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Disney XD sets premiere for 'Lost'-themed 'Phineas and Ferb' episode

Phineas and Ferb are getting Lost.

Disney XD has set a premiere date for the upcoming Lost-themed episode, which features a story from Damon Lindelof and guest-star Terry O’Quinn, who played John Locke on the ABC drama.


Miss Piggy visits 'Take Two with Phineas and Ferb' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

In a melding of two great children’s franchises, Miss Piggy of The Muppet Show meets Phineas of Disney’s Phineas and Ferb series this Saturday, when the animated character grills the puppet in one of the show’s Take Two with Phineas and Ferb shorts.

The two-minute(ish) segment — which EW has an exclusive first look at below — finds Miss Piggy being her usual diva self. “What was it like growing up on a farm?” Phineas earnestly asks her, on the Leno-esque show. “Very humbling,” she replies, before going into diva mode: “I don’t like being humble, so I got out fast.” The interview continues and Miss Piggy pulls off two wardrobe changes before finishing the clip with an outlandish song.

The second season of Take Two with Phineas and Ferb debuted July 23 on the Disney Channel and featured an interview with soccer superstar David Beckham. Although the series usually airs on Disney, this latest episode will be featured in a commercial break during the re-airing of the franchise’s recent Disney Channel Original Movie on ABC this Saturday, Aug. 20, at 8 p.m.

Other celebrities who will appear on Take Two later this season include Jason Segel, Shaun White, Ty Pennington, Tom Bergeron, Guy Fieri, Ben Stiller, and Larry King.

Watch Miss Piggy’s Take Two debut exclusively here: READ FULL STORY

'Phineas and Ferb': How its creators took it from series to the upcoming '2nd Dimension' Disney Channel Original Movie

Tomorrow night, Disney Channel’s Emmy-winning animated adventure series Phineas and Ferb goes big time when it gets spun into its first Disney Channel Original Movie. Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension, which premieres at 8 p.m., takes its cues from the series, of course, but the intent was to make the outing for main characters Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher — in true movie style — much, much bigger.

In 2nd Dimension, the pair discovers that their beloved pet platypus Perry is in fact a secret agent who battles evil on a daily basis, so they join him on an adventure that takes them to an otherworldly dimension where the truly evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz has taken over an alternate version of the Tri-State Area. When they find out that the evil doctor is planning to come back to their universe and take over their Tri-State Area, too, they put together a plan to stop him.

With merchandise and soundtrack albums and much more, the Disney Channel Original Movie is just the latest expansion of the Phineas and Ferb franchise, so we thought it high time to check in and find out more about the phenomenon that is this animated show. We called up series creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh to walk us through how Phineas and Ferb both got its start — and how it got to where it is today. Read on for the chat with Povenmire and Marsh.


'Phineas and Ferb': First look at Season 3 with Jane Lynch and more -- EXCLUSIVE

Phineas-Ferb-Jane-LynchImage Credit: DisneyThe third season of the Disney Channel’s hit animated series Phineas and Ferb is set to premiere March 4 with special guest star Jane Lynch. She’ll play the role of Jeremy’s mother, Mrs. Johnson, in a role that was created for her. EW has the exclusive first look at her animated character, shown above. So how does Mrs. Johnson compare to her Glee character Sue Sylvester? “My character is rather full of herself like Sue, but much more boisterous and self conscious,” Lynch tells EW. “But like Sue, she speaks confidently of things she barely understands.” READ FULL STORY


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