We Need to Know: Will VH1’s Hit the Floor Return for Season 4?
After watching the Hit the Floor: ‘Til Death Do Us Part special, I have one question. Will the VH1 series returnÂ for a fourth season?
UPDATE: Â Great news, everyone!Â Hit the Floor will be returning for a fourth season.Â The show is on the move, however. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the VH1 series isÂ making a jump to one of its Viacom sister channels, BET. Â We approve. Big time. Thanks for the heads up, Shelly!
UPDATE #2: This was announced a while back, but there is a premiere date for season four of Hit the Floor. It’ll touch down on BET on July 10.
July 10 on BET https://t.co/nINfNJ9oAm
â€” Hit The Floor (@HitTheFloor) June 10, 2018
Meet the Cast (and be warned: there are some cast changes)
â€” Hit The Floor (@HitTheFloor) May 16, 2018
Because the one-hour episode felt final thanks to the Derek/Ahsha wedding along with the fact the newlyweds headedÂ off to Miami to lord over the basketball team and the dancers in that city.
Beyond the #DershaWedding, we found out who shot Jelena. It was Sloane. However, the only consequence Sloane will be dealing withÂ is her pesky conscience. Jelena’s said she’s not going to turn her in. I’m like Sloane. I am unsure of whether the woman means it or not. Maybe she’s keeping the secret because she knows how much damage and destruction she’s caused Sloane and her family. She also said she won’t use it to blackmail Sloane. Can she be trusted to keep this secret?
The end felt like everything was wrapped up all nice and tidy, don’t you think? Derek’s gone so guess whose stint as “Team Bitch” never unfolded? Yes, Zero’s the It Guy on the court per Jelena’s orders. Jude is anÂ executive vice president. The two get their house (and that wonderfully spacious shower). And Kyle is now captain of the Devil Girls.
Speaking of Kyle, she understands howÂ very non-maternal she is so even though Raquel’s son, Miguel, was back in the picture, she knew she couldn’tÂ take him in. Saving him from life in a foster homeÂ falls toÂ Jelena.
Lionel and Pete’s plan to frame Oscar for attempted murder did help Lionel get out of her creepy marriage. She makes the story go away where law enforcement is concerned and she gets a D-I-V-O-R-C-E. Oscar’s supposed to leave Jude alone, too. I do love how Lionel and Jude have each other’s backs. Well, as long as it doesn’t get in the way of Zero and Jude, that is.
You see how it all looks like the story’s over? I’m wondering if the show does get a fourth season if there will be lots of changes or if it’ll just continue the story as is.
I did feel a little better after reading creator James LaRosa’s tweet. Just a little.
For the record, this episode was not written to wrap anything up. I would and could write #HitTheFloor forever.
â€” James LaRosa (@JamesLaRosa) September 6, 2016
Let’s hope there’s more in store for Hit the Floor on VH1. I worry a tiny bit because the actors on this show are in demand. They’re always popping up in other things. Take a look:
Logan Browning is going to be one of the leads in the new Netflix series, Dear White People. Plus she recently appeared in Starz’s Survivor’s Remorse. Her other project, Playstation’s Power was canceled, however.
Dean Cain‘s Supergirl character is not so dead after all. So he’s bound to make some guest star appearances on the now CW series. At least, that’s my hope. It feels like one of the storylines dangling from the first season will need his presence in Season 2.
Thankfully, with shortened seasons and guest star stints, actors can work on multiple TV/streaming projects. Like, I said, I’m only worried a little bit.
Other burning questions from Hit the Floor: ‘Til Death Do Us Part:
- How in the world didÂ Jelena perfectly walk around on heels as if she didn’t just get shot and she wasn’t in pain? She must be bulletproof and badass.
- Terrence was in the beginning of the special a little but then he disappeared. Why wasn’t he at Derek’s wedding? And why wasn’t there at least one scene between him and Jelena?
- How much did I want to actually see a Derek vs. Jelena rivalry jumpstart in this special? It was leaning towards that way then Jelena changed her mind and let Derek and Ahsha go to Miami. I wouldn’t mind seeing those two try to outwit, outlast and outplay the other someday.
- How amazing was every scene with Zero and Jude?
Let’s hope we find our some good news regarding VH1’s Hit the Floor sooner rather than later.
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