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Bridgit Mendler and Good Luck Charlie Return
If you are one those people who watch Good Luck Charlie religiously then you’ll be very pleased to know the Disney Channel has renewed the series for a third season, ensuring that you will see Bridgit Mendler and baby Charlie for another year. Yay! Don’t be shy, you can scream with joy if you want. That’s better! The third season will premiere in 2012 with production again taking place in Los Angeles (it’s supposed to be Denver in the show, but somehow they make it work. TV magic!). Also coming in the winter is a Christmas themed TV movie, called Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! Not the most imaginative title (it makes me think of A Charlie Brown Christmas for some reason), but it gets the job done efficiently.
In case you’re out the of loop Good Luck Charlie is about Teddy (Mendler), a teenage girl who creates video diaries for her baby sister that will serve as advice on her family and growing up when she’s older. It has proved to be quite a popular show, with some of the highest ratings on the Disney Channel. Most impressively, the show has become one of the top performers in the 18-49 demographic. That age group is highly sought after and 21% of Good Luck Charlie’s viewers fall in to that market. Say what you will about some of the Disney Channel’s programming, but they must be doing something right to be getting the kind of numbers this show is getting.