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High School Musical: The Musical: The Series 3 Gets Release Date, Renewed For Season 4

High School Musical: the Musical: the Series season 3 will follow East High students as they spend the summer at Camp Shallow Lake, working on a production of the Disney musical Frozen.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is renewed for the fourth season! Disney+ recently revealed the first look at the upcoming season 3 featuring a few fan-favourite characters as well as other familiar Disney faces. With the first look, the streamer announced the series has been greenlit for season 4. Disney+ also confirmed that star Rodrigo is returning to the series but as a recurring guest. The Drivers license singer’s music career has taken off since the series premiered in 2019.

Returning series regulars include Joshua Bassett, Sofia Wylie, Matt Cornett, Julia Lester, Dara Reneé, Frankie Rodriguez, Saylor Bell Curda and Adrian Lyles. Like Rodrigo, Kate Reinders (as Miss Jenn), Larry Saperstein (Big Red) and Joe Serafini (Seb) will be guest stars this season. In a first look teaser, the cast has arrived at Camp Shallow Lake, where Bleu makes a surprise appearance to announce that the teens will be performing Disney’s Frozen.

Bleu said, “Oh, I am so excited to be here at Camp Shallow Lake. Oh, you guys, I can’t wait to tell you what we’ve got planned this summer.” “My pals at the House of Mouse have given us the keys to the Magic Kingdom and that means, you guys are going to be the first camp on the planet to premiere a global blockbuster which became a Broadway sensation. Does anyone have a jacket? It suddenly got cold in here,” he adds, pausing for dramatic effect before sharing the big news, “We’re going to put on Frozen!”

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is inspired by the popular 2005 Disney Channel Original film High School Musical. The High School Musical: The Musical: the Series is set in a fictional version of East High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, where the film was shot. The series follows the behind-the-scenes drama of the school’s theatre department as they produce their annual musicals, starting with the stage version of ‘High School Musical’ in the first season, and ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in the second.

The third season will follow several of the East High students as they spend the summer at Camp Shallow Lake, working on a production of the Disney musical Frozen. However, everything about season 4 is now kept under wrap. High School Musical: the Musical: the Series is created and executive produced by Tim Federle. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is set to premiere on July 27 on Disney+. Till then, check out the first look teaser of High School Musical: the Musical: the Series season 3!

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