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Amphibia is an American animated series created by Matt Braly. The series premiered on June 14, 2019 on DisneyNOW and YouTube and on June 17, 2019 on Disney Channel.

On May 15, 2019, ahead of the series premiere, Disney Channel renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on July 11, 2020.[1]

On June 23, 2020, the series was renewed for a third season, ahead of the second season premiere.[2] On Reddit, Matt stated that Amphibia would have three acts, which means that the third season will be the final season of the show.[3]

The series ended on May 14, 2022, with "The Hardest Thing", the final part to the three-part conclusion that began with "The Beginning of the End" on April 30, 2022, followed by the show's penultimate episode, "All In" on May 7, 2022.

Premise[]

Main article: Timeline

Amphibia chronicles the adventures of 13-year-old Anne Boonchuy, who is magically transported to the fantastical world of Amphibia, a rural marshland full of frog-people. There she meets an excitable young frog named Sprig Plantar, his unpredictable sister Polly and overprotective grandpa Hop Pop. With Sprig's help, Anne will transform into a hero and discover the first true friendship of her life.

Production information[]

Braly conceived the idea for the series as production on Gravity Falls was wrapping up around 2014 and 2015.[4] By early 2015, he was already doing the first concept drawings of the main characters.[5] The series was already in development with its pilot by 2016,[6] while the first season was greenlit for began production in April 2017.[7]

On February 23, 2018, Disney Channel greenlit the series, alongside The Owl House.[8] According to Matt Braly on a tweet, the development for Amphibia had taken "almost two years" before it was picked up in February 2018.[9] Sixty or so theme song submissions, including Welcome to Amphibia, No Big Deal,[10] and Right Where I Need To Be, were given to the crew.[11] On Twitter, many of the production crew announced their involvement in the series.

On March 27, 2019, it was announced that Brenda Song would star in the series as the voice of Anne Boonchuy.[12] In April 2019, Justin Felbinger was announced as the voice of Sprig Plantar. On May 15, 2019, the series was renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere, along with the announcement of Bill Farmer and Amanda Leighton being casting as the voices of Hop Pop Plantar and Polly Plantar respectively.[1]

The series was renewed for a third season on June 23, 2020, ahead of the second season premiere.[2] The season was later confirmed by many crew members as the last for the series. On May 3, 2022, Matt Braly announced on Twitter that the production of the third season and the series overall had ended, with the final episode being delivered to the network.[13]

Cast[]

Main cast[]

Supporting cast[]

Recurring/Guest-starring cast[]

Crew[]

Producers[]

  • Matt Braly - Series creator, executive producer, writer, storyboard artist
  • Jack Ferraiolo - Co-producer, writer, story editor

Directors[]

  • Joe Johnston - Director, storyboard artist
  • Jenn Strickland - Director, storyboard artist
  • Kyler Spears - Director, storyboard artist
  • Derek Kirk Kim - Director, storyboard artist
  • Bert Youn - Director
  • Roxann Cole - Director
  • Ian Worrel - Art director
  • Jacob Streilein - Art director
  • Philip Vose - Art director, location designer, background painter
  • Amy Huang - Art director, color designer
  • Sun Jae Lee - Art director, lead location designer
  • Doug Thoms - Storyboard director/artist/revisionist, Timing director
  • Aaron Drown - Casting director
  • Jennifer Trujillo - Casting director
  • Eden Riegel - Voice director
  • Ivan Sayon - Technical director
  • Scott Carpenter - Technical director
  • Ivan Sayon - Technical director
  • Christina Halstead - Technical director
  • Scott Rossman - Technical director
  • Scott Carpenter - Technical director
  • Erik Girndt - Technical director
  • Heather Kahler - Technical director
  • Vesela Stamenova - Technical director
  • Robert King - Technical director
  • Helen Roh - Lead timing director
  • Jungja Wolf - Timing director
  • Herb Moore - Timing director
  • Dave Lyman - Timing director
  • Eric Bryan - Timing director
  • Sherie Pollack - Timing director
  • Kimson Albert - Timing director
  • Don Judge - Timing director

Writers[]

Animators[]

