American Dragon: Jake Long

Watch American Dragon: Jake Long

  • TV-G
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 6.6  (13,412)

American Dragon: Jake Long is an animated series by Disney that tells the story of the teenage boy Jake Long, who is half-human and half-dragon. The show aired from 2005 to 2007, and it features the voice talents of Dante Basco, Amy Bruckner, Jeff Bennett, Keone Young, Lauren Tom, John DiMaggio, Charlie Finn, and Paul Rugg.

Jake is the only dragon living in Manhattan and is a descendant of a long line of magical dragons. His human form allows him to attend school and lead a normal life, but when danger arises, he can transform into his dragon form and use his powers to battle evil creatures. Alongside his friends and family, Jake must navigate teenage life while also protecting his magical heritage from those who wish to exploit it.

The show's premise is charming and unique, combining elements of supernatural fantasy with a typical coming-of-age story. Jake struggles to balance his duties as a dragon with his desire for a normal teenage life, and the series explores the challenges of identity, social acceptance, and family dynamics in a lighthearted and humorous way.

Dante Basco gives a standout performance as Jake, perfectly capturing his arrogance and vulnerability as he learns to navigate his dual existence. Amy Bruckner shines as Jake's best friend and eventual love interest, Haley, who is smart, strong-willed, and equal to Jake in every way. Jeff Bennett, Keone Young, and Lauren Tom all deliver strong performances as Jake's family members, each bringing their unique personality and quirkiness to the table.

The show also features a host of memorable villains, including the Huntsman, who hunts magical creatures for sport, and the Dark Dragon, an ancient dragon released from his prison who seeks to conquer the magical world. Each villain is distinct and fully fleshed out, providing a worthy foe for Jake to battle.

One of the show's strengths is its animation, which is colorful, detailed, and action-packed. The dragons are designed with a unique spin on traditional dragon mythology, showcasing bright colors and ornate patterns. The show also features a diverse cast of human characters, reflecting the melting pot of Manhattan, and the city itself is beautifully rendered with iconic buildings and landmarks.

Another standout feature of American Dragon: Jake Long is its humor, which is clever and witty without being too juvenile. The show seamlessly blends pop culture references with traditional folklore, creating a world that feels both familiar and magical.

Overall, American Dragon: Jake Long is a delightful animated series that combines humor, heart, and action, making it appealing to audiences of all ages. Its charming characters, unique premise, and stunning animation make it a standout show in the Disney canon.

American Dragon: Jake Long is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on January 21, 2005.

