Jessie: Season Four Renewal for Disney Channel Series

Jessie season fourDisney Channel has renewed their Jessie TV show for a fourth season. Production will resume in August and season four will start airing next January. Third season episodes are currently airing n Friday nights.

Here’s the official press release:


––Series Star Debby Ryan to Direct Summer Episode–

Jessie and the Ross kids will return for a fourth season of “Jessie,” the hit comedy series for kids and families, it was announced today by Adam Bonnett, Executive Vice President, Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide. Production resumes in Los Angeles in August with season four scheduled to premiere in January 2015 on Disney Channel. Meanwhile, new episodes of season three are currently airing, including one directed by the series 21 year-old star/producer Debby Ryan, and a wedding story arc this fall in which Jessie gets engaged.

2014 to date, “Jessie” is TV’s #1 telecast in its time period, and overall, it is TV’s #2 live-action series in Kids 2-11 (1.6 million/4.0 rating) and Kids 6-11 (1.3 million/5.4 rating), and the #4 TV series in Tweens 9-14 (1.2 million/4.8 rating).

Bonnett said, “‘Jessie’ is a fan favorite for kids and families all around the world. Pam Eells (Executive Producer, Creator) and the entire team behind ‘Jessie’ have made this television family a huge global hit. Our audience gets to continue the journey with these characters, watching the Ross kids grow up with Jessie guiding the way for them.”

Starring are Debby Ryan as Jessie, Kevin Chamberlin as Bertram, Peyton List as Emma, Karan Brar as Ravi, Cameron Boyce as Luke and Skai Jackson as Zuri.

The live-action comedy series was created by Pamela Eells O’Connell (“Family Matters,” “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody,” “The Suite Life on Deck”), who serves as executive producer. Debby Ryan is a producer.

New episodes of “Jessie” air FRIDAYS on Disney Channel. The series is a production of It’s A Laugh Productions, Inc and carries a TV-G parental guideline.

Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable and satellite in nearly 97 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on Disney Channels around the world, Disney Channel is part of the Disney/ABC Television Group.

What do you think? Will you, or someone in your home, be watching the new season of Jessie?

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  1. Nikki de la torre says

    We LOVE The Jessie show. The white casa is amazing . Please do not temove this show. My girls and I really enjoy watching the shows as a family . We loooove Jesse….

  2. Kaitlyn says

    Yes I will its funny and cool and if u start taking away all the Good shows like in the past then people will stop watching Disney channel and I know u don’t want that

  3. waltDisney says

    I’m in the older group 20-30s and I find the show Jessie hilarious I love it give it 2 thumbs way up keep up the good work. can’t wait till 2nite to watch

  4. Abria says

    I love Jessie its like the greatest show on earth why in the world would u end this awsome show I will of course watch it on netflix but that dosent change the fcat that what about those sad lonely kids sometimes when im sad I watch jessie and it makes me happy again but anyway if u want to let all those fans down your a mean person

  5. Emily Wilson says

    Kids all over the world live this show, and so do i. why do you always end shows that people love. Disney channel was a great channel from the 90s to 2008, now the shows are getting alot more crappier.

  6. Kylie says

    I’m a teenager and I love love love this show. I feel related to the Ross kids and PLEASE don’t take this show off air there is so many ppl who love it please please please don’t

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