Lizzy Greene was head over heels when a third season of Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn got the green light. New episodes start July 9 at 7:30 p.m. on Nickelodeon.
"I was doing cartwheels I was so excited," she said. "We get to go back and we get to live this dream for another 14 episodes."
On the show, Greene plays the only girl in a set of quadruplets, who are nowhere near the same. Of course, that leads to shenanigans and misunderstandings that lend themselves to comedy. She says the role lets her "really rep girl power."
"It shows you can be different but you can still be awesome and be unique in your own ways," she said. "I like playing Dawn because she's funny. Ever since I read the script, I just fell in love with her. We have so much in common."
Here are five things you should know about the 13-year-old North Texas native and TV veteran:
She's never more excited than when she's in Texas.
"Texas is just so much cleaner," she said and laughs. "It's where I call home. Not that I don't love Los Angeles. It's really fun and [there are] lots of cool things to do."
Acting isn't her only passion. Others include animals; P.S. Arts, a foundation that provides arts education to under-served students and communities in California; and gymnastics.
"I've been doing a lot of gymnastics, perfecting that. Gymnastics is very time-consuming and I do it every day.
"When I was little, I always wanted to be a vet. I really love the Best Friends Society and the SPCA. It's important for me to recognize those causes and help them out."
She's not above stealing a red carpet like she did at the 2016 Kids Choice Awards, hosted by Blake Shelton, at which she was nominated for Favorite Female TV Star.
"The really cool thing was I was nominated," she demurs. "I got two really big recognitions from that one event."
She started her career when most children are only thinking about the second grade.
"I did lots of theater when I was younger. The first one I ever did was when I was 7. It was a musical in Plano. And it kick-started everything. An agent came and saw me in the plays. They thought I was good. I met my manager at a class and that's where he introduced me to NRDD. "
She also stars in her own story on her YouTube channel.
"The thing I really like about YouTube is a few months ago I put up, 'Draw My Life.' I drew on a white board about how I came to this world and came to all this. It's a way people can get to know me better on the internet. I find it really cool. I can teach everybody more about me."
The Night Of: A Pakistani-American student's night of revelry turns into a quagmire of criminal justice in the premiere. 8 p.m. HBO
USA Gymnastics Trials: You need to see Simone Biles compete in San Jose, Calif. This meet is the final determinant for the five-woman team and the alternates that will compete in the Olympics in Rio. 7:30 p.m. NBC
The Bachelorette: JoJo and the boys hang out. If this doesn't work out, maybe they can form a boy band? 7 p.m. ABC
American Ninja Warrior: The finals in Los Angeles contain some of the competition's most treacherous obstacles, including the Helix Hang. 7 p.m. NBC
America's Got Talent: Auditions are over and "The Judge Cuts" begin. A guest judge joins the panel. 7 p.m. NBC
The Haves and the Have Nots: This one got that one killed. This one blackmailed that other one. And so the world turns on this night-time soap in which everyone involved is a hot mess. 8 p.m. OWN
The A Word: This six-part series from the BBC looks at the life of an already-touchy family after their 5-year-old son's diagnosis of autism. It's based on an Israeli series called Yellow Peppers. 9 p.m. Sundance
Penn & Teller: Fool Us: Alyson Hanigan (How I Met Your Mother) is the new host. Which is fitting, somehow, as legions of fans remember her best as magical Willow on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The ESPY Awards: John Cena hosts this still-strange-after-all-these-years fusion of pop culture and sports. 7 p.m. ABC
Suits: Fake lawyer Mike is adjusting to prison after being indicted for fraud in the season premiere. Malcolm-Jamal Warner (Theo!) plays his counselor. 8 p.m. USA
Mr. Robot: The second season premieres and, as usual, secrets abound. 9 p.m. USA
Black and White: Comedians Sherrod Small and Christian Finnegan plan to take on race relations. Every week. 9:30 p.m. A&E
Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II: The original recipe and its sequel will play back to back before the remake hits theaters Friday. 5 and 7:30 p.m. AMC
Queen of the South: Because you should. It's just getting more tense -- for everyone. 9 p.m. USA
Stranger Things: Winona Ryder stars -- as a mom with a missing son -- in horror series Stranger Things. Netflix
East Los High: Pop star Prince Royce joins the cast as the coach of a hip-hip dance crew. Hulu
Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II: Play it again. 5 and 7:30 p.m. AMC
Hello World: This series pairs musicians and one of their songs with nature videos. This time, Steven Tyler's "Red, White & You" hums along with prairie dogs and wild mustangs.
This week in home entertainment
Miracles From Heaven (PG, 109 mins.) is the story of the Beam family of Burleson. Jennifer Garner stars as Christy Beam, the author of the book by the same name, whose 10-year-old daughter has an incurable disease. A freak accident leaves the girl cured and an entire community lifted. Queen Latifah also stars.
Also out this week: Blaze and the Monster Machines: Fired Up; Colony: Season One; DC Supervillains Justice League: Masterminds of Crime; Dinosaur Train: Under the Volcano; The Divergent Series: Allegiant; The Dresser; Emergency! The Complete Season; Everybody Wants Some; Green Room; Miracles From Heaven; Naked and Afraid XL: Season 1; and Super Villains: The Joker's Last Laugh.