You may have learned recently that Disney is dumping it's deal with Netflix, and is flying solo with their own streaming platform starting in 2019. Meanwhile Walt Disney Television Animation has cycled through a variety of different outlets over the years. Starting off producing content for Saturday Morning lineups for the big 3 networks in the late 80s, then moving to Disney's syndicated programming block, The Disney Afternoon, then moving to ABC for Disney's One Saturday Morning following Disney's purchase of the network in 1996. Then in 2003, the studio became an in-house unit of Disney Channel, where they would produce the bulk of that network's original animated series. Now, the studio has concentrated its output on Disney XD, with nearly all their current shows produced for that network. With Disney's new streaming service underway, could we see Disney Television Animation jump ship to the new platform after their done with Disney XD? It was only a matter of time before Disney decided to launch their own streaming service, not only do even they see Cable TV's significant decline, Disney has also always been a company who likes to have tight control over their content, usually preferring to distribute it on their own ecosystems rather than selling it to sources outside their empire (though they are willing to make a few exceptions). In addition to their renowned film and TV library, as well as content from subsidiaries like Marvel and LucasFilm. Disney will definitely want to prop this thing up with original programming, especially original children's programming, and with the backing of Disney TVA, Disney's platform could very well become the go to service for kids.