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Jetix is a world-wide children's television programming brand owned by The Walt Disney Company. The Jetix brand was used for blocks and channels featuring action-related and adventure-related live-action and animated programming. It was also what Disney eventually turned Fox Kids into (between 2004 and 2005). Disney retired the Jetix brand in 2009 and replaced it with Disney XD (or Disney Channel in some countries). The last Jetix in the world in Russia, was replaced by Disney Channel on August 10, 2010.
List of international versions
- Asia Pacific
- Jetix (Japan) (Closed as block and replaced with Disney XD (Japan) on August 1, 2009)
- Jetix (India) (Closed as block and replaced with Disney XD (India) on November 14, 2009 )
- Jetix CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, CIS countries) (Closed September 19, 2009 and replaced with Disney Channel Central and Eastern Europe) (Jetix Russia separates from Jetix CEE and became localised)
- Jetix FR (France) (Closed April 1, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix DE (Germany) (Closed October 9, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix GR (Greece) (Closed October 3, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix IT (Italy) (Closed September 28, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD )
- Jetix NL (Netherlands) (Closed January 1, 2010 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix PL (Poland) (Closed September 19, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix RU (Russia) (Russia, and the CIS countries) (created after the separation from the CEE feed) (Closed August 10, 2010 and replaced with Disney Channel Russia)
- Jetix NU (Scandinavia) (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland) (Closed September 12, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix ES (Spain) (Closed September 18, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD )
- Jetix EMEA (Turkey, Balkan countries, Middle East and Africa) (Closed October 3, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Jetix UK and Ireland (Closed August 31, 2009 and replaced with Disney XD)
- Middle East
- Jetix (Israel) (Closed September 9, 2009 and replaced with Disney Channel)
In the UK, Future plc published the official Jetix Magazine. Published every four weeks the magazine featured puzzles and featured based on the channel's characters plus a six page Power Rangers comic, and at one point, the stories from the American Sonic X comic book series by Archie Comics. The magazine also came with a free DVD featuring shows from the channel.
In other countries, including Bulgaria, Poland, Romania and Turkey, similar Jetix magazines were also produced.
In 2007, the Monster Jam monster truck series had a truck with the Jetix name and some characters on it. The truck was driven by Dan Evans, who normally drives The Destroyer, and toured in the Monster Jam European tour until December. The truck has not been seen since then and was rebranded as Disney XD.
Jetix Kids Cup
The Jetix Kids Cup was a football (soccer) tournament which kids from all over the world competed to show their skills.
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