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A.N.T. Farm - Season 3


The third season takes place at a boarding school called Z-Tech after all of the A.N.T.s are accepted as students. The school is run by a big technology company, Z-Tech, owned by Zoltan Grundy (Dominic Burgess). The series ends with Fletcher winning an arts fellowship in New York City and moving there to follow his dreams.




A.N.T. Farm - Season 3


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Disney Channel announced on November 11, 2010 that they had green-lit the show for production, which began in early 2011.[13] The show was first conceived when Dan Signer, creator of the show, saw China Anne McClain. "The girl had so much confidence. She can nail a joke. She can sing. She can play instruments. It's like China was some sort of child prodigy [...] And that's when it hit me: Why not build a show around a child prodigy? Someone who's got all of this natural talent & ability, but is still challenged when she's sent off to high school at the age of 11?" Signer said in an interview.[14] After the first few episodes of the show were shown, Disney Channel bumped up their order of episodes for the show from 13 episodes to 26 episodes for the first season.[14] On November 30, 2011, it was announced the series was renewed for a second season.[15] On October 2, 2012, it was announced the series was renewed for a third and final season.[16]


A.N.T. Farm is a Disney Channel original series that follows Chyna Parks (China Anne McClain) and her two best friends, Olive Doyle (Sierra McCormick) and Fletcher Quimby (Jake Short), who are in the "Advanced Natural Talents" (A.N.T.) program for gifted middle schoolers at Webster High School in San Francisco. Disney renewed A.N.T. Farm for its second season November 30, 2011.[1] Filming for season two began in early February 2012.[2] On October 2, 2012, Disney Channel officially renewed A.N.T. Farm for a third season.[3]


Zoltan Grundy discovers the ANT farm after Angus breaks into his security system. He builds an ANT boarding school where everyone has to audition to get in after Skidmore pretends she cannot afford a good ANT farm. However, only Olive, Fletcher and Angus get in because Zoltan had chosen another music prodigy whom everyone believes is Lexi. She throws a party to celebrate the new school, but Angus and the others prefer studying. Meanwhile, Olive and Fletcher try to help Chyna find the music room so she can record a song to prove to Zoltan that she belongs there. In the end, Chyna is accepted into the school and it is also revealed that Lexi is not a music prodigy but a math prodigy since, when she finished her performance for her audition, she took out her Z-phone Classic and explained mathematically to Zoltan why she did not get the Z-phone 2 which amazes Zoltan.[56]


Returning as star of the show is 14-year-old China Anne McClain, who plays Chyna, a musical prodigy in the Advanced Natural Talents program. The newest season transplants the A.N.T. students to a slick new boarding school. Read on for what McClain told EW about season 3, the present she got from Nick Jonas, and what's next for her singing group, the McClain Sisters.


CHINA ANNE MCCLAIN: All the A.N.T.s have moved to a boarding school, so unfortunately our parents aren't there, so we kind of have to learn how to grow up a bit and be responsible and do things on our own. There are a lot of great surprises this season, like somebody you never thought would be an A.N.T. is an A.N.T. now. And there are hilarious new characters and huge story lines and sets and costumes. There is definitely some romance in this season. There is one really huge guest star that we have, a surprise guest star. I think this is definitely the best season yet.


The one-hour season 3 premiere of A.N.T. Farm airs on Friday, May 31 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. McClain also appears in this July's Grown Ups 2, and she expects new material by the McClain Sisters to be released this fall.


A.N.T. Farm - Season 3 is a Comedy, Drama, Family TV Series whose creator is Dan Signer. It was released on 31 May 2013. It stars China Anne McClain, Sierra McCormick, Jake Short. The season begins with: Chyna, Olive, Fletcher, Angus and Lexi audition for an exclusive school… What await ahead?


A.N.T. Farm is a Disney Channel original series that follows Chyna Parks (China Anne McClain) and her two best friends Olive Doyle (Sierra McCormick) and Fletcher Quimby (Jake Short) as they transition to a gifted program called "Advanced Natural Talents" (also known as A.N.T.) at a local high school named Webster High. Disney renewed A.N.T. Farm for its second season November 30, 2011.[1] Filming for season two began in early February 2012.[2] A.N.T Farm has since ceased production.


