'Hit The Floor' Canceled At BET As Network Continues To Ramp Up New Shows
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'Hit The Floor' Canceled At BET As Network Continues To Ramp Up New Shows

Hit the Floor has come to an end. After the series ran for three seasons on VH1 before moving to Viacom sister network BET, it has now been canceled.

The cancellation comes as BET makes move in revamping its original scripted programming, which includes a Boomerang series from Lena Waithe and Halle Berry, Tracy Y. Oliver’s First Wives Club (which is moving from Paramount Network), the Soul Train-inspired series American Soul, Will Packer’s Peachtree Place and more.

The fourth season of Hit the Floor ended its run in August.

“At this time, BET Networks will not be moving forward with a fifth season of Hit the Floor. We are grateful to the most passionate fans ever who helped to bring one more season of the #DevilsNation to the screen, and the incredible cast and dancers. We would especially like to thank and recognize the acclaimed executive producer and creator of the series James LaRosa for his passion and vision. We look forward to finding ways to continue in partnership,” said the network in a statement.

In the first three seasons, the series starred Logan Browning, Kimberly Elise, Dean Cain, Taylour Paige and others. Teyana Taylor joined for the fourth season as a lead.

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