It’s official. The Disney Channel comedy series will return for a third season. It begins with musical prodigy Chyna Parks and her friends, Olive Doyle and Fletcher Quimby plus Lexi Reed, who reveals her own prodigious talent, being accepted to a prestigious A.N.T. (Advanced Natural Talents) boarding school. With an unconventional curriculum and the opportunity to learn from other students in the program, the A.N.T.s strive to take their abilities to the next level. A.N.T. Farm was created by Dan Signer (The Suite Life on Deck, The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody) and is executive-produced by Signer and Stephen Engel (The Big Bang Theory, Mad About You, Dream On). China Anne McClain stars as Chyna Parks, along with Sierra McCormick as Olive Doyle, Jake Short as Fletcher Quimby and Stefanie Scott as Lexi Reed. A.N.T. Farm has ranked as the No.1 show in its time period to date in K2-11 6-11 and 9-14. Production resumes in Los Angeles this December with season three scheduled to premiere in June 2013.
Disney Channel Orders Third Season Of ‘A.N.T. Farm’
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