High School Musical: The Musical: The Series – Joshua Bassett & Olivia Rodrigo

Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo are in the Hollywire studio to chat High School Musical: The Musical: The Series with Jana Rosenberg!! The show is exclusively on Disney Plus. It is completely different from the three classic High School Musical films. Olivia and Joshua tell us about their characters and time on set. We also get the scoop on their goals with music! The two are not only talented actors, but talents musicians as well. Plus, we ask Olivia if she could receive roses from any celebrity, who would she want them from. Her answer will most definitely surprise you!

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series – Sofia Wiley and Matt Cornett

Matt Cornett and Sofia Wiley are in the Hollywire studio talking about the new show High School Musical: The Musical The Series!! The two dive into what separates the show from the legendary movie. They talk about a day in life on set and how much of a dream it is to be apart of such an iconic series exclusively on Disney Plus!

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is a mockumentary web television series created for Disney+. The show focuses on a group of teenage theater enthusiasts at East High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, who participate in creating their school production, High School Musical: The Musical. The first season consists of 10 episodes starring Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett, Matt Cornett, Sofia Wylie, Larry Saperstein, Julia Lester, Dara Renee, Frankie Rodriguez, Mark St. Cyr, and Kate Reinders. A former background cast member, Miss Jenn, begins working as the new drama teacher and decides to stage a performance of High School Musical: The Musical for her first winter production to celebrate the East High School’s affiliation with the original film. As they countdown to the opening night of their school’s first-ever production, friendships are tested, rivalries flare, and romance blossom.

Brenda Song

Brenda Song is chatting with Jana Rosenberg at Paley Fest about her new show on Hulu “Dollface”. The show is female driven, showing the positives and negatives that come with female friendships. Brenda opens up about her friends IRL and how she’s never been closer with a cast. The cast includes stars like Shay Mitchell and Kat Dennings. Brenda also talks about confidence! She feels most confident on a set doing what she does best – acting between action and cut. “Dollface” premieres on Netflix TODAY! Go watch and for more entertainment news, keep it here on Hollywire.

Cole Sprouse

Cole Sprouse is on the E! Peoples Choice Red Carpet with Jana Rosenberg right after his big win for Choice Drama Actor!! We chat with Cole about what being an actor means to him. Obviously, he’s been killing it on the hit show “Riverdale” alongside stars like KJ Apa and Lili Reinhart. However, he has new projects coming for us in the near future. We also noticed during his acceptance speech at the awards, the apple of his eye was heartthrob KJ Apa!! Other than KJ Apa, Cole tells us he is obsessed with BTS and loves K-pop! Us too, Cole, us too!!

Storm Reid

Storm Reid is on the E! Peoples Choice red carpet with Jana Rosenberg! We talk to this talented star about HBO’s hit show Euphoria. She tells us what it was like working a show that speaks out to the teens of our generation. She also tells us what it was like to play Zendaya’s TV little sister. The two had so much fun together, they’re basically sisters IRL! Zendaya even went over to Storm’s house last Thanksgiving! We also play some rapid fire questions with Storm where she reveals which she’d rather! Don’t miss this!

Storm Reid an American actress born in Atlanta, Georgia is making big moves within the entertainment industry. Although she is only 16 years old she began her acting career at three years old. She’s played Meg Murry in Ava DuVernay’s Wrinkle in Time which came from Walt Disney Studios. Reid has also been apart of television shows such as, The Thundermans, Adam DeVine’s House Party, NCIS: Los Angeles and Chicago P.D. Most recently she plays Gia Bennet in the HBO series Euphoria as well as the character “Ashley” in the 2019 film Don’t Let Go starring David Oyelowo. We also are excited to see her in upcoming movies such as The Invisible Man and Suicide Squad coming out in the year 2020/21.

Noah Centineo

Noah Centineo is on the E! People’s Choice Red Carpet with Jana Rosenberg!! Noah took home the E! People Choice Award for Best Comedy Actor. Not only did he win the award, he won the night! Noah was crutching around the award show and was still such a star. We chat with him about how he really feels about being unofficially named 2019’s “Internet Boyfriend”. He couldn’t have had a better response. PLUS, we asked 3 things he looks for in his leading lady. You don’t want to miss his response..

Elliana Walmsley

Elliana Walmsley is at Instagram Headquarters with Jana Rosenberg! We play a game of Noggins Up and talk about what Elliana has going on in her world. She’s famous for her time on “Dance Moms” but now that the show has unofficially come to a close, she’s looking to move on and continue her career outside of the show. See what she has to say about that and so much more!

Elliana is an 11 year old superstar. Prior to her television debut, Walmsley studied at the Joffrey Ballet and was even crowned Miss Petite Dance: America. She has become incredibly popular on social media, earning more than 750,000 followers just on Instagram. She even has a mini series with best friend Brooke Butler, adorably called: The Brooke and Elliana Show. After competing with the Abby Lee Dance Company on the show, she was invited to participate in a national tour with fellow castmate Maesi Caes to teach dance masterclasses and give solo performances. We can’t wait for more Elliana.

Ryan Guzman

Ryan Guzman is in the Hollywire studio! He is telling us all about his role on Fox’s hit show “9-1-1”! You may know Ryan from his first breakout role as the heartthrob in the “Step Up Revolution”. Believe it to not, Ryan had to learn how to dance while auditioning for the role. He also tells us that acting and dancing are not his only claims to fame. Ryan LOVES MMA. If he was not an actor, he’d want to be a professional MMA fighter. Before acting, Ryan moved out to Los Angeles on whim. He tells us that his road to stardom was not easy. He also cracks us up during a game of Rapid Fire Questions. Don’t miss it and catch an episode of “9-1-1” season 2 on Fox!

Ross Butler

Tony Moras is with Ross Butler on the UNICEF Masquerade Ball red carpet!! Ross talks with us about starring on the hit show “13 Reasons Why” and what it’s like to be in the final season of the journey. He reveals who the cast clown is on set as well as having Selena Gomez as an executive producer. Ross has some really sweet things to say about Selena. He is a BIG fan. See for yourself in our interview with him and for more Ross Butler news keep it right her on Hollywire!

Trinity Likins

Trinity Likins is in the Hollywire studio! She is telling us what it’s like on set of the hit show Riverdale with stars like Cole Sprouse and KJ Apa. Trinity plays Cole’s little sister on the show – Jellybean Jones. She explains how she is closest on set with her TV family. Trinity is quite the little prankster. She is always pulling pranks on set. She tells us about a time where she really freaked out her TV mom. We also play Noggin’s Up with Trinity. She completely dominates! Check her out alongside Cole Sprouse on the latest season of Riverdale. Trinity Likins is a name you will be hearing more and more in the future. This young star is making her rise in the entertainment world. Born April 20, 2008, Trinity Rose Likins is a native of Squamish, British Columbia, Canada. She is famous for playing Amelia in the 2017 TV movie, Christmas in the Air. Also, as Emma Landry in the 2019 TV mini-series, Unspeakable. However, her biggest claim to fame is as Jellybean Jones in The CW’s hit show, Riverdale. In Riverdale’s season three, Likins is introduced in a big moment alongside Gina Gershon, who plays Gladys, as the little sister to Jughead Jones, played by Cole Sprouse. After years of mentions, Gladys and Jellybean finally had faces, and Likins is described as fulfilling all fan expectations and then some.

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