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As previously reported by Reality TV Magazine, ABC is giving the reality TV treatment to Disney’s hit movie series “High School Musical.” The show was originally announced as “High School Musical: Summer Session,” but the title has now been changed to “High School Musical: Get In The Picture.”
What’s the reason for the name change? Well, it might have something to do with the grand prize for the winner of the show. While ABC has previously kept the specifics of the grand prize a secret, it has now been announced that the grand prize is an appearance in a music video that will be shown during the end credits of “High School Musical 3: Senior Year.”
Hence, the winner will literally “get in the picture” just as the new title suggests. High School Musical: Get In The Picture is scheduled to debut on Sunday, July 20 from 8 PM to 9 PM ET. The show will run on Sundays and Mondays for three weeks, before switching to just Mondays through mid-September. Singer and reality TV veteran Nick Lachey will be hosting the series.
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As if trying out for a part in High School Musical isn’t enough excitement! Now hopefuls will get to rub shoulders with singer/songwriter Nick Lachey in the process.
ABC has announced that Disney’s High School Musical: Summer Session, currently in casting, will be hosted by Lachey. Lachey, who recently recorded the title song to Oprah Winfrey’s “Mitch Albom’s For One More Day,” is also known around reality TV circles as the guy who brought a Cincinnati choir to the top spot on NBC’s Clash of the Choirs. Lachey was also seen guest-starring recently in Alicia Keys’ Fresh Takes.
Oh. And he’s also known for being extremely hot.
The open casting calls for Disney’s High School Musical: Summer Session begin this Sunday at Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California, and continue to Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida.
High School Musical: Summer Session will premiere on Sunday, July 20th at 8:00 PM (ET) on ABC. The show will air Sundays and Mondays for three weeks, and then will continue on Mondays only until mid-September.
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As Reality TV Magazine recently reported, the hit Disney television movie series High School Musical is becoming a reality TV series on ABC. The series is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, July 20 from 8 PM to 9 PM ET. It will run on Sundays and Mondays from 8 PM to 9 PM ET for the first three weeks, before continuing on Mondays at 8 PM ET through mid-September.
ABC has also announced a nationwide casting call for this new Summer reality series. The High School Musical Summer Session producers are looking for applicants between the ages 16 and 22 who dream of taking center stage. The producers are not just looking for drama club members, but they also are looking for the high school quarterback or the chess club member who might never even have tried out for a play.
The producers will narrow down the applicants to a group of finalists, who will take part in a Summer music program. One winner will be selected to have the opportunity to become part of the High School Musical family. However, all the exact details of the grand prize that the winner will receive have not yet been announced.
Two open casting calls will be held. One is scheduled to take place in southern California at a yet to be announced date and the other is scheduled for Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida on May 7. These two auditions will be part of some of the early episodes of the series. In addition to the two open casting calls, casting scouts will also visit other areas of the country looking for talent to bring to the auditions. More details on the High School Musical Summer Session casting calls can be found at www.abc.com/hsmsummersession
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Premiering Sunday, July 20th at 8:00 PM (ET), High School Musical: Summer Session will give contestants an “opportunity of a lifetime,” as they compete in a special casting for the show.
Casting scouts are eager to meet talented hopefuls, ages 16 – 22, who would like to audition for the show. Finalists will participate in a summer music program aimed at fine-tuning their musical skills.
Mum’s the word on the final grand prize, but rumor is it’s WAY worth it and will go to the finalist still left standing after eliminations.
High School Musical: Summer Sessionpremieres on Sunday, July 20th, and will air Sunday and Monday nights at 8:00PM (ET)for three weeks, and then continue on Mondays at 8:00PM (ET)through the end of the summer.
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