Disney XD will present a ‘Night of Premieres’ featuring new episodes of its top-rated series for kids and families, including “Aaron Stone,” guest-starring world champion wrestler Chris Jericho; “Phineas and Ferb,” featuring “High School Musical” star Corbin Bleu; plus the new comedy “Zeke and Luther,” MONDAY, JUNE 22 (7:00-9:30 p.m., ET/PT). The night marks the Season Two debut of “The Spectacular Spider-Man.”
The programming lineup is:
“The Spectacular Spider-Man” (7:00 p.m., ET/PT) – In the season premiere, “Blueprints,” Peter wants to talk to Gwen about their first kiss, but before he gets the chance, Spider-Man has a run-in with the sorcerer Mysterio. Following in the additional brand-new episode, “Destructive Testing,” Peter wrestles with his feelings for both Gwen and Liz, but in the meantime, Kraven the Hunter has arrived to make Spider-Man his prey. The parental guideline is TV-Y7-FV.
“Phineas and Ferb” (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) – In “Let’s Take a Quiz,” Phineas and Ferb produce their own TV game show, and Candace uses the opportunity to get herself on the airwaves, to the surprise of Jeremy and his friend, Coltrane (voiced by Corbin Bleu). Following in “At the Car Wash,” Phineas and Ferb help Isabella and the Fireside Girls meet their car wash fundraising goals by building the world’s most elaborate automatic car wash. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has a device to make everything bigger, and he starts by making mountains out of molehills. The parental guideline is TV-G.
“Zeke and Luther” (8:30 p.m., ET/PT) – In “Donut Jockey,” Zeke and Luther take jobs delivering donuts to earn money for skateboard repairs, but Luther gets into trouble and must find a way to resolve the situation without Zeke’s help. Meanwhile, one of Zeke’s customers develops a crush on him. The parental guideline is TV-Y7.
“Next X” (8:58 p.m., ET/PT) – In this reality sports series developed by Disney XD in association with ESPN, five of the world’s top professional action sports athletes mentor promising young amateurs in their chosen sport, showing them how to crank up the action, hone their technical tricks and skills and to go “big time,” imagining, learning and growing to be the next action sports superstar. Eight short form episodes culminate with a half-hour special in August. The parental guideline is TV G.
“Aaron Stone” (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) – In “Xero Control,” Xero captures the world’s most feared fighter, World Champion Billy “The Body Bag” Cobb (Chris Jericho), to learn the moves necessary to program his combat suit. Aaron Stone is enlisted to rescue Billy Cobb and destroy the combat suit. The parental guideline is TV-Y7-FV.