Disney XD’s ‘Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything’ Set for July 22 Premiere

Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything
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Disney XD’s new live-action comedy series “Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything,” starring “Jessie” alum Cameron Boyce is set to premiere this summer on July 22, Variety has learned.

The premiere episode will feature special guest star, YouTube personality Joseph Garrett, better known as Stampy Cat.

“Gamer’s Guide” follows a 15-year-old professional video game-playing phenom (Boyce) who is forced to enroll in public school for the first time, and must utilize his virtual gaming expertise to help with real-life challenges.

The series premiere will immediately follow the one-hour “Lab Rats: Bionic Island” and “Mighty Med” crossover episode.

“Boyce” also stars in Disney Channel’s Original Movie “Descendants,” which bows July 31 — the same night “Jessie” spinoff “Bunk’d,” starring his former cast members Peyton List, Karan Brar and Skai Jackson, will premiere.

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  1. James Taylor says:

    Stampy Cat I am so excited that you are going to be on gamers guide to pretty much everything!!

  2. Alyssa says:


  3. Bynthh says:

    So basically

    Game Transfer Phenomena.

    Sigh. He’s gonna get beat up and he’ll shoot himself

  4. Bynthh says:

    another blond for disney channel to put their focus on

    Honestly. Cut their losses. Cancel shows.

    Just pay the 150k per episode and make a lizzie reunion already.


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