What We Know From ET’s Hit The Floor Season 4 Set Visit!
Fans have been waiting patiently for Hit the Floor Season 4 to air on BET. While we still have a few more months to go, the good news is that a recent set visit from ET does offer some interesting scoop about what to expect from the upcoming episodes.
Hit the Floor is known for its killer dance routines and mysterious plotlines. Looking at the ET set visit video, those things are sure to return for the fourth season. However, some new players are going to be introduced. So, let’s break all of the information down!
Teyana Taylor as London
We already knew about Teyana joining the show. In the video, the actress described her character, London, as someone who’s coming back from “a big scandal” and is trying to “find herself again.” She also pointed out that London isn’t the villain. She’s a person who hit rock bottom and is now building herself up.
Actress Katherine Bailess, who plays Kyle Hart on the show, talked about London being a character who’ll bring a different vibe.
After hearing all of that, I’m looking forward to what Teyana’s London brings to the table. Also, I don’t know about you all, but I’m a fan of Teyana’s voice. As long as she’s talking, I’ll listen.
Cort King as Pax
Cort described Pax as a rookie who’ll help the audience see the world of Hit the Floor through innocent eyes.
Tiffany Hines as Eve
Tiffany described her character as somebody who works for the league and has ties to the Devils. We get to see her when the Devils are “kind of going through a transition period.”
Kyndall as Jamie
Kyndall said that Jamie’s very “driven” and “determined.” She’s someone who’s trying to become Queen Bee. Kyndall also hinted at some tension between Jamie and London.
What About Jude and Derek?
James LaRosa knows the fandom wants answers. He used the word “dramatic” when asked about Jude (Brent Antonello) and Derek’s respective relationship status. Both Zero (Adam Senn) and Ahsha Hayes (Taylour Paige) won’t be returning for Hit the Floor Season 4. This means fans won’t be getting their Zude-scenes and Derek won’t get to interact with his wife, Ahsha.
McKinley Freeman, who plays Derek Roman, also mentioned that stuff was going to get messy.
As for how long fans will have to wait to get their answers, James said he doesn’t like making fans wait too long. So, I guess, we’ll find out soon enough once the eight-episode fourth season premieres this summer on BET.
I can’t wait to see how James handles the situation and progresses Jude and Derek as characters. Let’s see what “killer story” James has rewarded Brent with. I’m literally holding my breath!
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Farid has a Masters in Psychology and an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Arousing the Legacy, Missing in Somerville, The Game Master of Somerville, and The Escaped Murderer of Somerville. He gives us insight on comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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