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‘Gargoyles’ Available to Stream on YouTube


Gargoyles was a Disney animated series far ahead of its time, and retains a devoted fan base to this day. Airing from 1994-1997, the show is widely considered to be one of the best of its era, alongside classics like Batman: The Animated Series, and it seems as though Disney wants to get more exposure for the cult favorite. reports that all 78 episodes of the series are now available to stream via the DisneyShows YouTube channel.

Co-created by Greg Weisman (who went on to co-create Young Justice), Gargoyles focused on a clan of mystical gargoyles, who turned to stone during the day, but came to life at night. After billionaire David Xanatos relocates the Gargoyles’ medieval Scottish castle to New York, the clan must adjust to modern living, aided by intrepid NYPD detective Elisa Maza, while clashing with Xanatos.

The entire run of Gargoyles is available online, including the controversial third season, with which Weisman was dissatisfied. He would go on to write a Gargoyles comic book series that ignored the third season, instead choosing to pick up from the end of the second and tell a new story in its place.

Check out the first episode of Gargoyles below.


  • lewis4510

    I can see why he was dissatisfied with the third season. Xanatos was turned into hero and an ally. After trying to destroy them for the first two seasons. Also the ridiculous quest around the world to find lost gargoyles tribes.

  • al

    No that was season 2. Season 3 (episodes 66-78) was called the Goliath Chronicles and featured a hate group, called the Quarrymen going around trying to destroy the gargoyles during the day. Bleah.

  • CM Towns

    The episodes had been on youtube for a while now. I watched them all a year ago on their youtube channel.

  • DaMak

    Um… I’ve seen every episode on Youtube. This is just Disney wanting to control how its watch.

  • Duane Bekaert

    >The uploader has not made this video available in your country.
    Too bad.

  • Teri Garrgoyle

    Seen the episodes on YouTube before and I know people will state that Disney just wants to control them, BUT I wonder if they’re trying to also get some awareness of the property going again. Maybe they’ll bring it back with a new series or perhaps a movie version?!? Speculation, I know, but fun speculation, none the less.

  • Taylor

    Sadly us Canadians apparently can’t watch it. Great. Way to get my hopes up Disney

  • Leandro Ariel

    I’m Argentinian and I can’t watch it either. Maybe it’s available only in the US. :/

  • Leonardo Gomes

    “The uploader has not made this video available in your country.”


  •!/ David R. Schmitt

    What are you talking about? Wrong seasons man, and the visiting of the different tribes was amazing!

  •!/ David R. Schmitt

    Yep, Disney fail.