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BUNK’D Season 7 Given the Green Light

Disney Branded Television announced today that BUNK’D Season 7 has received the green light. The seventh season renewal makes the hit series the longest-running live-action Disney Channel series.

BUNK’D continues to perform for the channel as one of the top 10 live-action series among kids aged 6-11.

BUNK'D Season 7 Given the Green Light

Series regulars Miranda May (Lou), Trevor Tordjman (Parker), Mallory James Mahoney (Destiny), Israel Johnson (Noah), Shiloh Verrico (Winnie), Luke Busey (Jake), and Alfred Lewis (Bill) are all set to return in BUNK’D Season 7.

Erin Dunlap will remain as executive producer and showrunner of the series in addition to May, who will continue her season six appointed role as executive producer while also directing select episodes.

BUNK'D Season 7

Charlie Andrews, executive vice president of Live Action and Alternative Series at Disney Branded Television, said, “‘BUNK’D’ has been a defining series for Disney Channel, and its loyal fans keep coming back year after year for the laughs, entertainment, and adventure they know and love.

“We are looking forward to another season set in the Wild West full of more outrageous stories and hijinks with our stellar cast of characters. Erin Dunlap, our fantastic showrunner, has taken this series to new levels, and we are thrilled that she will continue at the helm of the network’s longest-running live-action series.”

Season six of BUNK’D: Learning the Ropes will air a holiday-themed episode on Friday, Dec. 2. New weekly episodes will return in January 2023.

Set in Dusty Tush, Wyoming, Lou, Parker, Destiny, and Noah have been working double time to get the new Kikiwaka Ranch up and running, learning new ranch skills, acquainting themselves to the townsfolk, and welcoming their new campers.

It’s been a bumpy start, but campers Bill, Winnie, and Jake have loved their time at summer camp. In addition to perfecting his cowboy skills, Bill discovers that his fellow campers may be just as fun to hang out with as herding cattle.

Winnie is learning to reign in her thrill-seeking needs, and Jake is realizing how exciting real life can be away from video games. Meanwhile, counselors and campers band together to hunt for a mysterious treasure that is said to be hidden somewhere on the ranch.

BUNK’D is executive produced by Dunlap, May, David Booth, Valerie Ahearn, and Eric Schaar and was created by Pamela Eells O’Connell. Jason Shubb serves as producer.

The Disney series carries a TV-G parental guideline.