'Hannah Montana' Releases Season 4 Promo
Disney Channel has just released a TV spot for the new season of "Hannah Montana". Despite announcing that the fourth one would be the last fans will see of Miley Stewart and the gang, the promo is called "Hannah Montana Forever".
The fourth season kicked off its production on January 18 this year and will begin airing the episodes in July. Containing around 11 episodes that will air throughout the year, "Hannah Montana" will wrap it up with one-hour series finale. "It's one of the things she's been wrestling with for months - whether it's time to make a decision to continue being Hannah Montana or just be a regular, ordinary girl," Disney Channel Worldwide programming exec Adam Bonnett said.
On another news, the show is including a dozens of military families in a concert scene. On March 12, Miley Cyrus and her father Billy Ray Cyrus have given them a chance to be the studio audience but they decided to do more with them. The kids will be able to greet their deployed parents via satellite.
"My dad has always been super involved with the troops so [the producers] always try to find things that are close to our hearts and that we're really involved in," Miley told People. Billy Ray chimed in, "This past December I was in Afghanistan and Iraq and that trip inspired the writers to say let's do an episode to say thank you to the troops."
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