After unveiling its eponymous subscription platform last month with a full slate of originals, Fullscreen has announced the debut of its first new series since the service’s launch.
Beginning today, the network will air the first three episodes of Making Moves, a racy, nine-episode dance series featuring the YouTuber Andrea Russett — with two additional episodes arriving every Wednesday. Dance is clearly a potent category for the digital demographic: YouTube’s first original film for its subscription service, YouTube Red, was Dance Camp, created alongside Awesomeness Films.
Making Moves, which was developed by key members of the creative team behind the Step Up franchise, will feature high-octane dance routines and tell the story of an aspiring dancer who moves to Los Angeles to make it within the cutthroat digital dance scene. StarringRaychel Diane Weiner of Starz’s Flesh And Bone, Making Moves was created and directed by John Swetnam and choreographed byChristopher Scott.