Toon Disney was an American digital cable and satellite television channel that was owned by the Disney Channels Worldwide a subsidiary of Disney-ABC Television Group. A spin-off of Disney Channel, the channel mostly aired children's animated series and some live action programming. Its format had similarities to those of Discovery Kids, Cartoon Network, and Nicktoons. The channel's target audience was children ages 2â€“12, and children ages 7â€“14 during its nighttime block called Jetix. Toon Disney shut down on February 13, 2009, after a nearly 11-year existence, and was replaced by Disney XD, which has carried some programs previously seen on Toon Disney.
A Spanish audio feed of Toon Disney was available through the SAP option; some cable and satellite systems also offered the Spanish feed as a separate channel.