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The hit series has also been renewed for a fourth season ahead of its premiere.

Disney+ has announced that season 3 of High School Musical: The Series will debut in on Wednesday July 27, 2022, with new episodes dropping every week.

The hit series has also been renewed for a fourth season ahead of its premiere.

Season three of the show will follow its characters to sleepaway camp for a summer of campfires, romances, and curfew-free nights as they prepare for a production of Disney's Frozen.

Get a sneak peek of the new season here, featuring original HSM star, Corbin Bleu, making a cameo as himself:

According to TVLine, series regulars for Season 3 will include Joshua Bassett as Ricky, Sofia Wylie as Gina, Matt Cornett as E.J., Julia Lester as Ashlyn, Dara Reneé as Kourtney and Frankie Rodriguez as Carlos with guest appearances from Kate Reinders as Miss Jenn, Olivia Rose Keegan as Lily, Olivia Rodrigo as Nini, Larry Saperstein as Big Red, Joe Serafini as Seb, Meg Donnelly, and Jason Earles.

Newcomers to the season include Adrian Lyles as the mysterious new kid Jet and Saylor Bell as rule-following techie Maddox.

Created and executive-produced by Tim Federle ("Ferdinand," "Better Nate Than Ever"), season three will follow the Wildcats as they leave the hallways of East High for the ultimate summer at sleepaway camp, complete with campfires, summer romances and curfew-less nights. Production for the third season will relocate from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles and begin later this year.

"We are overjoyed to be heading to the great outdoors for season three, and grateful to our partners and friends at Disney+ for their continued support of our next-generation Wildcats," said Tim Federle.

Inspired by the immensely successful, two-time Emmy Award-winning "High School Musical" franchise that catapulted the likes of Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens into stardom and dominated the Billboard charts, "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" is again taking over the airwaves and helping launch the careers of some of Hollywood's next big stars.

A few of the breakout original songs from the series include: "Just For a Moment," the season one ballad Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo wrote for their characters Ricky and Nini; "All I Want," the platinum-certified, Billboard Hot 100-reaching hit song that Rodrigo wrote and performed as Nini in season one; and "The Rose Song," an empowering number that Rodrigo penned for Nini in season two. The soundtracks for "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" season one, season two, and "High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special" have an astounding 1 billion, 438 million combined streams to date.

Seasons one and two of "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" are set at East High School, the setting and filming location of the original movies. In season one, the series follows members of the DRAMA CLUB and their faculty advisors as they work their way to opening night of their school's first-ever production of "High School Musical: The Musical."

Season two culminates in a performance of "Beauty and the Beast." Show-mances blossom, old friendships are tested while new ones are made, rivalries flare, and lives are changed forever as these students discover the transformative power that only high school theater can provide.

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