-It was announced this morning that Disney has ordered a third season of it’s hit show “The Suite Life on Deck.” Production on the series will resume in Hollywood in early 2010. The show, which stars Cole & Dylan Sprouse, Debby Ryan, Brenda Song, Phill Lewis & Doc Shaw is the #1 TV series among Kids 6-11 and the #2 scripted TV series among Tweens 9-14. The October 2nd episode posted series highs in Total Viewers (6.8 million) and across all target demos. In addition, Season Two to date, the series surpasses its first-season average by an impressive 24% in Total Viewers (5.1 million vs. 4.1 million), by 21% in Kids 6-11 (2.4 million vs. 1.9 million) and by 24% in Tweens 9-14 (2.1 million vs. 1.7 million).
Also starring in the show are recurring cast members are Erin Cardillo as Ms. Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody and Windell Middlebrooks as Kirby. The new season will be executive-produced by Pamela Eells O’Connell (“Family Matters”) and Irene Dreayer (“Sister, Sister,” “Smart Guy”). “The Suite Life on Deck” is produced by It’s A Laugh Productions for Disney Channel. It carries a TV-G parental guideline.
Congrats to the cast and crew of the show! Can’t wait for the new season. Debby was excited by the news and tweeted: You made this possible! Thank you for watching! Dylan Sprouse updated the message center on the SprouseBros.com site and said:
Hey everyone! I’m going to say Thank You, AGAIN!
So Friday, October 16th, was our last day of filming for Season 2 of Suite Life on Deck. Cole and I guessed there would be one more season before we go off to college, but we weren’t sure. Today, we woke up with the lovely news of a phone call from Disney that there will be a Season 3 thanks to all of you awesome fans! So Cole and I get a nice long filming break from now until after the New Year, and then we will begin filming Season 3 in January! Thanks for making it happen!
During our break, we will still be doing our schoolwork, we will also be playing video games, hanging out with friends, enjoying all the holidays (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year), and probably doing some charity events, movie premieres, and Disney promotions. We’re also going to make a few trips up to Mammoth and maybe a Colorado snowboarding trip since we had so much fun last time we went there. I’ll keep you posted on where we go and what we do with some pictures, and I’ll still be here regularly to answer questions (look for me even more than usual since I have time off)
Credit: Bob D’Amico/Disney Channel