PR: "Kim Possible" Premieres Fourth Season Saturday, February 10 On Disney Channel
DISNEY’S EMMY AWARD WINNING ANIMATED SERIES “KIM POSSIBLE” PREMIERES FOURTH SEASON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 ON DISNEY CHANNEL
— Special Two-Hour Marathon Guest Stars Ashley Tisdale —
BURBANK and PASADENA, January 10, 2007 . . . Disney’s “Kim Possible,” the hit animated comedy/action/adventure series from Walt Disney Television Animation, will premiere its fourth season SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, with four new episodes airing within a special two hour marathon (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel, it was announced today by Gary Marsh, President, Entertainment, Disney Channel Worldwide. The series also airs on Toon Disney.
A worldwide hit, “Kim Possible” is from multiple Emmy nominated creators/ executive producers Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle. Steve Loter also returns as director and producer of the fourth season.
“Over the four seasons, we have worked hard to grow Kim into a multi-dimensional teenage character — which allows the producers to create new and fresh stories,” said Marsh.
Ashley Tisdale (“High School Musical,” “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”) guest stars as a celebrity at the center of Kim’s investigation into a series of thefts in the episode “Trading Faces” (9:00 p.m., ET/PT). George Takei, Debbie Reynolds, Fred Savage, Elliot Gould and Ricardo Montalban also guest star during the fourth season.
In the fourth season, it’s senior year and Kim and Ron are experiencing first love and if that’s not challenging enough, they have mean queen Bonnie Rockwaller trying to sabotage them at every opportunity, since she just can’t stand to see Kim happy. Colorful new villains will be introduced and some favorite allies return, and for the first time ever, Wade will be seen outside his domain, arriving in person to present Kim and Ron with new inventions and techno gear. Monique becomes a valuable asset to Team Possible with her fashion tips used for undercover disguises and at school, Kim’s social scene takes a turn for the cursed when her rambunctious genius brothers skip a few grades and enroll at Middleton High.
The series tells the story of Kim Possible, who, in her spare time, happens to save the world from super villains. With the aid of her enthusiastic pal Ron Stoppable, his pet Naked Mole-rat Rufus, and their friend, the resourceful webmaster Wade, this contemporary heroine is capable in ways few high school students ever imagine. On the flipside, she realizes that defeating the bad guys comes easier than coping with the typical teen pressures of schooling and socializing.
In addition to an Emmy Award and eight nominations, the series other accolades are from the Parents’ Choice Foundation, the International Animated Film Society’s Annie Awards and Italy’s 2003 Pulcinella Award for Best Program and Best TV Series for Children.
Actors providing the voices are Christy Carlson Romano as Kim Possible; Will Friedle as Ron Stoppable; Nancy Cartwright as Rufus; Tahj Mowry as Wade; Gary Cole as Dad; Nicole Sullivan as Shego; John DiMaggio as Drakken; Raven-Symone as Monique; Jean Smart as Mom and Kirsten Storms as Bonnie Rockwaller. The main title song is performed by Christina Milian.
Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable in over 89 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on 26 Disney Channels and feeds around the world, Disney Channel is part of the Disney-ABC Television Group.
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