Cloud Nine (partially found live-action segments from PAX TV children's block; 1998–2000)

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Logo of the block.

Status: Partially found

Cloud Nine (or Cloud 9) was a children's programming block that aired on Saturday and Sunday mornings on PAX TV (now Ion Television) from 1998 to 1999, as part of a two-year agreement.[1] The block featured cartoons from DIC Entertainment, which was owned by Disney during the block's run. Cloud Nine centers on a group of four teenage angels: Gabe, Raffaella, Michael, and Angela. In a series of live-action segments produced in-house at PAX, the angels run a public-access show and learn valuable life lessons.[2] Cloud Nine would eventually be replaced by PAX Kids sometime in 1999.


Finneus Egan – Gabe

Amy Grabow – Raffaella

Zachary Girard – Michael

Andrea Massion – Angela


A commercial for Cloud Nine containing short clips of the live-action segments was uploaded to YouTube on September 17th, 2018, by Peter Paltridge under the username platypuscomixII. Paltridge stated in an article on his website,, that he has no other recordings of the block, and he taped PAX only two times during its seven-year existence.[3] No other footage of the block surfaced online until April 2, 2022, when YouTube channel "lugia's VHS archive" uploaded two videos of footage from a September 1998 broadcast of the block from Kansas City, Missouri PAX station KPXE-TV. Due to the block's obscurity and short run, the majority of Cloud Nine's live-action segments are lost.


Promotional photo of Raffaella (Amy Grabow) and Michael (Zachary Girard).
A commercial for the block, featuring short snippets of the live-action segments.

A compilation of Cloud Nine commercials and bumpers (0:00 – 0:07, 2:09 – 2:55, 4:57 – 5:04)

More footage from the block (intro and theme song at 3:08).