Disney XD has released their January programming highlights which include new episodes of TRON: Uprising, Motorcity, Crash & Bernstein and the second season premiere of Ultimate Spider-Man.
Talk about a burn-off… Disney XD has moved premieres of TRON: Uprising and Motorcity to Sunday nights at midnight (ET/PT, technically Monday morning) starting December 2.
November 2012 programming highlights for Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior.
High-wattage star power and notable creative teams from Disney’s favorite series for kids and families are the centerpiece of Disney Channel and Disney XD’s fan meetings at the leading pop culture convention, Comic-Con International 2012, FRIDAY, JULY 13 and SATURDAY, JULY 14 in San Diego.
As we reported on last week, Disney XD’s first Thursday premiere night didn’t fare so well. This week, however, two shows were up and one was down even more.
The ratings for Disney XD’s new Thursday night line-up are in (thanks to The Futon Critic) and it’s not very promising news.
Disney XD delves inside the computer world of The Grid and the people who live there with “TRON: Uprising,” a visually striking new animated television series that follows the heroic journey of a new character, a young program named Beck, who becomes the unlikely leader of a revolution.
Ahead of Disney Channel’s official upfront presentation tomorrow, they are letting some news trickle out early.
After delivering a year of best-ever ratings across each of its kid-driven, family inclusive platforms, and deepening its strong connection with kids and parents, especially moms, Disney showcased an unprecedented amount of new programming that’s to come — an expanded slate of 13 new original series (part of 435 total original episodes in 2011, a 30% increase from last year, not including acquisitions) and additional new titles in the blockbuster Disney Channel Original Movie franchise at its annual presentation to advertisers today at New York’s Gotham Hall.
Disney XD has put “TRON: Uprising” on the grid —a compelling story and visually stunning television series scheduled to premiere in summer 2012 on Disney XD. The story focuses on an era of the “TRON” storyline that transpires after the popular 1982 feature film and before the story in Walt Disney Studios’ upcoming “TRON: Legacy.” Its impressive list of artists, animators, directors, producers and digital technicians includes executive producer/director Charlie Bean (“Robotboy,” “Samurai Jack,” and “Powerpuff Girls”); and consulting producers Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz (both screenwriters of “TRON: Legacy” / executive producers of “Lost”) and Justin Springer (co-producer of “TRON: Legacy”). The series will be preceded by a 10-part “TRON” micro-series launching in Fall 2011 on Disney XD.