  • Silver Paul - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Nate Maurer - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Andrew Applegate - Storyboard artist
  • Eleisiya Arocha - Storyboard artist
  • Cassie Zwart - Storyboard artist
  • Eddie West - Storyboard artist
  • Inbal Breda - Storyboard artist
  • Kervin Faria - Storyboard artist
  • Danny Ducker - Storyboard artist
  • Alex Swanson - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Hannah Ayoubi - Storyboard artist
  • Cheyenne Curtis - Storyboard artist
  • Aaron Austin - Storyboard artist
  • Steve Wolfhard - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Anna O'Brian - Storyboard artist
  • Alexandria Kwan - Storyboard artist
  • Kim Roberson - Storyboard artist, supervising director
  • Rachel Paek - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Paul H. Brown - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Anna Lencioni - Storyboard artist/revisionist
  • Yonatan Tal - Storyboard artist
  • Caitlin Rose Boyle - Storyboard revisionist
  • Mike Sobieski - Storyboard revisionist
  • Rhya Voskuil - Storyboard revisionist
  • Joe Sparrow - Lead character designer
  • Brandon Wu - Lead character designer
  • Catharina Sukiman - Character/prop designer
  • Sarah Craig - Character designer
  • Charlie Nagelhout - Character designer
  • Joey McCormick - Location designer
  • Faith Schaffer - Location designer
  • Britney Thoreson - Location designer
  • Alex De La Fuente Sibert - Location designer
  • Elle Michalka - Location designer
  • Limei Z. Hshieh - Location design
  • Kate Wong - Prop designer
  • Bryan Bae - Prop designer
  • Kyle Capps - Prop designer
  • David Lee - Prop designer
  • Joe McGrory - Prop designer
  • Khari Cephas - Prop designer
  • Jessica Vaillant - Prop designer
  • Megan Willoughby - Prop designer
  • Tim Allen - Prop desginer
  • Aaron Painter - Prop designer
  • Andy Gonsalves - Prop designer
  • Patrick Bryson - Background painter
  • Charles Hilton - Background painter
  • Gina Garavalia - Background painter
  • Peggy Shi - Background painter
  • Alexander Duckworth - Background painter
  • Casey Stone-Pirrie - Background painter
  • Wendy Park - Background painter
  • Andy Garner-Flexner - Color designer
  • Marcos Cohen - Color designer
  • Emily M. Cole - Color designer
  • D.J. Kirkland-DeJesus - Color designer
  • Shawn Responts - Color designer, digital coordinator
  • Jaison Duell Wilson - Color designer

Music[]

Editors[]

  • Andrew Sorcini - Film/animatic editor
  • Ryan Burkhard - Animatic editor
  • Yoonah Yim - Animatic editor
  • Julie Ann Lau - Animatic editor
  • David Vasquez - Assistant editor
  • Jennifer Calbi - Animatic editor
  • Jhoanne Reyes - Animatic editor
  • Shawn LeMonnier - Animatic editor
  • John Royer - Animatic editor
  • Mark Bollinger - Assistant editor
  • Louis Russell - Assistant editor
  • Jenny Jordan - Assistant editor
  • Huy Luong - Assistant editor
  • Peter Truss - Assistant editor

Sound[]

  • Sam Busekrus - Sound editor
  • Mark Stephan Kondracki - Supervising dialogue mixer/engineer/editor
  • Kate Finan - Supervising sound editor
  • Carol Ma - Foley editor
  • Natalia Saavedra Brychcy - Sound effects editor
  • Xinyue Yu - Dialogue editor
  • Eric Freeman - Re-recording mixer
  • Jordan King - Original dialogue mixer, dialogue engineer
  • Mak Kellerman - Sound effects editor
  • Zanne Hanna - Assistant sound editor
  • Brad Meyer - Supervising/lead sound editor
  • Hilary Jiawen Long - Original/supervising dialogue mixer
  • Dave Peter Whitelock - Sound
  • Jim Harrison - Track reader
  • Steve Frend - Dialogue engineer
  • Johnathan Lopez - Dialogue editor
  • Brandon J. Perry - Recording engineer
  • James N. Harrison - Track reader
  • Katie Jackson - Sound effects editor
  • Danny Reeves ADR recordist
  • Henry Willard - Voiceover recording engineer (for Archie Yates)
  • Paul McGrath - ADR mixer (uncredited)

