The actresses helped celebrate Way Too Wonderland, the newest chapter in the storybook lives of the Ever After High royals and rebels. The series follows them as they adventure through Wonderland like never before in order to save the day. The episodes are available now as an all-new Netflix original series!
In “Bionic Action Hero”, Douglas (Jeremy Kent Jackson) reveals that a former colleague (Jessalyn Wanlim) is a movie director and wants to make a movie based on Adam (Spencer Boldman), Bree (Kelli Berglund) and Chase (Billy Unger).
However, when she shows up to the academy with her actor Troy West (Howard) for research, her evil agenda begins to unfold.
“Bionic Action Hero” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, August 5th @8:30 PM ET/PT on Disney XD.
In “Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med”, when Chase (Billy Unger) and Davenport (Hal Sparks) create a groundbreaking energy source with a new piece of technology, the Incapacitator from “Mighty Med” tricks Chase into thinking he’s a potential buyer and takes off with the device.
The 19-year-old actress just shared the sweetest message on Instagram after wrapping up production on Lab Rats: Bionic Island.
“These boys right here are my family, and I love each & every one of them from the bottom of my heart. It’s kinda hard to believe today is our final day on the set of lab rats after 4 years; what a journeyyy its been. It’s been a roller coaster ride, but the endless love and laughter has made it worth it. I’m gettin teary-eyed just typing this up, but I know it won’t be the last time our paths cross. Thank you for making me one of the boys. And thank you for the memories. ?? @billyunger @sboldman @tyrel_j_will,” she wrote.
Spencer Boldmanadded another message, keeping his shorter and sweeter: “4 seasons. 98 episodes. So much love. To the best cast, crew and fans… Thank you for this journey.”
Kelli Berglund lets the light shine on her in this hot shot from her May 2015 cover feature from Bitmap mag.
The 19-year-old Lab Rats Bionic Island actress opened up about her hidden talents, overcoming struggles and the one thing you might not know about her. Check it:
On overcoming obstacles: “The ultimate struggle in this business is rejection; anyone will tell you that. It’s how you handle it that determines what your future will look like. When I was younger, rejection began to force me to look in the mirror and believe I wasn’t good enough. I’d compare myself to other girls and forget about all the things that made me special. Now that I’m 19, it’s a bit easier to realize that when I don’t book a job, I’m simply not a right match for the part. The phrase, ‘everything happens for a reason’, is something I have learned to live by… and it’s given me such a positive outlook on not only acting, but every aspect of my life.”
On the fact that she’s a complete nerd: “I’m a bit of a nerd… which isn’t a bad thing whatsoever! I’m a computer geek; I’ve always been great with technology. I’m also obsessed with learning about history– specifically, U.S. History. I’d love to go to college when I find the time.”
On her hidden talents: “Hidden talents? I was a pretty good soccer player growing up. I also love to sing, and I’m looking to pursue it a bit more in the future.”