Celebrate National Dance Like A Chicken Day With Disney Junior’s “The Chicken Squad” Dance

Another Disney Junior original song and dance will make its debut in the network’s new series The Chicken Squad. Ahead of tonight’s big premiere, and in celebration of National Dance Like a Chicken Day, Disney Junior shared a sneak peek at “The Chicken Squad Dance” that little ones will be excited to learn.

What’s Happening:

  • In anticipation of tonight’s premiere of The Chicken Squad, Disney Junior is introducing audiences to the show’s siblings Coop, Sweetie, and Little Boo through a fun new dance: The Chicken Squad Dance!

  • Fans can warm up and get some eggs-ercise before the show, with this fun 3-step dance as illustrated below:

  • “The Chicken Squad Dance” is featured in every episode with the “Chicken Charge” anthem that the chickens sing upon determination of a new mission.
  • The new Disney Junior animated series The Chicken Squad premieres tonight at 7:30 pm EDT/PDT on Disney Junior and DisneyNOW

About The Series:

  • “Inspired by Doreen Cronin’s popular children’s books, The Chicken Squad follows a trio of young chicken siblings—Coop, Sweetie and Little Boo—and their retired search and rescue dog mentor, Captain Tully, as they team up on problem-solving adventures in their backyard to help their animal friends.”


  • The Chicken Squad stars:
    • Ramone Hamilton as Coop
    • Maxwell Simkins as Little Boo
    • Gabriella Graves as Sweetie
    • Yvette Nicole Brown as Captain Tully
  • The recurring guest voice cast includes:
    • Tony Hale
    • Jane Lynch
    • Melissa Rauch
    • Sean Giambrone
    • Malcolm-Jamal Warner  

Creative Team:

  • The Chicken Squad was developed and is executive produced by Tom Rogers (Elena of Avalor).
  • Rachel Ruderman (Sofia the First) is co-producer and story editor.
  • Alex Geringas (Voltron: Legendary Defender) and Mike Himelstein (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) are the series’ songwriters.
  • The series is produced by Wild Canary in association with Disney Junior.