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Disney Sets First Telecast Of “Frozen” For Valentines Day; Olaf To Appear on “Sofia The First” The Next Day

Disney Sets First Telecast Of "Frozen" For Valentines Day; Olaf To Appear on "Sofia The First" The Next Day

For the first time ever, Disney’s Frozen will be broadcast on Disney Channel, Sunday February 14th at 7:00 p.m., ET/PT).  The highest grossing animated feature film ever, Frozen was also the winner of two Academy Awards, a Golden Globe and two Grammy Awards.
 
And for those craving new footage of Frozen co-star Olaf, your wish has been granted.  The character makes an all-new special appearance on the hit series Sofia the First the next day, Monday February 15th at 11:30 a.m., ET/PT on Disney Channel and 7:00 p.m., ET/PT on Disney Junior. The episode will be available on WATCHDisneyJunior.com and the WATCH Disney Junior app beginning Monday, February 8th.

Josh Gad is the voice of Olaf and returns to the role in the story titled “The Secret Library: Olaf and the Tale of Miss Nettle,” the second episode of a four-part story arc.  Megan Mullally returns as the voice of Miss Nettle, a role for which she received an Emmy Award nomination earlier this year.  Eric Stonestreet and Hugh Bonneville recur as Sofia’s flying horse Minimus and the Narrator, respectively.

Disney Junior’s Emmy Award-nominated “Sofia the First” is the all-time record holder for the top three cable TV telecasts ever and TV’s #1 series in Girls 2-5 for three straight years.  The series stars Ariel Winter as Sofia; Sara Ramirez as Queen Miranda; Wayne Brady as Clover; and Tim Gunn as Baileywick. “Sofia the First” is executive-produced by Jamie Mitchell and Craig Gerber and is a production of Disney Television Animation.

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