HAS DISNEY CHANNEL LOST ITS BUZZ


The biggest question around Hollywood is has Disney Channel lost its buzz? For years Disney channel has been the largest entertainment company in the industry, for decade’s Disney has created legendary TV shows and movies that most teens and/or adults can remember from child hood, such as My Date with the President’s Daughter, Halloween Town, You wish, ETC… The list goes on and on. Just in 2006 Disney has launched the biggest production of the 21th century, Yes ladies and gentlemen were talking about “HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL”. The debut of Disney biggest hit HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL has swept the charts, the biggest buzz around the country was HSM. HSM has Birth stars and recreated dreams in young dreamers heart’s, it was Quoted as something to Get excited about , something bigger than life, and something everyone wanted to be apart of, since then Disney has tried to keep the buzz alive by making sequels. Today Disney Channel seems like it’s (for the lack of a better term) falling, with more hit shows being canceled (such as Hanna Montana) and more popular stars leaving, such as, Vanessa Hudgens, Zac Effron, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato , ETC… It was also stated that Disney seems younger with more shows with younger stars, and it seems repetitive with the more shows with laugh tracks. Some say that Disney channel just doesn’t have that excitement that it had in the past. But despite all of the negative Disney seems like it’s trying to make a comeback with it’s newest DCOM Lemonade Mouth. I think can speak for a lot of original Disney fans when I say that Disney can do better. But the question is Can Disney do it again? Can it top its biggest achievement of the century HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL??

IS DISNEY CHANNEL LOOSEING ITS BUZZ?

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Alex 4 years ago

I completely agree! I use to love watching Disney channel. Hannah Montana was my favorite! Now 16, I think there trying to hard to be funny.

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