“Andi Mack” fans only have to wait another week before Season 3 premieres on the Disney Channel. The popular series is set to anchor a new Friday prime-time lineup beginning on the network, and it all starts on November 2 at 8pm on Disney Channel as well as VOD and DisneyNOW.
The show was cable television’s number-one rated series among Girls 6-14 in its third season and stands as Disney Channel’s top rated rated series. The network will be using “Andi Mack” as a lead-in into the new series “Coop and Cami Ask the World,” which will be followed by the popular comedy “Raven’s Home”.
This week, “Andi Mack” was nominated for a 2018 BAFTA in Children’s Programming. It is also the recipient of a Television Academy Honor, a GLAAD Media award, a U.S. Asia Institute honor, the Common Sense Media Seal for Quality Family Programming and a Peabody Award nomination.
As for the show itself, the series stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee as the title character, Lilan Bowden as Rebecca “Bex” Mack, Lauren Tom as Celia Mack, Joshua Rush as Cyrus Goodman, Sofia Wylie as Buffy Driscoll, Asher Angel as Jonah Beck and Trent Garrett as Bowie. Recurring cast members are Stoney Westmoreland as Henry “Ham” Mack, Emily Skinner as Amber, Luke Mullen as T.J. and Darius Marcell as Walker.
“Andi Mack” was created and is executive produced by Terri Minsky (“Lizzie McGuire”) and also executive produced by Michelle Manning (“The Breakfast Club,” Disney Channel Original Movies “Adventures in Babysitting” an (“Teen Beach 2”). Phil Baker (Disney Channel’s “Good Luck Charlie”) is co-executive producer. The series is produced by Horizon Productions, filmed in Salt Lake City, Utah, and carries a TV-G parental guideline.
Earlier this week Disney Channel announced a new comedy series called “Just Roll with It” that will blend improve with the standard scripted setup. Filmed before a studio audience, the series is centered around the blended Bennett-Blatt family and features step-siblings Blair and Owen, who could not be more different. Blair, played by Kaylin Hayman (“One Day at a Time”) is the polar opposite of her strict, regimented, ex-military mom Rachel, played by Suzi Barrett (“Kirby Buckets”). Ramon Reed (Broadway musical “The Lion King”) plays Owen, a born athlete with a taste for scheduling and organization, who is always trying to clean up his creative and charismatic father and morning radio show host Byron, played by Tobie Windham (“Walk the Prank”).