What team? Wildcats!
That's right, the students of East High are coming back again for another season of Disney+'s hit, queer-inclusive show High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. And based on an Instagram post made by star Frankie A. Rodriguez, it looks like the upcoming third season of the show has officially wrapped.
"That's a wrappy wrap on Camp Shallow Lake!" Rodriguez, who plays gay student Carlos on the show, wrote. "Thank you to all the campers and counselors who made it an amazing summer!"
We already knew that season 3 of the show would be moving away from Salt Lake City and East High, and see the students of the drama club going to a summer sleepaway camp called Camp Shallow Lake "complete with campfires, summer romances, and curfew-less nights."
At summer camp, the kids will be putting on a production of Frozen, so get ready for not just original songs and HSM songs, but songs from that franchise as well. We've also heard that they'll be singing songs from the Camp Rock movies this year.
Season 3 comes with some cast changes as well. Star Olivia Rodrigo, who's busy with her Grammy-winning music career, is stepping back from a series regular to a recurring character for this season.
New cast members for the season include Ben Stillwell, Better Nate Than Ever's Aria Brooks, and Liamani Segura. Original High School Musical alum Corbin Bleu is also joining the cast, appearing as himself in the upcoming season. Other new regulars include Adrian Lyles and Saylor Bell.
Most of the cast members will be back, including Joshua Bassett, Matt Cornett, Sofia Wylie, Julia Lester, Dara Renee. Hannah Montana Star Jason Earles is joining as the director of the summer camp, and Zombies star Meg Donnelly is guesting as a college student.
We don't know exactly when the new season will premiere, but we can't wait to see the Wildcats "Let It Go" this season at summer camp!
Seasons 1 & 2 of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series are currently streaming on Disney+!
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