Zenon: Z3

Last Updated on: January 20th, 2024

Zenon: Z3 (Disney Channel Original Movie)

“Zenon: Z3” is a Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) that premiered in 2004. It is the third and final installment in the “Zenon” film series. The movie continues the adventures of Zenon Kar, a young girl who lives in the future on a space station called Space Station 9.

In “Zenon: Z3,” Zenon is looking forward to a visit from her aunt, who is a pop star, and the rock band Proto Zoa. However, her plans are disrupted when a huge asteroid is heading towards the space station, putting everyone’s lives in danger. Zenon must team up with her friends to find a way to save the station and its inhabitants.

The film features the return of Kirsten Storms as Zenon, along with other original cast members. It explores themes of friendship, courage, and problem-solving, while also offering a fun and adventurous story set in a futuristic space setting.

“Zenon: Z3” received positive reviews from audiences and remains a beloved DCOM among fans of the “Zenon” series. It is praised for its entertaining plot, likable characters, and positive messages for young viewers. The movie’s success further cemented Zenon Kar as an iconic character in Disney Channel’s lineup of original programming.


Zenon: Z3

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  • Year Released: 2001
  • Type of Movie: Live Action
  • Movie Platform: Disney Channel Original Movie
  • IMDB Link


  • Kirsten Storms: Zenon Kar
  • Lauren Maltby: Margie Hammond
  • Raven-Symoné: Nebula Wade
  • Alyson Morgan: Dasha Plank
  • Stuart Pankin: Commander Edward Plank
  • Holly Fulger: Aunt Judy Cling-Plank
  • Glenn McMillan: Bronley Hale
  • Ben Easter: Sage Borealis
  • Nathan Anderson: Proto Zoa
  • Damon Berry: Pat Numbar
  • Phumi Mthembu: Cassie
  • Joanna Evans: Young Selena
  • Carol Reynolds: Selena
  • Nikki Joshua: Cosmic Blush


  • Director: Steve Rash
  • Producer: Christopher Morgan, Suzanne Coston and Suzanne de Passe

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