Executive producer Kristen Bell, who also appears, reunites the cast of a high school musical and asks them to perform it again years later. Each former student reprises their role from ... See full summary »
Payton Hobart, a student from Santa Barbara, has known since age seven that he's going to be President of the United States. But first he'll have to navigate the most treacherous political landscape of all: Saint Sebastian High School.
Dara Renee twisted her knee in rehearsal for "Truth, Justice, and Songs in Our Key," right before they were going to shoot the big song. Larry Saperstein stepped in, learned her part of the dance in about 15 minutes. See more »
I am part of the generation that obsessed over HSM. Yes, I watched them all as a kid. I liked the music, but never really got extremely into it. This may be an unpopular opinion, but this show is way better.
It is like a PG version of GLEE, but I'll confidently say it's better than that show ever was. The actors are good, acutely believable for high schoolers too. A lot of them have great voices and great chemistry together.
I started watching this with my friend who's never seen HSM; we thought it would be a joke. Yet, both of us where pleasantly surprised and got sucked into it. I'm not ashamed to say I'm excited for the next season, and I hope these actors get the chance to prove their potential.
Once again, a Disney+ original does not fail!
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