Disney recently announced the return of the preschool series “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” and a new Halloween television special at an event for Disney Junior and Friends.
The original “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” series, which won a Daytime Emmy award, ran from 2006 to 2016 on the Disney Channel’s Playhouse Disney and Disney Junior blocks. Disney stated that “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” will be returning with new episodes in 2025 under the working title “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2.0.”
In addition, Disney revealed a stop-motion Halloween special titled “Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats” that will premiere on October 1st on Disney Junior, Disney Channel and Disney XD.
According to Disney, the new “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” aims to introduce the classic Disney characters Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald and Daisy to a new generation of viewers. It will be animated using computer generation technology.
The revived series will feature an expanded clubhouse area for Minnie Mouse and surprise appearances by Duffy the Disney Bear, a teddy bear character that is Mickey Mouse’s friend.
In the Halloween special, Mickey and his friends go trick-or-treating and are transformed into their costumes by a witch, per Disney’s synopsis.
Disney stated that both the new “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” series and “Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats” special are part of their strategy to leverage legacy Disney characters to appeal to preschool-aged children and their families.
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