Last Updated on: February 14th, 2023

“PrankStars” is a hidden camera prank reality television series that aired on Disney Channel in 2011. The show was created by Disney Channel and hosted by Mitchel Musso, known for his role as Oliver Oken in the Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana.”

In “PrankStars,” celebrities team up with young fans to pull off pranks on unsuspecting individuals. Each episode features a different celebrity guest who goes incognito with the help of elaborate disguises and props. The celebrity and the young fan work together to plan and execute a prank on an unsuspecting target, such as a family member, friend, or teacher.

The pranks are lighthearted and meant to be fun and entertaining, with the ultimate goal of surprising and delighting the target. After the prank is revealed, the celebrities often spend time with the fans, playing games and engaging in activities, creating memorable and special experiences for the young participants.

The show aimed to provide a unique and interactive experience for young viewers by involving them in the pranks and bringing their favorite celebrities directly to them. “PrankStars” combined humor, surprise, and heartwarming interactions between the celebrities and their young fans.

Additional Details:

  • Year of Debut: 2011
  • Year of Finale: 2011
  • Type of Series: Reality
  • TV Channel/Platform: The Disney Channel
  • IMDB Link

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