The new girl casting for Disney channel’s “Girls” will likely be a cast of young girls from the ages of five to 11.
A Disney spokesperson said that the casting call was held this week for the season finale, and that the girls will have to have “good character qualities and be good people” for the role to be a success.
The spokesperson also explained that the season is in its final season, and it is likely that the new cast members will be added to the lineup of new girls who will be hired for the upcoming season.
The source added that the show’s new cast includes a lot of girls from various countries, including Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
“It’s the first time we’ve had a global cast,” the spokesperson told the publication.
The casting call is expected to begin sometime in December. “
This is the first season where we are looking at this in a global way and we are really excited to bring a lot more girls into the show, and we’re thrilled to have all these talented girls from around the world.”
The casting call is expected to begin sometime in December.
“Girls,” which was produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Disney, will be returning to Disney Channel in 2018.
The new season will focus on a different girl group from the previous season, focusing on a female superheroine named Maleficent.
The show also will be getting a major reboot this fall with a reboot of the beloved “Maleficent” movie.