Goodbye and good luck, Good Luck Charlie. The Disney Channel sitcom will end its four-season run with a one-hour episode on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 8/7c.
The hit series will end with Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) leaving for college and struggling to shoot one final video diary for her young sister Charlie (Mia Talerico). Also in the episode, parents Amy and Bob Duncan (Leigh-Allyn Baker and Eric Allan Kramer) are planning a going-away party for Teddy, while a surprise guest — Teddy's former boyfriend, Spencer — shows up unexpectedly.
Good Luck Charlie premiered in April 2010 and ultimately aired more than 100 episodes. Highlights of the show's run included the June 2012 episode featuring the birth of baby Toby, which attracted 8.9 million viewers. The Disney Channel original movie Good Luck Charlie: It's Christmas averaged 8.3 million viewers when it premiered in December 2011, making it cable's most-watched live-action movie that year.
More recently, Good Luck Charlie made headlines for featuring a family with two moms — a Disney Channel first.
In the week leading up to the finale, favorite episodes selected by cast members will air, starting with Mendler's pick on Monday, Feb. 10, followed by Jason Dolley (Tuesday, Feb. 11), Bradley Steven Perry (Wednesday, Feb. 12), Kramer (Thursday, Feb. 13) and Baker (Friday, Feb. 14).
Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen (Suddenly Susan) created Good Luck Charlie and executive produce with Dan Staley (Cheers).
Will you miss Good Luck Charlie?