Ready for some more Disney?
LOL, well too bad if you're not.
The Disney Channel has announced that they're launching a new 24-hour network, aimed at the "preschool-plus" market and will begin broadcasting on March 23.
The new channel, Disney Junior, is said to replace SOAPnet on most cable providers and will include a new show called Doc McStuffins, which follows the tales of a six-year-old girl and her ability to speak with her stuffed animals.
Existing programs like Micky Mouse Clubhouse, Little Einsteins, Handy Manny, Rolie Polie Olie, and Jake and the Never Land Pirates will also be added the network's roster.
Parents, don't fret if your cable provider doesn't include the new Disney Junior channel as The Disney Channel will continue to include the Disney Junior programming block.
Kids are going to craaaAAaaazy for this!
In case your kids don't love the Disney franchise already, they certainly will now!
To see a promo for the new channel, press play above!