What year did dog with a blog come out? The Ultimate Guide

Avery Jennings and Tyler James are step-siblings from Pasadena who hate each other but came together in the pilot episode. The family faces an even bigger adjustment when they discover that their new dog, Stan, can talk and also has a blog, unbeknownst to the family. Only Avery, Chloe, and Tyler know he can talk. He uses his blog to discuss the happenings in the Jennings-James household. The children learn of his talking ability in the first episode and agree to keep it a secret from their parents, fearing that if the world finds out that he can talk, he will be taken away and experimented on.

In “Stan Falls in Love”, Stan meets the new neighbors poodle, Princess, and instantly falls in love with her. He proposes to Princess in “Stan Sleep Talks”, and she accepts, making them engaged. They marry in “Stan Gets Married”, and in “Stan Has Puppies”, Princess gives birth to Freddy and Gracie.

The series was co-created by Michael B. Kaplan, who previously co-created the Disney XD series Im in the Band. Stephen Full was previously a cast member of that series along with Beth Littleford who had a recurring role. G. Hannelius and Regan Burns also previously guest starred on Im in the Band, during its two-season run. Sesame Street and Muppets performer Paul McGinnis puppeteered specially made puppet legs for Stan for special effects shots (e.g. Stans blogging) for several episodes. It is set in Pasadena, California. The final episode aired on September 25, 2015 and the series aired in reruns until it was pulled off the schedule in August 2017.

When did dog with a blog air?

One of the most requested Disney Channel shows that fans wanted to be added to Disney+, “Dog With A Blog” has been finally added onto Disney+ in the United States.

This series provides examples of:

  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Tyler and Chloe are foolish stepsiblings to Averys responsible stepsibling.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: Bennett and Ellen first met when Tyler and Avery were toddlers, and did not take to each other. Neither one associates the other with that experience, mainly because Bennett had a beard and Ellen had dyed her hair red at the time.
  • Friend-or-Idol Decision: In “Stan Steals Christmas”, Stan hides the kids’ presents in an attempt to be together more often, only to send them off on a mad search finding them. They finally find the presents in a cart at the park, only to realize the cart is full of donations for a group of foster children without any toys to play with; in the end, they willingly give up all their presents to the children, realizing the True Meaning of Christmas.
  • Gamer Chick: Avery poses as one in “World of Woofcraft” then becomes one with the help of Stan.
  • Gender-Blender Name: The older girl is named Avery. While it is occasionally used for girls, it is more often seen as a boys name, especially in fiction, though it isnt a particularly popular name for either gender.
  • Dog with a Blog | Stan of the House – Meet the Family! | Disney Channel UK

    One of the most commonly asked questions since Disney+ launched is when is the popular Disney Channel show, “Dog With A Blog” being added.

    The show tells the story of step-siblings Tyler and Avery, who have trouble getting along in their new, blended family. So Dad adopts a dog in the hopes of bringing the kids together. That happens, to some extent, when the kids discover that their new dog Stan can talk. Tyler and Avery finally agree on one thing: Stan’s ability to speak must be kept a secret.

    There are 69 episodes, spread across three seasons, that aired on Disney Channel from October 12th, 2012 to September 25th, 2015.

    Unfortunately, right now, the show isn’t available on Disney+ in any country, and no official Disney+ release has yet been confirmed. Disney only announces new additions to its streaming service around a month before they added.

    However, if you can’t wait for a Disney+ release, currently, the show is available on digital platforms to purchase such as Amazon and YouTube. It’s not available on any other streaming services.

    While no Disney+ release has yet been announced, we would expect the show to be added eventually, but it does seem like Disney is spreading out some of it content for future releases.

    If you want to see “Dog With A Blog” added to Disney+, make sure you request the show via the official Disney+ feedback form.