Logo description and editions by CuriousGeorge60 and Lukesams

Logo capture by Lukesams

Background: Disney Junior is a children's television block that premiered on February 14, 2011 on Disney Channel replacing Playhouse Disney. Since March 22, 2012, said block became the current 24-hour channel replacing SOAPnet on most providers. However, SOAPnet still survived on some providers as an "automated" network until its end on January 1, 2014.

(February 14, 2011- )

Logo: We see the Disney Junior logo (With the letters in the word, "Junior" with "i" in the Mickey Mouse outfit with a Mickey Mouse head as a dot, bouncing in a few times and has "DiSNEY" in its corporate font above "Junior"), zooming out. After that, fireworks fly behind the logo.


  • On some episodes of Little Einsteins (namely the "Incredible Shrinking Machine" episode), you can briefly see the Playhouse Disney logo before it cuts to the Disney Junior logo. This is a result of poor plastering job.
  • On one 2013 episode and some 2011 episodes of Art Attack, a copyright notice appears under the logo.
  • A short version exists.

FX/SFX: The Disney Junior logo zooming out, the letters in "Junior" bouncing, and the fireworks flying, which are CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A five note orchestrated tune, or the show's end theme.

Availability: Common. This logo appears on new programs such as Jake and the Never Land Pirates, and Sofia The First. It also appears on new prints of shows that were on Playhouse Disney such as Handy Manny, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and Special Agent Oso, plastering the Playhouse Disney Originals logo, which was originally seen on pre-2011 episodes of said shows.

Scare Factor: None. However, one might find it annoying by it's overused appearances.

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