The third season finale this March will determine Miley Stewart's choice whether to lead a glamorous life or become an ordinary girl in Tennessee.
Just like she hinted last year, Miley Cyrus will end her run as "Hannah Montana". The show that started in 2006 and catapulted the starlet's name into stardom will wrap it up in season 4 which was ordered by Disney Channel back in June 2009.
The comedy show starring also Emily Osment and Mitchel Musso is in its third season and will have its season finale called "Is Miley Saying Goodbye?" airing in mid March as a one-hour special. Miley will decide whether she should stay in Los Angeles or return to Tennessee.
It will be "a big one-hour event where we find out what Miley Stewart's decision is going to be," Disney Channel Worldwide programming exec Adam Bonnett said. Ray Liotta and Angus T. Jones are set to guest star.
The production of season 4 meanwhile will go in motion on January 18. The episodes will run until at least "over a full year". The story will wrap up in a way similar to "Hannah Montana: The Movie". Bonnett elaborated, "It's one of the things she's been wrestling with for months - whether it's time to make a decision to continue being Hannah Montana or just be a regular, ordinary girl."