'Hannah Montana' no more: Show reportedly ending after fourth season

hannah-montana-320.jpgIt's time to grow up: "Hannah Montana" will say good-bye to Disney Channel.

The popular Miley Cyrus sitcom is reportedly shutting down production after its fourth season, which begins shooting on Jan. 18, confirms "Access Hollywood."

Rumors that "Hannah" was going to that big concert stage in the sky began with a New York Post story that quoted Disney Channel Worldwide's Adam Bonnett, senior VP/programming, "You never know in this business . . . but right now we're scheduled to wrap [forever] after shooting this new batch of episodes."

It's not certain how many episodes will be taped for the final season, but the paper says Ray Liotta and "Two and a Half men" star Angus Jones will be guest starring for a couple episodes. Regardless, enough episodes will likely be taped to last through 2011, so the "Hannah" hype will continue for at least that long.

The last season reportedly mirrors Cyrus' own life, as her character must choose whether to give up her pop alter ego or to grow up and be herself.

Cyrus, 17, gets adult with a "Sex and the City 2" cameo, in theaters on May 28, but before that she'll star in the coming-of-age drama "The Last Song."

What do you think? Will you be sad to see "Hannah Montana" end or is it time to let go?

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