Launched September 4, 2004
Closed August 10, 2010
Owned by The Walt Disney Company
Broadcast area Worldwide
Formerly called Fox Kids
Replaced by Disney XD (in some countries by Disney Channel)

Jetix was a worldwide children's television programming brand owned by The Walt Disney Company. The Jetix brand was used for blocks and channels featuring action-related and adventure-related live-action and animated programming that has replaced Fox Kids It was also a Disney brand of Fox Kids. Disney retired the Jetix brand in 2009 and replaced it with Disney XD (or Disney Channelin some countries). The last remainined Jetix in the world, Russian Jetix, was replaced by a Disney brand on August 10, 2010.


[hide]*1 List of international versions

[edit] List of international versionsEdit

  • Americas
    • Jetix (Canada) (Closed as block with no replacement on August 1, 2009)
    • Jetix (US) (Closed as block and replaced with Disney XD on February 13, 2009)
    • Jetix (Latin America) (Closed July 3, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
  • Asia Pacific
    • Jetix (Japan) (Closed as block and replaced with Disney XD on August 1, 2009)
    • Jetix (India) (Closed November 14, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
    • Jetix (Israel) (Closed September 9, 2009 and replaced with Disney Channel)
  • Europe
  • Middle East

[edit] ProgramingEdit

Further information: List of programs broadcast by Jetix==[edit] Magazine== Main article: official Jetix MagazineIn the UK, Future plc published the official Jetix Magazine. Published every four weeks the magazine featured puzzles and featured based on the channel's characters plus a six page Power Rangers comic, and at one point, the stories from the American Sonic X comic book series by Archie Comics. The magazine also came with a free DVD featuring shows from the channel.

In other countries, including Bulgaria and Romania, similar Jetix magazines were also produced.

[edit] Monster TruckEdit

In 2007, the Monster Jam monster truck series had a truck with the Jetix name and some characters on it. The truck was driven by Dan Evans, who normally drivers The Destroyer, and toured in the Monster Jam European tour until December. The truck has not been seen since then and was rebranded as Disney XD after the rebranding of the channel in Europe.

[edit] Jetix Kids CupEdit

The Jetix Kids Cup was a soccer (football) tournament which kids from all over the world competed to show their skills.

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