Saying goodbye! Good Luck Charlie officially came to and end on February 16, 2014 after four seasons on Disney Channel.

Starring Bridgit Mendler, Mia Talerico, Bradley Steven Perry, Jason Dolley, Leigh-Allyn Baker and Eric Allan Kramer as the Duncan family, the show followed the story of a teenage girl named Teddy (played by Bridgit) who produced video diaries addressed to her toddler sister Charlie (played by Mia). Throughout the episodes, chaos ensued throughout the Duncan household as Teddy filmed her video diaries.

After the show officially came to an end, the cast got together for a major reunion in May 2020.

“I’m just so grateful for that opportunity as a young actress to be able to spend so much time developing a character,” Bridgit said of the show at the time. “Also, they were trying to entertain a family audience. They weren’t just trying to please kids, they were trying to reach everybody.”

Jason recalled the cast coming to set “wanting to make the best thing we could make” every day.

“Especially with us, there was this instant connection and chemistry that we had that you can’t plan, you can’t recreate,” the Cory in the House alum added. “Sometimes you just get lucky and it happens. And we all felt like a family pretty much right from the beginning. That translating to the screen, it becomes instantly relatable. Even 10 years later, you’re watching a family just like yours.”

Between the epic laughs, star-studded guest stars and meaningful lessons from the family, Good Luck Charlie was a total fan-favorite series! So, why did it have to come to an end? Well, J-14 did some investigating, and we just uncovered the real reason why the epic Disney Channel show was forced to go off the air. Scroll through our gallery to find out why Good Luck Charlie really ended.

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