Within its sophomore outing, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than that it exists far beyond the shadow of its Disney Channel namesake
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Cashing in on the success of one of Disney Channel’s most beloved hits? High School Musical: The Musical: The Series more than justifies its existence within the first episode alone, perhaps even surpassing the original.