In celebration of National Dance Day, Starz (Subscribe Now) today released the trailer and key art for the highly-anticipated third season of Step Up, set to premiere on Sunday, October 16.
The hit franchise follows the non-stop drama, scandalous romance, betrayals and rivalries told through the intersection of the worlds of music and dance within a highly sought-after performance empire.
Step Up premieres Sunday, October 16 at midnight on the Starz app, all Starz streaming and on-demand platforms, and internationally on the StarzPlay premium streaming platform across all territories.
On linear, the third season will debut on Starz at 10:00 PM ET/PT in the U.S. and Canada.
Welcome to High Water – a next level incubator for new artistic talent, where danger, corruption, suspicions, desires, resentments, and ambitions collide in and out of the halls of the headquarters.
As the label’s talent roster grows, High Water founder and megastar Sage Odom (Ne-Yo) faces murder charges, financial ruin and powerful political enemies.
His partner in business and in love, Collette Jones (Christina Milian) struggles to maintain their image as she balances a nationwide tour and stepping out of her role as the woman behind the empire all while carrying a secret that threatens to ruin it all.
Caught in the maelstrom is a collective of talented young artists that have been mentored to become top selling rappers and dance superstars: Rigo (Terrence Green), Poppy (Kendra Willis), Tal (Keiynan Lonsdale), Davis (Carlito Olivero), Odalie (Jade Chynoweth) and mysterious newcomer Angel (Rebbi Rosie), who all find that living your dream has a price.
The upcoming season also stars Faizon Love, Eric Graise, Terayle Hill, Enrique Murciano and Tricia Helfer.
Step Up is created and executive produced by Holly Sorensen. Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot, who served as producers on the original Step Up films, also executive produce this latest chapter of the franchise through their Offspring Entertainment banner.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who both co-starred in the original Step Up film, also executive produce through Free Association production company and Everheart Productions, Inc., respectively.
Erik Feig, who served as producer on all the films and oversaw the franchise while an executive at Lionsgate, executive produces via his production shingle PICTURESTART. Bill Brown also serves as writer and executive producer, and Dawn Wilkinson serves as director and executive producer.