Disney Channel 'Thinking' about new series, three pix

Grego, Melissa
August 2000
Daily Variety;08/30/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 62, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that the Disney Channel will broadcast the television series 'What's Lizzie Thinking?' as well as three films for its monthly movie showcase. Number of episodes of 'What's Lizzie Thinking' ordered; Titles of the three films that the channel will broadcast.


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