The 'Kickin It' Cast Say Their Goodbyes In New Featuette - Watch Here! (Exclusive)

The 'Kickin It' Cast Say Their Goodbyes In New Featuette - Watch Here! (Exclusive)

JJJ is not ready to say goodbye to Kickin’ It!

Kim (Olivia Holt) is back in Seaford and speaks about Sensei Rudy (Jason Earles) in this new, exclusive still from the series finale of the Disney XD show.

In “The Grandmaster”, Kim returns from Japan with her sensei, Tomo (Hahn Cho), who’s interested in hiring Rudy for a position at the prestigious Otai.

While he interviews the gang about their sensei and after hearing about the impact he’s had on their lives, Sensei Tomo makes Rudy the offer of a lifetime.

“The Grandmaster” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, March 25th @ 7:30PM ET/PT on Disney XD.

Check out all the pics, plus an exclusive featurette below!


The ‘Kickin It’ Cast Reflects On The Show
Like Just Jared Jr. on FB
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 01
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 02
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 03
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 04
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 05
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 06
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 07
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 08
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 09
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 10
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 11
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 12
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 13
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 14
kickin it series finale excl stills featurette 15

  • Guest

    >>>>>>>Evelyn . I see what you mean… Stanley `s posting is unimaginable… on wednesday I bought Honda from having earned $4441 this-past/month and-a little over, ten-grand this past munth . with-out any question its the best-job Ive ever done . I began this 9-months ago and almost immediately was bringing in more than $79 per/hr . learn the facts here now.

    ??????? SeeHereFor—GetQuickJobs

  • Paul C.

    One of the “problems” Disney and Nickelodeon have is that their shows tend to have a 3 or 4 season lifespan due to the fact that kids in the cast grow up and outgrow their roles. There are a few other reasons that tend to restrict the number of episodes written for any given show.

    Kickin it was one of the shows that was able to go the distance. While the episodes did become predictable, the cast and crew were able to work within the guidelines set by Disney.

    It was amazing to see how much the cast grew during the show’s run. Hopefully they will have success in whatever they do going forward.