Family Chrgd (stylized as family CHRGD) is a Canadian English-language Category B specialty channel owned by DHX Media. Chrgd broadcasts live-action and animated children's programming aimed towards viewers aged 6-12.
The channel first launched on June 1, 2011, under the ownership of Astral Media as a localized version of Disney XD, serving as a sister network to Family Channel (which, at that time, held rights to the programming of Disney XD's parent network Disney Channel). Following the acquisition of Astral Media by Bell Media, Disney XD was divested to DHX Media. On October 9, 2015, as a result of Corus Entertainment's acquisition of Canadian rights to Disney's children's programming and associated brands (which resulted in the launch of a new channel under the Disney XD brand), the channel was re-launched as Family Chrgd.
As Disney XD
In April 2009, Astral Media was granted approval by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch a television channel named Family Extreme. Astral announced it would launch a localized version of Disney XD on June 1, 2011, using the Family Extreme license, in both standard and high definition.
In late 2011, Astral also launched a Disney XD video on demand app for the Xbox 360 video game console.
In 2012, the channel premiered its first original series, Slugterra.
After the Competition Bureau approved Bell Media's takeover of Astral, Bell announced on March 4, 2013 that it would put Disney XD, along with its sister networks and Astral's French-language music networks, up for sale. On October 27, 2013, the channel premiered its first original movie, Bunks, produced by Fresh TV.
On November 28, 2013, DHX Media announced that it would acquire Disney XD and its sister networks for $170 million. The acquisition was approved by the CRTC on July 24, 2014, and closed on July 31, 2014.
In that same year, Disney XD premiered the pilot for Fangbone!, in May, and a new original series, Gaming Show (In My Parents' Garage), in November.
As Family Chrgd
On April 16, 2015, it was announced that Corus Entertainment had acquired Canadian rights to Disney Channel's program library; alongside the launch of a Canadian version of Disney Channel, Corus stated that it would launch other "Disney branded kids linear television offerings" in the future. In anticipation for this transition, DHX concurrently announced that its Disney-branded networks would be realigned under the Family brand by November 2015.
Tentatively, Disney XD was to be rebranded as Family XTRM. When announcing its slate of programming for the 2015-16 season on August 20, 2015, DHX revealed the channel's new name would be Family Chrgd. Its lineup was to feature new seasons of the network's existing original series, in addition to new shows produced by DHX subsidiaries and other studios (such as the aforementioned Fangbone!), as well as new program supply agreements with Mattel, and later in the year, DreamWorks Animation. The re-branding to Family Chrgd took place on October 9, 2015.
- Airmageddon (February 21, 2017 - present)
- ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks (July 2, 2018 - present)
- The Deep (January 1, 2016 - present)
- Fangbone! (March 22, 2016 - present)
- Flight 29 Down (January 7, 2017 - present)
- Gaming Show (In My Parents' Garage) (2014-present)
- Inspector Gadget (2018 - present)
- I Pranked My Parents (January 19, 2016 - present)
- Johnny Test (2018 -present)
- Massive Monster Mayhem (January 14, 2018 - present)
- Mega Man: Fully Charged (September 8, 2018 -- present)
- Nature Cat (July 5, 2016 - present)
- Naughty Naughty Pets (2016-present)
- Radio Free Roscoe (April 11, 2016 - present)
- Slugterra (2012-present)
- Storm Hawks (January 2, 2016 - present)
- What Parents Don't Know (September 4, 2016 - present)
- What's Up Warthogs! (June 1, 2011; weekends only)
- Wingin' It (June 1, 2011 - present; weekends only)
- World of Quest (August 31, 2015 - 2016; January 27, 2017 - present)
- The Zoo (September 9, 2017 - present)
- The Adventures of Puss in Boots (June 18, 2017 - present)
- All Hail King Julien (April 24, 2017 - present)
- Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? (2018 - present)
- Be the Creature (August 31, 2015 - present)
- Bear Grylls' Survival School (June 21, 2016 - present)
- Deadly 60 (October 9, 2015 - present)
- Dinotrux (September 11, 2017 - present)
- DreamWorksTV (2016-present)
- Dragons: Race to the Edge (August 12, 2017 - present) 
- The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (January-September 2016; May 1, 2017 - present)
- Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street (2015; 2018-present)
- Horrible Histories (October 9, 2015 - present)
- Hank Zipzer (2015; 2018-present)
- Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales (2015-present)
- Malcolm in the Middle (2016; 2017-present)
- My Knight and Me (July 2, 2018 - present)
- My Side of the Sky (November 14, 2017 - present)
- Nowhere Boys (January 24, 2016; January 8, 2018 - present) 
- The New Adventures of Figaro Pho (August 9, 2016 - present)
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (March 17, 2014 - present)
- Planet Sketch (January-February 2016; May 6, 2017 - present)
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! (January 7, 2017 - present)
- Sonic Boom (October 24, 2015 - present)
- Thunderbirds Are Go (June 14, 2016-present)
- Turbo F.A.S.T. (June 14, 2016 - present)
- Voltron: Legendary Defender (July 22, 2018 - present)
- Xiaolin Chronicles (October 9, 2015 - present)
- Zak Storm (August 21, 2017 - present)
As Disney XD (2011-2015)
As Family Chrgd (2015-present)
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