Nov 29, 2013 12:58 PM EST | James Knight
The Disney Channel kicks off the holiday season tonight with a brand new crossover special, Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas! Check out the new episode starring Bridgit Mendler tonight at 8 p.m.
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Christmas is coming early for two of the Disney Channel's biggest shows. The Duncan and the Ross families are coming together for the holidays, in the Good Luck Charlie and Jessie crossover episode, Good Luck Jessie: N.Y.C Christmas. The official episode synopses for the special reads:
"'Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas’--In the crossover episode, Teddy and PJ travel to New York City to tour a university, but a blizzard prevents their return home in time for Christmas. After meeting Jessie on the subway, they embark on a Ross family holiday like no other. Back in Denver, Bob takes the Duncan kids to meet Santa, but Gabe is not in the holiday spirit."
This is not the first crossover episode for either series. The GLC family previously Shook it Up with Bella Thorne and Zendaya, while Jessie rocked out with Austin and Ally. The Duncan clan previously took an extended holiday vacation in the 2011 movie, Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas. However, this Christmas looks like it might be the last one for the Disney Channel series. Earlier this year, it was announced that the fourth season of Good Luck Charlie would be its last. A rep for the Disney Channel released a statement that read:
“On behalf of everyone at Disney Channel, it’s been our great pleasure to work with the extraordinary producers Phil Baker, Drew Vaupen and Dan Staley and the writers and crew of Good Luck Charlie...We could not have dreamt of a better cast than Bridgit Mendler, Jason Dolley, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico and Eric Allan Kramer (and even little Logan Moreau as Baby Toby!) and the many guest stars who make the series so special.”
Good Luck Jessie: N.Y.C Christmas airs the Friday night on the Disney Channel.
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