It’s been over a year since Disney revealed that the popular animated series “American Dragon: Jake Long” would be coming to Disney+ soon.

But today, Disney has officially listed the show in the February 2021 release schedule for the United States.   Revealing that both seasons will be dropping on Disney+ on Friday 26th February.

The series follows a teenage slacker who is given the ability to turn into the American Dragon and defends all mythical creatures that secretly reside in the human world.

The series ran for 2 seasons and debuted in 2005.

Are you looking forward to finally seeing “American Dragon: Jake Long” on Disney+?

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  1. Simple question January 20, 2021

    Now where’s Dave the Barbarian?

    1. aj January 20, 2021

      No the real question is where is season two of the replacements and I’m only asking this because this is the only other Disney animated show with a different art style if both seasons can be on Disney+ now why cat season why can’t season two of the replacements add it

    2. aj January 21, 2021

      No my question is where the hell is the replacement season two I’m asking this because that’s the only other Disney cartoon that I can think of that had such a drastic Art style change I think it’s the only show that isn’t still airing that hasn’t had all the episodes At the start

  2. aj January 24, 2021

    Finally all the shows that Lilo and stitch have crossed over with are on Disney+ now if only we had season two of the replacements and I’m only mentioning that because it’s the only other show the change that’s art styles between seasons

  3. Logan February 18, 2021

    when will it be released in UK