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'Good Luck Charlie' Gets Season 2 and TV Movie

July 12, 2010 (9:26 am) GMT
Performing well on the ratings in teen girls demographic, the Disney sitcom will return for another season in 2011 and a DCOM version.

"" literally gets its wish for Disney Channel has renewed the show for another season. It was also announced on Sunday, July 11 that the series starring will get a TV movie treatment much like the other Disney shows such as "".

The series itself follows two teenagers, Teddy and Casey Holliday, and their 10-year-old brother, Gabe, whose parents enlist their help when they return to work after the birth of their fourth child, Charlotte, aka Charlie. Since its premiere in April this year, the show has been averaging 4.1 million viewers per week.

The second season is to debut next year but the TV movie's date is unknown. Geoff Rodkey, who also writes the series, will be writing the script while the cast reprise their roles.

Disney Channel will soon lose one of its highest performing series "". But the channel is confident with the presence of Mendler in place of who is leaving her teen image behind. Back in 2009, Adam Bonnett, senior Vice President of original programming at Disney Channel said about Mendler, "We just fell in love with her. She has all the attributes of a Disney star."

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