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Hannah Montana Final Season Preview

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Hannah Montana is coming to an end. Find out what happened and check out our preview of the final season of the show …


Curtain Call

The Disney Channel series - Hannah Montana - which catapulted 16-year-old Miley Cyrus to teen superstardom will wrap up its fourth and final season run this year.


Miley’s dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, revealed the news in an interview with The Billy Bush Show recently, saying the cast of the show will film the final 11 half-hour-long episodes and a one-hour-long series finale, all of which are expected to air in 2010.


Season 4 Preview

So, what can you expect for this fourth and final season of Hannah Montana? Coming off last season’s cliffhanger, the next cycle will find the Stewart clan struggling to say goodbye to their Malibu home. Other than that, the content is top-secret but we have heard that there MIGHT be a change of setting for the show, which will provide opportunities for wonderful new characters and more twists in plot than in previous seasons.




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RealPrettyGirl
I dnt even like hannah montana or miley cyrus even tho dey da sme person. ......she get...
commented: Mon Apr 02, 2012

Beautiful Me :)
Miley is awesome :) She's just trying to grow up, she's old enough to do what she wants...
commented: Fri Mar 23, 2012

mainmuffin

mainmuffin wrote:

I like that show!
commented: Fri Mar 23, 2012

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