Misc[]

  • Kameron J. Moore - Digital coordinator
  • Brandon Swofford - Digital coordinator
  • Jenna Kim - Production associate/coordinator
  • Ally Tai - Production associate
  • Priscila Santos - Production associate
  • Mable Truong - Production associate
  • Todd P. Stevenson - Production associate/coordinator
  • Treasure Rawson - Post-production coordinator
  • Annushka Almendros - Production coordinator
  • Allysa Molder - Production coordinator
  • Dakota Gerard - Production coordinator
  • Wendy Guin - Production manager
  • Vahe Haytaian - Technical assistant
  • Sahasak Kemasith - Production secretary
  • Robin Budd - Supervising director
  • Ron Earhart - Production control
  • Fawn Testa - Production control
  • Brandon Swofford - Digital coordinator
  • Dawn Connors - Script coordinator
  • Leona Beckert - Script coordinator
  • Denise Kress - Script coordinator

Oversea animation studios[]

Episodes[]

The episodes are usually split into two 11-minute segments. The first season finale "Reunion" is the first full-length episode of the series. Full-length episodes of the series are split into 21x7 parts.

Rough Draft Korea, Sunmin Image Pictures, and Saerom Animation each provides animation for the episodes, and it takes about nine months for each episode to be complete.[14]

Main article: List of Amphibia episodes
Series
Season Episodes Production Codes Start date End Date Avg. viewers

(millions) (U.S. only)

Full Segments
1 20 39 101-120 June 17, 2019 July 18, 2019 0.41
2 20 36 201-220 July 11, 2020 May 22, 2021 0.36
3 18 31 301-319 October 2, 2021 May 14, 2022 0.32
Shorts
Short Series Shorts Production Codes Start Date End Date
Teen Girl in a Frog World 5 101-105 September 3, 2019 October 1, 2019
Wild Amphibia 4 101-104 November 13, 2019 December 4, 2019
Chibi Tiny Tales 6 TBA June 7, 2020 July 12, 2020

International release[]

Country Language Channel Premiere date Title Source
Canada Canada English Disney Channel June 22, 2019 Amphibia
French
United Kingdom United Kingdom English July 6, 2019
Malta Malta
Japan Japan Japanese August 2, 2019 (Sneak preview)September 1, 2019 (Official) ふしぎの国 アンフィビア [15]
Latin America Latin America Argentina Spanish (Latin America) Disney Channel

Disney XD

August 3, 2019 (Sneak preview)August 5, 2019 (Official) Amphibia [16]
Brazil Portuguese (Brazil)
India India Hindi Disney Channel August 11, 2019 [17]
Tamil
Telugu
Australia Australia English August 18, 2019
New Zealand New Zealand
Netherlands Netherlands Dutch September 2, 2019 [18]
Hong Kong Hong Kong Cantonese Chinese September 8, 2019 蛙!小安的奇幻之旅 [19]
Taiwan Taiwan Mandarin Chinese 蛙!小安的奇幻之旅 [20]
Southeast Asia Southeast Asia English September 9, 2019 Amphibia [21]
Indonesia Indonesian
Malaysia Malay
Thailand Thai แอมฟิเบีย
Vietnam Vietnamese

(subtitles)

Thế Giới Lưỡng Cư
South Korea South Korea Korean September 18, 2019 신비한 개구리 나라 앰피비아 [22]
Italy Italy Italian October 5, 2019 Anfibia
Russia Russia Russian October 14, 2019 Амфибия
France France French October 21, 2019 Amphibia [23]
Switzerland Switzerland
Belgium Belgium [24]
Middle East and North Africa Middle East and North Africa English
Arabic مغامرات ضفدعية
Greece Greece Greek Αμφίβια
Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgarian December 9, 2019 Амфибия
Romanian
Romania Romania Amfibienii
Spain Spain Spanish Disney XD January 11, 2020 Anfibilandia [25]
Disney Channel April 6, 2020 [26]
Germany Germany German Disney Channel February 17, 2020 Amphibia [27]
Czech Republic Czechia Czech March 2, 2020 Anna mezi obojživelníky [28]
Slovakia Slovakia
Hungary Hungary Hungarian Békaland
Israel Israel Hebrew March 8, 2020 אמפיביה
Globe of Scandinavia Scandinavia English Disney XD March 23, 2020 Amphibia
Denmark Danish
Norway Norwegian
Sweden Swedish
Finland Finnish

