In “Sorta Sisters-A-Rooney”, Liv, Maddie (both Dove Cameron) and the rest of the Rooney family are excited to start their new life in California. As the school year begins, the Rooney’s cousin, Ruby (Lauren Lindsey Donzis), returns home from a summer trip.
Excited to have “sort of” siblings, Ruby can’t wait to finally be a sister but finds herself in the middle of a sister-fight between Liv and Maddie.
Meanwhile, Joey (Joey Bragg) and Parker attend their new science and technology school and their experience is not what they expected.
Liv and Maddie: Cali Style premieres TONIGHT, Friday, September 23rd @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
The entire Rooney family gets in on the “Bam What” in this new video promoting the upcoming season of Liv and Maddie.
In the first episode for season four, “Sorta Sisters-A-Rooney”, Liv, Maddie (both Dove Cameron) and the rest of the Rooney family are excited to start their new life in California.
As the school year begins, the Rooney’s cousin, Ruby, returns home from a summer trip. Excited to have “sort of” siblings, Ruby (Lauren Lindsey Donzis) can’t wait to finally be a sister but finds herself in the middle of a sister-fight between Liv and Maddie.
Disney Channel is switching up things on Liv and Maddie — and giving it a brand new title for season four!
The show will now be known as Liv and Maddie: Cali Style for the final season, EW reports.
Premiering on September 23rd, Liv and Maddie Rooney (both Dove Cameron) have moved out to California to live with their aunt and cousin (Lauren Lindsey Donzis) in a beach house. In their new digs, Liv keeps at her pursuit of a performing career, while Maddie looks ahead to college and a basketball scholarship.
“We love our new title because it lets our dedicated fans know this is still the show they love, while tipping everyone off that a new and exciting chapter is starting,” co-creator Ron Hart shared. “Our cast grew so much in our first three seasons, we love that in our fourth we got to bring them to a whole new world for our final adventures together.”
John D. Beck added, “It was a blast to write for the Rooney family in their Stevens Point home. But taking them out of their world and bringing them to the bright lights of Los Angeles lets us take a quantum leap in their stories in really fun, exciting ways. I can’t wait for everyone to meet the fun band of quirky characters the family befriends in L.A. But don’t worry, we made sure to find ways for all your favorites from Wisconsin [to show up] on the West Coast, too.”
“I spent the past four years with the 200+ best people on the planet. I learned so much from every single one of you and I couldn’t be more grateful,” Joey wrote. “I am so excited to see where we all end up and I’m heartbroken about the loss we all share not filming this Disney Channel masterpiece every week. Goodbye, Liv and Maddie. You were the greatest thing to ever happen to me.”
Betsy added, “This show & these people have been the centerpiece of my life for the last 6 years. It’s hard to get a pilot made. It’s even harder to turn that into 80 episodes. Today is bittersweet, for sure, but there are moments in life when you have to focus on what makes you lucky. This show makes me lucky. These people make me lucky. And they will forever be in my heart. #livandmaddie #seriesfinale #LAMfam #happysad.”
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