Franchise / Disney Channel Animated Universe

The Disney Channel Animated Universe is the universe that most of the animated Disney Channel Original series reside in, as well as certain shows from One Saturday Morning. Many series have been confirmed, through various Crossovers (mostly episodes of the Lilo & Stitch TV series where characters from another show visit Kauai), to exist in the same universe. Although each of these shows take place in generally the same time period, they each have very different premises.

See also the Disney Channel Live-Action Universe for the live-action shows' equivalent. Note that there are two animated shows actually tied into the live-action counterpart that have yet to have any confirmed and true interaction with the animated 'verse (as described below).

Not to be confused with the DC Comics Animated Universe.

Series confirmed to be in the Disney Channel Animated Universe include:

Series unconfirmed to be in the Disney Channel Animated Universe include:
  • Phineas and Ferb: Although "Phineas and Ferb Hawaiian Vacation" has many shout outs to Lilo & Stitch: The Series, a cameo from Kim Possible in a repeat marathon, the Epcot Agent P game utilizing the Bebes, and use of the word "Whomp" it has not been established to exist in the same universe.
    • Interestingly enough it's linked to the Disney Channel Live-Action Universe by simultaneously linking the Marvel Universe and Jessie together.
    • Milo Murphy's Law was confirmed by Word of God to exist in the same universe as Phineas and Ferb, although a crossover has yet to be seen between the two shows.
  • Likewise, the Marvel Universe block exists in the same limbo as Phineas and Ferb for now even though it's linked to the Live-Action universe through the same circumstances as Phineas and Ferb.
  • The Replacements
  • Kick Buttowski
  • The Weekenders
  • The Disney Afternoon
  • Teamo Supremo
  • Gravity Falls
  • Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
  • Wander over Yonder: Generally set within the far expanses of a universe.
  • Star vs. the Forces of Evilnote 
  • Rick and Morty: A Brick Joke links the show's universe to that of Gravity Falls. In one GF episode, Stan drops a pen, notepad and mug into a portal. In an episode of Rick and Morty, those same items fall out of a portal. Video here.

Series that are confirmed to not be in the Disney Channel Animated Universe include: