Aladdin: The Series

Last Updated on: February 14th, 2023

Aladdin: The Series (Disney Afternoon Show)

“Aladdin: The Series,” also known as “Disney’s Aladdin,” is an animated television series based on Disney’s hit film “Aladdin,” released in 1992. The TV series premiered on the syndicated Disney Afternoon block in the fall of 1994 and aired for three seasons, concluding in 1995.

The series continues the adventures of Aladdin, the charming street rat turned prince, and his friends, Princess Jasmine, Genie, Abu, and Magic Carpet. The show is set in the fictional city of Agrabah, a vibrant and magical place inspired by Arabian folklore.

In “Aladdin: The Series,” Aladdin and his friends face various challenges and adversaries, including the infamous villain Jafar, who repeatedly seeks revenge on Aladdin and attempts to steal the Genie’s magical powers. Each episode typically features an exciting and humorous new escapade, where Aladdin uses his quick wit, bravery, and resourcefulness to outsmart his enemies and protect the people of Agrabah.

The TV series expands on the film’s universe by introducing new characters and exploring the backstories of familiar ones. Viewers get to see more of Genie’s life outside of the lamp and witness his humorous interactions with other inhabitants of Agrabah.

Throughout its run, “Aladdin: The Series” features themes of friendship, loyalty, and doing what’s right, making it a family-friendly and engaging show for audiences of all ages. The series also includes moral lessons and values that align with Disney’s storytelling tradition.

“Aladdin: The Series” is praised for its strong voice acting, catchy musical numbers, and the return of the beloved characters from the original film. It provides a delightful extension of the “Aladdin” story and captures the spirit of the animated film while offering new adventures and challenges for Aladdin and his friends.

The show’s success led to several direct-to-video sequels and spin-off films, as well as further appearances of the characters in other Disney properties and theme park attractions.

Overall, “Aladdin: The Series” is a treasured part of Disney’s animated television legacy, offering fans the opportunity to continue their journey through the enchanting world of Agrabah with Aladdin, Jasmine, and their beloved companions.

Additional Details:

  • Year of Debut: 1994
  • Year of Finale: 1995
  • Type of Series: Animated
  • TV Channel/Platform: Disney Afternoon
  • IMDB Link


  • Aladdin: Scott Weinger
  • Princess Jasmine: Linda Larkin
  • Genie: Dan Castellaneta
  • Iago: Gilbert Gottfried
  • The Sultan: Val Bettin
  • Abu: Frank Welker
  • Eden: Valery Pappas
  • Dhandi: Debi Derryberry
  • Abis Mal: Jason Alexander
  • Haroud Hazi Bin: James Avery
  • Sadira: Kellie Martin
  • Mozenrath: Jonathan Brandis
  • Amin Damoola: Jeff Bennett
  • Mechanicles: Charlie Adler
  • Razoul / Prince Wazoo / The Sand Monster / Dominus Tusk: Jim Cummings
  • Arbutus / General Gouda: Ron Perlman
  • Khartoum: Tony Jay
  • Phasir: Ed Gilbert
  • Mirage: Bebe Neuwirth
  • Aziz: Michael Bell
  • Minos / King Zabar: Keith David
  • Fatima: Charity James
  • Uncouthma: Tino Insana
  • Chaos: Matt Frewer
  • Saleen: Julie Brown
  • Malcho: Héctor Elizondo
  • Caliph Kapok / Amok Mon Ra: Tim Curry
  • Thundra: Candi Milo
  • Queen Daluka: Tress MacNeille

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I am founder and editor of My passion for all things Disney goes pretty far back to my first trip to Walt Disney World in the mid-80's. I have since returned to the magical place more than 20 times. I started this site when I came to the realization that I spent a significant portion of my day reading articles about Disney and watching Disney content with my 8-year old, so it made sense that I would start sharing some of what I read and see and building a little community around it. Other interests include 80's nostalgia, vintage toys, video games, LEGO, Star Wars and tech gadgets. Other sites include DMR and