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Disney Channel Renews ‘Bunk’d’ For a Seventh Season

Disney Branded Television has ordered a seventh season of the Disney Channel hit series Bunk’d, Deadline has learned.

The renewal marks an achievement for the long-running channel as Bunk’d becomes the longest-running live-action series for the network. Thus beating out Raven’s Home, which was also ordered for a new season earlier this year. Most series from Disney Channel last about four seasons or less.

Bunk’d remains one of the top live-action series among kids ages 6-11, per Disney.

The sixth season, subtitled Learning the Ropes premiered on June 10, 2022 and is continuing its 20-episode run with holiday-themed episode on Friday, December 2, and new weekly episodes returning in January 2023. In season six, Lou, Parker, Noah, and Destiny head to Dusty Tush, Wyoming to open up a new camp at a dude ranch which they purchased from The Marshall. There they encounter another new generation of campers, including fearless daredevil Winnie, enthusiastic cowboy-wannabe Bill, and video-game fanatic Jake.

Series regulars Miranda May (Lou), Trevor Tordjman (Parker), Mallory James Mahoney (Destiny), Israel Johnson (Noah), Shiloh Verrico (Winnie), Luke Busey (Jake) and Alfred Lewis (Bill) are all set to return for the seventh season, which debuts later in 2023.

Erin Dunlap will remain as executive producer and showrunner for Season 7. Bunk’d is executive produced by Dunlap, May, David Booth, Valerie Ahearn and Eric Schaar. The series was created by Pamela Eells O’Connell. Jason Shubb serves as producer.

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