This is a list of television programs that aired on Jetix around the world.

Jetix Animation Concepts

Jetix Animation Concepts was a joint-venture between Walt Disney Television Animation and Jetix Europe N.V. for producing shows that would air on Jetix channels and blocks all across the world.[1]

Jetix Europe co-produced shows

Shows co-produced by Jetix Europe N.V.

Note: Disney France owned 49% of SIP Animation (a former subsidiary of Saban Entertainment until 2002) which closed after the full acquisition of Jetix Europe N.V. in 2009

Jetix original broadcast series

The shows that premiered under the Jetix brand with Toon Disney but weren't produced by the network.

Note: Disney owned Saban Entertainment which held the Power Rangers franchise before being sold in 2010 after the closure of Jetix.

Jetix Play

This is a list of programs that aired on Jetix Play, a sister channel of Jetix that was available in Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and Middle East.[32]

United States

For list of Jetix programs airing on Toon Disney and ABC Family, see List of programs broadcast by Jetix (block).

Marathons

Europe

India

Movies

Latin America

United Kingdom

See also

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