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Liv And Maddie - Season 3

Liv and Maddie, also known as Liv and Maddie: Cali Style for the fourth season, is an American comedy television series created by John D. Beck and Ron Hart that aired on Disney Channel from July 19, 2013 to March 24, 2017. The series stars Dove Cameron, Joey Bragg, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Kali Rocha, Benjamin King, and Lauren Lindsey Donzis.

Liv and Maddie - Season 3

Maddie's basketball team wins the state championship, and Diggie still has feelings for Maddie and tries to tell her, but he is interrupted by the start of the parade through Stevens Point to celebrate the basketball team's victory. When Maddie finds out Diggie will not leave for Australia if she tells him she still likes him, she tries to reach him, but gets trapped in the girls' locker room. The season finale of Parker's favorite show airs, and he, Reggie, and Evan try to watch it. Joey loses Dump Truck's rabbit. In the end, Parker's show has a cliffhanger, and Maddie gets out of the locker room, but it is unknown if Diggie is still there.

Liv and Maddie are graduating high school. Liv still wants to stay with Maddie in Stevens Point, but she learns that Voltage is moving to Los Angeles for season two. Gemma forces her to make a decision. Meanwhile, Willow is also leaving for college in California, and at the last minute Joey realizes he liked her the whole time. He is saddened they were never high school sweethearts. He goes to school just before she leaves and does everything high school sweethearts would do in just five minutes. They go on dates and he fights over her. They then have a prom, but Willow has to leave. She comes back to finish dancing with Joey and kisses him before she departs. After, Liv decides to stay in Stevens Point and go to college with Maddie, giving up Voltage for her. The season finale reveals that Josh will be the new SkyVolt, but later Maddie receives a call from Willow saying that Southern California State University wants her to play basketball there and are offering her a scholarship. She decides to go but faces the challenge of telling Liv.

Liv and Maddie, also known as Liv and Maddie: Cali Style for the fourth season, is an American comedy television series created by John D. Beck and Ron Hart that aired on Disney Channel from July 19, 2013 to March 24, 2017. The series stars Dove Cameron, Joey Bragg, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Kali Rocha, Benjamin King, and Lauren Lindsey Donzis.

Actress Liv Rooney is a girly girl who has just returned to her birthplace of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, after finishing a four-year stint in Hollywood, filming a popular television series called Sing It Loud! Her identical twin sister, Maddie, a tomboy with a facility for sports and a particular talent for basketball, welcomes Liv back home with open arms. The twins have two younger brothers: Joey, a typical awkward teen who is one year younger than the twins, and Parker, a clever tween with a mischievous personality and the youngest child of the Rooney family. Their parents are Karen, the high school psychologist and later the high school's vice principal, and Pete, the coach of Maddie's high school basketball team who later accepts a position as the coach of a college team in Beloit, Wisconsin. The series revolves around Liv adjusting to normal family life after her successful career in Hollywood. Most events take place at the Rooney residence or at Ridgewood High School. At the end of the third season, the Rooney house collapses and Maddie enrolls in a college in Los Angeles, California. This prompts the rest of the Rooneys, except Pete who remains in Wisconsin to continue his coaching job, to move to Malibu, California, to take up residence with Karen's younger sister, Dena, and her daughter, Ruby, where the series' fourth season takes place.

On January 13, 2014, Disney Channel renewed Liv and Maddie for a 13-episode second season slated to premiere in fall 2014.[3] The second season was later expanded to 24 episodes.[4] The second season premiered on September 21, 2014. The series was renewed for a third season by Disney Channel on April 3, 2015.[5] The third season premiered on September 13, 2015. On December 21, 2015, actress Dove Cameron stated that Disney Channel was picking up Liv and Maddie for a fourth season.[6] On June 19, 2016, series co-creator Ron Hart announced on Twitter that the fourth season would premiere in fall 2016.[7] On July 1, 2016, Dove Cameron stated that they had filmed the series' final episode.[8] On August 19, 2016, it was announced by the series' creators, John D. Beck and Ron Hart, that the final season would be called Liv and Maddie: Cali Style. They also stated that the fourth and final season would premiere on September 23, 2016.[9]

A full version of the Liv and Maddie theme song, "Better in Stereo", was recorded by Dove Cameron and released as a promotional single by Walt Disney Records on October 15, 2013.[11] A music video was filmed and aired on Disney Channel the night of October 29, 2013.[citation needed] The song was featured twice in the show, first in the season three finale, "Californi-a-Rooney", and then an acoustic version sung by Dove Cameron during the season four and series finale, "End-a-Rooney".

