Disney Channel, Disney XD Details Full Panel Line-up for San Diego Comic-Con

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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.

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Disney Animation to Present First-Ever Panel at National Press Club; Event Open to Public

Disney Television Animation is slated to present the Emmy Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated series, “Phineas and Ferb,” and hit innovative comedy series, “Fish Hooks,” at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, July 13 from 7:00 pm – 9 pm. This presentation marks the National Press Club’s first-ever animation panel.

“It’s an honor to be invited to present our panel at the National Press Club, and have the opportunity to showcase our top two animated series, as well as highlight our upcoming programming slate to the Young Members Committee,” said Eric Coleman, senior vice president, Original Programming, Disney Television Animation.

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Disney Channel Renews ‘Fish Hooks,’ Orders New Series ‘Gravity Falls’ from Disney Television Animation

Disney Television Animation has reeled in a second-season pick-up of Disney Channel’s animated comedy series “Fish Hooks” and an order for a new animated Disney Channel comedy series, “Gravity Falls,” each creator-driven series from noteworthy storytellers Noah Z. Jones and Alex Hirsch. The announcement was made today by Eric Coleman, Senior Vice President, Original Series, Disney Television Animation.

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Video Sneak Peek: Disney Channel’s ‘Fish Hooks’

'Fish Hooks' © Disney Channel. All Rights Reserved.Disney Channel has just provided us with these two sneak peeks at the upcoming preview of its new animated series Fish Hooks, the tales of three tween fish navigating the perils of high school. The series will premiere on Disney Channel beginning September 24, but viewers will get a chance to preview the series tomorrow night following the premiere of Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam.

In the preview episode, titled “Bea Stays in the Picture,” Bea (Chelsea Staub) asks Milo (Kyle Massey) and Oscar (Justin Roiland) to help her get back a bad school photo from yearbook editor Clamantha before it’s published.  Oscar distracts Clamantha by taking her on a date while Bea and Milo sneak into the yearbook office to retrieve the photo.

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Disney Channel Original Toon ‘Fish Hooks’ to Debut September 24, Special Preview Sept 3

'Fish Hooks' © Disney Channel. All Rights Reserved.“Fish Hooks,” an imaginative, eye-catching and funny animated series revolving around three tweens, Milo, Bea and Oscar (who happen to be fish), as they navigate the choppy waters of high school, will premiere FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. An 11-minute preview of the series will get the coveted timeslot following “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” on Friday, September 3.

In the preview episode, titled “Bea Stays in the Picture,” Bea asks Milo and Oscar to help her get back a bad school photo from yearbook editor Clamantha before it’s published.  Oscar distracts Clamantha by taking her on a date while Bea and Milo sneak into the yearbook office to retrieve the photo.

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Disney Channel Reels in Animated ‘Fish;’ First Animated Series in Three Years

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Disney Channel has green-lighted “Fish Hooks,” its first animated series in three years.

The cable channel has ordered 21 episodes of the high school comedy, which mixes 2D digital animation and photo collage.

“Fish” revolves around party guy Milo (voiced by Kyle Massey); his neurotic brother, Oscar (Justin Roiland); and an overly dramatic goldfish, Bea (Chelsea Staub). They attend Freshwater High, a school submerged in a giant fish tank in the center of a local pet store. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with friendships, dating and sports as well as such atypical teen issues as giant lobster attacks and school field trips to the hamster cages.

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