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Disney XD announces that the animated Big Hero 6: The Series premieres in November with the hour-long TV movie, 'Baymax Returns'.
Everyone's favorite healthcare companion, Baymax, is coming to Disney XD this Fall, in Big Hero 6: The Series. Check out an extended sneak peek.
During Comic-Con, Disney XD releases the first clip from the Big Hero 6: The Series, the animated show based on the 2014 3D animated film.
The opening theme of Disney XD's animated BIg Hero 6 TV series reveals the first look at the long-awaited follow-up TV series.
Disney confirms that a Zootopia Easter egg does appear in Big Hero 6, two years before Nick Wilde and his pals graced our screens.
Even though the first season has yet to premiere, Disney XD grants the forthcoming Big Hero 6 TV series a second season.
Disney XD releases a teaser for its Big Hero 6 TV series, a show that continues the adventures of Hiro and Baymax this fall.
Disney XD announces that most of the main voice cast for Big Hero 6 are returning for the upcoming animated TV show continuation.
Now that a Big Hero 6 series is on the way, here are a few of the most important elements that the new show needs to bring to the table.
A Big Hero 6 TV series will launch on Disney XD in 2017, following the adventures of Hiro and his lovable robot, Baymax.
'Kingdom Hearts III' will feature a 'Big Hero 6' world, giving Baymax fans a chance to explore San Fransokyo in the 'Kingdom Hearts' universe.
Disney/Pixar Chief John Lasseter discuses the studios' efforts to improve diversity in their storytelling with their upcoming films.
Genesis Rodriguez (Honey Lemon) says that she's heard 'rumblings' of something happening with 'Big Hero 6.' Could it be a sequel?
We discuss the 2015 Academy Award winners, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, as well as our current feelings on The Flash, Arrow, and Gotham.
Check out the list of winners at the 87th Annual Academy Awards and find out what films won big during the 2015 Oscars ceremony.
'Big Hero 6' directors Don Hall and Chris Williams say they're open to a sequel, but have not actually started discussing it yet.
Set in a fictional metropolis called San Fransokyo (a portmanteau of San Francisco and Tokyo), a young robotics prodigy named Hiro Hamada and his robot Baymax uncover a criminal plot and pull together a team of inexperienced crime-fighters, including Wasabi, Honey Lemon, GoGo Tomago, and Fred to solve the mystery surrounding the crime.