The Disney Channel launched in the UK on Sky on 1 October 1995 as the first Disney Channel in Europe & outside the United States.
In 1997, Disney Channel adopted a new Mickey Mouse head-shaped logo. The idents mainly used red and blue colors on irregularly shaped objects that formed the logo.
On 1 May 1999, another new logo was launched, with three symmetrical circles forming the iconic Mickey Mouse head shape.
On 15 March 2003, a new logo and graphics were introduced. It began broadcasting in 16:9 widescreen on 14 May 2010. A new set of program mini-idents that would play before the programme would start were launched on 11 September 2010.
On 1 September 2011, a new logo was adopted. On 15 September 2011, an HD version launched on Sky. On 1 June 2012, Disney Channel introduced a refreshed logo and new bumpers and promo layouts. In July 2013, a new website was launched with On Demand services and commercial advertisements started to air.
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On 18 July 2014, the channel has adapted the current logo.
On April 2017, the channel has new bumpers and logo. On 25 June 2020, The Walt Disney Company announced that Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior will be taken off the air at the end of September the same year. And now it is no longer in the UK, Disney encourages people to use their streaming service, Disney+, for Disney Channel, XD, And Junior shows.