The Bobcats move to a camp in California in the third season of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Ahead of its release this month, Disney+ shared the official trailer that shows our favorite characters getting ready to spend an unforgettable summer where friendships will strengthen, romances will be born and, above all, they will have a connection with nature.
The preview allows us to see the protagonists back, although now outside the school corridors. Now, they will have to take on the difficult task of making the Frozen musical while participating in a dramatic docuseries. “The Wildcats will try to prove who is ‘best in the snow’ without leaving anyone out in the open,” adds the official synopsis.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jojo Siwa among the guest stars
The cast is made up of Joshua Bassett (Ricky), sophia wylie (Gina), Matt Cornett (EJ), julia lester (ashlyn), dara renee (Kourney), frankie rodriguez (Carlos), Saylor Bell Curda (Maddox) and Adrian Lyles (Jet). The recurring stars of this season are Aria Brooks (Alex), Liamani Segura (Emmy) and Ben Stillwell (Channing), plus guest artists Corbin Blue (Like the same), Meg Donnelly (Ok), Jason Earles (Dewey Wood), Kate Reinders (Miss Jenn), Olivia Rose Keegan (Lilly), Olivia Rodrigo (Nini), Larry Saperstein (Big Red) and Joe Serafin (Seb).
Also, it was confirmed that Jesse Tyler Ferguson (modern-family) and the dancer JoJo Siwa will be part of the new episodes of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series in the roles of Marvin and Madison respectively. Ferguson’s character will be an old family friend of Nini, played by Rodrigo; while Siwa will be a former Camp Shallow Lake camper. Both stars belong to the community LGBT and their careers have been marked by activism or the representation of diversity in their own works.
On the musical side, the new installment will include songs from franchises such as Frozen, Camp Rock and obviously, High School Musical. The youth series is a creation by Tim Federle based on the trilogy of films directed by Kenny Ortega and the first two seasons were filmed in the same location as the film saga, although in fiction it is identified as East High School in Salt Lake City. , in Utah. The musical works that they previously adapted were a staging based on the original tape and another inspired by Beauty and the Beast.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will mark his grand comeback in Disney+ next july 27. Currently, all 22 chapters and the two specials can be seen in the service catalog streaming.