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Season 4 is the fourth season of Bunk'd. On November 15, 2018, Deadline confirmed the series has been renewed for a fourth season. Filming began on March 20, 2019.[1] The season premiered on June 20, 2019 and consists of 32 episodes.


After purchasing Camp Kikiwaka for one dollar—from the Ross siblings, always cheerful former counselor Lou Hockhauser takes over the reins at Camp Kikiwaka, As the summer begins, Lou is adjusting to her new duties as camp director with her usual brand of over-the-top enthusiasm, although she’s now responsible for fixing the plumbing and hiring a cook when she’d rather be kayaking on the lake or hanging out in the Woodchuck Cabin. Lou is thrilled to be reunited with the returning campers, including her little cousin Finn and campers Destiny and Matteo. The three “veterans” are happy to be back and will each grow and learn more about themselves in their second year at Camp Kikiwaka. Destiny, who spends most of her time competing in pageants, has the opportunity to look at life from a different angle, while cautious Matteo finds he’s stronger than he thought. Finn continues to charge fearlessly into adventures while discovering the importance of teamwork and building friendships. Lou also welcomes some new faces, including camp counselor Noah, an upbeat and enthusiastic actor from Hollywood who enjoys leading the Grizzly Cabin in meditation exercises but has zero camp experience; Ava, a tenacious counselor from the big city who is unfamiliar with camp traditions; and Gwen, a somewhat naïve new camper who has spent her entire life living off the grid. Although at first she misses the Rosses and doubts her own abilities as a leader, Lou soon realizes her new team depends on her—and has faith in her. With humor and heart, she rallies counselors and campers together to create another unpredictable, fun-filled summer at Camp Kikiwaka.


Main article: Episode Guide

Confirmed dates

These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.

  1. 06/20/19 - Who da Boss? Lou da Boss! (401)
  2. 06/27/19 - Kikiwaka's Got Talent (402)
  3. 07/04/19 - Yes, Lies and Tower Escape (403)
  4. 07/11/19 - An Udder Disaster (404)
  5. 07/18/19 - Hot Spring Friend Machine (405)
  6. 07/25/19 - Water Under the Dock (406)
  7. 10/05/19 - In Your Wildest Screams (410)
  8. 10/12/19 - Inn Trouble (408)
  9. 10/19/19 - Lake Rancid (407)
  10. 10/26/19 - Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place (409)
  11. 11/02/19 - Mo-Squito Mo Problems (411)
  12. 11/09/19 - Sore Lou-ser (412)
  13. 11/16/19 - Lone Wolf (413)
  14. 11/23/19 - Serfs Up-rising (414)
  15. 12/07/19 - Summer Winter Wonderland (415)
  16. 01/10/20 - Cramped Champions (416)
  17. 01/17/20 - A Tale of Two Stackers (417)
  18. 01/24/20 - Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat (418)
  19. 01/31/20 - Snow Cups and Fisticuffs (419)
  20. 02/07/20 - The S'more, The S'merrier (420)
  21. 02/21/20 - Lava at First Sight (421)
  22. 02/28/20 - Town and Clown Relations (422)
  23. 03/06/20 - Whisper Toots (423)
  24. 03/13/20 - My Fairy Lady (424)
  25. 03/20/20 - Party Pooper (425)
  26. 06/21/20 - Squatters' Fights (426)
  27. 06/28/20 - Three Stars and a Baby (427)
  28. 07/05/20 - Manic Moose Day (428)
  29. 07/12/20 - Breaking Barb (429)

Unconfirmed dates

These are episodes that have confirmed titles but unknown airdates.


Main Cast

Recurring Cast

  • Garrett Holden Bales as Chef Jeff (4/25)
  • Raini Rodriguez as Barb Barca (3/25)
  • Michael McCusker as Boomer Gower (2/25)
  • Ellen Karsten as Miss Tilly (2/25)

Guest Cast


  • New executive producers were announced to be Phil Baker and Erin Dunlap, the executive producers of fellow Disney Channel series, Andi Mack.
  • Production started on March 20, 2019.
  • This is the first season to have been announced after the previous season ended.
  • This season takes the Jessie franchise to a full 8 seasons. It also makes the first Disney Channel spinoff to make it to 4 seasons and also the second to span the same amount of seasons as the parent series has, after The Suite Life on Deck.
  • This is the longest season of the Jessie franchise.
  • As of August 17, 2019, BUNK'D has been airing the longest than Jessie. Jessie ran for 4 years and 16 days. BUNK'D passed that on August 17, 2019 and is currently running at more than 4 and a half years and is still ongoing.
  • This is the first show to have the highest number of episodes per season than its predecessor
  • This season makes BUNK'D the 10th Disney Channel Original Series to make it to a fourth season after That's So Raven, Kim Possible, Hannah Montana, Phineas and Ferb, Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie, Austin & Ally, Jessie, and Liv and Maddie.
    • If you're counting other shows, this will be the 13th Disney Original Series to make it to a fourth season and the eighth non-animated series to make it to a fourth season, preceded by That's So Raven, Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie, Kickin' It, Austin & Ally, Jessie, Lab Rats, Kim Possible, Phineas and Ferb, and Liv and Maddie.
  • This is the longest season of Bunk'd, making BUNK'D'- the first series since Girl Meets World to receive at least 30 episodes for a season.
  • This will be the 3rd non-animated show to reach 30+ episodes for a season followed by That's So Raven and The Suite Life Of Zack and Cody.
  • According to Deadline, the fourth season will revolve around Lou and new campers of last season. The Ross Family will not return to the camp.[2]
  • This is the first season not to feature any Jessie characters.
  • During filming this season the stars also filmed other series:
    • Israel Johnson shot episodes of the second season of Schooled.
    • Scarlett Estevez shot episodes of the fifth season of Lucifer.
    • Miranda May cameoed in "Just Roll With It: You Decide LIVE!" episode of Just Roll With It.
  • This is the first show to have their opening sequence altered twice. (First Time: Season 3)
  • As of this season, Bunk'd is no longer considered a Jessie spinoff but rather a stand-alone series.
    • It is confirmed that Peyton List, Karan Brar, and Skai Jackson will not be returning in this season. This makes BUNK'D the ninth Disney Channel Original Series to have one or more main characters leave the series during its' run. The previous series are So Random, That's So Raven, Jonas, Sonny with a Chance, Shake It Up, A.N.T. Farm, Liv and Maddie, and Stuck in the Middle.
      • Sonny with a Chance was renewed for a third season but due to Demi Lovato having health concerns, she ultimately left the series after the second season. This resulted in the series being cancelled and rebranded into So Random!.
    • Miranda May will return this season with the cast from season 3.
    • Will Buie Jr. mentioned that there will be some new faces in the cast.
  • Production shifted from Hollywood Center Studios to CBS Studio Center, thus all new sets were constructed.
  • This season features new characters which are Israel Johnson as Noah Lambert, Shelby Simmons as Ava King, and Scarlett Estevez as Gwen Flores.
  • That's Not So Funny Productions and It's A Laugh Productions were in charge of Season 4.
  • Hazel returns this season in Inn Trouble.
  • Xander is mentioned in Inn Trouble.
  • Mrs. Kipling returned in Serfs Up-rising.
  • This season is all seasons feature Gwen.
  • Miranda May makes her directorial debut in this season.
  • There will be a crossover with Raven’s Home this season. This also marks the first crossover of the series.
  • This season makes Disney Channel History after being the first Disney spinoff to be renewed for Season 4.
  • This is the first Bunk'd season to air for over one year.


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