New Disney Channel Show 'Jessie' stars Debbie Ryan from Suite Life on Deck
Jessie is the latest new kid's TV show to come to Disney Channel. The show stars Debbie Ryan who many Disney Channel viewers will know as Bailey Pickett from Suite Life on Deck. Jessie premiers on Disney Channel Friday September 30th at 9pm Eastern.
The show follows an 18-year old girl from Texas, Jessie (Debbie Ryan), who moves to New York City. After arriving in New York, Jessie ends up as a nanny for four kids living in a fancy New York high rise hotel. Jessie's job of keeping the kids in line is tough enough, but it gets even tougher when she has to deal with a mean butler named Bertram and a 7-foot pet monitor lizard named Mr. Kipling.
The main characters in the show are:
Jessie (Debbie Ryan) - The lead character and nanny to the four Ross children, Jessie is new to the big city of New York and needs to save some money so she can chase her dreams.
Emma Ross (Peyton List) - Emma is the oldest Ross child. She's sweet and always tries to do her best.
Luke Ross (Cameron Boyce)- Luke is a 12 year old and the main trouble maker of the kids. His favorite thing is video games.
Ravi Ross (Karan Brar) - Ravi was adopted by the Ross family. He's originally from India and has a 7-foot pet lizard.
Zuri Ross (Skai Jackson)- Zuri is seven years old and the youngest of the Ross kids. She was adopted and originally came from Africa. Zuri has a vivid imagination and is the one responsible for getting Jessie to be the kid's nanny.
Bertram (Kevin Chamberlain) - The lazy butler who works for the Ross family.
Other characters on the show include Mr. Morgan Ross (the kid's movie director dad), Mrs. Christina Ross (the kid's super model mom), and Tony the door man.
Click here to see the trailer for the show:
The show was created by Pamela Eells O'Connell who was also involved in creating Suite Life on Deck. It's filmed at Hollywood Center Studios and Disney has already signed up for 20 episodes. Peyton List and Karan Brar were also in the movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.
Parents will be interested to know that the show is rated TV-G.