Disney XD (Scandinavia)

Disney XD
Launched September 12, 2009
Picture format 16:9 widescreen
Language Danish
Broadcast area Scandinavia
Baltic countries
Sister channel(s) Disney Channel
Disney Junior
Website Official website
Boxer (Denmark) Channel 32
Boxer TV Access (Sweden) Channel 32
dna Welho (Finland) Channel 90
Canal Digital (Finland and Norway) Channel 61
Anvia (Finland) Channel 79
dna Welho (Finland) Channel 161
Canal Digital (Sweden) Channel 91
Elisa (Finland) Channel 52

Disney XD is a children's channel that broadcasts 16 hours a day, between 6:00 AM and 10:00 PM. It replaced Jetix and Toon Disney on September 12, 2009.[1][2] Jetix used to end its broadcast daily at 6:00 PM. Disney XD is funded by advertising, as was Jetix, while Toon Disney was commercial-free.

Much of the distribution used by the two former channels is taken over by Disney XD. This includes the analogue frequency in YouSee's cable network, previously used by Jetix and Hallmark Channel.[3] The channel is also available terrestrially in Denmark from November 1, 2009, via the Boxer platform.[4] Jetix was granted a license to broadcast terrestrially in Sweden in March 2008, but were yet to use it due to transmission disputes.


Programming includes some series that were previously broadcast on Toon Disney and Jetix, but the channel's scope has been extended to also include live-action series such as Aaron Stone and feature films. Series carried over from Jetix include Pokémon Battle Dimension, Galactik Football and Dinosaur King. The first program aired on Disney XD was The Legend of Tarzan. The first movie aired was Ratatouille. Series from Disney Channel are also aired.






Movies are usually shown on weekends, with a few exceptions. They include original movies, Walt Disney Pictures films, and local films.


  1. "LANSERINGSDATUM FÖR DISNEY XD" (Press release). Disney Channel. July 29, 2009.
  2. "DISNEY LANSERAR DISNEY XD I SVERIGE" (Press release). Disney Channel. June 10, 2009.
  3. "Ændringer i tv-kanaler (in Danish)". YouSee. August 28, 2009.
  4. "Ny tv-kanal fra Disney på Boxers tv-sendenet (in Danish)" (Press release). Boxer TV A/S. July 29, 2009.

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