The iconic ‘High School Musical’ that was first released in 2006 will have its movie series Season 3 this July on Disney + with several twists that you will not expect.
One of the stars will exit and officially leave the franchise. In a report published in Comicbook, ‘High School Musical: The Musical Season 3’ is also intended to give a graceful exit to one of the stars in the show who was seen in Season 1 and 2.
Meanwhile, the ‘High School Musical: The Musical’ Season 3 will bring talented teenagers to a camp with a rule that none of them expected to happen.
Here’s what you should know why the new season of ‘High School Musical’ is too compelling and will not let you miss even one episode of it.
What To Know About ‘The High School Musical: The Musical’ Season 3
‘The High School Musical: The Musical’ follows the Wildcats and their fellow campers at Camp Shallow Lake in California. However, they did not expect that they will not be allowed to use any gadgets during their stay. This means that they will be cut off from technology for weeks.
In a published article in Collider, part of the official synopsis of the new season is that campers “are primed for an unforgettable summer ripe with romance, curfew-less nights and a taste of the great outdoors. With a high-stakes production of “Frozen” on the horizon AND a drama-filled “docu-series” of the production in the works, the Wildcats will attempt to show who is “best in snow” without leaving anyone out in the cold.”
Who Will Leave the Franchise?
The High School Musical Season 3 will be the last appearance of Olivia Rodrigo and her character “Nina”. This will become a farewell season too for her from the season’s first episode down to the last.
It can be remembered that in Season 2, Nina was given an opportunity to pursue her career as a songwriter in Los Angeles. In the new season or this Season 3, Nina will chase her dreams in Los Angeles and she will get separated from the rest of the characters.