EPCOT Magazine

Last Updated on: May 22nd, 2024

EPCOT Magazine (Disney Channel)

“EPCOT Magazine” was a television show that aired on The Disney Channel from 1983 to 1984. The show was a part of Disney’s efforts to promote EPCOT Center (now known simply as EPCOT), the second theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, which opened on October 1, 1982.

“EPCOT Magazine” was a variety series that offered viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the attractions, entertainment, and innovations at EPCOT Center. The show featured segments on the park’s pavilions, technology exhibits, cultural showcases, and performances.

Each episode of “EPCOT Magazine” provided a glimpse into the unique and educational experiences available at EPCOT Center, highlighting the park’s focus on celebrating human achievement, technological advancements, and global culture.

The show aimed to entertain and inform viewers about the exciting and diverse offerings at EPCOT, serving as a promotional platform for the theme park.

While “EPCOT Magazine” had a limited run, it remains a part of Disney’s television history and a nostalgic memory for those who experienced the early days of EPCOT Center and its commitment to education and entertainment.

Since the show aired in the 1980s, it is not available on contemporary streaming services or platforms. However, segments and clips from “EPCOT Magazine” may occasionally resurface in Disney-related documentaries or historical retrospectives.

Additional Details:

  • Year of Debut: 1983
  • Type of Series: Reality
  • TV Channel/Platform: The Disney Channel
  • IMDB Link


  • Host: Michael Young

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