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Carlos Pena & James Maslow Interview - 2013 MTV Movie Awards

James and Carlos talked 3rd album, Big Time Movie 2 and Season 4-5

On August 6, 2012, Nickelodeon renewed Big Time Rush for a 13-episode fourth season. Production started on January 7, 2013.

On May 6, 2013, Nickelodeon announced that Season 4 will be the final season.[1]

This is what Marjorie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s president of original programming and development, had to say about “Big Time Rush” season 4:

"Our viewers continue to love the stories, music and comedic misadventures of Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan. Their authentic friendship and brotherhood connects them to each other and their audience, both on camera and when performing in front of thousands of screaming fans."


In the show, the guys are 18, and this is the final season which may explain if the guys will continue their careers as pop stars or will they go their separate ways:

  • Logan becoming a doctor
  • James becoming a model, solo artist or actor
  • Kendall becoming a hockey superstar.
  • Carlos becoming a superhero (maybe a hockey superstar).

Also in Big Time Concert, Griffin offered Gustavo and BTR a 3-year contract after he fired them. This contract may have ended as 2 years have already passed.

Summer Break Tour[]

Main article: Summer Break Tour

After BTR finished recording the 13 episodes for Season 4, the guys went on a world tour to promote their 3rd album, 24/Seven and their last season of the show.

On March 29, 2013, Victoria Justice and Big Time Rush announced that they are going on tour together. The name of the tour is Summer Break Tour and occurred in the United States and Mexico.

Big Time Movie 2[]

James has said in an interview that if Nickelodeon lets them, he and the guys would love to do a second Big Time Rush movie, Big Time Movie 2, he then said, "Maybe with a more creative name."

Kendall talked about making a sequel to Big Time Movie on ClevverTV.

On the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, James and Carlos also talked about them wanting to make Big Time Movie 2.

Future Status[]

David Cade (Jett Stetson) revealed in an interview with Tracy Stumpf from RealTVfilms Social Lodge that Season 4 may be the last season for Big Time Rush.

On April 8, 2013, Adam Paul, cast member of the show, tweeted that if the ratings are good for Season 4, Nickelodeon will bring BTR back for another season.

In an Ok! Magazine interview, James was asked about Season 5.
Ok!: Come on season five!
JM: Season five would be cool but I’m more excited about transitioning into film or something a little more mature after this.

On May 9, 2013, Carlos revealed that the set of BTR has been dismantled.[2][3][4]

In an interview with James and then later Kendall, they said that if the fans wanted a 5th Season then they will film it. Kendall stated that he had a feeling they would come back after they wrapped the 4th Season.[5]

Carlos, The Director and Carlos Cam[]


Carlos Pena Jr. directed his first episode this season. “Scott Fellows, our creator, [said] he’s gonna let me direct one episode this season, so I’m super excited,” Carlos gushed.[1]

Carlos directed episode 411, Big Time Tour Bus, with special guest star Victoria Justice.

Pena produced " On the Road with BTR," a docu-reality series giving kids an inside look into the lives of Big Time Rush.[2]

Returning Guest Stars & Special Guest[]

Other Guest Stars & Cameos[]

  • Daniela Bobadilla (Dara Laramie), Lisa Arch (Dara's Stepmother), Scott Baio, Lucas Cruikshank, Christian Jacobs & Emma Jacobs, and Amos Watene guest starred in "Big Time Cameo"



  • On Interviews, Kendall has given hints about a fourth season as well as Carlos.
  • Kendall said that they will finish making Season 4 by April or May and then go on tour.  Kendall on Cambio
  • This is only season not to feature any special episodes, inclduing its series finale Big Time Dreams


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