It’s time to eat!
Disney is rolling out a new digital brand called Disney Eats.
The online channel and editorial site features culinary shows and products aimed at families. Episodes will be found on either the Disney Eats YouTube page, as well as other social media platforms.
Upcoming Disney Eats shows include seasons of “Kitchen Little,” which will showcase kids working with celebrity chefs, and “Tiny Kitchen,” with chefs creating small replicas of Disney food. Both were co-created with global entertainment company Tastemade.
Disney Eats will be part of the Disney Digital Network, which was previously known as Maker Studios and was acquired by Disney in 2014 for $500 million.
The cooking segments and snack tips provided by Disney Eats will hold the same health standards as products in the parks and sold by Disney around the globe.
The new channel will also have another Tastemade food science series, “Must Be Science,” as well as shows with Disney online influencers that will be announced at a later date.
Disney also announced a relaunch of its free Oh My Disney mobile app and a podcast series. It will debut new programs for Facebook Watch, including “Designing Disney,” a show about designers who create Disney-inspired projects, and “Disney Dream Job,” a series about five children who spend a day working with Disney employees.
Disney is also planning to launch more content for Marvel and Star Wars fans, including a new documentary series and fan awards within the programming.