Even before Season 2 premiered on the Disney+ platform, the question was already going crazy on the internet, is High School Musical 3 coming? The answer came to us only in mid-September, but fortunately, it is positive: the TV series will have a new chapter. The second cycle of episodes was also very successful. Consequently, Ricky, Nini, and all the other characters who wowed us with their dynamics were likely to return to the scene. We have to wait for statements from Disney to get more news about the release date of the TV series.
Is There A Release Date?
Now that the renewal is official, it’s very likely that fans around the world are wondering: when does the High School Musical 3 season come out? It is still too early to predict a release date for the TV series. In any case, thanks to Disney+ Day, we discover that season 3 will be available as early as 2022. We don’t have a precise release date yet, but at least we know that its debut is scheduled for next year.
What Is The Plot?
The TV series for Disney Plus comes under the genre musical comedy produced by Disney Channel in collaboration with Salty Pictures. The show was created by Tim Federle, one of the executive producers, along with Oliver Goldstick, Bill Borden, and Barry Rosenbush.
Season 1 is set at East High School in Salt Lake City, where the original films that have thrilled millions of people were shot. A theater teacher decides to set up the musical High School Musical: The Musical to pay homage to the famous films in school. On the other hand, the second season focused on the staging of the spring musical Beauty and the Beast.
What is the High School Musical 3 season about? The first previews on the new chapter of the TV series distributed by Disney Plus inform us that the story will move from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles! In the latest chapter, the school is closed for the summer holidays, and the protagonists will move to the City of the Angels, where they will spend a period camping.
It looks like the primary musical this season will be Frozen. To reveal it would be a series of clues released by Disney+, which, when it shared the logo of the new season, also wrote “Love is an open door,” the song that Anna and Hanz sing in the film.