The comedian, who has acknowledged sexual misconduct, was dubbed out of "Gravity Falls" episodes.
The rest of the cast is pretty stellar as well.
Never Mind Spider-Man Battling the Sinister Six. You Should See the Fights That Go on Behind-the-Scenes on at Marvel's Story Summits
As any Spider-Man fan can tell you, "With great power must also come great responsibility." But what comes with great ratings? A surprise renewal.
Disney XD's Conspiracy-Crazed Gravity Falls Comes to a Close Tonight (or Does It?) With 'Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls'
As this press event for the Gravity Falls finale was drawing to a close, Alex took a moment to directly address the adults and kids who were so quick to embrace this animated series after it initially debuted on the Disney Channel back in June of 2012.
What would Walt have thought of "Two More Eggs," Disney XD's deliberately anarchic series of animated shorts?
It's a really interesting time to be a Disney fan. But then again, given that Walt Disney was the guy who gave the world
It was Rudyard Kipling who said it best: "The female of the species is more deadly than the male." And if you want animated proof of this proposition, then I suggest that you tune in to Wander Over Yonder tonight. Which is when Lord Dominator, a brand-new female fiend, makes her debut.
Jessie Co-star Cameron Boyce Graduates to the Big Leagues With Disney XD's Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything
There's no better example of someone who's steadily climbed the ladder, worked his way up through the ranks at the Mouse House -- going from a guest appearance on Good Luck Charlie back in April of 2011 to starring in his own sitcom -- than Cameron Boyce.
James Earl Jones Returns to Voice Darth Vader as Star Wars Rebels Begins Its Second Season on Disney XD
Do you remember how big, strong & scary Darth Vader was in Star Wars - Episode IV: A New Hope? Well, that version of this Dark Lord of the Sith -- back when Vader was at the very height of his powers -- will be front & center as "Star Wars Rebels" begins its second season.
After 126 episodes, five one-hour specials, and a Disney Channel Original movie -- Phineas and Ferb are heading for the exit. And not because anyone in Mouse House upper management decided to pull the plug on this Emmy Award-winning animated series.
After 126 episodes, five one-hour specials and a record-breaking Disney Channel Original Movie, the day that Phineas and Ferb fans have been dreading since this show first hit the airwaves back in February of 2008 is now just weeks away.
When Eden found that she had in fact been cast as the voice of Star Butterfly, she began bouncing off the walls with glee. Which proved to be a bit of a problem once Eden got in the recording booth.
It's a question that has been nagging at Gravity Falls viewers ever since this Emmy Award-winning series first debuted on the Disney Channel back in June 2012: What is the deal with Grunkle Stan? Tonight some very big questions will be answered.
After a winter full of record snowfalls and bitter cold, here's a weather report that's sure to please all of you Disney Afternoon fans out there: Life is about to get "like a hurricane" again in Duckburg.
How long does it take a group of grown-ups to come up with a workable storyline for an 11-minute-long cartoon? Would you believe two days? So says Craig McCracken, the talent behind two Emmy-Award-winning Cartoon Network series.
When the powers-that-be at Disney and Lucasfilm decided that they wanted to set Star Wars Rebels in that time period between the prequels and the original trilogy, executive producer Dave Filoni knew that this new Disney XD animated series was going to be tough to pull off.
Since he's a relatively youthful 45-year-old, it's genuinely hard to think of Hal Sparks as an elder statesman of broadcasting. But then again, given that Sparks booked his first professional TV hosting gig while still in high school, he's already got over a quarter-of-a-century of in-front-of-the-camera time under his belt.
How Comic-Con Helped Create Fans for Disney XD's Star vs. The Forces of Evil Six Months Before Its First Episode Airs
There's a way that things used to work in the television animation universe. First a new show would go on the air. Then viewers would sample a few episodes and decide if they actually liked a program. If that were the case, then the fan base for this new animated series would slowly build over time.