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Disney Channels July 2020 Programming Announced

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The Disney Channels July 2020 programming lineup has been announced. Read on to see what is coming to Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior.

Disney Channels July 2020 Programming

Friday, July 3

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Puppy Dog Pals “The Lab Four/Feelin’ Antsy”
(9:00-9:30 A.M. EDT, TV-Y)

“The Lab Four” – When a performance by Bob’s favorite band, The Walruses, is canceled, Bingo and Rolly make it their mission to ensure the show goes on.

“Feelin’ Antsy” – When ants invade Playcare, the pugs must find a way to get them out.

Friday, July 10

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Bluey “Hammerbarn/Featherwand/Dance Mode”
(8:00-8:30 A.M. EDT, TV-Y)

“Hammerbarn” – While on a trip to the store, Bluey and Bingo create their own mini-homes side-by-side in the trolley.

“Featherwand” – When Bingo isn’t invited to Chloe’s party, she uses a magic featherwand to make things incredibly heavy.

“Dance Mode” – After Dad eats her last chip, Bingo is given three chances to put Mum and Dad in “Dance Mode.”

Original Music Special – Premiere on Disney Channel
“Disney Channel Summer Sing-Along”
(8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT, TV-G)

The music special will feature Disney Channel’s family of multitalented stars and special guests as they perform iconic songs from Disney Channel Original Movies and more. With a beach ball to guide the on-screen lyrics, audiences can sing and dance along with their favorite stars to iconic songs from popular movies, including “High School Musical 2,” “Camp Rock 2,” “Let It Shine,” “Descendants 3” and “ZOMBIES.”

Disney Channels July 2020 Programming Announced

Original Music Special – Premiere on Disney Channel
“Radio Disney Presents ARDYs Summer Playlist”
(9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT, TV-G)

Hosted by Laura Marano, the hour-long celebration will showcase iconic moments and performances from the first seven years of the ARDYs, and welcome new performances and special guests. Scheduled to appear are Sia, China Anne McClain with Sierra and Lauryn McClain, Sabrina Carpenter, Now United, Gabby Barrett, Maddie Zeigler, Kenzie Zeigler, Kylie Cantrall, and many more.

Saturday, July 11

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Big City Greens “Desserted/The Gifted”
(8:00-8:21 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“Desserted” – Cricket treats his family to dinner, but Bill is suspicious about how he plans to pay for it. Riki Lindhome (“Garfunkel and Oates”) guest stars as Gina, a waitress. Wendi McLendon-Covey (“The Goldbergs”) returns as Nancy Green.

“The Gifted” – Tilly and Cricket battle to see if Bill lies about liking their Father’s Day gifts.

Original Series – Season Two Premiere on Disney Channel
Amphibia “Handy Anne/Fort in the Road”
(8:21-8:43 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“Handy Anne” – Worried that something bad could happen while they are in Newtopia, Anne decides to disaster-proof the farm.

“Fort in the Road” – Sprig longs for exotic road trip adventures, but Hop Pop’s strict road rules threaten to spoil all of his fun plans.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
The Owl House “Sense and Insensitivity”
(8:43-9:05 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7 FV)

When King becomes a bestselling author, he learns a valuable lesson in reading the fine print.

Sunday, July 12

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
BUNK’D “Manic Moose Day”
(8:00-8:21 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

When Lou’s travel-blogger friend, Sean, visits camp, Lou hopes it will help drive some business. But Lou quickly realizes it may be harder to impress her than expected.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Disney Fam Jam “Bailey & Diaz-Estorga”
(8:21-8:46 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

Trevor Tordjman and Ariel Martin host the family dance competition to see who will be the next family to claim the “Disney Fam Jam” trophy. Choreographer Phil Wright helps the Bailey and Diaz-Estorga families find the joy in performing and encourages them to show their true selves on stage.

Friday, July 17

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Puppy Dog Pals “Suitcase Switcheroo/More Cowbell for Bob”
(9:30-10:00 A.M. EDT, TV-Y)

“Suitcase Switcheroo” – When Bob mixes up his suitcase with another traveler, the pugs head to Spain on a mission to retrieve it. Jaime Camil (“Jane the Virgin”) guest stars as Héctor.

“More Cowbell for Bob” – Bob can’t find his signature instrument for the reunion of his high school rock band.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Sydney to the Max “Rock The Float!”
(8:00-8:23 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

Syd, Olive, Sophia and Emmy are excited that their design for the float honoring brave women was chosen for the annual Portland parade.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Coop & Cami Ask the World “Would You Wrather Be the Wagners?”
(8:23-8:46 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

Coop and Cami decide to pick up their dad’s old tradition of taking the family to see the Duluth Diamond Dogs baseball team.

Saturday, July 18

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Big City Greens “Time Crisis/Gramma Driver”
(8:00-8:21 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“Time Crisis” – Remy’s plan for his whole life is thrown into question when he is unprepared for a violin recital.

