Disney Channel Shows For The Whole Family

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In August, Disney Channel brings to you a series of television programmes that will take your entire family to a whole new level of entertainment. So, stay home with the kids, grab some popcorn, and relive your childhood memories with Disney Channel!

In August, Disney Channel brings to you a series of television programmes that will take your entire family to a whole new level of entertainment. So, stay home with the kids, grab some popcorn, and relive your childhood memories with Disney Channel!

Disney Channel August Highlights:

Good Luck Charlie (Series Premieres on 14 August 2010, Saturday 9.30pm)
A sitcom geared towards the whole family, Good Luck Charlie follows the comedic quandary of teenagers Teddy and PJ Duncan and their 10-year-old brother Gabe when they're unexpectedly designated babysitters for the new baby in the house as their mom Amy returns to work as a late shift nurse and dad Bob carries on with his pest-control business. Now, the whole family is involved in raising the baby and it's up to the older kids to come home after school and take charge of young Charlotte (AKA Charlie) all while navigating their typical teenage lives.

High School Musical (28 August, Saturday, 5pm)
High School Musical tells the story of two high school students - Troy, a popular basketball player and Gabriella, a shy, brainy newcomer - who both share a passion for singing. When these two polar opposites try out for the school musical, it wreaks havoc on East High's rigid social order. In a desperate effort to maintain the status quo, the school's cliques conspire to keep them from performing. But by defying expectations and pursuing their dreams, Troy and Gabriella inspire other students to go public with some surprising hidden talents of their own.

High School Musical 2 (28 August, Saturday, 7pm)
It's summertime, school's out and the East High Wildcats yet again take center stage - this time at the Lava Springs Country Club, where Sharpay tries to lure Troy away from Gabriella and his friends and into a duet
with her for the club's Midsummer Night's Talent Show - all this excitement in Disney Channel's contemporary musical movie, High School Musical 2.

High School Musical 3 (28 August, Saturday, 9pm)
Senior year marks the prospect of separation from one another for high school seniors Troy and Gabriella as they head off in different directions to college. Joined by the rest of the Wildcats, they stage an elaborate spring musical in High School Musical 3, reflecting their experiences, hopes and fears about their future.

My Life Me (Series Premieres on 21 August, Saturday 4.30pm)
My Life Me follows budding Manga artist 13-year-old Birch Small's attempts to fit into a world her 12-year-old self could never have imagined. Having recently moved across the country, Birch is dealing with a new neighborhood, a new school, a new way of learning, and a new social order. With her high school friends, Birch and her three "Podmates", Sandra, Raffi and Liam fumble with their quests for identity as they navigate new social terrain. The dynamic visual language of Japanese Manga comic books provides the perfect complement to this realistic teen world with its over-the-top egos and emotions. Add in the friction that comes with relationships forged out of necessity and there's a perfectly taut environment ready to crack... into peals of laughter. Each episode of My Life Me focuses on a central issue relevant to teen life - stories from real life, pumped up for the genre.

Waktu Rehat (Series Premieres on 31 August, Tuesday 12pm)
Broadcast in Bahasa Malaysia with English subtitles
What could possibly happen in those super social five minutes in the school corridor between classes? The new Disney Channel original short-form series, Waktu Rehat, centers on a group of 11 interesting and highly relatable characters from the fictional school, Sekolah Menengah Jalan Mas, bound together by classes, locker location and the common quest to solve the mysteries of adolescence. Seen through the window of the school corridor, the audience is drawn into the lives of the students filled with friendships, teenage crushes, cartoony gags and a hearty dose of teen angst.

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