(subtitles)

Russian
Poland Poland Polish Disney XD Płazowyż [29]
Ukraine Ukraine Ukrainian PlusPlus August 20, 2020 Амфібія
Portugal Portugal European Portuguese Disney Channel September 14, 2020 Anfibilândia
Albania Albania Albanian Çufo January 10, 2022 Amfibia [30]

Awards and nominations[]

Award Category Nominee Result Source
2019 Ursa Major Awards Best Dramatic or Short Work Bert YounDerek Kirk Kim Nominated
48th Annie Awards Best Character Design "The Shut-In!" (Joe Sparrow) Won [31]
2021 NAMIC Vision Awards Animation Amphibia Nominated [32][33]
48th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Children's Animated Series Amphibia Nominated [34][35]
49th Annie Awards Best TV/Media - Children "True Colors" Nominated [36][37]
Best Direction Kyler Spears & Jenn Strickland ("True Colors") Nominated
Best Editorial - TV/Media Jennifer Calbi, Julie Anne Lau, Andrew Sorcini, David Vasquez & Yoonah Yim ("True Colors") Nominated
33rd GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids and Family Programming Amphibia Nominated [38]
50th Annie Awards Best Character Design - TV/Media Joe Sparrow ("The Hardest Thing") Nominated [39]
Best Editorial - TV/Media Andrew Sorcini, Yoonah Yim, Jennifer Calbi, Julie Anne Lau, Louis Russell ("All In") Nominated
34th GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids and Family Programming - Animated Amphibia Nominated [40]

Gallery

Gallery promo
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Production artwork[]

For a compilation of the production artwork from Amphibia, you can see this page.

Videos[]

Trivia[]

  • Amphibia is an official sister show to The Owl House[41] and was originally scheduled to air alongside it in 2019, before the latter was delayed to 2020.
  • The show was originally titled "Amphibiland" but it had to be changed due to legal issues.[42]
  • "Grubhog Day" was the very first episode of Amphibia, written and boarded in production of the entire series.[43]
  • According to Matt Braly, the series was intended to contain many fantasy elements (as shown in the pilot), but those were toned down for the series in response to the success of the Nickelodeon series The Loud House.[44][45][46]
  • Anne, Sprig, Polly and Hop Pop are the only characters officially registered with the United States Copyright Office, with their respective registration numbers being VAu001361181, VAu001361182, VAu00136117 and VAu001361180.
  • Four episodes ("Prison Break", "Toadcatcher", "Barrel's Warhammer" and "The Core & The King") do not feature the main characters (five, if Marcy's hallucination in "Olivia & Yunan" is excluded).
    • Interestingly, these episodes are all the second segments of their respective episodes.
  • Many references have been made to Amphibia in popular culture, many of which are from its sister series The Owl House.
  • After the premiere of the series' finale on May 14, 2022, regular reruns of the series left Disney Channel one week later with a final rerun of "Mother of Olms"/"Grime's Pupil".[47] Although Disney Channel would later only air reruns during special occasions, the series continued to regularly air on Disney XD until it left its programming schedule on July 28, 2023 with a final rerun of "Swamp and Sensibility"/"Wax Museum",[48][49] after which it would seldom air on that channel as well. The series remains available on transactional video on demand services and Disney+.
  • The series takes place around mid 2019 - early 2020.

