I’ve added some pictures of Zendaya at the 2015 BET Awards. You can view them by clicking the thumbnail set below. More will be added as soon as I find some more. You can also view some videos from the event as well.
In tonight’s all new episode of K.C. Undercover “First Friend” – K.C. goes undercover as a college student at the University of Maryland to befriend and protect the President of The Organization’s daughter, Eliza. Meanwhile, Judy tires to talk Ernie into letting her join his adventure scout troupe. Be sure to tune into Disney Channel Tonight (Friday, June 26th, 2015 at 7:30pm) to catch the special episode.
Also i have added HQ Event images of Zendaya at the Children Mending Hearts, and Women of Excellence Events, Make sure to check them out over in the gallery along with HD Screencaps of K.C. Undercover Episode “Neighborhood Watchdogs”
Disney superstar, Zendaya Coleman, sits down for an intimately beautiful conversation with her mother, Claire Stoermer, and her father, Kazembe Ajamu, about the roots of her family and the roots of her name. Immigrant Heritage Month 2015 is proud to present “Z for Zendaya.”
In tomorrow’s all new episode of K.C. Undercover – “Stakeout Takeout” K.C. decides to take a stakeout while on an undercover mission. Meanwhile, it is time for Ernie to Bake The Biscuits by catching a bad guy. Make sure to tune into Disney Channel Tomorrow night (Sunday June 07, 2015 at 8:30pm). Don’t forget to view the episode stills over in the gallery!
While Saturday’s “KC Undercover” posted soft ratings, Sunday’s episode was the most-watched since January.
For “KC Undercover,” the second and third parts of the “Double Crossed” event brought mixed results.
Part two, which aired on Saturday night, drew the show’s second-lowest viewership total on record.
Sunday’s conclusion, however, delivered the show’s best viewership since the second episode, which aired on January 25.
Saturday’s “KC Undercover” posted a 0.31 adults 18-49 rating with 1.82 million viewers. Both marks trailed those of Friday night’s first part, which scored a 0.40 with 2.40 million.
Sunday’s episode then roared back with a 0.47 rating and 3.02 million viewers. It was the third-most watched on record (behind the January 18 premiere and aforementioned January 25 episode).
— Sunday night’s Disney Channel lineup also included “I Didn’t Do It” (0.36 rating, 2.20 million viewers).