The Emperor’s New School

Last Updated on: March 4th, 2023

Here is everything you need to know about the amazing Disney series The Emperor’s New School including casting, episodes, fun facts and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

The Emperor’s New School Description

The Emperor’s New School is an animated television series that aired on Disney Channel from 2006 to 2008. The show is a spinoff of the 2000 Disney film “The Emperor’s New Groove” and follows the adventures of Kuzco, the young emperor of an Incan-inspired kingdom, as he attends a school for potential emperors. In order to graduate and become a full-fledged emperor, Kuzco must pass a series of challenging assignments and tests with the help of his friends, including the lovable llama Kronk and the sarcastic Yzma. The show was created by Mark Dindal and produced by Disney Television Animation. It was popular with children and received praise for its humor and positive messages about friendship and perseverance. The show featured a talented voice cast, including J.P. Manoux as Kuzco, Patrick Warburton as Kronk, and Eartha Kitt as Yzma. While it only ran for two seasons, The Emperor’s New School has remained a favorite among fans of the original movie and Disney Channel programming.

The Emperor’s New School Details

  • Year of Debut: 2006
  • Year of Finale: 2008
  • Type of Series: Animated
  • TV Channel/Platform: The Disney Channel
  • IMDB Link

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