In the mid-1980s, Disney decided to dive into producing animated series for television. One of their first efforts was Adventures of the Gummi Bears, which spent 4 seasons on NBC, then shifted to ABC for 1, and finished its run on weekdays as part of the Disney Afternoon anthology block.
The series called attention to the gummi bear candies that were becoming rather popular in those days. The producers, realizing that the series would act as a lead-in to NBC's #1 show of the period, Smurfs, set the series in a similar time frame. Gummi Bears, insofar as I know, may be one of the few series that the late Bill Scott, long associated with Jay Ward, had worked on after the Ward studio had closed. Here is the intro:
Sadly, the series now languishes in Disney's vaults, as there seems to be no interest in putting it on either Disney Channel or DisneyXD.