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'Lizzie Maguire,' 'Hannah Montana,' 'That's So Raven' returning to TV

Freeform will air classic Disney Channel original series throughout May...  Read More...

Lizzie McGuire, Hannah Montana, That's So Raven Returning to TV -

If looking forward to a Disney Channel Original Movie mega-marathon at the end of the month wasn’t enough for you, sister channel Freeform is starting the millennial nostalgia early by airing episodes of old Disney Channel original series every night throughout the month of May. Here’s the sitch: from midnight to 2 a.m. ET every Monday-Thursday in May, Freeform will air a block of four beloved Disney Channel series from the 2000s. Lizzie McGuire will kick off the two-hour block, followed by That’s So Raven , then Hannah Montana , and finally Kim Possible . Coincidentally, all four of those did pretty well on EW’s ranking of the best Disney Channel original series. Read the full article at .

'Hannah Montana' stars celebrate show's 10th anniversary

Emily Osment and MitchelMusso aregetting in on the Hannah Montana love for the shows 10-year anniversary. The actors, who played Miley Stewart/Hannah Montannas best friends Lily and Oliver, Instagrammed old photos of themselves with each other and Miley Cyrus from the time of the show...   Read More...

Satan, Atheists Still Awaiting Apology From Billy Ray Cyrus

Billy Ray Cyrus says he's focused on "mending my family" after a magazine article last week in which he said the success of "Hannah Montana" tore his family apart and blamed Hollywood, Satan and atheists. Related Articles:  Billy Ray Cyrus Says Family Was Attacked by Satan -- and He Blames 'Hannah Montana' Jeremy Piven & Mike O'Malley Join Miley Cyrus in 'So Undercover'

Reel TV News: Billy Ray Blames Miley's Troublesome Behavior on Others - 2/15/11

In today's Reel TV News, Kira dishes on the latest Miley Cyrus drama. Dad Billy Ray says he regrets her stressful days of child stardom, as it may have contributed to her troublesome behavior today. Are bad influences to blame, or is she just a problem child? Also, The Rock announces his return to WrestleMania after his acting hiatus, and Tim Gunn speaks candidly about the upcoming season, and who absolutely won't  be appearing as a guest judge! Catch the full news by watching the video below! Reel TV News: 2/15/11

This Week in TV: Scheduling and TV Stars who are Too Old to Play Teens – 01/24/11

It's Monday, which means an all-new edition of This Week in TV! This time around, Kendra and Rachel give us a rundown of the especially-exciting TV schedule lineup this week, including all the CW midseason returns! Also, in honor of all the CW's teen dramas that star actors who aren't actually teens at all, Kendra and Rachel are calling out all the TV stars from our favorite shows that are way too old to play teenagers. Cory Monteith, we're lookin' at you! For the full list of picks (and the TV lineup you don't want to miss this week), click over to the video via the link below! This Week in TV: 1/24/11

"Hannah Montana" Finale Delivers 6.2 Million Total Viewers

Quick Take - Fast National Ratings - Sunday, January 16, 2011 "Hannah Montana" Finale Delivers 6.2 Million Total Viewers, Hit Series' Fourth Season is its Most-Watched on Record; Audience Built Each Season in Total Viewers and Kids 6-11 Comedy About an Ordinary Girl Living the Best of Both Worlds Ranked as Cable's No. 1 Series of the Year Among Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14 for 3 of the Past 5 Years "Hannah Montana Forever" Series Finale (7:00 - 8:00 p.m.) After nearly 5 years and over 100 new episodes on Disney Channel, Sunday's series finale of "Hannah Montana" delivered 6.2 million Total Viewers, outperforming its record-setting fourth season average by 9%. The finale was easily cable's No. 1 telecast in the hour among Kids 6-11 (2.1 million/8.6 rating) and Tweens 9-14 (2.0 million/8.3 rating) and posted Disney Channel's highest ratings ever in the hour in Total Viewers and Kids 6-11. Read More...

Au revoir, Miley: A brief, obligatory eulogy for 'Hannah Montana'

"This is the way the world ends/ Not with a bang but a whimper."So T.S. Eliot clearly couldn't have had Disney Channel's four-season run of "Hannah Montana" in mind as an apt metaphor when he wrote "The Hollow Men," but the words remain eerily relevant.The vehicle that brought Miley Cyrus into the collective cultural consciousness -- and revived the career of dad Billy Ray -- quietly went the way of so many children's series before it on Jan. 17, with the last episode, "Wherever I go."In the two-parter, Miley (recently outed as her alter-ego, Hannah) faces the finale-worthy dilemma of going to college or starring in a film. Since this is Disney, clearly both options would be equally desirable for the young demographic, so what's ideal to kids these days?Well, Miley got into Stanford. A perennial top 10 university among undergraduate programs and the West Coast equivalent of the Ivy League, this makes sense. The...

Hannah Montana Series Finale: Hugs and Warm Fuzzies for Everyone (Even Rico!)

After four years of hijinks, squabbles and crazy wigs, Hannah Montana sang its swan song with a — we'll say it, teary ! — hour-long series finale Sunday. The episode focused on the longstanding friendship between Miley (Miley Cyrus) and Lilly (Emily Osment), who have made plans to attend Stanford together. Unfortunately, just before orientation, Miley is offered a role in a Steven Spielberg blockbuster opposite Tom Cruise and shooting in Paris. What's a famous-yet-loyal friend to do? Read More...

'Hannah Montana Forever': Promo for final episode has best freeze frame ever

Hannah Montana concludes its four-season run on the Disney Channel this Sunday, and the promo for the series finale shows Miley (Miley Cyrus) having to make THE BIGGEST DECISION EVER — doing a movie or going to college. I really have no idea which way she’s gonna go. When she flops herself on the couch and says, "I want this part more than anything else in the world," I’m thinking movie. But then we see what appears to be young co-eds in pajamas at a dorm and I’m thinking college. But then she’s at an airport — movie? Then she looks at a framed graduation photo sitting in a set that looks like it’s been borrowed from a soap opera — movie, but she quits, and then college? What’s your guess? Watch the promo below. Source & Promo