Andi Mack is an American family comedy-drama television series created by Terri Minsky that aired on Disney Channel from April 7, to July 26, It follows year-old Andi Mack and her best friends, Cyrus Goodman and Buffy Driscoll, as they attend middle school. Andi Mack is the top-rated series on cable television among children ages 6— It is the first series on Disney Channel to feature a gay main character, Cyrus Goodman , a distinction that has drawn considerable media attention and was reported in the news as being historic. The series has been nominated for and won awards for his coming out storyline, the introduction of which caused a ratings surge. On the night of her thirteenth birthday, Andi Mack's world is turned upside down when she discovers that the woman whom she believed to be her sister, Bex, is actually her mother.
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After three seasons of bringing young fans laughs, tears and awe-inspiring moments, the Disney Channel will bid a final farewell to Andi Mack. The series, which followed middle-schooler Andi Mack—played by Peyton Elizabeth Lee—her multi-generational Asian American family and friends will conclude with its series finale on Friday. Since its debut, the show has been a hit with young viewers thanks, in part, to the meaningful way the Disney series tackled heavy topics. The show started with year-old Andi discovering that the woman she believed to be her free-spirited older sister was actually her mother, and her birth was spawned from unplanned teen pregnancy. Over the years Andi Mack has gone on to tackle a number of controversial matters from anxiety, racism, homelessness, learning disabilities and more. The series was also a historical one for the network after it became the first Disney program to ever include a gay main character, Cyrus, played by Joshua Rush.
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In the series finale, which aired on July 26, Cyrus and T. Cyrus looks down at T. Is there anything you want to tell me? Soft music plays in the background to add to the scene. Actor Luke Mullen, who played T.