Disney XD (Canada)

This article is about a Canadian television channel that is operated by Corus Entertainment and launched on December 1, 2015. For the Canadian television channel that was previously known as Disney XD, see Family Chrgd.
Disney XD
Launched December 1, 2015 (2015-12-01)
Owned by Corus Entertainment
(branding licensed by The Walt Disney Company)
Slogan The Future is Now! (primary)
Yes! (secondary)
Melty (summer)
Country Canada
Language English
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Sister channel(s)
Website Disney XD Canada
Bell TV Channel 1652 (HD)
Shaw Direct Channel 76 / 176 (HD)
Available on many Canadian cable providers. Check local listings for details.
Bell Aliant Channel 512 (HD)
Bell Fibe TV Channel 1553 (HD)
MTS Channel 160 (SD)
Channel 1160 (HD)
Optik TV Channel 9616 (SD)
Channel 616 (HD)
SaskTel Channel 89 (SD)
Channel 389 (HD)
VMedia Channel 232 (SD)
Zazeen Channel 147 (HD)

Disney XD is a Canadian English-language exempted Category B specialty channel[1] owned by Corus Entertainment. Launched on December 1, 2015, it is a localized and licensed version of the US cable channel Disney XD, which broadcasts live-action and animated programming aimed at children between the ages of 6 and 11.


Prior to the launch of this channel, a Canadian version of Disney XD was launched by Astral Media on June 1, 2011 as a spin-off of Family Channel, which had historically held rights to the programming of Disney Channel and its spin-off brands.[2][3] After Bell Media acquired Astral in 2013, the company sold Disney XD along with its sister channels (Family Channel and the French and English versions of Disney Junior) to DHX Media. Corus Entertainment purchased the Canadian rights to Disney programming on April 16, 2015. As a result, the Disney-branded channels owned by DHX were renamed as extensions of their Family Channel brand: Family Chrgd, Family Jr., and Télémagino.[3]

Disney XD programming aired in a programming block on the Canadian version of Disney Channel, which Corus launched on September 1, 2015.[3][4] The block ended on November 29 and Disney XD (along with Disney Junior) was re-launched by Corus on December 1, 2015[5] with a marathon of the second season of Star Wars Rebels.[6] DHX's rights to Disney XD programming, which aired on Family Chrgd, expired in January 2016.[3]

Disney XD Canada does not have a French-language version, though Disney La Chaîne (the French-language counterpart of Disney Channel in English) airs Disney XD programming in the French-language.

Current Programming

Animated series

Reruns of animated series

Acquired animated series

Live-action series

Reruns of live-action series

Disney XD programming on other Corus channels

Upcoming programming

Former programming

Live-action series

Animated series

Programming Blocks


See also


External links

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