Austin & Ally Renewed Second Season

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Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally has been renewed for a second season, and production on the new season will begin in the summer, reports THR. The half-hour show is centered on two polar opposites,

Austin, an extroverted musician and singer, and Ally, a shy songwriter. and their best friends, Trish and Dez. Ross Lynch’s ‘A Billion Hits,’ performed as alter ego Austin, rose to the No. 1 spot on Radio Disney’s top 30 chart.

  • mandi144

    this is a pretty good show!!!
    BUT #1 ON DA CHARTS 4 BILLION HITS!!!
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO…

  • MANDI144

    IK its a really good song but still…

  • Anonymous

    this is shi t …. like whole disney now!

  • Anonymous

    i love this show! so funny!

  • Anonymous

    The second season was really awesome..

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  • Anonymous

    *No Raven,
    No Lizzie Mc (Hilary),
    No Anneliese van der pol,
    No Alyson Michalka,
    No Ricky Ullman,
    No Kyle Massey,
    I’m dead :(((((((((((((((((((((((
    This was the best disney channel eveeeeerrrr*

    Then
    No miley, no selena and no demi a little sad but goshhhh Austin and Ally is just soooo NOT

  • Anonymous

    I Prefer to watch Kim possible, The Replacements and Dave the barbarian than thiss

  • Anonymous

    why…?

  • Anonymous

    I feel like I’m the only one not living in nostalgia. This show has the best potential out of the newer shows. Gosh, just because you don’t like it doesnt mean it’s not good. Its like a sonny with a chance appeal, with the love/friendship. And the jokes are actually good. Btw, if you go back and watch Lizzie McGuire or the other cartoons from that era, they wouldn’t be as popular because of the culture and demographics of today. Kids change, shows change, I bet kids from this generation will most likely not like the newer shows.

    Yeah i know I wrote a novel, but this has been going on a lot and people seem to just jump on the hate bandwagon and not really use their own perception.
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    You have a very valid point here, I didn’t really see it like that. Very much agreed. -although I’ve never seen Austin & Aly-
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    LOLLLLLL I WAS THE INE WHO POST THE SECOND AND THE THIRD COMMENT.. YEAH YOU HAVE A GOOD POINT BUT ITS MY OPINION :) and NO i dont wrote the fifth comment :)))))

  • l?veislouder

    I feel like I’m the only one not living in nostalgia. This show has the best potential out of the newer shows. Gosh, just because you don’t like it doesnt mean it’s not good. Its like a sonny with a chance appeal, with the love/friendship. And the jokes are actually good. Btw, if you go back and watch Lizzie McGuire or the other cartoons from that era, they wouldn’t be as popular because of the culture and demographics of today. Kids change, shows change, I bet kids from this generation will most likely not like the newer shows.

    Yeah i know I wrote a novel, but this has been going on a lot and people seem to just jump on the hate bandwagon and not really use their own perception.
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    Which shows how sad the kids of today are in their generation. Back then, shows were about friendship; doing right; gave good messages about loving yourself the way you are, no matter what your body type, looks, anything. Today, it’s all about wanting to be famous. What kind of message is that supposed to send? How is that relatable? It’s not, unless you’re Courtney Stodden, but something tells me she’s not spending her days watching Disney Channel.

  • Anonymous

    Disney channel should be change the particular thing about always do the same things (series and movies about dancing and sing) That we really need it’s a regular story, with “normal” lifes, in different situations. Just like Jessie, but in a better way.
    The girl of the comment have a good point, we’re not living in the Lizzie Mc era anymore, the kids change. I know the this era likes dancing, singing but we need more a little bit of reality.

  • Anonymous

    I feel like I’m the only one not living in nostalgia. This show has the best potential out of the newer shows. Gosh, just because you don’t like it doesnt mean it’s not good. Its like a sonny with a chance appeal, with the love/friendship. And the jokes are actually good. Btw, if you go back and watch Lizzie McGuire or the other cartoons from that era, they wouldn’t be as popular because of the culture and demographics of today. Kids change, shows change, I bet kids from this generation will most likely not like the newer shows.

    Yeah i know I wrote a novel, but this has been going on a lot and people seem to just jump on the hate bandwagon and not really use their own perception.

  • Anonymous

    Mar 13, 2012 @ 11:43 am
    Anonymous said:

    I feel like I’m the only one not living in nostalgia. This show has the best potential out of the newer shows. Gosh, just because you don’t like it doesnt mean it’s not good. Its like a sonny with a chance appeal, with the love/friendship. And the jokes are actually good. Btw, if you go back and watch Lizzie McGuire or the other cartoons from that era, they wouldn’t be as popular because of the culture and demographics of today. Kids change, shows change, I bet kids from this generation will most likely not like the newer shows.

    Yeah i know I wrote a novel, but this has been going on a lot and people seem to just jump on the hate bandwagon and not really use their own perception.


    You have a very valid point here, I didn’t really see it like that. Very much agreed. -although I’ve never seen Austin & Aly-