The comedy family show will continue airing new episodes until early 2014, bringing it to 100 episodes before ending its run.
Disney Channel is ready to send "Good Luck Charlie" off. The network announces that it will not continue production on the successful show after its fourth season, which premiered last April.
"On behalf of everyone at Disney Channel, it's been our great pleasure to work with the extraordinary producers Phil Baker, Drew Vaupen and Dan Staley and the writers and crew of Good Luck Charlie," a rep for the kids channel confirms the news to Deadline.
"We could not have dreamt of a better cast than Bridgit Mendler, Jason Dolley, Leigh Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico and Eric Allan Kramer (and even little Logan Moreau as Baby Toby!) and the many guest stars who make the series so special."
The rep adds in a statement to The Wrap, "The cast and crew are superb and we will look forward to the big finale episode the creative team is planning." New episodes are slated to unspool through early 2014, bringing its run to 100 episodes.
"Good Luck Charlie" has had an impressive feat during its run. Debuting in spring 2010, it became TV's No.1 series across kids 2-11, kids 6-11 and tweens 9-14 in 2011. It is averaging 3 million total viewers per episode in its current fourth season and is the No.1 series in its time period among all kid demos this year to date.
Still, the cancellation must not come as a surprise since Disney Channel tends to end its successful shows once they hit the 100 episode mark. Previous series which received the same fate include "Hannah Montana" and "Wizards of Waverly Place".