Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus fans are used to getting the best of both worlds, as the theme song goes, after watching the 17-year-old songstress juggle her TV and music career for four years. But soon viewers will be singing a very different tune as the show prepares to premiere its fourth, and final, season.
Hannah Montana Forever, premiering on Sunday, July 11 at 8/7c, follows student-by-day, pop-star-by-night Miley Stewart as she and her dad and brother relocate from their Malibu beach house to their new ranch. In addition to the Stewart's family new digs, the upcoming season will welcome new guest stars including Sheryl Crow, Jay Leno, Kelly Ripa...
What happens when best buds become more than friends? "It's complicated," Chelsea Staub, who plays Stella on Disney's JONAS LA, tells TVGuide.com. "You don't want to chance messing things up."
But that doesn't keep Staub's character from kissing Joe Jonas, which she says is "definitely a good gig."
Good Luck Charlie - Jason Dolley
Remember the TGIF sitcoms of yesteryear? Jason Dolley does, and he's not quite sure what happened to them.
"They were so huge, especially when my parents were growing up — everyone watched TV together," he tells TVGuide.com of such classic Friday-night family comedies as The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family. "That whole TGIF concept, for whatever reason, is gone now. But I think we will sort of fill that void."
Dolley stars in the new Disney comedy Good Luck Charlie (premieres Sunday at 8:30/7:30c), a throwback to those old-school family sitcoms that appealed to multiple generations (think Step by Step and Family Matters). The series focuses on the Duncan siblings, P.J. (Dolley), Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) and Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry), who must care for their baby sister Charlotte ("Charlie") when their ...
Cable company Cablevision forged a deal with New York City's ABC affiliate just in time for millions of viewers to catch the 82nd Academy Awards Sunday.
The Disney Channel has picked up second season of Jonas, the comedy series starring Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, the Network announced Monday.
"We couldn't ask for a more collaborative or creative partnership than we have with the Jonas Brothers — and the success of our first season of Jonas speaks for itself," said President of Entertainment Gary Marsh in a statement.
Watch full episodes of Jonas in our Online Video Guide
According to the announcement, the show will add...
Iron Man, Mickey Mouse
"Mickey Mouse, meet Iron Man; Spidey, this is Kermit."
The Walt Disney Company has announced that it intends to acquire Marvel Entertainment, the companies announced in a joint release Monday. The stock and cash transaction is worth $4 billion.
Let's check out the dueling CEO statements, shall we?