In the first all-new episode “Dress Mess”, Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) is sure her old prom dress would be the perfect fit for Teddy (Mendler) to wear to her dance, and PJ (Jason Dolley) forgoes his prom to go to another one, only to regret his choice when he discovers that his date is home schooled.
And in “Amy Needs A Shower”, In the midst of Amy’s baby shower, Charlie (Mia Talerico) reveals the surprising reason behind her mom’s motive for having the party.
Meanwhile, Teddy and Ivy (Raven Goodwin) find themselves hosting the most boring show at their local radio station, and Bob (Eric Allen Kramer) makes PJ and Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry) compete for a playoff game ticket by proving who knows their dad best.
It all starts on Sunday @ 7:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 20+ pics inside…
Are you ready for two all-new episodes on Sunday?!
In “Bad Luck Teddy,” Everyone at school thinks Teddy (Mendler) is a jinx on Spencer (Shane Harper) since the basketball team has been losing ever since they got back together.
Meanwhile, Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry) misunderstands a conversation he overhears between Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Bob (Eric Allan Kramer) and thinks he is being sent to a military school, and PJ (Jason Dolley) has a hard time letting go of his old hair salon until he discovers that his new hairdresser is a cute girl.
“Bad Luck Teddy” airs THIS Sunday, May 6th @ 8:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 10+ pics inside… More Here! »
In the season three premiere “Make Room For Baby,” Amy Duncan (Leigh-Allyn Baker), now in her third trimester, decides it’s time for her expanding family to move into a bigger house and Charlie (Mia Talerico) isn’t having it.
Check out what else is coming up on GLC this season on JJJ.
“Make Room For Baby” premieres Sunday, May 6th @8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. Stay tuned for more stills!
Who else is excited to meet the newest member of the Duncans?!
Good Luck Charlie is coming back super soon and JJJ has a couple of tidbits about the new season. Check them out:
– Looks like PJ (Jason Dolley) is actually graduating high school and looking at local colleges.
– Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) quits her job and starts a mommy blog
– Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) scores a place on the school’s volleyball team
– Bob (Eric Allan Kramer) takes a ton of odd-end jobs for additional income
– Charlie (Mia Talerico) starts to adjust to not being the baby of the family anymore
And in the premiere episode, Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry) thinks he is being sent to a boarding school, PJ has a hard time letting go of his old hair salon, and everyone at school thinks Teddy is a jinx on Spencer (Shane Harper).
GLC is back on Sunday, May 6th @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Jason Dolley tips his hat to the cameras as he arrives at the premiere of John Carter held at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles on Wednesday night (February 22).
The Good Luck Charlie star was joined at the premiere by Corbin Bleu.
John Carter summary: Transplanted to Mars, a Civil War vet discovers a lush planet inhabited by 12-foot tall barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter a princess who is in desperate need of a savior.
Bridget Mendler and Leigh-Allyn Baker pair up to sing a part of “Deck The Halls” for a Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! music video.
In the video, the 18-year-old actress and Leigh-Allyn, along with the rest of the cast and crew including Jason Dolley, Mia Talerico, Bradley Steven Perry, and Eric Allan Kramer belt out the classic Christmas carol while filming their Disney Channel original holiday movie.
Good Luck Charlie, Itâ€™s Christmas! premieres THIS Friday, December 2nd @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel!
Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! Cast & Crew Sing ‘Deck The Halls’
The Good Luck Charlie stars are gearing up for the premiere of their new DCOM, Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! which premieres THIS Friday, December 2nd.
JJJ recently chatted with Bradley and on-screen dad Eric Allan Kramer about their paintball adventures during filming.
Eric told us, “Jason is an assassin [in the game]. You could make video games based on Jason. He’s agile, he’s fast, he’s smart, he’s small and he’s always thinking two moves ahead of you. He’s skinny too, so he’s impossible to hit on the run.”