Disney’s High School Musical + Adds Original Crew (TV News Roundup)

Original “High School Musical” cast members Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Lucas Grapel, Bart Johnson, Alison Reed, and Casey Stroh have joined the fourth season of the Disney+ series “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” begins production in season the new.

The new season will take a dead turn, with director character Gutierrez announcing that Disney has decided to make the much-anticipated “High School Musical 4: The Reunion” on location at their high school during the show. Bleu, Coleman, Grabeel, Johnson, Reed and Kaycee Stroh will play themselves, reprising their “High School Musical” roles on the show, while the students will play extra specials in the In-universe.

Additional new cast for Season 4 include Kylie Cantrall, Matthew Sato, Kaitlyn Riley and Fasty Mompoint in recurring guest star roles. The show, created and executive produced by Tim Federle, will feature songs from the “High School Musical” franchise as well as original music in its new season.

Also in today’s TV news:


The song “Jimmy Kimmel Live from ABC!” He will return to Brooklyn, New York, for a week of shows from Monday, September 26 to Friday, September 30. The five “Kimmel in Brooklyn” performances will be recorded in front of a live studio audience from Howard’s Brooklyn Academy of Music Gilman Opera House. This is the sixth occasion that “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” He went to the host’s hometown to record the show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Guests and musical performances of the Brooklyn Shows scheduled are listed below:

Monday 26 September

Amy Schumer, Charlemagne tha Jude, guest musician: Run The Jewels

Tuesday 27 September

David Letterman, Tracy Morgan

Wednesday 28th September

Mila Kunis, Ramy Youssef, guest musician: The Future

Thursday, September 29

Ben Stiller, guest musician: Yeah yeah yeah

Friday 30 September

Jason Bateman, guest musician and guest: Paul Simon

Jimmy Kimmel, Erin Irwin, Molly McInerney, Jennifer Sharon, and David Craig serve as executive producers; Douglas DeLuca serves as co-executive producer. The show is produced by 1205 AM Productions LLC in association with Kimmelot and ABC Signature.


Hulu has acquired the rights to “Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story” from Multicom Entertainment Group and Locomotive Entertainment. The stage stars Lady Lycee as Mahalia Jackson explores more than five decades of Jackson’s life, including her tumultuous relationship with her mother’s older sister, Aunt Duke (Janet Hubert).

The film was written and executive directed by Erica Nicole Malone, co-executive director Philip E. Robinson, produced by Vince Allen and directed by Dennis Dawes (“Ray,” “The Resident”). Besides Ledisi (“Selma” and “Pose”) and Hubert, the film also stars Columbus Short (“Stomp The Yard”, “Cadillac Records”), Keith David (“Greenleaf”), and Wendy Raquel Robinson (“The Game”). , Vanessa Estelle Williams (“Soul Food,” “9-1-1”), Keith Robinson (“Dream Girls”), and Corbin Bleu (“High School Musical”).


FX’s “Fleishman in Trouble” starring Jesse Eisenberg, Lizzie Kaplan and Claire Dance will premiere Thursday, November 17, on Hulu. The premiere will feature the first two episodes of the eight-episode series, with a new episode available every subsequent Thursday.

The series tells the story of 41-year-old Toby Fleishman whom Eisenberg recently divorced, and his ex-wife Rachel, played by Danes, suddenly disappeared, leaving him with two children and there was no clue when she would return. Kaplan plays Libby, one of Toby’s best friends.

Fleischman for Television was created by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, who is based on her novel of the same title and is being produced by Executive Management along with Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly, and Susanna Grant. Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton are also producing multiple episodes directly across the series. Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini serve as additional executive producers on the multiple episodes they directed. “Fleishman in Trouble” produced by ABC Signature. The series will also soon be available on Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ under the Star banner in all other regions.

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“Supreme Models,” the first-ever documentary series dedicated to the top black supermodels, premieres September 26 on YouTube Originals. The six-part documentary series is based on the book of the same name by entertainment reporter and former model Marcellas Reynolds, who serves as executive producer, along with model Iman.

The series will follow the evolution of black supermodels and their impact, not just on the fashion and beauty industries, but on American culture, the civil rights movement and how they helped change society while increasing diversity and representation. Appearances in Top Models include fashion and entertainment luminaries including Zendaya, Edward Ennival, Anna Wintour, Olivier Rousteing, Sergio Hudson, Zac Posen, India Moore and more.

Reynolds and Iman executives produce with This Machine’s RJ Cutler, Jane Cha Cutler, and Trevor Smith (“Billie Eilish: The World Is A Little Foggy” and “September Edition”). Rolake Bumpers, Donnie Jackson, and Douglas Cave serve as directors.

Watch the official trailer below.


AMC+ has announced the return of its original series, “Gangs of London,” which will begin its second season on Thursday, November 17, with two episodes. After the premiere, a new episode of the eight-part season will begin every Thursday on AMC+.

Season two begins one year after Shawn Wallace’s death and the events of season one, with the city map redrawn as different groups scattered and moved. Returning and new actors will resist the new order, forcing arch foes to work together and family members to betray each other.

Returning actors include Doriso, Baba Isido, Lucien Masamati, Michele Fairley, Orly Chuka, Pippa Bennett Warner, Brian Fernell, Nargis Rashidi, Asif Raza Mir and Valen Kane. The cast of Season 2, joined Walid Zuaiter, Armando, Fadi El-Sayed, Salem Kali and Ayman Hamdouchi.

Gangs of London was created by Gareth Evans and creative partner Matt Flannery. Gangs of London is produced by Pulse Films in association with Sister for Sky Studios and AMC. Check out the trailer below.

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