American Dragon: Jake Long
Filter by Source

The Hong Kong Longs
34. The Hong Kong Longs
September 1, 2007
Lao Shi is kidnapped during a trip to Hong Kong.
Being Human
33. Being Human
August 4, 2007
Haley takes over the position of American Dragon while Jake is stressed out about his middle school graduation.
Furious Jealousy
32. Furious Jealousy
July 7, 2007
Spud makes a deal with Fury to win over the affection of Stacey.
Magic Enemy #1
31. Magic Enemy #1
June 2, 2007
Jakes online Journal makes Rotwood the magical worlds # 1 enemy.
Bite Father, Bite Son
30. Bite Father, Bite Son
June 16, 2007
Mr. Long brings Jake into the office for a bring your child to work day. During the day, a group of vampires attack.
Game On
29. Game On
July 1, 2007
Jake uses cheat codes to make his life easier.
Nobody's Fu
28. Nobody's Fu
May 12, 2007
Jake gets a helper monkey to replace Fu Dog.
Year of The Jake
27. Year of The Jake
February 8, 2007
During Chinese New-year, Jake accidentally cures Lao Shi's shop with bad luck.
Shaggy Frog
26. Shaggy Frog
April 28, 2007
Spud gets "froggy" powers. He likes it until #88, and #89 go frog hunting.
Siren Says
25. Siren Says
April 7, 2007
Jake is won at the school's bachelor auction by a pretty girl, and an average girl. Unfortunately, Lao Shi, Trixie, and Fu Dog fear that she may be a siren.
Young At Heart
23. Young At Heart
March 24, 2007
Jake is turned into a 21-year-old man. He enjoys it until he realizes that he has to grow up.
A Ghost Story
22. A Ghost Story
June 16, 2007
Jake, Spud, and Trixie become camp counselors. Meanwhile Jake has to go up against Brad, and a clan of vengeful ghosts.
21. Homecoming
March 10, 2007
Jake and Rose are choosen homecoming king and queen and must stop the Huntsman from reclaiming the last Aztec Skulls
Year of the Jake
19. Year of the Jake
February 18, 2007
Jake denies his heritage and he doesn't wants to celebrate the Chinese New Year. He convinces Grandpa to care of the shop. But Jake's refusal of his Chinese culture heritage becomes dangerous and causes a series of calamities.
The Love Cruise
17. The Love Cruise
February 3, 2007
Jake borrows the Bow and arrow that Cupid left his grand father while going on vacation. Jake decides to use the newly aquired bow and arrow to play matchmaker on the schools 'Love Cruise'.
16. Switcheroo
January 6, 2007
Haley and Jake switch bodies.
Hairy Christmas
15. Hairy Christmas
December 25, 2006
Its Christmas Eve and Jake is sick of his families Christmas traditions which he considers to be humiliating. But when he rescues a baby Sasquatch which has been accidentally separated from its family, he begins to learn the value of his family traditions.
Supernatural Tuesday
14. Supernatural Tuesday
October 28, 2006
Jake runs for student body president while using a glove that can read peoples minds.
Haley Gone Wild
13. Haley Gone Wild
September 30, 2006
Haley becomes excessively wild after watching a children's show.
Feeding Frenzy
12. Feeding Frenzy
September 23, 2006
Jake deals with Greggy, his annoying cousin, and a water based foe who threatens to flood a majority of North America.
Fools Gold
11. Fools Gold
September 16, 2006
Jake starts to work for an unscrupulous Leprechaun clan and gets drawn into the mobster lifestyle.
A Befuddled Mind
10. A Befuddled Mind
September 9, 2006
After Spud gets a perfect score in a government issued standardized exam, he is sent to a special school called "The Genius Institute." He soon finds out that this school holds more mystery then its secret identity.
9. Dreamscape
August 19, 2006
Jake begins to use his power to step in to people's dreams, but soon finds he is stepping into more than he can bargain for.
Hero of the Hourglass
8. Hero of the Hourglass
August 12, 2006
Jake uses time travel to go back to the year 1986 and tell his father about dragons and the world of magical creatures. His father reacts worse then expected and breaks up with his future mother, meaning that Jake has to work to get his parents back together.
Family Business
7. Family Business
August 5, 2006
Things heat up around the Long home when Jake realises that Haley has begun her dragon training.
6. Breakout
July 29, 2006
Jake is distracted from his work when he gets a bad case of dragon acne. He must also work with Rose when she reveals the huntsmasters evil plans.
Something Fishy This Way Comes
5. Something Fishy This Way Comes
July 15, 2006
Jakes life takes a turn for the worst when his Grandfather starts dating his principal. To make matters worse Jake hears about a fierce beast which is attacking magical creatures.
The Doppelganger Gang
4. The Doppelganger Gang
July 8, 2006
Jake is feeling stressed with his very busy life so he decides to create copies of himself in order to help him with his daily duties but all does not go as planned and everything executes with disasterous results.
The Academy
3. The Academy
July 1, 2006
Jake poses as a huntsclan student in order to get Rose
2. Half-Baked
June 24, 2006
In an attempt to find Rose, Jake uses a magical potion but all does not go as planned as the contents of the potion accidentally end up in cupcakes which are baked for the school carnival.
Bring It On
1. Bring It On
June 10, 2006
Trixie has to go undercover as a cheerleader to get some answers when Jake battles a villain named Fury.
Where to Watch American Dragon: Jake Long
American Dragon: Jake Long is available for streaming on the Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch American Dragon: Jake Long on demand at Disney+ and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 21, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (13,412)