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''The Cheetah Girls'' is a Disney Channel original movie series trilogy starring Adrienne Bailon, Kiely Williams, Sabrina Bryan, and Raven-Symoné that eventually created a real-life musical recording group of the same name. Due to the popularity of the first film, plans were made up (but never put into action) for a TV series that was planned to air on ABC.
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''The Cheetah Girls'' is a Disney Channel original movie series trilogy starring Adrienne Bailon, Kiely Williams, Sabrina Bryan, and Raven-Symoné that eventually created a real-life musical recording group of the same name. Due to the popularity of the first film, '''plans were made up (but never put into action) for a TV series that was planned to air on ABC'''.
  
 
==Production==
 
==Production==
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The show ran into some difficulties as at the time Raven-Symoné was starring on her popular Disney Channel sitcom ''That's So Raven'' at the time. This put her at odds with ''The Cheetah Girls'' as she wanted to focus solely on the former as opposed to taking on another big role.<ref>[http://www.mtv.com/news/1484867/3lws-adrienne-joins-ashanti-in-flick-cheetah-girls-gets-delayed/ MTV interview with Adrienne Bailon.] Retrieved 11 Feb '19</ref><ref>[https://www.ibtimes.com/how-cheetah-girls-paved-way-disney-channels-future-musical-movies-2708796 International Business Times article on the success of ''The Cheetah Girls'' movie.] Retrieved 04 Apr '20</ref>
 
The show ran into some difficulties as at the time Raven-Symoné was starring on her popular Disney Channel sitcom ''That's So Raven'' at the time. This put her at odds with ''The Cheetah Girls'' as she wanted to focus solely on the former as opposed to taking on another big role.<ref>[http://www.mtv.com/news/1484867/3lws-adrienne-joins-ashanti-in-flick-cheetah-girls-gets-delayed/ MTV interview with Adrienne Bailon.] Retrieved 11 Feb '19</ref><ref>[https://www.ibtimes.com/how-cheetah-girls-paved-way-disney-channels-future-musical-movies-2708796 International Business Times article on the success of ''The Cheetah Girls'' movie.] Retrieved 04 Apr '20</ref>
  
For years, a pilot for the show was rumored to have been filmed, but in 2019, the long-standing rumors about the pilot being filmed were debunked by Kiely Williams and Sabrina Bryan, who stated that "doing a ''Cheetah Girls'' TV show was always talked about, but there was never “anything real” happening with it, and they never even “had a script or anything."<ref>[https://www.ibtimes.com/long-standing-cheetah-girls-rumor-debunked-stars-sabrina-bryan-kiely-williams-2813999 International Business Times article on ''The Cheetah Girls'' TV show.]</ref>
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For years, a pilot for the show was rumored to have been filmed, but in 2019, the long-standing rumors about the pilot being filmed were debunked by Kiely Williams and Sabrina Bryan, who stated that "doing a ''Cheetah Girls'' TV show was always talked about, but there was never "anything real" happening with it, and they never even "had a script or anything."<ref>[https://www.ibtimes.com/long-standing-cheetah-girls-rumor-debunked-stars-sabrina-bryan-kiely-williams-2813999 International Business Times article on ''The Cheetah Girls'' TV show.] Retrieved 04 Aug '20</ref>
  
 
==External Link==
 
==External Link==
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cheetah_Girls_(group) The Wikipedia page on the Cheetah Girls group.] Retrieved 11 Feb '19
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cheetah_Girls_(group) The Wikipedia page on the Cheetah Girls group.]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 23:02, 17 April 2021

CheetahGirls.JPG

Cover of the first film.

Status: Non-existent

The Cheetah Girls is a Disney Channel original movie series trilogy starring Adrienne Bailon, Kiely Williams, Sabrina Bryan, and Raven-Symoné that eventually created a real-life musical recording group of the same name. Due to the popularity of the first film, plans were made up (but never put into action) for a TV series that was planned to air on ABC.

Production

The plot for the planned TV show was unknown, but was most likely set after the events of the first movie with the band focusing on their career. According to MTV News, the series was set to be put into production in early 2004. Discussions were also being held to write a role for Jessica Benson, a member of the girl group 3LW, which also featured Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams.[1]

Cancellation

The show ran into some difficulties as at the time Raven-Symoné was starring on her popular Disney Channel sitcom That's So Raven at the time. This put her at odds with The Cheetah Girls as she wanted to focus solely on the former as opposed to taking on another big role.[2][3]

For years, a pilot for the show was rumored to have been filmed, but in 2019, the long-standing rumors about the pilot being filmed were debunked by Kiely Williams and Sabrina Bryan, who stated that "doing a Cheetah Girls TV show was always talked about, but there was never "anything real" happening with it, and they never even "had a script or anything."[4]

External Link

References