He starred as Cameron Parks in the Disney Channel sitcom A.N.T. Farm, which premiered in 2011. He had been a series regular for the first two seasons but was no longer in the third season and Aedin Mincks took his place.


Season 3 of Bunk'd was announced on August 31, 2017.[1] Production officially commenced on October 15, 2017 and wrapped on March 30, 2018. On March 21, 2018, Skai Jackson announced that this season would be the last.[2]The 16 episode season premiered on June 18, 2018, and ended on September 21, 2018.[3] On November 15, 2018 it was announced Bunk'd was renewed for a Season 4.


Taking place in San Francisco, the series stars China Anne McClain, Sierra McCormick, and Jake Short as middle-schoolers in a gifted program at their local high school called the "Advanced Natural Talent" or "A.N.T." program for short. The series is notable for being the first show after the 65th Episode Rule Disney stopped on to end exactly at 65 episodes during its 3 season run.


Disney Channel announced on November 11, 2010, that they had green-lighted the show for production, which began in early 2011. The show was first conceived when Dan Signer, creator of the show, saw China Anne McClain. "The girl had so much confidence. She can nail a joke. She can sing. She can play instruments. It's like China was some sort of child prodigy [...] And that's when it hit me: Why not build a show around a child prodigy? Someone who's got all of this natural talent & ability, but is still challenged when she's sent off to high school at the age of 11?" Signer said in an interview. After the first few episodes of the show were shown, Disney Channel bumped up their order of episodes for the show from 13 episodes to 21 episodes for the first season.


SEASON THREE OF DISNEY CHANNEL'S TOP RATED SERIES "A.N.T. FARM" PREMIERES FRIDAY, MAY 31 WITH A SPECIAL ONE-HOUR EPISODE Season three of "A.N.T. Farm," the hit comedy series for kids and tweens, premieres FRIDAY, MAY 31 (8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Disney Channel with a special one-hour episode. Starring China Anne McClain, the new season follows musical prodigy Chyna Parks and her friends, Olive Doyle, Fletcher Quimby and Angus Chestnut, as well as cheerleader Lexi Reed, who reveals her own prodigious talent, as they move away from home to attend a prestigious A.N.T. (Advanced Natural Talents) boarding school. The episode features the new original song "Stars Aligning," performed by Hollywood Records recording artist McClain.In the premiere episode, the ANTs are excited when billionaire former child prodigy, Zoltan Grundy, announces the opportunity for Webster High students to audition and attend his exclusive A.N.T. boarding school. Chyna, Olive, Fletcher, Angus and Lexi all audition for the new school, but soon after, Chyna is heartbroken when she discovers she didn't make the final cut."A.N.T. Farm" premiered in June 2011 and ranks as TV's #1 telecast on Fridays at 8 o'clock across Kids 2-11, Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14. In 4Q12 it reached more than 138 million unduplicated viewers worldwide, in 162 countries and in 30 languages. [Source: NTI, U.S. ratings, most current, rank in time period vs. all TV, Fridays 8 p.m. Global: 10/1/12-12/30/12, individual country source lines available upon request.]The "A.N.T. Farm" soundtrack from Walt Disney Records spent five weeks at #1 on the Billboard Kids Album chart and yielded two hits for McClain, "Dynamite" and "Calling All the Monsters," each spending several weeks at #1 on Radio Disney's Top 30. Additionally, McClain, age 14, is currently working on an album with her sisters Sierra and Lauryn. The McClain Sisters wrote and performed "Rise," as featured in Disneynature's "Chimpanzee" and "The Great Divide" from the Tinker Bell film, "Secret of the Wings."The series 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"). In addition to McClain, the series stars Sierra McCormick ("Ramona and Beezus") as Olive Doyle, Jake Short ("Shorts," "Dexter") as Fletcher Quimby, Stefanie Scott ("Flipped," "No Strings Attached") as Lexi Reed and Aedin Mincks ("Desperate Housewives," "The Middle") as Angus Chestnut. Recurring is Dominic Burgess ("90210," "Rules of Engagement") as Zoltan Grundy.New episodes of "A.N.T. Farm" air FRIDAYS on Disney Channel. The series is a production of It's A Laugh Productions, Inc and carries a TV-G parental guideline.Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable in over 99 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on Disney Channels around the world, Disney Channel is part of the Disney/ABC Television Group. 041b061a72


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