I am so sorry that your show is shuting down I love your singing and I love you so much I wish I could meet you. love Ella Marrama
Today there was some bad news for tweens everywhere-Hannah Montana is shutting down production after its fourth season.
Rumors that the show’s star, Miley Cyrus, was ready to part ways with her on screen alter ego started circulating last year with a New York Post story that quoted Disney Channel Worldwide’s Adam Bonnett, senior VP/programming as saying, “You never know in this business . . . but right now we’re scheduled to wrap [forever] after shooting this new batch of episodes.”
It’s unknown how many episodes will be taped for the final season, but we do know the show will have some big time guest stars before it says good-bye. Ray Liotta and Two and a Half men star Angus Jones have both signed on for a couple of episodes. Its believed that at least enough episodes will be taped to last into 2011, so the Hannah hype can continue for one more year.
The last season reportedly mirrors Miley’s real life, as her character must choose whether to give up her stardom to grow up and be herself.
Cyrus, 17, will be growing up on the big screen this year with roles in Sex and the City 2 and the coming-of-age drama The Last Song.
The popular Disney Channel series will begin shooting its final season on Jan. 18.