List of Disney XD TV channels

Disney XD is a brand of children's TV channels, targeting young males,[1] owned by The Walt Disney Company. Since its American debut on February 13, 2009, the brand has been picked up by broadcasters from many other countries. The channel was formerly known as Toon Disney and/or Jetix in most areas.

Channel Countries served Notes
Disney XD United States Formerly Toon Disney and Jetix, it is the flagship channel for the brand.
Disney XD (Brazil) Brazil Formerly Fox Kids and Jetix, launched July 3, 2009.
Disney XD (Canada) east Canada Launched June 1, 2011.
Disney XD (Canada) west Canada Three hour delay of east Canada feed.
Disney XD (France) France [2]
Disney XD (Germany) Austria
Formerly Fox Kids and Jetix, launched October 9, 2009.
Disney XD (Greece and Cyprus) Cyprus
Formerly Jetix, launched October 3, 2009.
Disney XD (Italy) Italy [3]
Disney XD (India) India [4]
Disney XD (Japan) Japan [5]
Disney XD (Latin America) Central Colombia
Dominican Republic
and some Central America countries
Formerly Fox Kids and Jetix, launched July 3, 2009.
Disney XD (Latin America) Pacific Bolivia
Formely Fox Kids and Jetix. Launched July, 2009.
Disney XD (Latin America) South Argentina
Formerly Fox Kids and Jetix, launched July 3, 2009.
Disney XD (Malaysia) Malaysia Launched September 15, 2012.[6][7]
Disney XD (Mexico) Mexico Formerly Fox Kids and Jetix, launched July 3, 2009.
Disney XD (Netherlands and Flanders) Belgium
Launched January 1, 2010.
Disney XD (Scandinavia) Denmark
Formerly Jetix and Toon Disney, launched September 12, 2009.
Disney XD (Singapore) Singapore
and other Asian countries
Disney XD (Poland) Poland [9]
Disney XD (Russia) Kazakhstan
Commonwealth of Independent States
Internet only channel.
Disney XD (Serbia) Serbia [10]
Disney XD (South Africa) South Africa [11]
Disney XD (Spain) Spain [12]
Disney XD (Turkey) Turkey [13]
Disney XD (United Kingdom and Ireland) Ireland
United Kingdom
Launched August 31, 2009.


See also

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