In "Falcon-a-Rooney", "The Power of Two" is performed again by Liv and Ruby for "Sing It Louder!!" Like the previous song in season four, Dove Cameron and Lauren Lindsey Donzis recorded a full song, released on January 20, 2017.

Liv and Maddie airs on Disney Channel in the United States and Family Channel in Canada. The pilot episode aired as a preview on July 19, 2013. The first promo for the series was seen on June 28, 2013. The series officially premiered in the United States on September 15, 2013, and in Canada on September 20, 2013.[citation needed] The series stopped airing in Canada on Family Channel on September 1, 2015, and started airing on Disney Channel on September 5, 2015.[citation needed] La Chaîne Disney in French Canada premiered the episode "Home Run-a-Rooney" on March 24, 2016, 17 days before the US and Canada airing on April 10, 2016.[citation needed] In the UK and Ireland, the series aired a preview on October 7, 2013, and later premiered on November 8, 2013.[citation needed] In Australia and New Zealand, the series premiered on October 11, 2013.[citation needed] The second season premiered on January 8, 2015.[15] The third season premiered on December 2, 2015.[citation needed] The series premiered in Southeast Asia on January 10, 2014.[citation needed] In the Balkans, Greece, the Middle East and Africa, the series premiered on March 8, 2014.[citation needed] The second season premiered on February 7, 2015.[citation needed] In India, the series premiered on October 30, 2017, on Disney International HD.[16]

Now, all four seasons of Liv and Maddie are available for streaming on Netflix, so fans are able to bring on the nostalgia whenever they want! All these years later and some fans are still wondering why the show had to say goodbye to Disney Channel. Scroll through our gallery for all the details on why Liv and Maddie came to an end.

Liv and Maddie (created by the duo of John D. Beck and Ron Hart), which stars the multi-talented Dove Cameron as identical twins with very different personalities, concluded its second season on Disney Channel this evening with "Champ-a-Rooney" and it was unlike any episode before due to three words: "To Be Continued."

Find out at 9:00 PM Eastern Standard Time on September 13 as Liv and Maddie returns for another season of great music, family comedy, and sister trouble (Season 3) with not one, but two brand new episodes that will definitely make you yell "Bam What!"

Liv and Maddie, also known as Liv and Maddie: Cali Style in the fourth season, is a Disney Channel Original Series created by John D. Beck and Ron Hart and produced by It's a Laugh Productions for Disney Channel. It stars Dove Cameron playing two identical twin sisters with opposing personalities who are best friends. The series began production in April and began airing July 19, 2013.

The Case Western Reserve University softball team concluded its regular season by sweeping Ohio Northern University in a doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Mather Park in Cleveland, Ohio while increasing their win streak to seven games.

Ohio Northern answered in the top of the fifth with three runs in the inning, but the Spartans would respond quickly the next half inning as senior Nicole Doyle laced a RBI single that scored sophomore Arisa Cleaveland to cut the deficit to 3-2. Freshman Liv Thomas then stepped to the plate and launched a three-run homer over the right field wall to give CWRU a 5-3 lead. The home run was Thomas' sixth of the season.

Junior Ilissa Hamilton pitched the complete game, scattering eight hits, while striking out two batters and yielding three runs (zero earned). She improved to 13-6 on the season. Kaitlin Surdej started for Ohio Northern and suffered the loss, falling to 13-8 on the year.

Sophomore Sidney Brannam started and earned the win, as she improved to 11-5 on the season. She pitched four innings and allowed three runs (two earned) on 10 hits and a walk, while striking out four batters. Freshman Grace Yeung pitched a scoreless inning in relief and struck out one hitter.

MAGNIFICANT MADDIE Despite a 3-1 defeat at the hands of CSU Bakersfield on Oct. 3, Madeline Schneider stole the show, recording a new career-high 25 kills in the match on a .368 hitting percentage. She also produced 12 digs, marking her sixth double-double of the season. 041b061a72


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