A.N.T. Farm is Coming to Disney+ in June


Disney has announced that A.N.T Farm will be coming to their Disney+ streaming service next month. My daughter is going to be thrilled. She always loved the show and she’s a big China McClain fan.


It’s clever how she got the song in there. I have to give them props for that.

A.N.T. Farm was a  Disney Channel show that ran from May 6, 2011 to March 21, 2014.

Here’s the write up from Wikipedia:

The series stars China Anne McClain as Chyna Parks, an 11-year-old musical prodigy who is the newest member in the Advanced Natural Talent (A.N.T.) program, a gifted program at Webster High School in San Francisco, which allows gifted middle schoolers to skip middle school and go right to high school. Sierra McCormick, Jake Short, Stefanie Scott, Carlon Jeffery, and Aedin Mincks also star. The series was successful, as it was the no. 1 series on television among children ages 6 to 11 and 9 to 14 years old. A soundtrack album of the same name, A.N.T. Farm, was released on October 11, 2011 and was successful, spending five weeks on the Billboard kids chart, peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard 200, and peaked at number 2 on the US Top Soundtracks.

My kids did watch it when it was out, but my daughter (now 12) had been watching reruns of it when she was older and loved it.

The show had 62 episodes, and three special episodes, over 3 seasons.

All three seasons will be added to Disney+ and will be available on June 26th. If you have fans of the show at home this would be perfect summer entertainment. If you or your kids haven’t watched it, I do recommend it, based on how much my kids liked it. The demographics listed above seem to be spot on for the audience of this show. Give it a watch for sure!

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