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2010–2011 2011–2020 (primary), 2020–2024 (secondary) 2020–2024 (primary), 2024–present (secondary) 2024–present

Disney Jr. (formerly Disney Junior and Playhouse Disney) is an American pay television network that is owned by the Walt Disney Television unit of The Walt Disney Company through Disney Branded Television. Aimed mainly at children under 8 years, its programming consists of original first-run television series and select other third-party programming.

Playhouse Disney (first era)[]

1999–2001[]

Playhouse-disney-1999-recreation
Designer:  Beehive
Typography:  Jacoby (Playhouse)
Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Launched:  February 1, 1999

After The Disney Channel premiered three new original preschool series in 1998 (PB&J Otter, Rolie Polie Olie, and Out of the Box), the block became Playhouse Disney on February 1, 1999.

2000–2011[]

Playhouse Disney 2000
Designer:  Beehive
Typography:  Jacoby (Playhouse)
Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Launched:  April 2000

Playhouse Disney Channel[]

2001–2002[]

Playhouse Disney logo (1999-2001)
Designer:  Beehive
Typography:  Jacoby (Playhouse)
Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Helvetica Rounded Black
Countryhouse Medium (Promos & Bumpers)
Launched:  Spring 2001

In Spring 2001, Playhouse Disney was renamed to Playhouse Disney Channel (although the channel was still using its previous name in advertising) and was given a new look. Even though the Mickey TV set version of this logo was phased out in 2002, the version without it continued to be used until 2011.

Playhouse Disney (second era)[]

2002–2011[]

Playhouse Disney logo
Designer:  Beehive
CASquare
Primal Screen
On-air:
Beehive (2002-2007)
CASquare (2002-2011)
Primal Screen (2002-2011)
Typography:  Jacoby (Playhouse)
Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
On-air:
Countryhouse Medium (2002-2007)
Placard Bold Condensed (2002-2007)
Latin CT Not Wide (2007-2011)
Cifra (2007-2011)
Launched:  September 30, 2002

Alongside Disney Channel, on September 30, 2002, the block got a rebrand and the word "CHANNEL" was dropped from its name again, thus the original name was reinstated although the word "CHANNEL" was still used in the first version of this logo until 2003.

2010–2011[]

Playhouse Disney (2010)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Jacoby (Playhouse)
Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Launched:  May 29, 2010

On May 29, 2010, Playhouse Disney updated its on-air look and began using a logo similar to the Disney Channel logo from that same year.

Disney Junior[]

2011–2024 (primary), 2024–present (secondary)[]

2011–2020 (primary), 2020–2024 (secondary)[]

Disney Junior
Designer:  We Are Royale
Typography:  Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Futura Extra Bold (Junior)
Disney Junior ML V2 (custom on-air typeface)
Launched:  February 14, 2011

In November 2010, it announced that Disney would replace Playhouse Disney with a new children's programming brand under the name of Disney Junior, bringing to an end of the "Playhouse" era after 12 years of its existence. The network didn't launch until February 14, 2011. It would later be transferred into a TV channel replacing Soapnet on some providers on March 23, 2012.

2020–2024 (primary), 2024–present (secondary)[]

Disney Junior Logo 2020
Logopedia InfoWhite SVG NEEDED
Designer:  We Are Royale
Typography:  Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Futura Extra Bold
Launched:  June 1, 2020

In 2020, the Mickey Mouse head as the dot in "i" was slightly changed to more closely resemble the character model as seen in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Mickey Mouse Roadster Racers, Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures and Mickey Mouse Funhouse. Moreover, a shadow was added beneath the letters "Junior". However, the previous logo is still used in international markets, in several bumpers, and generally as a secondary variant.

Despite the channel shortening its logo and rebranding as Disney Jr. on June 1, 2024, this logo is still used on international markets and in the United States as a transition piece to the rebrand with the logo shown below.

Disney Jr.[]

2024–present[]

DisneyJr3Dver
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom wordmark (Disney logo)
Futura Extra Bold (Jr., modified)
NewNord Extended Heavy (on-air)
Launched:  May 8, 2024 (promos)
June 1, 2024 (official)

A new logo was submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office in January 2024, stylized as DJr.[1]

The full version, now under the name Disney Jr., eventually began to roll out and made its first appearance with promos for the upcoming series Ariel and the stage event Disney Jr. Live on Tour: Let's Play! in May 2024 before officially taking effect on June 1, 2024.

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