What episode is mutANT on A.N.T. Farm?
“mutANT farm” is the first Halloween-themed episode of the Disney Channel sitcom A.N.T. Farm, produced and aired as the fourteenth episode of its first season.
What season is mutANT farm on?
“mutANT farm 2” is the thirteenth episode in Season 2 of A.N.T. Farm. It is first aired on Disney Channel in the United States on October 5, 2012.
What season and episode is calling all the monsters?
Calling All The Monsters is an original Halloween-themed song performed by China Anne McClain. It was featured in the A.N.T Farm Halloween episode, MutANT Farm, as well as in the Shake It Up episode, Beam It Up, being the only song to be featured on two different Disney Channel shows.
What movie is calling all the monsters from?
“Calling All the Monsters” is the second single released from the soundtrack A.N.T. Farm (2011), for the television series of the same name on Disney Channel.
Why did A.N.T. Farm get Cancelled?
The reason ANT Farm ended was because China wanted to start working on music for her band, McClain, and wanted to do more edgier sounds in their music leaving her to want to depart from the Disney image.
What does A.N.T. Farm stand for?
Advanced Natural Talents
stands for Advanced Natural Talents. It may refer to: A.N.T. Farm, the Disney Channel original series.
Who is the guy in Calling All the Monsters?
“Calling All the Monsters” is a song performed by American pop recording artist China Anne McClain. It was produced by Niclas Molinder and Joacim Persson, who also co-wrote the song Johan Alkenäs, and Charlie Mason, for the soundtrack, A.N.T. Farm (2011), the soundtrack to the Disney Channel television series, A.N.T.
Who is the guy in Calling All the Monsters 2021?
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of “Calling All the Monsters,” China Anne, Lauryn and Sierra McClain have returned to create a new version of the song as well as a new music video. The new music video will also feature Gabriel McClain, the brother of the three musicians.
Is China McClain a twin?
China Anne and Lauryn McClain are officially twins – well, sort of. The two singer/actress sisters are often mistaken for actual twins, even though they are almost two years apart. To poke fun at the long-running comparison between them, China and Lauryn got matching tattoos with a quote from Lady and the Tramp.