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On November 15, 2017, it was officially revealed that Nickelodeon would not be continuing School of Rock and that this would be it’s final season. However, JustJaredJr. posted an article that stated School of Rock might get picked up and renewed for a fourth season as Paramount Studios are looking for another network to host the show.
The band is going bigger than ever before! They're starting to get used to fame and being more comfortable as a band. They continue to mix comedy with cast performances of popular and original songs. Whilst going on more adventures, they face some more obstacles.
- Breanna Yde as Tomika (20/20 episodes)
- Ricardo Hurtado as Freddy Huerta (20/20 episodes)
- Jade Pettyjohn as Summer Hathaway (20/20 episodes)
- Lance Lim as Zack Kwan (20/20 episodes)
- Aidan Miner as Lawrence Dooley (20/20 episodes)
- Tony Cavalero as Dewey Finn (20/20 episodes)
- Jama Williamson as Principal Mullins (15/20 episodes)
- Ivan Mallon as Clark O'Shannon (12/20 episodes)
- Haley Powell as Esmeralda (5/20 episodes)
- Brec Bassinger as Kale (5/20 episodes)
- Will Kindrachuk as Asher (4/20 episodes)
- Augie Isaac as Julian (5/20 episodes)
- Sydney Mikayla as Olive (5/20 episodes)
- JoJo Siwa as Audrey (2/20 episodes)
- David Pressman as Vice Principal Sternhagen (2/20 episodes)
- Kendall Schmidt as Justin (1/20 episodes)
- Tamara Mello as Eva Huerta
- Parris Mosteller as Dylan
- Edie Mothersbaugh as Karen
- Jalen Major as Scott
- Victoria Grace as Susan
- Chelsea Ricketts as Cricket
- Hey Violet as Themselves
- J. Elaine Marcos as Mrs. Ellison
- Mindy Sterling as Gloria
- Lilimar as Erika
- Annie Cavalero as Buffy Bonavita
- Jack Griffo as Slade
Main Article: Episode Guide
- 07/08/17 - Hold on Loosely (301)
- 07/15/17 - Do You Want to Know a Secret? (302)
- 07/22/17 - True Colors (303)
- 07/29/17 - Leader of the Band (305)
- 08/05/17 - The Other Side of Summer (307)
- 08/12/17 - Minimum Wage (309)
- 11/18/17 - Heroes and Villains (304)
- 12/03/17 - Jingle Bell Rock (315)
- 01/07/18 - Kool Thing (311)
- 01/14/18 - Would I Lie to You? (308)
- 01/21/18 - Puppy Love (306)
- 01/28/18 - Love Is a Battlefield (312)
- 02/11/18 - A Matter of Trust (310)
- 02/18/18 - Don’t Know What You Got (Til It’s Gone) (314)
- 02/25/18 - Not Afraid (319)
- 03/04/18 - Surprise, Surprise (313)
- 03/11/18 - We Gotta Get Outta This Place (316)
- 03/18/18 - Photograph (320)
- 04/01/18 - I Love Rock and Roll: Part 1 (317)
- 04/08/18 - I Love Rock and Roll: Part 2 (318)
- Season 3 had the most number of episodes; consisting of 20.
- This season ran for exactly ten months; five months longer than the previous season.
- Filming began on February 28, 2017 and wrapped on September 10, 2017.
- There was a love triangle between Freddy, Summer and Asher, in this season.
- The theme song changed this season. The lyrics were no different, but there were a few edits to the graphics and the cast looked older.
- Tony Cavalero directed one of the episodes (which was revealed via his Instagram), this season. It was the fourteenth episode, Don’t Know What You Got (Til It’s Gone).
- Again, via his Instagram, Tony's wife, Annie Cavalero, guest stars on an episode this season, as Buffy Bonavita; a news reporter.
- In Ricardo Hurtado's vlog, it reveals that Brian Stepanek from other Nickelodeon live-action show, Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn worked on the show at some point.
- I Love Rock and Roll served as the season and series finale and marked the first two parter within the entire series.
- This marks the only season to include a Christmas-themed episode which was Jingle Bell Rock.
- This marked the last season of the show. Though it is still possible the show can be renewed since the creators of School of Rock have been looking out on Paramount Television for a different network to renew it for a fourth season.
- Jama Williamson, who portrays, Principal Mullins, was absent in five episodes; Leader of the Band, Minimum Wage, Kool Thing, A Matter of Trust and Not Afraid.
- Tomika falls out with her friends multiple times this season, particularly Summer.
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