Disney Channel will present a crossover event of its three prime series, 'Wizards of Waverly Place', 'The Suite Life on Deck' and 'Hannah Montana', this July.
In a press release, Disney Channel has revealed the premiere date of "Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana", a crossover episode of "Wizards of Waverly Place", "The Suite Life on Deck" and "Hannah Montana". Not only will the special event feature the lead characters of the three shows stumbling to each other, but also feature the secondary cast such as Jennifer Stone, Brenda Song, Jake T. Austin and more.
The crossover event will be premiered on July 17 for a 90-minute telecast starting at 8/7c. The first half-hour is titled "Cast-Away (To Another Show)". Justin is excited to meet London Tipton when he wins the essay contest prize, a cruise on the SS Tipton. Alex and Max get to go aboard too, where Alex bonds with new BFF Bailey, but soon gets in hot water when she uses magic to bring Harper aboard. Max and Zack compete in a series of outrageous challenges.
In "Double-Crossed", Hannah Montana boards the SS Tipton on her way to a concert performance in Honolulu. To impress Bailey, Cody enlists Woody to help him get tickets. Meanwhile, the Russos use a little magic to spice up their vacation - Alex pulls a prank on Justin, for which Mr. Moseby blames Zack, while Max introduces London to a magical suitcase.
The last segment airs at 9/8c under the title "Super(stitious) Girl". While on the ship deck, Miley loses the charm ankle bracelet that her mother gave her and, when things start to go wrong, she is sure it's because she lost her lucky charm. Cody tells Bailey that he has a close friendship with Hannah and promises great seats to her concert.
DisneyChannel.com will conduct a scavenger hunt sweepstakes to coincide with the program. Participants will be required to tune in to Disney Channel every night from July 12 to July 17 at 8/7c and answer the questions correctly to win the grand prize (Miley Stewart's charm ankle bracelet, an SS Tipton life preserver signed by the stars and wands from "Wizards").