“Gramma Driver” – Gramma becomes a rideshare driver, only to find her best customers are thieves. Thomas Middleditch (“Silicon Valley”) and Lauren Lapkus (“Orange Is the New Black”) guest star as thieves, Bash and Bella, respectively.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Amphibia “The Ballad of Hopediah Plantar/Anne Hunter”
(8:21-8:43 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“The Ballad of Hopediah Plantar” – Hop Pop’s efforts to be hailed as a hero amongst some small-town folks backfires when he stands up to the wrong family. Jenifer Lewis (“black-ish”) and Keith Ferguson (“DuckTales”) guest star as Mama Hasselback and Judro Hasselback, respectively.

“Anne Hunter” – When the family is in danger, Anne must put her self-consciousness aside in order to learn the true way of the hunter.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
The Owl House “Adventures in the Elements”
(8:43-9:04 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7 FV)

Luz needs to learn a new spell, so Eda takes her to the most magical place on the island to train.

Sunday, July 19

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Junior
Elena of Avalor “The Lightning Warrior”
(5:00-5:30 P.M. EDT, TV-Y)

Elena gives Victor and Carla a chance to redeem themselves by helping her free Ixlan, an ancient Maruvian princess. Stephanie Beatriz (“Brooklyn Nine‑Nine”) guest stars as Ixlan.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
BUNK’D “Breaking Barb”
(8:00-8:23 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

The Southern Northeast Conference of Camp Directors encourages Lou and Barb to participate in a camp director swap program. Guest-starring Raini Rodriguez as Barb.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Disney Fam Jam “Butson-Luthier & Linberry”
(8:23-8:48 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

The Buston-Luthier and Lineberry families are both bringing their love of dance to the series as they compete for the “Disney Fam Jam” trophy and the $10,000 prize. Choreographer Phil Wright lends his expertise as they learn their routines and offers guidance on how to gain confidence through dance.

Friday, July 24

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Sydney to the Max “The Big Rozalski”
(8:55-9:17 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

In trying to help Olive stand up to her brothers, Sydney learns sibling dynamics are more complicated than she thought.

Saturday, July 25

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Big City Greens “Tilly Style/I, Farmbot”
(8:00-8:21 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“Tilly Style” – When Tilly is mistaken for a baby, she searches the mall for a new look to reflect her maturity.

“I, Farmbot” – Cricket persuades Bill to buy a farming robot in order to get out of chores. Jeff Bennett (“Johnny Bravo”) guest stars as robot F.R.A.N.K. Cheri Oteri (“Saturday Night Live”) returns as Gwendolyn Zapp.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Amphibia “Truck Stop Polly/A Caravan Named Desire”
(8:21-8:43 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

“Truck Stop Polly” – Feeling unappreciated by her family, Polly hatches a plan to make them pay attention to her.

“A Caravan Named Desire” – Hop Pop signs the family up to join a traveling theater troupe, hoping to realize his dream of being an actor. Susan Egan (Disney’s “Hercules”) and Max Mittelman (“Marvel Future Avengers”) guest star as Renee Frodgers and Francis, respectively.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
The Owl House “The First Day”
(8:43-9:05 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7 FV)

During Luz’s first day of Magic School, curiosity gets the best of her, and she finds herself thrown into the Delinquent Track, where she’s not allowed to learn magic. Ally Maki (“Toy Story 4”) and Noah Galvin (ABC’s “The Real O’Neals”) guest star as Viney and Jerbo, respectively.

Sunday, July 26

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Just Roll With It “The Preventers Directive”
(8:00-8:23 P.M. EDT, TV-Y7)

Owen has a crazy dream that he and Blair are part of “The Preventers,” a team of superheroes called together by Sir Liam Gooch to stop Norvin Schnuckle from ruining the town’s bicentennial celebration. Guest-starring Charles Shaughnessy as Sir Liam Gooch and Johnny Pemberton as Lil Pouty.

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Disney Fam Jam “Helton & Koonce”
(8:23-8:48 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

Trevor Tordjman and Ariel Martin host the family dance competition as both the Koonce and Helton families show their sibling bonds and battle it out to see which family will be named the “Disney Fam Jam” champion.

Friday, July 31

Original Series – Episode Premiere on Disney Channel
Mira, Royal Detective “The Rakhi Mystery/Mystery Below the Palace”
(9:00-9:30 A.M. EDT, TV-Y)

“The Rakhi Mystery” – When the bracelets that Mira and her friends made for the Rakhi holiday disappear, Mira sets out to find them before the celebration starts.

“Mystery Below the Palace” – When strange sounds are heard at the palace, Queen Shanti asks Mira to find out what is causing the ruckus.

Disney Channel Original Movie – Premiere on Disney Channel
Upside-Down Magic
(8:00-9:45 P.M. EDT, TV-G)

In this enchanting fantasy movie based on the New York Times bestselling children’s book, Nory and her best friend Reina enter the Sage Academy for Magical Studies, where Nory’s unconventional powers land her in a class for those with wonky, or “upside-down,” magic. Undaunted, Nory sets out to prove that that upside-down magic can be just as powerful as right-side-up.

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Mirko Parlevliet has been reporting on the entertainment industry since 1998 and founded VitalThrills.com to cover movie, TV, video game, music, and theme park news.

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