Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures
Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures (2017 television series) logo.png
Also known asMickey and the Roadster Racers (seasons 1–2)[note 1]
Sports (Auto racing, seasons 1-2)
Based onMickey Mouse Clubhouse
by Bobs Gannaway
Mickey Mouse and Friends
by Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Developed byRob LaDuca
Mark Seidenberg
Directed by
  • Phil Weinstein
  • Broni Likomanov
  • Jeff Gordon
Voices of
Theme music composerBeau Black
Opening theme"Mickey and the Roadster Racers" Main Title Theme
by Beau Black (seasons 1–2)
"Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures" Main Title Theme
by Beau Black (season 3)
Ending theme"Roadster Racers Go!"
by Beau Black
by Beau Black (in some episodes)
"Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures" Main Title Theme (Instrumental)
  • Beau Black & Loren Hoskins (songs)
  • Mike Barnett (score)
  • They Might Be Giants (additional song)
  • Nakul Dev Mahajan (choreography)
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes87 (174 segments + 34 shorts) (list of episodes)
Executive producersRob LaDuca
Mark Seidenberg
EditorsThomas Hart (Story Editor)
Reid Kramer
Mark Seidenberg (Supervising Story Editor)
Running time20-24 minutes (10–12 minutes per segment)
Production companiesDisney Television Animation
Animation servicesTechnicolor Animation Productions
DQ Entertainment International
Original networkDisney Junior
Picture formatHDTV 720p
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseJanuary 15, 2017 (2017-01-15) –
October 1, 2021 (2021-10-01)

Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures is an American computer-animated preschool television series that was broadcast on Disney Junior. Produced by Disney Television Animation, the series is the successor to Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Originally airing as Mickey and the Roadster Racers for its first two seasons,[note 1] it debuted in the United States on January 15, 2017.[1]

The series was renewed for a second season on March 15, 2017.[2] The second season premiered on April 13, 2018. The show’s third season was renewed one year later,[3] which led to the series being renamed to Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures, the first episode under the new title was originally broadcast on October 14, 2019.[4]

This was Russi Taylor's last television series role before her death on July 26, 2019, it was also the first series not to feature Donald's regular and official voice actor Tony Anselmo due to him being too busy providing the voice for the character in other Disney projects, one of which includes DuckTales.

The show was followed by a new series, Mickey Mouse Funhouse, which debuted on August 20, 2021.[5][6] In 2021, two spin-off holiday specials were released: a Halloween special, Mickey's Tale of Two Witches, on October 7, 2021, in addition to a Christmas special, Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas, on December 2, 2021.


Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures is about the Sensational Six (Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy and Pluto) as they race around their town of Hot Dog Hills and around the world (Pluto doesn't race in any way). Unlike the previous series, this show contains two 11-minute stories as opposed to Clubhouse's full-length 22-minute stories. In the first half, Billy Beagle commentates on Mickey and his friends' races whether the race is in Hot Dog Hills or somewhere else around the world.

In the second half, Minnie and Daisy work as the Happy Helpers alongside Cuckoo-Loca (from Minnie's Bow-Toons) where they help out different residents of Hot Dog Hills. Minnie and Daisy use the Turnstyler located in the office and the Happy Helper Van to assume the clothes associated with their jobs that they are hired to help out on.

In Season 2, the Roadster Racers get their roadsters modified by Ludwig Von Drake so that they can perform Super-charged moves. In Season 2, the theme song (and a segment of the introduction) is also extremely altered near the end for the Super-charged part.

In Season 3, Mickey builds a mixed-up motor lab that mixes up and transforms cars. It starts to use the classic "Hot Dog" song originally written and performed by They Might Be Giants for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. This new version of the song was placed between the two segments of each episode and at the end of the last segment.


Main article: List of Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures episodes

SeasonSegmentsEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
15226January 15, 2017 (2017-01-15)March 23, 2018 (2018-03-23)
25025April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)August 2, 2019 (2019-08-02)
37236October 14, 2019 (2019-10-14)October 1, 2021 (2021-10-01)




Hot Dog Hills residents

Characters in international locations

The following characters reside in international locations that Team Mickey visits for their events:



The first season of Mickey and the Roadster Racers debuted on Disney Junior in the United States on January 15, 2017. The series also aired on Disney Junior in Canada on January 24,[8] Disney Junior in Australia on March 17, Disney Junior in Asia on March 24, Disney Junior in the UK and Ireland on April 19,[9] Disney Junior in South Africa on April 22[10] and Disney Channel in India on May 15.[11]

Home media

The first release, entitled "Mickey and the Roadster Racers" was released on DVD on March 7, 2017.[12] "Minnie's Happy Helpers" was released on July 25, 2017, with the release themed around the Minnie and Daisy subplots.[13] "Disney Junior Holiday" was released on October 23, 2018. "Minnie Bow Be Mine" was released on February 5, 2019. The show was re-released on Disney's streaming service, Disney+ and in select countries under Disney+ Hotstar.[14]

Note: In the Disney+ reprint, in the Season 1 episode, Ye Olde Royal Heist, the scene where Lord Pete bumps Donald's Roadster into the River Thames was cut for unknown reasons.[citation needed]


Critical reception

Charles Curtis of USA Today ranked the television series 9th in their "20 best shows for kids right now" list, asserting, "Whether it's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Mickey and the Roadster Racers or Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures, they're all good."[15] Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media rated the series a 3 out of 5 stars, and complimented the presence of positive messages and role models, citing sustaining friendships and forgiveness, while saying the series manages to be entertaining.[16]


Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Result Refs
2017 Music + Sound Awards Best Sound Design: Television Programme Kate Finan

Brad Meyer

Jacob Cook

Nominated [17][18]
2018 Brad Meyer

Kate Finan

James Singleton

Nominated [19][20]
Annie Award Best Animated Television/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children Mickey and the Roadster Racers Nominated [21]
Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Editing in a Preschool Animated Program Brad Meyer, Kate Finan and James Singleton Nominated [22]
2020 NAMIC Vision Awards Animation Mickey Mouse: Mixed-Up Adventures Nominated [23][24]


Chip 'n Dale's Nutty Tales

Chip 'n Dale's Nutty Tales is a spin-off series which premiered on November 13, 2017. It aired in the daytime Disney Junior programming block for younger audiences. The plot revolves around Chip and Dale venturing and helping their friends in Hot Dog Hills. They interact with various characters from Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures.[25][26][27]

Holiday Specials

Mickey's Tale of Two Witches

Mickey's Tale of Two Witches is a spinoff Halloween special that aired on October 7, 2021. It is the first spinoff holiday special. Mickey tells Pluto a story about two witches-in-training, Minnie the Wonderful and Daisy Doozy who work together to defeat a ghost and save Happy Haunt Hills.

Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas

Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas is a spinoff Christmas special that aired on December 2, 2021. It is the second spinoff holiday special. Mickey and friends get separated after shopping for gifts, and have to get back to Hot Dog Hills to celebrate Christmas together.

Mickey Saves Christmas

Mickey Saves Christmas is a spinoff Christmas special that aired on November 27, 2022. Unlike the previous holiday specials, this one is in stop motion. Mickey and friends travel from Hot Dog Hills to the North Pole to save Christmas and learn the true meaning of celebrating the holiday.


  1. ^ a b The first two seasons were retroactively titled Mickey Mouse Roadster Racers upon the third season's premiere.


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