Kadet (Belgium)

Launched 18 December 2015
Owned by Medialaan
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Country Belgium
Headquarters Vilvoorde, Belgium
Replaced JIM
Sister channel(s) vtm, 2BE
Website kadet.be
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal (Flanders) Channel 9
Mobistar TV (Belgium) Channel 100
Available on all cable systems Check local listings for channels
Telenet Digital TV (Belgium) Channel 30 (Flanders)
Channel 120 (Brussels)
Telenet (Belgium) Check your local listings at zenders.be
Numericable (Belgium) Channel TBA
Voo (Brussels) Channel TBA
Proximus TV (Belgium) Channel 161 (Flanders)
Channel 188 (Brussels & Wallonia)
SNOW (Belgium) Channel TBA
Scarlet (Belgium) Channel 161 (Flanders)
Channel 188 (Brussels & Wallonia)
Streaming media
Yelo TV Watch live (Belgium only)
TV Overal Watch live (Belgium only)

Kadet is the second children's channel of Medialaan (Roularta/De Persgroep), which was launched on December 18, 2015 to replace the channel JIM.


After fourteen years the youth channel JIM stopped on December 16 midnight, because adolescents are more into adult channels and online entertainment.[1] On December 18 at 16:00 Medialaan launched Kadet. Medialaan has developed a content deal with Disney. Daan Van Leeuwen became the head of the children's channels within Medialaan and will continue to develop both Kadet and vtmKzoom in the future. Van Leeuwen used to be programs director of Fox Kids and Jetix Netherlands.[2]


Kadet broadcast mostly programs which can also be seen on Disney XD.[3]

International animated series

International live-action series

Flemish programs


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