A ‘Princess Diaries‘ Spinoff Is Coming to Disney+. According to The Illuminerdi, The Princess Diaries is getting a spin-off series that will stream exclusively on Disney+.
The Illuminerdi shared, “[The Princess Diaries Spin-off is] about a biracial teenage girl discovering that Mia is her half-sister and moving to Genovia to live with the royal family. Considering that Mia previously had to trade her San Francisco life for one in Genovia because she was her father’s only heir, it’ll be quite a surprise to learn there was a spare all along. This is a fun way to keep the teen perspective, which once made the original so iconic, while still hopefully incorporating beloved characters like Queen Clarisse and Mia herself.”
From the sounds of it, the series will involve Mia discovering she has a half-sister through her father before his passing. Her newly discovered sister will move to Genovia to live with the Royal Family as they explore their new family dynamic. Not to mention, we do not know WHEN this story will take place in Mia’s storyline, wether that occurs shortly after the events of Princess Diaries 2 or later in Mia’s reign as Queen of Genovia.
Though no casting announcements have been made, both Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews have expressed interest in returning to their roles as Mia and Clarisse. We would love to see a 3rd Princess Diaries film as well as this spin-off series! We do know the spin-off will stream exclusively on Disney+ and is reported to be in production through Martin Chase Productions. Lorna Osunsanmi is said to be penning the story for the series.
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