- This article is about the TV series. For the pilot episode, see Stuck in the Middle (episode).
"Stuck in the Middle" is an American single-camera sitcom developed for Disney Channel, written and executive produced by Linda Videtti Figueiredo. The series stars Jenna Ortega as Harley Diaz.
The show was picked up for a second season on June 15, 2016.
On August 31, 2017, Disney Channel renewed the show for a third season. On March 30, 2018, Disney Channel announced that Season 3 will be the final season. The series finale aired on July 23, 2018.
Told from Harley’s point of view, the slice of life stories find humor in everyday life as this middle child devises creative ways to cope with – and stand out – in her family’s busy suburban Massachusetts household. The Diaz parents, Suzy and Tom, also have six other kids: Rachel the self-involved eldest; Georgie, a basketball-playing teen; Ethan, Harley’s closest ally; invincible and indestructible twins Lewie and “Beast”; and the strong-willed youngest sibling, Daphne.
- Jenna Ortega as Harley Diaz
- Ronni Hawk as Rachel Diaz
- Isaak Presley as Ethan Diaz
- Ariana Greenblatt as Daphne Diaz
- Kayla Maisonet as Georgie Diaz
- Nicolas Bechtel as Lewie Diaz
- Malachi Barton as Beast Diaz
- Cerina Vincent as Suzy Diaz
- Joe Nieves as Tom Diaz
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired (U.S. dates)|
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||17||February 14, 2016||July 22, 2016|
|2||20||February 3, 2017||October 27, 2017|
|3||20||December 8, 2017||July 23, 2018|
- The show was originally called "Stuck in the Middle With You."
- Disney Channel's first single camera single since JONAS (2009-2010).
- Disney Channels' second sitcom centering around a Latino family, the first being Wizards of Waverly Place (2007-2012).
- A six episode series of web shorts, Stuck in the Store, aired between the first and second seasons.
- The show premiered on February 14, 2016 after the Disney Channel premiere of Frozen.
- The show will end with a total of 57 episodes. (59 produced)
- Stuck in the Middle is produced by Horizon Productions which also produces Andi Mack. Both are single-camera shows and do not use a laugh-track unlike most Disney shows. They're also among the few Disney shows not produced by It's a Laugh Productions.