney Channel has decided to air all 99 of its original movies beginning now throughout June.Read More