‘Invisible Sister’ with Rowan Blanchard Premieres October 9 on Disney Channel

'Invisible Sister'The upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie Invisible Sister, starring Rowan Blanchard (‘Girl Meets World’) and Paris Berelc (‘Mighty Med’), is set to premiere Friday, October 9 at 8:00 pm ET/PT on Disney Channel as part of ‘Monstober,’ Disney Channel’s month-long Halloween-themed programming event.

Set in New Orleans during Halloween, Invisible Sister follows Cleo (Blanchard), an introverted young science prodigy whose class project accidentally turns her popular older sister and the school’s star lacrosse player, Molly (Berelc), invisible. Cleo, who has become accustomed to living in Molly’s shadow, is forced to step outside her comfort zone and into the shoes of her older sister to take her place on the day of an important game. As the sisters try to convince their friends, teachers and Molly’s lacrosse team that nothing is wrong, they must rely on each other like never before, and in doing so, they gain a better understanding of one another and themselves. Meanwhile, they are up against the clock to find an antidote to reverse the effects of Cleo’s experiment before Molly’s invisibility becomes permanent.

Invisible Sister also stars Karan Brar as Cleo’s quirky best buddy and fellow science enthusiast, George; Rachel Crow as Molly’s outgoing best friend and teammate, Nikki; Will Meyers as Cleo’s crush and science scholar, Carter; Austin Fryberger as Molly’s goofy but affable boyfriend, The Coug; and Alex Désert as the high school science teacher, Mr. Perkins.

Invisible Sister is directed and executive-produced by DGA Award-winner Paul Hoen. Susan Cartsonis is also an executive producer. The script was written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin  and Matt Eddy & Billy Eddy and inspired by the book My Invisible Sister by Beatrice Colin and Sara Pinto.


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  1. Disney Channel is making stupid films and series over and over and every time is getting worse. Nothing like the old Disney Channel

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