High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Receives GLAAD Award

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season Two

Today, the 31st Annual GLAAD media awards will take place to honor the media that is inclusive to the LGBTQIA+ community! This morning, we found out that High School Musical: The Musical: The Series on Disney+ is bringing home its very own GLAAD Award!

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series won the award for Outstanding Kid & Family Programming. Here are the others shows that the Disney+ original series was up against for their GLAAD award:

  • Steven Universe – Cartoon Network
  • Adventure Time – Cartoon Network
  • Anne with an E – Netflix
  • She-Ra and the Princess of Power – Netflix
  • Andi Mack – The Disney Channel

We are so thrilled to see this series bring home this wonderful honor! High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is a scripted comedy that follows the students at the real East High as they put on their own production of High School Musical. This show presents the teens as real high school students and we follow their love and heartbreak. Through the series, we follow Carlos, the choreographer, as he falls for Seb, who wants to break traditions and play Sharpay Evans. Their storyline was one of my favorite parts of the show to watch and I loved to see the representation of LGBTQ+ relationships on the Disney+ streaming service!

What was your favorite episode of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!


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Caitie Bear

Caitie Bear originally came to DAPS MAGIC through GEEKS CORNER and coffee. She soon became the resident coffee consultant for special segments before finding herself joining the GEEKS CORNER team. She is now the co-host for the web show and has loved the opportunity to share the magic with other Disney fans. Caitie loves covering anything food or Disney Fairy Tale Weddings!






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