Here’s What We Know About the Sequel of Senior High So Far

Here’s What We Know About the Sequel of Senior High So Far


The hit coming-of-age series, Senior High, is coming back to our screens with a highly anticipated season 2—with new and old cast members in the limelight.

The creators of ABS-CBN Studios and Dreamscape Entertainment’s beloved drama series are already hard at work on the next chapter called High Street. Just two months after the first season wrapped up at the prestigious Northford High, the Filipino fans are ready to lavish in the world of Senior High again. This coming-of-age series is a refreshing staple in ABS-CBN and Dreamscape’s cabal of drama pieces—an engrossing, progressive story with seamless twists and mysteries you can’t help but sink your teeth into. It explores the dark side of high school with portrayals of scandals that do happen in real life—from bullying and abuse to drugs and murder. With that, the Senior High creators have ignited the spark once again—and here’s what we know so far.

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High Street is coming up high

Dominating High Street are returning lead cast members Andrea Brilliantes, Juan Karlos, Elijah Canlas, Xyriel Manabat, Zaijan Jaranilla, Daniela Stranner, Miggy Jimenez, Gela Atayde, and Tommy Alejandrino. 

Directors Lino Cayetano and Onat Diaz with the lead cast of Senior High—and now High Street

During the story conference for the sequel, Andrea Brilliantes says she’s excited but also feels mixed emotions. “If may part two, may pressure to make it as good—or better than the first one.”

Andrea returns as Sky in the sequel of Senior High
Jelo Canlas Archie Senior High
Elijah Canlas brings back to life his character Archie in Season 2

Seasoned actors Angel Aquino, Mon Confiado, Ana Abad Santos, Angeli Bayani, Gerald Madrid, Rans Rifol, and Inka Magnaye are also reprising their roles in the series. They guess that the new season is all about higher stakes—the characters are all older, so what happens now—beyond their senior high school?

The returning cast reprise their roles in the drama

For the Tim-Poch and RoxChie fans

Zaijan Jaranilla and Miggy Jimenez, who play Tim and Poch respectively, are excited to see where their love story takes them in this new season. “Kailangan natin ituloy ‘yong love story,” Miggy says. “Tingin mo sila [Tim and Poch] pa rin?” he asks his co-star, to which Zaijan answers: “Oo naman. Pinaglaban kita, e.

Season 1 also saw the romantic storyline of Archie and Roxy—leading them to spend a night together. The show ended with Archie telling Roxy that he was bound for the States just as she reveals that she’s pregnant. To that, Elijah says, “Excited ako na papanindigan ni Archie…” and we cut to Xyriel playfully asking before he finishes, “Papanindigan mo ba?” Elijah answers, “‘Yon ang tanong, kahit ako hindi ko pa alam.”

To the RoxChie fans, we’re all as clueless as these two—and as excited. But Xyriel weighs in and teases, “[High Street is] mas mature. May fatherly or motherly instinct…”

We can’t wait to see where these two love stories take us next.

New faces and new stories

New faces also dive in the Senior High universe

And we also can’t wait to see new stories. Joining the powerhouse roster are new cast members Romnick Sarmienta, AC Bonifacio, Harvey Bautista, Ralph De Leon, and Dimples Romana.

“It’s different jumping into a show na established na ‘yong main characters,” Harvey, the star of the youth series Zoomers, states. “So may pressure talaga, but excited ako kasi ang ganda ng storyline.”

Ralph De Leon adds, “Bigatin ‘yong cast na ‘to, especially for someone new like me. Meydo nakaka-intimidate siya, pero siyempre, it’s a good challenge that we want to take on.”

Dimples Romana also chips in with her guess about what High Street will revolve around: “I guess High Street is on the way to not just showing the struggles, but also showing the victory through the struggles.”

The big question: when is their return to the screen?

Director Lino Cayetano describes High Street as a unique opportunity to make an impact in the lives of the Filipino viewers. When? We don’t know yet—details are yet to be announced. But one thing is for sure: we’ll be tuning in to the story to know what happens after graduation.

Photos and Featured Image: MEGA ARCHIVES, DREAMSCAPE PH (Via X)

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