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      Save Disney Shows March 2011 Events

      SDS.de Two Year Anniversary! - 03/06/11

      Save Lilo & Stitch Weekend Bash - 03/11-14/11

      Save W.I.T.C.H. Day - 03/14/11

      Save Jake Long Day - 03/29/11

      It’s important to remember that paper letters are the key to our efforts, and events are spaced out so you have at least a week to prepare as many as you can. Please refer to our how to help section for addresses and more information.

      Then on the day of the event, you can also send faxes, make phone calls, and use our email program at SDSmail.org

       

      March Disney Channel Highlights

      February Disney Channel Highlights

      This month once again relies heavily on new Good Luck Charlie and Shake it Up episodes. There's also a new Wizards of Waverly Place episode and a couple Fish Hooks and Phineas and Ferb episodes this month. The Suite Life on Deck will also wrap up this month (more on that later). Sonny with a Chance, which apparently has been renamed So Random, should begin airing new episodes later this year.

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      The Suite Life Movie

      The Suite Life Movie

      All things must end, and it looks like the Suite Life franchise is finally coming to an end later this month. It's been quite a ride.

      Television’s popular teen twins Zack and Cody, the longest running continuous characters on Disney Channel, are at the center of the comedy and adventure in the third iteration of their powerhouse “Suite Life” franchise, “The Suite Life Movie,” premiering FRIDAY, MARCH 25 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) as part of the hugely successful Disney Channel Original Movie franchise. Reprising their series roles are Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse, who also executive-produce the movie, Brenda Song (of the Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated film “The Social Network”), Debby Ryan, Matthew Timmons and Phill Lewis.

      Filmed on location in Vancouver, Canada, the comedy adventure movie takes place during spring break as Cody gets an opportunity to participate in a prestigious internship program. However, when twin brother Zack destroys billion-dollar scientific equipment, Cody is kicked out of the program. Soon thereafter, the brothers are approached to join the Gemini Project, a high-tech research center studying the dynamics between twins. Shockingly, they find themselves interconnected in a way they’ve never been before: When one twin experiences a sensation, thought or feeling, the other twin feels it too. While this newfound revelation helps the boys see eye to eye for the first time, it puts them in more danger than they could have imagined.

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      Phineas and Ferb kicks off Season Three

      Phineas and Ferb

      FRIDAY, MARCH 4 (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) – Season premiere of Phineas and Ferb on Disney Channel, "The Great Indoors"/"Canderemy"

      In the U.S., “Phineas and Ferb” ranked as TV’s No. 1 animated series among Tweens 9-14 for the third consecutive year (2008-10). It was also Disney XD’s No. 1 program in Total Viewers, Kids 6-14 and Boys 6-14, and its No. 1 animated series in Kids 6-11 and Boys 6-11 for 2010. [Source: NTI, US ratings, most current. 2010: 12/28/09-12/26/10. Competitive ranks based on trackage data with minimum 10 telecasts].

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      New Pilot: Madison High

      New Pilot: Madison High

      At Save Disney Shows, we once had a movement to get Disney to produce a High School Musical series for DC. Well, with this announcement that Alyson Reed will reprise her role as Ms. Darbus in the new Pilot Madison High, it looks like Disney is finally doing just that! And it's also been revealed that G Hannelius has been added to the cast!

      A favorite star from “High School Musical” will be joined by six multitalented performers in a new music and dance-driven comedy pilot, “Madison High” (working title). The series pilot introduces a troupe of theater students led by the melodramatic drama teacher Ms. Darbus, a beloved character from the cultural sensation “High School Musical.” Production on the pilot in March in consideration for a Disney Channel series to premiere in early 2012.

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      Billy Ray slams Hannah Montana

      Billy Ray slams Hannah Montana

      These days Billy Ray Cyrus’s life is imitating a bad country song: He’s headed for a messy divorce, his record company just delayed his latest comeback, and his cherished 18-year-old daughter seems destined to rip bong hits at every party in the U.S.A. No wonder he’s muttering about the end times...

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      Disney Tops First Quarter Financial Estimates

      Disney Tops First Quarter Financial Estimates

      “We had an excellent first quarter, driven by strong creative content and our unique ability to leverage great entertainment across the many platforms, businesses and markets in which we operate,” said Robert A. Iger, President and CEO. “With net income up 54%, it’s a great start to a new fiscal year.”

      Read more on the DC Fans Blog.

       

      Bella Thorne Shakes Things Up

      Bella Thorne

      As Disney's newest show Shake It Up continues to get more popular, Bella Thorne (CeCe) continues to be just as accessible to fans as ever -- a rare treat among celebs usually too busy for their fans. Our own Webmaster Greg retells a recent twitter exchange he had with Bella:

      Greg: @bellathorne143 Such a diva. Can’t even walk on her own. Poor Sage. LOL (You know I’m only kiddin’ Bella).

      Bella: @anitrain actually he picks me up with 1 arm but yeah. he can spoil a girl

       

      Waking Sleeping Beauty

      Waking Sleeping Beauty

      You need to see this movie. This film tells the story of the 1984 a stockholders' revolt that brought in the new management team that included Michael Eisner, Frank Wells, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Roy E. Disney (Walt's nephew). It chronicles the decade between 1984 and 1994 when the studio created such hits as The Little Mermaid, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King. It is a Disney movie, and obviously has some bias in how events are portrayed, but it is still a fascinating look at a piece of contemporary Disney history that most people will not be familiar with. You can find the film on Amazon (only $4 to rent or about $20 to own). It's also available on Netflix and a variety of other sites.

       



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