It’s happy haunting season on Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney+! The three Disney brands will kick off a slate of Halloween-themed programming on Sept. 25 to delight all fans of (light!) fright. 

Disney Channel’s “Calling All The Monsters” and Disney Junior’s “Trick or Treats” events will feature new and classic Halloween programming. A centerpiece of the programming is a new stop-motion Halloween special, Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats, which will premiere simultaneously on Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney XD.

Also upcoming on Disney Junior is a 22-minute SuperKitties episode in which the SuperKitties must track down a thief who stole all of the pets’ “Howloween” treats.

Seasonally themed episodes of fan-favorite shows will also air, such as episodes from Bunk’d: Learning the Ropes, Kiff, Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends, Pupstruction, Hailey’s On It!, and The Villains of Valley View. There will also be Halloween shorts from a number of Disney series.

For slightly older fans, there will be a chilling new episode of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series on Disney+, featuring a Halloween rager, tarot card readings, and more.

And it wouldn’t be a Disney Halloween without a little (or a lot of) Halloweentown! Even more so this year because, believe it or not, it is the 25th anniversary of the Halloweentown franchise. To celebrate, Disney Channel will air a 13-hour marathon featuring all four of the franchise’s Disney Channel Original Movies, airing back-to-back. 

The channels’ Halloween-themed schedules run from Sept. 25 through the end of October. So, with more than a month’s worth of petrifying programming, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney+ are sure to have something for all thrill-seekers and pumpkin-patch enthusiasts this spooky season.

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Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson is an assistant editor at the Pop Insider, the Toy Insider, and the Toy Book. When she isn't writing, the Seattle native can be found reading the classics, watching football, and scouring the city for New York's best vintage.