Today, the Disney Channel series, “Bug Juice: My Adventures At Camp” has been removed from Disney+ globally including in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
The series featured children between the ages of 10 to 12, who head to Camp Waziyatah in Maine, where they take part in exciting and challenging outdoor activities, establish tight bonds with bunkmates, and create unforgettable memories.
Unlike other streaming services like Hulu or Netflix, Disney+ doesn’t advertise in advance any upcoming removals, so subscribers get a chance to watch it before it leaves.
With this series being removed globally, this is a slightly different situation to when films are removed in the United States and released on another streaming service due to contracts made before Disney+ was created. There could be multiple reasons for the removal of “Bug Juice: My Adventures At Camp”, such as Disney no longer has the rights to the series, since it was created by MGM Television or if there was just an error. Some titles have been removed from Disney+ globally in the past, like “LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures” and was returned in some countries a few weeks later.
It’s not known if “Bug Juice: My Adventures At Camp” will return to Disney+.