Created by Holly Sorensen, Step Up is an American dance drama television series that is based on the Step Up film series, which includes American romantic-dance installments with a multi-media release. Sorensen is also the executive producer of the series, along with Meredith Milton, Jennifer Gibgot, Jenna Dewan, Adam Shankman, and Channing Tatum, and the producers are Joshua Throne and Salli Newman.
The makers have hired some talented stars for the characters of the series that includes Lauryn McClain, Marcus Mitchell, Carlito Olivero, Kendra Oyesanya, Faizon Love, Ne-Yo, Keiynan Lonsdale, Rebbi Rose, Tricia Helfer, Petrice Jones, Terrence Green, Jade Chynoweth, Eric Graise, Naya Rivera, Christina Milian, Terayle Hill, Enrique Murciano, and many more are there.
The series debuted on YouTube on January 31, 2018, followed by the second season on March 20, 2019, and the third season on October 16, 2022. Sonia Saraiya of Variety said that the show has perfectly managed to mix everything including dance, film, and others into a series that is full of fun. Kayla Cobb of Decider also reacted positively by saying that it is a compelling and dramatic story that could stand as the best narrative installment in the Step Up universe.
Are you curious about the fourth season of this American dance drama television series? What are the release dates and plot of Step Up season 4? Who will be cast in the fourth season of Step Up? Here, we have all the relevant data for Step Up Season 4.
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Step Up Season 4 Release date
YouTube announced on June 23, 2016, that they were developing a new drama series based on the Step Up film series at the annual vidcon conference in Anaheim, California. YouTube announced in June 2017 that it gave a first season order to Step Up: High Water with ren episodes of 45 minutes each. The show was said to be YouTube Red’s first big-budget television drama and its release will make it compete with the best platforms like Netflix alongside traditional cable networks.
It was later disclosed that each episode of the series was produced on a budget worth millions of dollars. The first season of the series premiered on January 31, 2018, with 10 episodes. YouTube had renewed the series for a second season, which was announced on May 22, 2018, but later it was reported that the second season would premiere on March 20, 2019.
After its two seasons, YouTube Premium canceled the series on August 16, 2019. Then Starz picked up the series for a third season on May 28, 2020, and it aired on October 16, 2022. But the makers of Step Up have not renewed the series for a fourth season yet, so, there is no confirmed date for Step Up Season 4.
Step Up Season 4 Storyline
Since the makers have not renewed the series for a fourth season yet, there is no official storyline for Step Up Season 4.
Step Up Season 4 Cast
The main cast of Step Up includes Lauryn McClain as Janelle Baker, Marcus Mitchell as Dondre Hall, Carlito Olivero as Davis Jimenez, Kendra Oyesanya as Poppy Martinez, Faizon Love as Al Baker, Ne-Yo as Sage Odom, Rebbi Rose as Angel Etomi, Tricia Helfer as Erin Baxter, Petrice Jones and Keiynan Lonsdale as Tal Baker, Terrence Green as Rigo Octavio, Jade Chynoweth as Odalie Allen, Eric Graise as King, Naya Rivera and Christina Milian as Collette Jones, Terayle Hill as Marquise Howard, Enrique Murciano as Ricardo Cruz.
The recurring cast of the series includes R. Marcos Taylor as Earnest Octavio, Saidah Nairobi as Electra, Jeremy Copeland as Zo Browder, Al Calderon as Johnny One, Ashley Greene as Nine Sanders, and Cruz Abelita as Justin. The other cast of the series includes Savion Glover as Quincy Hobbs, Will Swannell as Himself, Robin Givens as Dana, Luther Brown as Himself, Rick Ross as Himself, Todrick Hall as Himself, Travis Wall as Himself, and Tight Eyez as Himself.
Step Up Season 4 Trailer
Since the makers have not renewed the series for a fourth season yet so, there is an official trailer for Step Up Season 4.
Where To Watch Step Up Season 4 Online?
The first season of Step Up premiered on YouTube Red. The second season of the series also premiered on the subscription service YouTube Premium, which is offered by the video platform YouTube. The third season of the series aired on the American premium cable and satellite television network, which is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment and is the flagship property of parent-subsidiary Starz Inc. If the makers release the fourth season, it will also be available on the same platform as season 3.