'Jessie' Renewed by Disney for Third Season

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March 28th, 2013


via press release:



-- Molly Shannon, Kate Flannery and James Patrick Stuart

Guest Star in the Season Two Finale --


Jessie and the Ross kids will return for a third season in the popular comedy series for kids and families "Jessie," it was announced today by Adam Bonnett, Senior Vice President, Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide. Production resumes in Los Angeles in July. Season 3 is scheduled to premiere in fall 2013.


2013 to-date, "Jessie" is TV's #1 series in its time period among Kids 2-11, Kids 6-11 and Tweens. For 2012, it was the #2 TV series among Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11 and #3 among Tweens.


Bonnett said, "Season 3 of ‘Jessie’ will continue to spotlight the impressive comedic talents of Debby Ryan." He continued, "Our viewers deeply connect with this cast of characters, and the upcoming season will focus on the Ross kids beginning to navigate young adulthood while challenging their favorite nanny with new and entertaining situations."

  • AJ

    Woot! Cannot wait!!!

  • TimsDale4ever

    I was soooooooooooooo worried about this….

  • maplab98

    Ah xD bien!

  • Deunta

    And what about SHAKE IT UP???

  • Justin


  • jamie

    Congrats to the cast. Well deserved.

  • Jon23812

    But what about Gravity Falls?!?!

  • jamie

    Gravity Falls has already been renewed by Disney.

    Again, it’s good to see, Disney continues to renew their hits, unlike Sickelodeon, who canceled all their shows, except for the awful Spongebob.

  • Jon23812

    @Jamie, Okay thanks. Nickandmore didn’t mention that. They just said “new episodes”, which could have meant the 7 episodes of season one that didn’t air yet.

  • Maggie

    I love watching Jessie with my kids and we love Debby Ryan. She is beautiful, funny and appears to have navigated Hollywood without any controversy. I have a problem with how kid’s shows portray adults. They seem to be the bumbling butt of the jokes or pretty clueless while the kids run them around.

    While it has recently started to push boundaries and it bothers me to see Jessie insulted by the kids. I liked that Jessie is that cool, loving adult in charge. While I am happy for a third season, I can’t help but be a little concerned with the executive’s statement about the “kids navigating adulthood and putting the nanny in new and entertaining situations. ” I hope they do not degrade Ryan and especially make adults the tired, unimaginative stereotypical Disney route where the adults are inconsequential. I love my kids having the hero in Debby Ryan and in Jessie to look up to.

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