The Love Language quiz has long been a controversial part of the holiday season.
In the last few years, the series of quizzes has taken on a new meaning with the release of the Disney film, which depicts the love between two women.
The quiz is also being used to raise money for the Boy Scouts of America.
Now, Disney and the Boy Scout have launched a new initiative to make the quiz a bit more fun.
“We want to be as inclusive as possible,” Disney spokeswoman Erin DeGroot told FoxNews.com.
“It’s been our tradition to be inclusive and have our volunteers bring in the best and brightest from our country, from the world of television, the world in entertainment and from the worlds of sports.”
The Love Languages program is now available to watch on the Disney Channel, Disney Channel and Disney Junior channels.
The series is also available on Hulu, and Disney is offering $5 gift cards to people who subscribe to the channel.
This is the first time the quiz has been adapted into a Disney Channel series.
DeGroots also confirmed that the Love Languages series will be available for free on Disney Junior.
The new series is slated to premiere in 2018.
DeGuise also noted that the series is currently being edited for the Disney Junior channel.
“In the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out the series,” DeGreed said.
“The series will premiere in 2019.”
The new Love Languages quiz is available for all Disney Channel channels.
This isn’t the first Love Languages show to be adapted into an Disney Channel show.
In 2015, the Love Linguistics Series debuted on the network, and the series has since been adapted for Disney Channel.