We think we‚Äôre prepared for the final two episodes of Liv and Maddie…think, being the optimal word.
The final episodes of the Disney Channel series start next Friday and who are we kidding?
We‚Äôre NOT ready…and all because showrunners John D. Beck and Ron Hart said this:
‚ÄúThere are a lot of tear-jerking moments that are coming.‚ÄĚ
However, it‚Äôs not all tear-jerking, they promised: ‚ÄúThere’s a lot of fun as well, we always try to balance out the drama with the comedy but we deal with some pretty heavy stuff. I think everyone is going to be pretty satisfied with where the show lands after.‚ÄĚ
John and Ron add, ‚ÄúAt the end of the third season, we didn’t know if Liv and Maddie was going to continue, so we treated like that was the series finale.‚ÄĚ
They added, ‚ÄúWe went big with everything then — we made Liv a superhero, we destroyed the house…this time though, we knew for sure it was going to end. We went towards the emotion this time and we think it really is a satisfying, sentimental ending.‚ÄĚ
One thing they both say about the finale though — Dove Cameron is spectacular in them.
‚ÄúDove is exceptionally talented and she gave some of her best performances at the end of the series.‚ÄĚ
The second part of the three-part series finale story, “Voice-A-Rooney”, will feature a Live Play experience powered by iPowow that will include live trivia and poll questions with real time results during the East and West Coast premiere telecasts.
The next day, you can watch the Liv and Maddie takeover weekend from Saturday, March 18 to Sunday, March 19, where almost every episode from the past four seasons will air on Disney Channel.