External links[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Animated Comedy Amphibia Gets Early Season 2 Order at Disney Channel". The Hollywood Reporter (May 15, 2019).
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Disney Channel Renews ‘Amphibia’ For Season 3; Kermit The Frog, Jenifer Lewis, George Takei And More To Guest Star On Season 2". Deadline (June 23, 2020).
  3. Braly, Matt (August 22, 2020). "I'm Matt Braly, creator and executive producer of Amphibia - Ask me anything!!!" (Reddit AMA post). “Spoilers, but this is a 3 act story and we are in the 2nd act.”
  4. "Matt Braly on Bringing Thai American Representation to Disney Channel's "Amphibia"". CAAM (June 13, 2019).
  5. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (August 1, 2022). "Cleaning an old hard drive - these drawings are from early 2015" (Tweet). Twitter.
  6. Jack Ferraiolo [@jackferraiolo] (May 10, 2022). "This is the very first email I received from @Radrappy about #amphibia. Not info about the show, or criticism about my writing as I flailed about, trying to figure out his world (and often missing the mark). It was considerate and supportive and lovely, because that's who he is." (Tweet). Twitter.
  7. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (April 13, 2021). Exactly 4 years ago today we got our S1 greenlight for #amphibia. These shows take a long time to make. (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2022-06-21.
  8. "Disney TV Animation Will Produce 2 New Series: ‘Amphibia’ and ‘The Owl House’". Cartoon Brew (February 23, 2018).
  9. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (Jun 28, 2021). "Amphibia is a labor of love that was in development for ALMOST TWO YEARS! Development can be a crazy roller coaster of ups and downs and I wouldn't be here without the love and support of so many wonderful people." (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2021-08-12.
  10. Matt Braly [@Radrappy] (December 16, 2022). ""No Big Deal" was one of about SIXTY compositions with lyrics that we listened to back in 2018 while searching for a theme song ("Welcome to Amphibia" was in that batch as well)" (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2022-12-17.
  11. Matt Braly [@Radrappy] (June 23, 2024). "I was given around 60 of these (all with lyrics & from different writers) and was told I HAD to pick one. For a while I pretended to be okay with "Welcome to Amphibia" until I could find the political leverage to fight the mandate." (Tweet). Twitter.
  12. "Brenda Song Returns to Disney Channel in Animated Series Amphibia". Deadline (March 27, 2019).
  13. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (May 3, 2022). Announcement of series' production ending (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2022-05-04. “We just now have delivered the final episode of #amphibia - it is ready for air.”
  14. https://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/the-perfect-leap-matt-bralys-amphibia-hops-to-disney-channel/
  15. ディズニー・チャンネル公式 [@disneychanneljp] (Aug 27, 2019). "9月1日(日)新番組登場!
    なぜか突然カエルの世界にワープした少女、アンの摩訶不思議な冒険。

