About the Show
Teen superstar Miley Cyrus plays typical teen Miley Stewart and her alter-ego, pop star Hannah Montana, in the Emmy-nominated comedy series "Hannah Montana."
Led by a breakthrough iconic girl character, "Hannah Montana" is one of the most successful shows in the history of kids television. Its stories are designed to entertain kids, tweens and families with relatable themes about the importance of following one's dreams and celebrating family and friends.
The series also stars Emily Osment as Miley's best friend and confidante Lilly Truscott, Jason Earles as older brother Jackson, Moises Arias as the Stewart's nemesis Rico and multi-Platinum-selling country music star Billy Ray Cyrus as Miley's father and Hannah's manager, Robby Ray Stewart.
Unbeknownst to nearly everyone, for most of her teen years Miley Stewart has successfully lived a double life as international pop singer Hannah Montana and ordinary high school girl Miley Stewart. With a blonde wig and a flashy pop star style, she's managed to have the best of both worlds --working amidst the glamour of limousines, cool clothes and all-access passes as Hannah Montana and savoring the chance to experience life like every other girl at school just being Miley.
But now, in the fourth season, "Hannah Montana Forever," Miley is wondering what her life would be like without Hannah Montana. Her dad moves the family into a new ranch home in Malibu and her best friend Lilly comes along too. The property also accommodates the one thing Miley has missed the most -- her beloved horse Blue Jeans, who has been brought to California from their home in Tennessee.
With pivotal decisions ahead of her, Miley enters her senior year of high school with BFF Lilly while Jackson and Robby Ray finally meet the girls of their dreams and Rico looks for entertaining new ways to thwart his nemesis Jackson.
Steven Peterman ("Murphy Brown," "Suddenly Susan") and Michael Poryes ("That's So Raven," "Veronica's Closet") are the executive producers. "Hannah Montana" is a production of It's a Laugh Productions, Inc. It carries a TV-G parental guideline and an E/I designation for its educational and/or informational content.