POPULAR "LAB RATS" COMEDY SERIES BEGINS FOURTH SEASON WITH NEW STORY LOCATION, MORE ACTION/ADVENTURE AND A NEW TITLE,
"LAB RATS: BIONIC ISLAND" WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 ON DISNEY XD
Disney XD's #1 comedy series "Lab Rats" will make its fourth season premiere with a new story location - Davenport's Bionic Academy, a training facility on a remote island that brings higher stakes and over-the-top missions for Leo and his super-human step-siblings, Chase, Adam and Bree - and a new series title, "Lab Rats: Bionic Island," in a one-hour episode WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 (8:30-9:30 p.m., ET/PT). A
Disney XD viewer favorite, the series stars Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman,
Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson Williams and Hal Sparks. The fourth season will also include a special guest appearance by Leo Howard (of Disney XD's "Kickin' It") and a crossover episode with the superhero comedy series "Mighty Med."
In the hour-long premiere episode, "Bionic Rebellion - Part 1 and 2," Chase, Adam, Bree and Leo learn that a confidante has formed an evil rebellion to exact revenge, leading to a bionic battle of good versus evil. "Bionic Rebellion - Part 1" will be available on WATCH Disney XD for verified users and Disney XD on Demand beginning Wednesday, March 11.
2014/15 season to-date, "Lab Rats" is Disney XD's #1 live-action series in Total Viewers (747,000) and across target Kid 2-11 (378,000/1.0 rating), Boy 2-11 (268,000/1.3 rating), Kid 6-11 (320,000/1.3 rating) and Boy 6-11 (231,000/1.9 rating) demographics.
Created and executive-produced by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore ("That '70s Show"), the recurring cast is Angel Parker as Tasha, Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry and Will Forte as the voice of Eddy.
"Lab Rats" is a production of It's A Laugh Productions, Inc. and carries a TV-G parental guideline.
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