Jonas Brothers, Camp Rock

Disney Channel/John Medland

Camp Rock, well, rocked. And now Disney is ready to roll on a sequel.

Just days after the Jonas Brothers-starring TV movie debuted on the kid-friendly cable net, Disney has gone to work crafting a follow-up for the camera-friendly musical trio.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, production on the second small-screen installment will kick off in late spring or summer of 2009 with all three tween heartthrobs—Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas—set to return.

The TV movie, made in the same mold as the High School Musicals, averaged 8.9 million viewers Friday night, besting the ratings received by the original HSM to become the most-watched nonsequel film the channel's ever aired. (The unqualified title holder is HSM 2, which pulled in 17.2 million viewers in its first airing.)

Better start looking over your shoulder, Troy boy.

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