As more media companies pull within sight of the finish line, Disney Channel is the latest to conclude its upfront negotiations.
Add Disney Channel to the list of networks desperately trying to lure millennials to their programming.
Hulu, Netflix and Amazon's battle for childrens programming has become just as heated as the one over shows for adults. Today, Hulu landed a big coup in its bid to attract kids to its service: a new deal to stream Disney Channel programming, which has traditionally aired on Netflix.
Everything old is new again for the Disney Channel, which is reviving many of its most beloved brands for new series and movies it hopes will appeal to kids as well as their parents.
ABC Family will change its name to Freeform in January because to be free is to be liberated, to be unbound, to be unadulterated. But in this case, it won't be truly free since Freeform will still be part of a basic cable or satellite package.But we digress.
Rapunzel lost her long locks at the end of the film Tangled, but her Disney adventures have just begun.Proving that it hasn't forgotten about its non-Frozen princess properties, Disney announced it is reviving the hit 2010 animated film as a new TV series set to debut on Disney Channel in 2017.
Forget Avengers: Age of Ultron and the upcoming Despicable Me spinoff Minions. For millions of kids, there's only one important movie debuting this summer: Teen Beach 2, the sequel to Teen Beach Movie, Disney Channel's 2013 surf musical.
What looks like an entertainment company, spends like an entertainment company and programs like an entertainment company? It's Hasbro, a toymaker.
Good news for '80s nostalgists: Disney Channel is rebooting Chris Columbus' 1987 Elisabeth Shue-centric comedy, Adventures in Babysitting.
In last season’s premiere of FX’s American Horror Story, two teenagers are lying on the bed, nervously making out. “I don’t want to hurt you,” says the boy, moments before having a seizure, bleeding profusely from his eyes, nose and mouth, and then dying.