Teen Angel (partially found Disney Channel serial drama; 1989)

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A still of Jason Priestley as main character Buzz Gunderson.

Status: Partially Found

Teen Angel (not to be confused with the 1997 sitcom of the same name) was a fantasy serial drama that aired on the Disney Channel in 1989, debuting on The All New Mickey Mouse Club on April 24th, and ending on May 22nd, 1989.[1]

The show starred a pre-Beverly Hills, 90210 Jason Priestley as greaser guardian angel Buzz Gunderson, who died in a car wreck in 1959. Buzz would be given various assignments and tasks to complete in order to get into heaven.

A sequel series, Teen Angel Returns, with Priestley, Robyn Lively, and future Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Jennie Garth, followed. It aired from October 2nd to 22nd, 1989.[2]


Three segments have resurfaced online, though two dubbed in German. According to research, the show seems to have a large German fanbase, possibly explaining why most of the only information on the show is in German.


The official English titles are unknown, but IMDb has a list of the episodes for each series (each title in German)

Teen Angel

Episode Name Status
Episode 1 Found (English) Partially Found (German)
Episode 2 Found (English) Partially Found (German)
Episode 3 Found (English)
Episode 4 Found (English)
Episode 5 Found (English)
Episode 6 Lost
Episode 7 Lost
Episode 8 Lost
Episode 9 Lost
Episode 10 Lost
Episode 11 Found (English)
Episode 12 Partially Found

Teen Angel Returns

An unknown episode of Teen Angel Returns has been partially found and uploaded to YouTube by an actor from the series, Alex Aquarius. It can be seen here

Episode Name Status
Episode 1 Found
Episode 2 Found
Episode 3 Found
Episode 4 Found
Episode 5 Lost
Episode 6 Lost
Episode 7 Lost
Episode 8 Found
Episode 9 Found
Episode 10 Found
Episode 11 Lost
Episode 12 Found
Episode 13 Found


A behind the scenes feature, including a few short clips (0:21 to 1:26)

See Also

Disney Channel

Playhouse Disney

Disney Junior

Toon Disney

Disney XD



  1. Cotter, Bill (1997). The Wonderful World of Disney Television. Hyperion Books. pp. 297, 583. ISBN 0-7868-6359-5.
  2. https://archive.org/details/disneytozofficia00smit/page/656

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