The past and present are about to collide High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 4. Disney+ has announced Corbin Bleu and Lucas Grabeel, as well as four other cast members from the original High School Musical franchise, will return for season 4. But that’s not all this new season has in store.
Three of the returning cast members have already appeared in the Disney+ series. Corbin Bleu, who starred in the original films as Chad Danforth; Lucas Grabeel, who played Ryan Evans; and Kaycee Stroh, who played the hip-hop-loving Martha Cox, have already returned to this universe. Both Bleu and Grabeel played versions of themselves, Bleu as the host of an upcoming Disney documentary in Season 3, and Grabeel as part of a dream series in Season 1. Stroh’s role on the series was somewhat more subdued as she played a member of the school board. in season 1.
This time they are joined by Monique Coleman, who played Sharpay’s academically focused friend Taylor McKessie; Bart Johnson, who played Troy’s father, Coach Bolton; and Alyson Reed, who played the one and only Mrs. Darbus, are all returning for Season 4. They’re all set to play themselves in the upcoming episode. In addition, Kylie Cantrall, Matthew Sato, Caitlin Reilly and Vasthy Mompoint are set to join the cast in recurring guest roles. cantrall (Ron went wrong) plays a social media star named Dani; Matthew Sato (Hawaii Five-O) plays a sitcom actor named Mack; Reilly (Hacking) becomes an indie film director named Quinn; and Mompoint (the gala) will star as Krystal, a choreographer. They will all join the regulars Joshua Bassett (Ricky), Sofia Wylie (Gina), Dara Reneé (Kourtney), Julia Lester (Ashlyn), Frankie Rodriguez (Carlos), Kate Reinders (Miss Jenn) and Liamani Segura (Emmy ), all of whom will return for this new season. Olivia Rodrigo is currently not set to return for Season 4.
After a life-changing summer at Camp Shallow Lake, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will follow our musical teens as they return to East High School for another year. This time our musical teens are preparing for a stage production of High School Musical 3: Senior Year. It’s all laughter, fun and singing until Headmaster Gutierrez (Valente Rodriguez) drops a huge bomb: Disney has decided to release the highly anticipated High School Musical 4: The Reunion movie. And best of all? It happens on location. This wild (cat) story has never been so meta.