Good Luck Charlie
In Season Four of the Emmy Award-nominated family sitcom "Good Luck Charlie," the Duncan Family decide to build their dream house after the family home is devastated by termites. Now a family of seven, the Duncans are busy juggling careers, college, high school, preschool, friends, baby bottles and diapers.
The ever expanding brood of children has meant changes for the family: Teddy and Spencer try their best to remain good friends, PJ enrolls in cooking school, Gabe develops a crush on his new neighbor and the bug business isn't so great for Bob. Meanwhile, Teddy has fallen for Bob's new employee, Amy juggles life as a stay-at-home mother to five, Teddy works on her college application process and Charlie celebrates turning four years old.
Easy-going older brother PJ has moved out on his own and enrolled in cooking school. However he still manages to fill time with crazy antics as he grows up and takes on more adult responsibilities.
Hard-driven Teddy remains determined to juggle all of her responsibilities, including college entrance applications, good grades, a new boyfriend and creating her daily video advice diaries for Charlie to watch when she is older. In addition to Teddy's tips on how to withstand the household, the videos also relate to being a teenager and dealing with friends, boys and school.
Gabe, now a teenager, is still the prankster, and his affinity for coming up with unique solutions to the precarious situations he finds himself in hasn't changed. He yearns to be more independent though, and seeks a space of his own in the family's new dream home.
Starring are Bridgit Mendler ("Lemonade Mouth" and "Wizards of Waverly Place") as Teddy Duncan; Jason Dolley ("Hatching Pete," "Minutemen" and "Cory in the House") as PJ Duncan; Bradley Steven Perry ("Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure") as Gabe Duncan; Leigh-Allyn Baker ("Will & Grace") as Amy Duncan; Eric Allan Kramer ("CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "My Name Is Earl") as Bob Duncan; Mia Talerico as Charlie Duncan and Logan Moreau as Toby Duncan. Raven Goodwin, Shane Harper, Micah Williams and Patricia Belcher return to reprise their roles as Ivy, Spencer, Emmett and Mrs. Dabney.
The live action comedy series was created by Drew Vaupen & Phil Baker ("Suddenly Susan" and "What I Like About You") and executive-produced by Dan Staley ("Cheers," "Love & Money"), Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen. "Good Luck Charlie" is a production of It's A Laugh Productions, Inc. It carries a TV-G parental guideline.