March 23rd many homes will be able to watch Disney Junior any time of the day. At the current moment, Disney Junior is a block of programing for preschoolers that airs on the Disney Channel. The shows usually air in the mornings and early afternoons. Disney Junior is geared toward preschoolers like the channels PBS Sprout and Nick Jr. Viewers should check with their local cable or satellite provider to find out if they are one of the homes that will be receiving Disney Junior. Since it was announced a couple years ago that Disney would be creating Disney Junior television channel, they have developed several addition preschool show that will help to fill the programming blocks that will be available. Shows like Handy Manny, Chuggington, Mickey Mouse Club House and Special Agent Oso have been joined by new shows like Third and Bird, and Jake and the Neverland Pirates.
Next year Disney launches the Disney Junior television network. Along with the launch of the network will be some new and familiar shows. Winnie the Pooh short animations will be a part of the evening lineup of shows. Disney Junior joins several other cable stations like Nick Jr. and PBS Sprout, which are specifically for preschoolers. A new station and some new, yet familiar show like the Winnie the Pooh shorts will air. These will be newly created episodes, but Disney is currently running some short segments of Winnie the Pooh that are part of larger Winnie the Pooh movies. According to Kidscreen.com the new short animation will be based on a collection of Winnie the Pooh stories called Tales of Friendship with Winnie the Pooh.