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Stuck In The Middle - Season 3



Stuck in the Middle is an American family comedy television series developed by Alison Brown and Linda Videtti Figueiredo and created by Alison Brown that premiered on Disney Channel on February 14, 2016. The series focuses on Jenna Ortega as Harley Diaz, who invents many gadgets to deal with living in a large family. In addition to the regular episodes, the series also aired six shorts on December 16, 2016. After three seasons and 57 episodes, the series concluded with the episode "Stuck in Harley's Quinceañera" on July 23, 2018.




Stuck in the Middle - Season 3


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Set in Massachusetts,[1] in the fictional town of Marshport, the series tells the story of the Diaz family, specifically focusing on Harley, the middle of the seven children. Harley makes her way using her creativity to deal with living in a large family.


Production on the series began in November 2015.[2] Disney Channel renewed Stuck in the Middle for a second season on June 15, 2016.[3] The series was renewed for a third season by Disney Channel on August 31, 2017.[4] On March 30, 2018, Disney Channel announced that the series would end after three seasons.[5]


A preview of Stuck in the Middle aired on Disney Channel on February 14, 2016.[6] The series was later released on Watch Disney Channel and Disney Channel on Demand on February 15, 2016. The series began airing regularly on March 11, 2016.[7] The first season concluded on July 22, 2016. The second season premiered on February 3, 2017, and concluded on October 27, 2017. The third season premiered on December 8, 2017, and concluded on July 23, 2018.


Season 3 of Stuck in the Middle was announced on August 31, 2017, by Disney Channel.[1] Production began on September 11, 2017, and wrapped on March 23, 2018. On March 30, 2018, Disney Channel announced that season 3 would be the final season of Stuck in the Middle.[2] The season premiered on December 8, 2017 and the series finale premiered on July 23, 2018.


In this season, there are major changes at the Diaz house. After missing a Christmas family trip to go to France, Rachel gets an opportunity to attend a fashion-design college there. She leaves for France, causing the Diazes to go through a major readjustment. Meanwhile, Harley is turning fifteen, and so she starts preparing for her big quinceañera. Throughout the season, she also struggles not only with her inventions but also with her new neighbor, Aidan - Ellie's cousin. Aidan turns out to be a nightmare for her. Harley feels betrayed when Ethan starts hanging out with Aidan, leading to a BFTF fight. However, on learning about Aidan's family issues, the Diazes start inviting him over and accepting him. Eventually, Harley starts to develop feelings for Aidan. They start dating but Aidan leaves town; only to come back and surprise Harley during her quinceañera.


Stuck in the Middle is an American family comedy television series developed by Alison Brown and Linda Videtti Figueiredo and created by Alison Brown that premiered on Disney Channel on February 14, 2016. The series focuses on Jenna Ortega as Harley Diaz, who invents many gadgets to deal with living in a large family. In addition to the regular episodes, the series also aired six shorts on December 16, 2016. After three seasons and 57 episodes, the series concluded with the episode "Stuck in Harley's Quinceañera" on July 23, 2018.


With Georgie in her sports off-season, outside of basketball, soccer and softball, Harley tries to involve her in another sport during the break. Knowing Georgie's tendency to score low when she plays, Harley gets her to try out for the golf team and invents a set of remote-controlled balls that will assure her a spot. When Georgie makes the team and starts feeling and acting like a winner, Harley tells her the truth about the golf balls and feels guilty about the cheating. Georgie eventually gives up on sports altogether and wants to become a regular teenage girl, but Harley reminds her how much the sports get the family involved, despite how bad she is. Meanwhile, Suzy challenges Rachel, Lewie, Beast and Daphne to cook dinner after they complain about her meals. After being successful with it once, Rachel and the twins are not thrilled with cooking all the time, so they prepare a less-than palatable meal to get out of it.


