Season Three of the hit comedy series "Jessie" continues to follows Jessie, a Texas girl from a military family who embarked on the adventure of a lifetime when she decided to venture east to New York City. Having spent the last two years as a nanny to Emma, Ravi, Luke and Zuri, Jessie is truly thrilled to be on her own. Her career aspirations have ventured outside the comforts of the Ross house as Jessie is pursuing acting. With a whole new world of opportunities within her reach, Jessie navigates conflict, chaos, her job as a nanny to the Ross kids, her budding acting career and personal life as she attempts to fulfill her dreams and achieve her ambitions. Along for the ride is Bertram, the family’s butler.
Now, as Jessie embarks on her third year in the big city, she takes on an acting agent, becomes an understudy to a famous actress, and continues to manage the chaos of being a nanny to four growing kids. Emma, a 15-year-old high school sophomore and the only biological child, continues to blog about fashion. Ravi, a 12-year-old from India and the most recent adoptee, is the family’s voice of reason. Luke, a 14-year-old mischief maker adopted at age five from Detroit, maintains his unwavering crush on Jessie. While Zuri, the nine-year-old baby of the family adopted at birth from Africa, continues to outsmart her family and Jessie. The entire family must band together to overcome trials and tribulations, all the while relying on one another for support and love.
Starring are Debby Ryan as Jessie ("Radio Rebel," "The Suite Life on Deck," "16 Wishes"); Tony Award-nominated Kevin Chamberlin (Broadway's "The Addams Family, Teen Beach Movie") as Bertram; Peyton List ("27 Dresses," "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days") as Emma; Karan Brar ("Diary of a Wimpy Kid," "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules," "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days") as Ravi; Cameron Boyce ("Grown Ups 2," "Grown Ups") as Luke and Skai Jackson ("The Watsons Go to Washington") as Zuri.
The live-action comedy series was created by Pamela Eells O'Connell ("Family Matters," "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," "The Suite Life on Deck"), who serves as executive producer. The series is from It's a Laugh Productions, Inc. It carries a TV-G parental guideline.