Good Luck Charlie is a popular American sitcom which has aired over 80 episodes since first being broadcast on 4 April 2010.
Good Luck Charlie premiered on the Disney Channel and centres on the Duncan family who live in Denver. The show looks at the antics of the family as they prepare for the arrival of their fourth child called Charlotte “Charlie” Duncan and in later shows their fifth child, Toby Duncan.
The show spans a total of 4 seasons, with a number of special episodes, a Christmas TV film and a crossover episode with Shake It Up.
In each episode, Teddy makes a video diary to show to Charlie when she is older and each one is signed off with the show title “Good Luck Charlie”.
The main characters include Teddy, Amy and Gabe Duncan.
Teddy Duncan is played by Bridgit Mendler and episodes see her making video diary films about life, being a teenager and the family the new born are joining.
Amy Duncan is the mother of the family and is played by Leigh-Allyn Baker. Episodes feature her as a being a comedic and dedicated person who works at the local hospital.
Gabe Duncan is the middle child in the family and is played by Bradley Steven Perry. Of all the family members, episodes see him struggling to get used to another member of the family joining them and takes the longest time to get used to a new sister.
Other main characters seen in episodes are Charlie, Bob and PJ Duncan with an array of characters who make regular or occasional appearances.
Seasons and Episodes
Good Luck Charlie had a total of 26 episodes in Season 1, 30 in Season 2, 21 in Season 3 and an ongoing number currently with Season 4 now airing in the USA.
Between 2011 and 2013, there have been special episodes and a crossover episode. These include “Snow Show, Part One”, “Special Delivery” and “All Fall Down”. A film-length episode broadcast on 2 December 2011 titled “Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!” with 6.9 million viewers.
Awards and Music
The show has won a number of awards over the years and being nominated for many more. The theme song is “Hang In Their Baby”.
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