Disney Channel fans, we wish we could tell you that there was good news today, but sadly this is not the case. After four seasons of airing new episodes of their hit comedy series “Good Luck Charlie,” the network has decided to officially end production on the series following its current batch of episode (which should air at some point in 2014). In some ways, this news comes to us as a surprise given the show’s rising popularity in some aspects, especially since it was not well-known to some non-viewers of youth / family programming until recently (at least from this perspective).
In a new statement confirming the news, a representative for the channel had the following to say:
“On behalf of everyone at Disney Channel, it’s been our great pleasure to work with the extraordinary producers Phil Baker, Drew Vaupen and Dan Staley and the writers and crew of Good Luck Charlie … We could not have dreamt of a better cast than Bridgit Mendler, Jason Dolley, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico and Eric Allan Kramer (and even little Logan Moreau as Baby Toby!) and the many guest stars who make the series so special.”
We know that Disney Channel does still have a number of interesting things planned for the future, including the much-hyped “Girl Meets World” pilot (which we are pretty sure will get picked up to series without too much of a problem).
What do you think about this news, and are you going to miss “Good Luck Charlie” when it officially goes off the air? Be sure to share some of your thoughts below! Meanwhile, be sure to head over to the link here if you do want to find out some more news related to the show.
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