Fans have been waiting for news about Hit the Floor season four and BET has answered. The series, which focuses on a basketball team and cheerleaders, has found a new home. Devils Nation, rise up!
Hit the Floor aired the last episode from its third season back in March 2016. Fans craved more and VH1 greenlit a summer special. However, the future of the show remained uncertain after the special which led to fans shared their enthusiasm for the show to continue on social media. A #Thongs4HTF4 campaign was launched. Creator James LaRosa has also been supportive of the fans.
Now, BET has announced that it has ordered a new season of Hit the Floor and the fandom is overjoyed.
Okay but… #HitTheFloor is COMING BACK! I’m still not over this wonderful news.
— #ShadyRomanSisWife (@ItsASheThIngTV) April 29, 2017
— Vic (@VictorBeQueen) April 29, 2017
The show previously aired on VH1 so time will tell if moving to BET affects the story and pacing somehow. The cast hasn’t been confirmed either so I can’t say for sure if all of the original characters will return. However, I’ll worry about such things later. Right now it’s time for the fandom to enjoy and await the return of their beloved TV show. No air date has been announced yet.
I also talked to James LaRosa, before the premiere of season three, about Zude, having POC leads, and more if you want to check that out.
Here are a few things I’d like to see in Hit the Floor season four:
- What Derek and Ahsha are up to in Miami. They might return to the Devils but I would like to see them take a well-deserved break from all the drama.
- More Kyle because one can never get enough of her.
- Jelena trying to take care of Miguel. Such scenes could make for some great comedy and also develop Jelena as a character.
- I won’t mind Terrence returning.
- Domestic Zude!
- Perhaps a time skip? As long as it’s just a few months I’ll be okay with it.
- Lionel coming into her own. She deserves better.
Are you excited for Hit the Floor season four? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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