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List of Disney XD TV channels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Disney XD is a brand of children's TV channels owned by The Walt Disney Company. Since its American debut on February 13, 2009,[1][2] the brand was launched in other markets. The channel was formerly known as Toon Disney or Jetix in most areas.

Disney XD has considerably reduced its footprint in favor of those markets mainly being served by Disney+, with the network's remaining presence being in the Americas, Poland and a Dutch time-share.

Current channels

Market Type Formerly Launch date feeds/other countries Operator
United States channel Toon Disney February 13, 2009[2] Broadcast for the World Disney Branded Television
Latin America channel Jetix[3] July 3, 2009[4] Divided into three feeds: North, Andean, and Brazil (Portuguese)[3] The Walt Disney Company Latin America – Media Networks
Poland channel Jetix September 19, 2009 None Disney
Netherlands daytime time share
with Veronica TV
Jetix January 1, 2010[5] Suriname Disney Channels (Benelux) B.V.[6]
Canada channel N/A December 1, 2015 None Corus Entertainment[7]

Defunct channels

Market Type Formerly Active date feeds/other countries Operator Fate
Canada (Original) channel Family Extreme (planned) June 1, 2011[8]October 9, 2015[9] None DHX Media[10] Rebranded as Family Chrgd following loss of Disney intellectual property rights to Corus Entertainment.[11][12]
Canada (French) programming block on La Chaîne Disney N/A June 27, 2016 – Summer 2019 Corus Entertainment Disney XD Zone was firstly a programming block on Disney Channel France between 2015 and 2016. The block was launched on the Canadian French-language channel La Chaîne Disney on 27 June 2016, called XD Zone. Disney Channel Canada also aired a Disney XD programming block over several periods. Disney XD shows are now part of regular La Chaîne Disney programming.
Israel[13] pop-up channel N/A January 1, 2018[13]February 1, 2018[13] Opened as a one-month temporary channel exclusively on Hot.[13]
Netherlands (24 hours signal) HD 24h/24 channel N/A June 1, 2010[14]August 1, 2018[15] Belgium Disney Channels (Benelux) B.V.[6] The 24h channel was available on Belgium ISP and cable operators, while the free-to-air channel is not (only on satellite with TV Vlaanderen).
Australia channel N/A April 10, 2014[16]January 6, 2019[17] New Zealand The Walt Disney Company Australia Selected programming moved to Disney Channel following the channel's closure.[17]
India channel Toon Disney/Jetix November 14, 2009[18]January 9, 2019[19] Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh (until February 2013),[20] Nepal and Bhutan The Walt Disney Company India Replaced by Marvel HQ, which went on the air on January 20, 2019, and continues to air select Disney XD shows.[19] Replaced by Disney XD Asia in Bangladesh after ban in 2016.
Italy channel Jetix September 2009October 1, 2019 Switzerland The Walt Disney Company Italy The Walt Disney Company Italy's deal with Sky Italia was not renewed, which caused the closure of the channel alongside other Disney and Fox networks.[21]
channel +1 Jetix +1 2009October 1, 2019
channel +2 Toon Disney +1 2011April 9, 2018
channel HD N/A May 9, 2012October 1, 2019
Spain channel Jetix September 18, 2009April 1, 2020 Andorra, Equatorial Guinea The Walt Disney Company Spain & Portugal Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure.
channel +1 Jetix +1 September 18, 2009April 1, 2020
channel HD N/A June 1, 2013April 1, 2020
Germany channel Jetix October 18, 2009April 1, 2020[22][23] Austria, Switzerland The Walt Disney Company Germany Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure
channel +1 Jetix +1 April 15, 2010April 1, 2020
channel HD N/A September 5, 2013April 1, 2020
United Kingdom +1 channel Jetix +1 September 1, 2009[24]May 1, 2020[25] Ireland The Walt Disney Company Limited Closed alongside select Disney channels in Europe and Australia due to the popularisation content moving to Disney+. Sky EPG slot given to Baby TV and replace it.
France channel Jetix April 1, 2009May 1, 2020 Belgium, Switzerland, Africa The Walt Disney Company France Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure.
The channel closed on April 1 in Belgium and Switzerland, but was postponed along with the Disney+ launch in France to April 7. The channel ultimately closed in Overseas France and Africa on May 1, 2020.
channel HD N/A September 20, 2011May 1, 2020
United Kingdom channel Jetix September 1, 2009October 1, 2020 Ireland Disney Co. Ltd. (UK/Europe) Sky and Virgin Media declined to sign a new deal to keep the Disney-branded networks running after the successful launch of Disney+ in the country. Selected programming moved to the service following the channel's closure.
channel HD N/A October 18, 2010October 1, 2020
Scandinavia channel Toon Disney/Jetix May 12, 2009January 1, 2021 Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia The Walt Disney Company Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure.
Southeast Asia channel N/A September 15, 2012[26]January 1, 2021[27] Malaysia and Brunei The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) Selected programming moved to Disney+ Hotstar following the channel's closure on June 1, 2021.
October 19, 2013[28][29]January 1, 2021[27] Indonesia Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ Hotstar following the channel's closure.
March 16, 2013June 1, 2020 Singapore Contract renewal failure with service providers in the country.[30] Selected programming available on Disney+.
October 19, 2013[29]January 1, 2021[27] Thailand Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ Hotstar following the channel's closure on June 30, 2021.
June 1, 2014[31]January 1, 2021[27] Philippines Replaced by the Cignal channel space Metro Channel, selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure on early 2022.
Japan channel Toon Disney August 1, 2009February 1, 2021 None The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. Selected programming moved to Disney Channel and Disney+ following the channel's closure.
channel HD N/A September 29, 2012February 1, 2021[32]
Greece channel Jetix October 3, 2009[33]February 1, 2021[34] Cyprus[6] The Walt Disney Company Greece Selected programming moved to Disney Channel following the channel's closure.
EMEA channel Jetix October 3, 2009February 1, 2021 Turkey, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania The Walt Disney Company Europe
October 3, 2009January 1, 2021 Middle East and North Africa
N/A May 12, 2011October 1, 2020 Sub-Saharan Africa The Walt Disney Company South Africa

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