A scene from Tangled.

In a special episode of Tangled: The Series we see Rapunzel rule the kingdom of Corona.

Anyone else adore Rapunzel as much as we do? How can you not love the feisty, free-spirited princess! Now that she’s back in Tangled: The Series we can get an extra dose of adventure and fun.

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Mark your calendars for a special one-hour episode of Tangled: The Series on Friday 19 January at 16:30 on Disney Channel and streaming on DStv Now where we see the King and Queen of Corona leave for a mountain retreat and leave Rapunzel in charge of the kingdom. Of course her temporary ruling doesn’t come easy as she deals with some hard decisions that need to be made. Does she listen to reason or follow her heart?

Seeing as we love Tangled: The Series so much, we figured it was only fair to share some cool things you may not know about the series:

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- Got tied up in the Tangled feature film in 2010 just as much as us? Then you’ll be happy to know that Rapunzel and Flynn Rider are voiced by their original voice actors still: Mandy More and Zachary Levi.

- There was a notable change though: Julie Bowen replaced Ashley Judd as Queen Arianna – yes Claire Dunphy from Modern Family voices a queen!

- This is the first Disney Channel animated series based on a movie in a while – we’re talking since 2006 with The Emperor's New School.

- To squash any confusion, the timeline of the show is set between Tangled and the short released in 2012, Tangled Ever After.

Watch the special “Queen for a Day” episode of Tangled: The Series on Friday 19 January at 16:30 on Disney Channel and streaming on DStv Now.

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