Disney XD Renews Shows: Star Vs. The Forces of Evil (Season 4) and Milo Murphy’s Law (Season 2)

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'Star vs. The Forces of Evil' returns for its third season in the summer; 'Milo Murphy's Law' is getting a second-season renewal.
Disney XD is on fire lately, offering quality shows like Gravity Falls, Wander Over Yonder and Star Vs. The Forces of Evil. The later show currently wrapped up it’s second season and many were wondering when Star was going to continue her adventures for Season 3. Not only do we have an answer to that, but we also got confirmation that a fourth season is on the way. We got confirmation that Season 3 is airing this summer (likely in July or August).

In addition, the network has ordered a fourth season of Star vs. The Forces of Evil, starring Eden Sher (The Middle), ahead of its third-season premiere.

This is great news, as the creative team behind the show can plan out story maps and other plot element to ensure pacing is strong and every question is answered when everything is said and done. But Star Vs. wasn’t the only show to get a new season confirmed. Milo Murphy’s Law is a new show that launched Fall 2016 from the creative team behind Phineas and Ferb comes new show offering great laughs and charming stories. While the first season isn’t finished yet (with tons of episodes releasing in March), a second season got confirmed.

Disney XD has ordered a second season of Milo Murphy’s Law,starring Al Yankovic (aka “Weird Al”). Milo Murphy’s Law, from executive producers Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (Phineas and Ferb), is an animated adventure comedy series that follows 13-year-old Milo Murphy (Yankovic), the fictional great-great-great-great grandson of the Murphy’s Law namesake.
Milo is the personification of Murphy’s Law, where anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. Starring alongside Yankovic are Sabrina Carpenter (Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World) and MeKai Curtis (Disney XD’s Kirby Buckets) as Milo’s best friends Melissa Chase and Zack Underwood, respectively.

This is great news, as it shows Disney XD will continue getting quality animated shows though confidently supporting some of it’s best programs.
Source: Hollywood Reporter

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