    「ふしぎの国 アンフィビア」
    毎週日曜午前11時30分から #ディズニーチャンネル で!
    詳しくは→ http://bit.ly/2Ht8f4f"
    (Tweet) (Japanese). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2021-04-30. “New program will be released on September 1st (Sunday)!
    A mysterious adventure of Anne, a girl who suddenly warped into the world of frogs.
    "Amphibia, the Land of Wonders"
    Every Sunday at 11:30 am on #Disney Channel!
    For more information → http://bit.ly/2Ht8f4f”
  16. https://youtu.be/pZAHFYkyBJQ
  17. Unknown SparkN (August 1, 2019). Disney's Amphibia Hindi Promo | Disney Channel India (Video) (Hindi). YouTube. Unknown SparkN YouTube channel. Archived from the original on 2022-04-12.
  18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSXxh5ImfHM
  19. https://nowplayer.now.com/ondemand/detail?id=S201909200093284&type=series
  20. https://disney.com.tw/amphibia
  21. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCu3ftivJFo
  22. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlkKGe3H-OI
  23. Disney Channel MAG [@DCMagOff] (Sep 20, 2019). "La série d’animation #Amphibia avec la belle Brenda Song (@BrendaSong) en VO arrive à partir de ce lundi 21 octobre prochain sur @DisneyChannelFR!!" (Tweet) (French). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2019-09-20. “The #Amphibia animated series starring the beautiful Brenda Song (@BrendaSong) in her original version arrives next Monday, October 21 on @DisneyChannelEN!!”
  24. https://www.yeloplay.be/tv/amphibia-nl/disney-vl/21-oktober-2019/16-52
  25. https://tv.disney.es/ver/anfibilandia-en-disney-xd-599fddedf0f32ebd6b4f2a72
  26. https://youtu.be/9bmfuVc0sPg
  27. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXHq8FEGapM
  28. https://port.hu/cikk/gyerek/jon-a-bekaland/article-63596
  29. Płazowyż on Polish Wikipedia
  30. "Cufo TV • ponedjeljak, 10. siječnja 2022. • TvProfil".
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  33. "NAMIC Vision Awards".
  34. Braly, Matt (June 28, 2021). "Matt Braly's twitter" (Tweet).
  35. Deadline (June 28, 2021). "Daytime Emmy Awards".
  36. "Disney Animation Promo's twitter" (Tweet). Twitter (December 21, 2021).
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  38. "Disney Animation Promo's twitter" (Tweet). Twitter (January 19, 2022).
  39. Pederson, Erik (January 17, 2023). "Annie Awards Nominations". Deadline. Retrieved on 2023-01-18.
  40. GLAAD (January 18, 2023). "34th GLAAD Media Awards Nominees". Retrieved on 2023-01-20.
  41. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (Feb 24, 2018). "I am utterly delighted to be sister shows with @DanaTerrace and The Owl House. I was a big fan before we worked together and an even bigger fan afterwards. This has been an incredible day and I’m so happy we got to share it!" (Tweet). Archived from the original on 2021-04-10. Retrieved 2023-04-14 – via Twitter.
  42. Braly, Matt (August 22, 2020). "I'm Matt Braly, creator and executive producer of Amphibia - Ask me anything!!!" (Reddit AMA post). “The name was taken by a graphic novel I believe? It was legal.”
  43. Braly, Matt [@Radrappy] (Feb 2, 2021). "HAPPY GRUB-I mean GROUNDHOG DAY! Grubhog Day was actually the ✨VERY first✨ episode of #amphibia written and boarded in production. It was what we call a "banked board." Seeing this clip brings back all sorts of very happy memories. @justinfelbinger sounds so young!" (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2021-02-02.
  44. Braly, Matt (August 22, 2020). I'm Matt Braly, creator and executive producer of Amphibia - Ask me anything!!! (Post) (English). Reddit. u/Matt_Braly. Archived from the original on 2021-10-21. Retrieved on 2022-03-14. “3. The pilot really deserves its own discussion but the only thing I miss is how grimey and mystical that version of Amphibia seemed. In development, I got explicit notes that the studio was no longer interested in adventure or magic so we tried to tilt away from that stuff a bit. Or at least...saved it for later :)”
  45. MovieFan222 (August 22, 2020). I'm Matt Braly, creator and executive producer of Amphibia - Ask me anything!!! (Post) (English). Reddit. u/Krusty901. Archived from the original on 2021-10-19. Retrieved on 2022-03-13. “3.) Maybe Disney was worried it would be too similar to Owl House.”
  46. Braly, Matt (August 22, 2020). I'm Matt Braly, creator and executive producer of Amphibia - Ask me anything!!! (Post) (English). Reddit. u/Matt_Braly. Archived from the original on 2022-03-13. Retrieved on 2022-03-13. “OH hadn't even been pitched to Disney when we were dealing with this note. It had more to do with Loud House being successful ironically.”
  47. Disney Schedule Archive [@DisneySchedules] (May 15, 2022). "Reruns of #Amphibia won't stick around much longer, they'll leave Disney Channel's lineup after Saturday, May 21. Catch full episodes over on Disney XD, and streaming on DisneyNOW and on Disney+." (Tweet). Archived from the original on 2022-05-15. Retrieved 2022-05-31 – via Twitter.
  48. Disney Schedule Archive [@DisneySchedules] (Jul 23, 2023). "Disney XD's schedule for 7/24-7/30.

    New to XD episodes of Moon Girl, Hailey's On It!, Beyblade Burst, and Yu-Gi-Oh! continue."
    (Tweet). Archived from the original on 2023-08-15. Retrieved 2023-08-16 – via Twitter.
  49. Disney Schedule Archive [@DisneySchedules] (Aug 4, 2023). "Forgot to mention this but Amphibia is off the Disney XD schedule now. Don't know if it'll return. Full series is streaming on Disney+." (Tweet). Archived from the original on 2023-08-15. Retrieved 2023-08-16 – via Twitter.
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