Disney Channel: State by State

Disney Channel: State by State

Did you know that most Disney Channel original series are shot on production studios in Hollywood and Los Angeles, California? California may be the center of film and television production in America, but it’s not where most of the shows actually take place. Disney Channel’s west coast sets stand in for diverse locations throughout the United States, including New York City, Washington D.C., and Chicago.

Map of Disney Channel Series: State by State

Below is a chart of popular Disney Channel shows and the cities that are integral to their settings. Did you know that the Tipton Hotel in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody is located in Boston, Massachusetts? Or that Sonny With a Chance takes place in Appleton, Wisconsin? Find out more below!


New York City, New York

The Wizards of Waverly Place work their magic in New York City’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.

Boston, Massachusetts

In The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, the twins terrorize the Tipton Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.

Crowley Corners, Tennessee

Before she moved to Malibu, Hannah Montana lived in the fictional town of Crowley Corners, Tennessee.

Chicago, Illinois

In Shake It Up, best friends CeCe and Rocky land roles as dancers on a show called Shake It Up, Chicago!.

Denver, Colorado

In Good Luck, Charlie, Teddy makes a video diary for her baby sister Charlie while growing up in Denver, Colorado.

Appleton, Wisconsin

In Sonny With a Chance, Sonny Munroe from Appleton, Wisconsin, joins the cast of her favorite sketch comedy series, So Random!.

San Francisco, California

That’s So Raven was shot in Hollywood but takes place 400 miles north of there in San Francisco, California.

Washington, D.C.

In Cory in the House, Raven’s younger brother moves to Washington, D.C. with their dad who is head chef at the White House.

Kauai, Hawaii

In Lilo & Stich, the mischievous alien Stitch lives with Lilo on the island of Kauai in Hawaii.

Rural, Texas

Disney Channel’s newest series Jessie is set in New York City and stars Debby Ryan as a small-town girl from rural Texas who moves to the city to become a nanny.
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2 Responses to “Disney Channel: State by State”

  1. Gabrielle says:

    Dinsey is the best show every and its gr8

  2. Erika W. says:

    I think this artical is very interesting I thought that was interseting to learn about the shows. The only ones I did not know is Good Luck Charlie, Jessie, and Lilo and Stitch. I am very happy (I think) to learn about the shows more. I like all of the shows they listed on the articale.

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