Today, the Disney Channel series, “Fam Jam” has been removed from Disney+ globally. The series was only added to Disney+ in January last year.
Unlike other streaming services like Netflix or Hulu, Disney+ doesn’t inform subscribers that titles are going to be removed ahead of time.
No details have been revealed why this series has been removed from Disney+, since its unlikely to be due to any pre-existing contracts with other streaming services, as that doesn’t normally impact Disney+ globally. It’s possible that this series will be added to Disney+ again in the future, as this has happened before with some shows.
“Disney Fam Jam,” is inspired by choreographer Phil Wright’s “The Parent Jam” dance classes, which are streamed online and have become a viral sensation. Ariel Martin and Trevor Tordjman, stars of the upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie “ZOMBIES 2,” will co-host the half-hour Multicam series.
Each episode of the competition series will feature two families with kids hitting the floor to see which will be crowned “Disney Fam Jam” champions. At the end of each episode, the studio audience will vote for their favorite dance family, resulting in the winners taking home a $10,000 prize along with a “Disney Fam Jam” trophy.
Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom.