The premiere of the long-awaited Disney Channel comfort comedy Girl Meets World draws nigh, and at long last the millennials and late Gen X'ers who will make their nieces and nephews watch it with them have a short preview to quench their unending thirst to relive their own childhoods.
While Queen Latifah was marrying all manner of couples at the Grammys on Sunday night, the Disney Channel slipped its own milestone under the radar: the first appearance of a lesbian couple on one of its TV shows.
The Disney Channel is making a live action original movie called Descendants about the hitherto unheard of teenage children of Cruella De Vil, Maleficent, the Evil Queen and Jafar. Chances are that it'll be a total disaster, but, guys, this idea is sooooo good.
The Disney Channel has decided to give Girl Meets World, the sequel to the beloved '90s sitcom Boy Meets World, a full season order. And thusly a whole new generation is treated to at least a season's worth of backyard pep talks, sage advice from elderly professors and threats from 30-year-old high school bullies.
After tonight, Hannah Montana will be no more. Will the series end with carefree Hannah completing a Black Swan-like transition into Can't-Be-Tamed salvia-smoking Miley? Waking up and realizing it was a dream all along? What do you think, readers?
Is Miley Cyrus good for girls' body image? A new study shows that almost half of the characters on children's programs are at a "normal weight." Hm, I've seen the Miley & Mandy show (I know), and that girls is a total waif.• Crisis: Australia is currently beating America for the "fattest country" title, are we really…