Hoping to reach Abuela's by Christmas, the Diaz family turns to a repairman named Buddy Burtz, whom Harley discovers is a middle child just like her, often ignored by his brothers. With the backlog at the Burtz repair shop, Tom offers to pay double to get the bus fixed, while Suzy attempts to withdraw the necessary funds from the bank, which falls through. Harley finds out that Buddy's brothers are taking part in an annual holiday race known as the Iron Elf but are not interested in having Buddy on their team due to his fear in one event the year he took part. Harley strikes a deal with Buddy, having him compete with her family in the race, and if they win, he will fix the bus for free. Buddy ends up facing the event he struggled with before, but with Harley believing he will overcome his fear, he succeeds, helping the Diaz family pull out the victory. Harley gives the trophy to Buddy, while the children donate the presents they won on Georgie's request. Sticking to his end of the deal, Buddy prepares to work on the bus, with his brothers offering to help. The Diaz family makes it to Florida in time, and they surprise Abuela with their visit. She surprises them by celebrating the holiday on the beachside.


Ethan hopes that Shane Coleman, the "zombie king", will view his horror film, and the Diaz family prepares a weekend premiere party for the occasion. As they begin planning, Harley and Ethan unexpectedly invite their neighbor Aidan to their house for the weekend, after his father bails on spending time with him. Harley sees it as an opportunity for Aidan to change his selfish ways by interacting with her family, but when they try to engage him in helping with the party preparation, it turns into a mess. The Diaz family scrambles to get everything set up in the backyard, but even after Shane shows up for the screening, Aidan's well-intentioned efforts cause havoc and the screening never takes place. Despite the disaster, Harley and Ethan are relieved when Shane later informs them that he liked the film, having received the DVD from Aidan, and that Ethan has potential as a director. The Diaz family, including Harley, has a change of heart about Aidan afterward, and they attend his final lacrosse game of the season, in place of his father.


Jenna Ortega was 12 years old when she got her big break as Harley Diaz in Stuck in the Middle on the Disney Channel. The show ran for three seasons and Jenna was 15 when it ended. [Everett Collection Inc / Alamy Stock Photo]


Jenna Ortega and the rest of the Stuck in the Middle cast recently finished filming Season 3 of the hit Disney Channel series. But, will there be a fourth season? According to Jenna's teary video on her Instagram Stories, things are not looking good.


Um, excuse me, WHAT?! Does this mean the show might be calling it quits after only three seasons? We're starting to get flashbacks of the Girl Meets World fandom demanding a fourth season - and not getting it. Can we please not go down that road again, Disney?!


Parents need to know that Stuck in the Middle is a family-friendly sitcom about the chaotic happenings in a large household, told from the point of view of its middle child. Despite the excessive absurdity and generally silly humor, the show offers recurring positive themes about family ties and sibling relationships. Harley often bemoans being part of a large household, but equal time is given to the benefits of being surrounded by people who care. Even though the show paints a refreshingly realistic picture of life's messy imperfections (the Diaz house is rarely tidy, and the parents admit their shortcomings without apology), it still shows problems resolved in implausible time.


Reflecting the chaotic goings-on in the oversized Diaz household, this fun comedy runs at a helter-skelter pace on the heels of its fresh-faced main character. Ortega commands this role, pleading her case as a long-suffering middle kid while finding the humor in the many calamities that befall her efforts to shine. The bigger picture paints a comical impression of family life in general, and it's surprisingly refreshing to see a presentation of the messy, imperfect nature of busy, rambunctious households.


Jenna Ortega knows the good and bad of being the middle child of six children in her own family. The good part is that both her older and younger siblings find it easy to confide in her. The down side is that she always ends up in the middle of the back seat in the car stuck between the two youngest members of her family.


There are reports that showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen are crafting a final episode that will also work as a satisfying end to the series. ABC had reportedly considered cancelling the series after last season, and with Friday being a tough night for shows to get traction with viewers, ratings for Season 5 have not been spectacular. With that in mind, we may see a lot of narrative threads being wrapped up in the coming episodes.


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