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Proud Family

The Proud Family is an American animated television series that originally aired on Disney Channel and Playhouse Disney from September 15 2001 to August 19, 2005. A continuation, known as The Proud Family Louder and Prouder, was announced in 2020 and made its premiere on Disney+ on February 23, 2022.

Main Cast[]

  • Penny Proud (voiced by Kyla Pratt]
  • Oscar Proud (voiced by Tommy Davidson]
  • Paula Jai Parker as Trudy Proud]
  • Jo Marie Payton as Suga Mama Proud]
  • Tara Strong as BeBe, CeCe Proud & Puff
  • Alisa Reyes as LaCinegea Boulevardez
  • Karen Malina White as Dijonay Jones
  • Solei Moon Frye as Zoey Howzer
  • Orlando Brown as Sticky Weeb

Episodes[]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 21 September 15, 2001 May 24, 2002
2 31[3] September 27, 2002 August 19, 2005
TV movie August 19, 2005


In 2005, The Proud Family Movie premiered as a Disney Channel Original Movie on Disney Channel. The film served as the series finale for show's original run.

Lilo & Stitch Crossover[]

The Proud Family visit Hawaii on an episode of Lilo & Stitch: The Series entitled "Spats" in which they stay at Jumba & Pleakley's Bed & Not Breakfast and Suga Mama inadvertently activates an experiment that causes spats.

Web series spinoff[]

The Proud Family Shorties is an online cartoon spinoff of The Proud Family created by Bruce W. Smith. It follows the adventures of BeBe & CeCe Proud, Suga Mama, and Puff the dog.

Channels[]

Reruns[]

On August 31, 2002, The Proud Family began airing in reruns on Playhouse Disney until it turned into Disney Junior on February 14, 2011 it continued airing until May 23, 2014 and ABC as part of Disney's One Saturday Morning. Two weeks later, Disney's One Saturday Morning would be rebranded as ABC Kids where The Proud Family continued airing until September 2, 2006, when it was removed from the lineup. The series was shown on Disney Channel as part of Disney Replay on October 1, 2015, and aired again on December 24, 2015, with the episode, "Seven Days of Kwanzaa". In December 2018, the episode was part of a holiday live stream on Disney Channel's YouTube channel. It also aired on Toon Disney until February 6, 2009, just six days before the channel was relaunched as Disney XD.

The episode "Who You Calling a Sissy?" was pulled after its average airing on August 12, 2005 due to regarding Michael Collins' orientation while being called a sissy at the time. It is later confirmed that Michael Collins is gender non-conforming.[7] The ban is lifted as of 2020 and is available to watch on Disney+.[8] Another episode "Wedding Bell Blues" was cut from reruns on the network in 2004 due to the result that Oscar accused Suga Mama’s new boyfriend Clarence of being a gigolo. The episode was later reinstated when the show was released on Disney+ in 2020.

International[]

The series has also aired on multiple international Disney Channel channels.

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