Disney Branded Television Unveils New Animated Titles


Disney Branded Television has unveiled a lineup of new animated projects, as well as series renewals, across its channel portfolio.

Among the new titles is the 22-minute special Prep & Landing: The Snowball Protocol, about a team of high-tech elves. Other new titles coming to Disney platforms include the shorts SuperKitties: Su-Purr Adventures and Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Moon Girl’s Lab.

SuperKitties: Su-Purr Adventures features the characters of SuperKitties as they showcase their superhero skills and kindness and work together to make their town a great place to live. The shorts will premiere on August 7 on Disney Jr. and Disney Channel before making their way to Disney+ and the Disney Jr. YouTube channel on August 8.

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: Moon Girl’s Lab is a musical STEM-focused shorts series that sees Moon Girl share knowledge and drop bars as she uses the power of science to take down bad guys. Each of the eight shorts feature a new song by Grammy Award winner Raphael Saadiq. The shorts are set to premiere on June 28 on Disney Channel, the Disney Channel YouTube channel and Disney+.

Disney has greenlit a fifth season of Big City Greens, which was the number two most-watched kids’ animated series of 2023, with more than 2 billion hours watched across linear and streaming since its debut in 2018. The upcoming season will continue to follow the adventures of 10-year-old Cricket Green as he navigates the big city with his out-of-place family. Anna O’Brian, director of Big City Greens the Movie: Spacecation, premiering this summer, will be joining the series as an executive producer.

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures was renewed for a second season, which will bow on August 14 on Disney+ and Disney Jr. In the new batch of episodes, Kai Brightstar, Lys Solay and Nubs embark on even bigger missions across the galaxy to continue their Jedi training.

These announcements were made at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, where Disney also unveiled first looks at Disney Jr.’s Ariel, which is set to premiere on June 27 on Disney Jr. in the U.S.; Kindergarten: The Musical; StuGo, coming this fall to Disney Channel; and The Doomies.

Also at Annecy, Disney Branded Television commemorated its 40-year anniversary with a special panel highlighting the studio’s work in kids’ animation over four decades, with titles such as Phineas and Ferb, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Monsters at Work, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, Sofia the First, Kiff, Big City Greens, ZOMBIES: The Re-Aninated Series, Hamster & Gretel and StuGo.

“Disney Branded Television is proud of our four-decade legacy of creating magical and visually stunning animation beloved by young audiences around the world,” said Ayo Davis, president of Disney Branded Television. “It’s a momentous year at Annecy, as we celebrate our studio’s milestone anniversary and showcase some of our most exciting new projects and creative talent that are ushering us into a new era of storytelling.”