Last week, Disney temporarily removed the classic series “Schoolhouse Rock” from Disney+ and today, the series has now returned.
The series was removed, because when the series was added to Disney+, it was incorrectly uploaded as one single season, rather than being split into separate seasons. The show has now been split into the correct 6 seasons.
Schoolhouse Rock is a collection of animated musical educational short films that originally aired during the Saturday morning children’s programming on ABC. The show covered many different topics over its 7 seasons, including grammar, science, economics, history, mathematics, and civics. “Schoolhouse Rock” debuted in 1973 and ran until 1985, and was later revived with both old and new episodes airing from 1993 to 1999. Some new episodes of the show were also made in 2009.
Disney has previously temporarily removed the 1990s animated series “Spider-Man” and “The Incredible Hulk” for the same reason, as much like “Schoolhouse Rock”, they had been uploaded incorrectly as one season, rather than as multiple seasons. When the shows returned, they were split into multiple seasons.
Will you be checking out “Schoolhouse Rock” on Disney+?