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Step Up Season 3 - Episode 4

Some things that didn't take center stage in this episode included the whole Angel and Odalie of it all. Odalie was crushing hard, and Angel was making some moves. I hope we get to see how that develops in the coming episodes.

Step Up Season 3 - Episode 4

The previous opening theme song was a bop. It sets the mood and the tone for the entire episode. The new theme is ... not bad. It takes a while to get into it, but when one hears it three-four times, it gets stuck in their head. I wish they recorded an extended version.

Odalie and Davis seem to be enjoying their time together in the early minutes of the episode, but this also doesn't last long. There seems always to be something that comes between them. I respect Odalie for sticking with that man because it is not easy, and he doesn't make it easy.

The Rigo-Sage situation is one I am excited to see unfold. Initially, I thought it would turn out to be a drag as it has been going on for two seasons but realizing that Rigo is easy to manipulate, I can't wait to see who takes this chance to put Sage in his position using Rigo as a proxy.

Step Up (previously titled Step Up: High Water) is an American drama television series, based on the Step Up film series. It premiered on January 31, 2018, on YouTube Red. The series was created by Holly Sorensen, who also serves as an executive producer alongside Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan. After being canceled by YouTube Red after two seasons,[1] Starz picked up the series for a third season,[2] which premiered on October 16, 2022.[3] In December 2022, the series was canceled after three seasons.[4]

On May 22, 2018, it was announced that YouTube had renewed the series for a second season.[13] On January 24, 2019, it was reported that the second season would premiere on March 20, 2019.[14] On August 16, 2019, YouTube Premium canceled the series after two seasons.[1] On May 28, 2020, Starz picked up the series for a third season.[2] Following filming restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, Blackhall Studios reopened for production on several films and the series, which was being written at the time, on July 13, 2020. Production was immediately paused on the same day when lead actress Naya Rivera was found dead following a boating accident several days prior.[15] Rivera's character had been set to appear; in August 2020 it was announced that a re-worked season would begin filming in January 2021.[16] On September 17, 2022, it was announced that the third season would premiere on October 16, 2022.[3] Days before the season finale, it was announced that Starz had canceled the series.[4]

On June 28, 2017, it was announced that Ne-Yo, Naya Rivera, Faizon Love, Lauryn McClain, Petrice Jones, Marcus Mitchell, Jade Chynoweth, Carlito Olivero, Terrence Green, R. Marcos Taylor, Eric Graise, and Kendra Oyesanya had been cast in the series' main roles.[11] On January 19, 2018, it was reported that Savion Glover would make a guest appearance in the series as a teacher at High Water.[17] On August 28, 2018, it was announced that in season two Ashley Greene and Jeremy Copeland were joining the cast, that Rick Ross and Todrick Hall would appear as themselves, and that JaQuel Knight would make a cameo appearance in addition to choreographing episode three.[18] After YouTube canceled the series, Petrice Jones moved on to other projects, leaving him unavailable by the time Starz picked up the show for Season 3. His role was filled by Keiynan Lonsdale as new character Tal Baker. Because of Naya Rivera's death, Christina Milian was cast as Collette.[19]

On December 19, 2017, YouTube released the first trailer for the series and announced that the show would premiere on January 31, 2018, with all ten episodes released at once.[22] On January 24, 2019, the official trailer for season two was released.[14]

On January 30, 2018, YouTube partnered with Fathom Events for special screenings of the first episode of the series at more than 750 movie theaters. The event also included a screening of the original 2006 Step Up film that launched the five-film franchise, and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the television series.[23][24]

Step Up, which originally aired on YouTube Red (remember that?) before relocating to Starz, has been canceled after three seasons, TVLine has confirmed.Cable Scorecard: What's Canceled, RenewedLaunch Gallery

There will be no fourth season of Step Up (fka Step Up: High Water). Starz has canceled the drama series after its one-season run on the network. The upcoming Season 3 finale, slated to premiere next week, serving as a series finale. (Source:

"Step Up" -- Rox decides to make amends with her former step coach when she arrives at Angels Memorial with the local high school step team after a pyramid stunt goes wrong. Also, Noa pleads with Leanne and Campbell to try any other method before performing an emergency hysterectomy on a young teenage girl experiencing complications after giving birth, on CODE BLACK, Wednesday, June 6 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: LuisÃÂ GuzmÃÂn (Jesse Sallander), Marcia Gay Harden (Dr. Leanne Rorish) Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ÃÂ2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Produced by Lionsgate TV, Step Up began as a YouTube series, and the first two seasons were released there in 2018 and 2019. It was cancelled when the video platform pulled back from producing original scripted series. Starz, a subsidiary of Lionsgate, picked it up in 2020 and aired the two seasons on its channel in 2021.

This show is so good. Im from the UK and wanted to know how they got on, was the baby sage, did they get back together, what happened to Oderley, did she see angel, did Tai sister come back bigger and better? This sucks man, so much to tell and so much story to follow. I am not happy at all. Startz cant just leave us hanging like this, at least do a season 4 to tell the final story 041b061a72


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