Miley Cyrus might be moving on, but her "Hannah Montana" Disney Channel hit TV series is set to live for years to come.
The fourth and final season of the show about a teenager who has the best of both worlds as a schoolgirl with a secret life as a pop star will start airing in July 2010, Disney said on Wednesday.
The title will be "Hannah Montana Forever" and will find Miley Cyrus's character questioning whether she can continue with her double life as singing sensation Hannah Montana or leave it all behind for a more ordinary existence.
Guest stars will include singer Sheryl Crow, actor Ray Liotta and many more in what producers are planning as a bumper, surprise-filled farewell series.
The final episode will air in the spring of 2011. Cyrus told reporters recently that fans of the show around the world "deserve a really respectful ending," but gave no details.
Cyrus, 17, who has played "Hannah Montana" since 2006, is moving on to a movie career with the romantic drama "The Last Song," which opens in the United States on April 2.
She told Parade magazine in an interview this week that she was "going to rejoice" at leaving behind her alter ego, saying she felt she had grown out of the role.
Disney Channel however has reassured young fans that the show will continue airing the total 100 episodes of the four seasons around the world, daily, "for years to come."
"Hannah Montana" is one of the biggest marketing brands in the world, encompassing music, TV, movies, books, clothing and video games.
The season three finale, broadcast earlier this month, was seen by almost seven million viewers in the United States alone and ranked as the biggest U.S. cable TV program for the week.