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Stars of Disney Channel’s high school comedy confront male students who’ve been giving them numeric ratings based on looks
Annual ceremony will take place April 25 and air on the Disney Channel the following day
Sofia Carson (Disney’s “Descendants”) and Paris Berelc (“Mighty Med”) also join newly announced TV movies
Former star of the Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place” keeps the focus on family
“Girl Meets World” premieres Friday night on Disney Channel
‘September 12′ filmmaker rejects “online panhandling” in favor by raising money for the children of 9/11 victims
“I Didn’t Do It” actress will play the daughter in Paramount film
Maker, the world’s largest network of short-form online video, is offering blocks of unscripted clip series hosted by top digital and traditional talent
The episode marks the first crossover between a Marvel property and a Disney Channel live-action series
The actress admits her schedule is busy with a new TV series and album on the way, but says she is “totally open” to a...
Suddenlink TV customers will add SEC and Longhorn Networks, Fusion, WatchESPN to other continued Disney services
Bob Iger says Disney did the deal with Netflix because it "paid the right price"
Struggling Nickelodeon loses out to Disney Channel in total daily viewers after ruling ratings category for 17 years
Gunn, Wayne Brady, Sara Ramirez and “Modern Family” star Ariel Winter will voice Sofia and her royal cohorts
Rival smells blood in the water for SpongeBob’s network; Kung-Fu Panda to the rescue?
Eschewing her former rock leanings, the most talented starlet to come out of the Disney Channel stable now finds herself torn between silly rhythmic-pop fluff...
‘Sonny with a Chance’ will restructure while the 18-year-old singing star deals with ‘emotional and physical issues’
“Madison High” is currently in development, but the channel has already begun casting
Disney says the show was always intended to end, and denies series was axed
New kiddie cable venture increases audience by 500 percent in its Sunday launch
With their new channel to launch Sunday, Nickelodeon, Hasbro and Discovery Communications need kids (and parents) to love the ’80s
Audiences may love them on the Disney Channel and in “Twilight” but won’t pay money to see these actors in more grown-up roles