Disney discussed a potential "Hannah Montana" spinoff with the show's star, Miley Cyrus. The actress and singer confirmed that the studio approached her for potentially updating the show just like it did with "That's So Raven," whose spinoff, "Raven's Home" debuts in July.

In an interview on the radio program "Zack Sang Show," Miley Cyrus said she's excited for her friend, Raven Symone, and she will be binge-watching her spinoff series. She cannot, however, be excited about bringing back "Hannah Montana."

Why Miley said no

The "Wrecking Ball" singer revealed she's hesitant to do another "Hannah Montana" show because this would mean she and her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, would be spending more time together.

Her real dad played her TV dad in the Disney series and Miley Cyrus said she went to work with him from when she was age 11 to 18-years-old.

"I didn’t get a school escape like most people," she quipped to Zack Sang. The singer also admitted this was one of the reasons why she made that daring twerk during the MTV VMA show in 2013. "I just spent 10 years every day with my dad and grandma...I had to break free.”

Breaking free

"Hannah Montana," a comedy series, is about a teenager named Miley Stewart who leads a secret life as a famous young music star, Hannah Montana.

The show, which launched Cyrus' career as a teen idol, aired for four seasons on the children and teen's network from 2006 to 2011. The successful series spawned different soundtracks and eventually led to feature films.

In 2008, the show's viewership grew to 200 million worldwide but Cyrus' reckless public image became a fodder for critics.

They demanded Disney cancel the show as its lead star became embroiled in controversy after controversy. Cyrus had long wanted to shake off her Disney image.

Disney has been airing reruns on the Disney Channel last December. It looks like that will be all that fans are getting.

Raven's spinoff

Meanwhile, "Raven's Home" will feature best friends Raven and Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) as divorced single mothers who are raising their kids together.

Raven's kids will display similar abilities like their mom, who can see the future.

Joining the spinoff series are Isaac Brown and Navia Robinson as Raven's 11-year-old twins, Booker and Nia. Jason Maybuam was cast as Chelsea's 9-year-old son Levi.

The series will debut on Friday, July 21. To prepare for the spinoff, the original show's four seasons will be available on the Disney Channel app on-demand beginning June 1.