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Disney Channel adds Gravity Falls and Fish Hooks
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Disney Channel adds Gravity Falls and Fish Hooks


Disney Channel adds Gravity Falls and Fish Hooks

After an amazingly successful first season of Fish Hooks, Disney made the only logical decision it could regarding the series — it renewed it for a full second season! Disney Channel recently announced that the Disney Television Animation toon will swim along to the channel in the spring of 2012. And Disney didn’t just catch a single show this time, but an additional cartoon called Gravity Falls! The new series follows Dipper and Mabel Pines, a pair of twins spending summer in Gravity Falls, Oregon with their great uncle. It’s there that they discover The Mystery Shack is a little more mysterious than their great uncle let on. Disney keeps the good stuff coming!


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