Watch the next step

Watch the next step

The next step – season 1 episode 2

The Next Step is a Temple Street Productions-produced Canadian teen drama series created by Frank van Keeken. The series follows a group of dancers who attend The Next Step Dance Studio and is shot in a dramatic mockumentary format. 1st
Dancers from B- and A-Troupe compete for a place in A-Troupe. As the fourth group of dancers is about to begin their audition, an anonymous dancer named Michelle arrives, having recently relocated from Madison, Wisconsin. Emily, last year’s Dance Captain, feels challenged by Michelle as a result of this sudden twist. Kate approaches Michelle in her office and expresses her willingness to audition, stating that she was the dance captain at her previous studio as well as Miss National Soloist.
Giselle isn’t accepted into A-Troupe. Giselle is later kicked out of the E-girls for not being in A-Troupe, which is a requirement for all E-Girls. Emily promises to reintroduce Giselle to A-troupe and expel Michelle. Chloe finally joins the E-Girls. Until their first dance practice, Stephanie informs Michelle that it will be held in Studio B, but Giselle, who is on her way to B-Troupe, informs her that A-Troupe is often held in Studio A. Stephanie confesses to doing this so Michelle can be late and get a poor name in A-Troupe. People in A-Troupe say James dated a lot of girls in the past, including Beth, who is now in B-Troupe, and Amanda, who is at Elite, a rival studio that often wins regionals.

The next step season 4 episode 1

The A-Troupe dancers are led by team captain Emily and head choreographer Chris in the hopes of winning a national championship. The group meets at The Next Step Dance Studio every day in preparation for the regional competition. Emily feels challenged when Michelle, a gifted young woman, joins the team. Secrets, feelings, and cliques are revealed and questioned with her arrival at the studio. The championships are approaching, so the team must band together and work out their differences if they are to have a chance of winning the national title.
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The next step season 7 episode 1

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The next step – season 3 episode 1

The Following Steps

The next step

3. helmikuuta0:43 1,9 t. katselua Throwback to August 2019 (!) when the TNS Christmas Special was filmed, which is now available in select countries to help you get into the holiday spirit!
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The Following Steps
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The Following Steps
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The next step live – the movie

In a breathtaking and moving scene, CBBC’s The Next Step aired the first-ever same-sex kiss. The Next Step is a mockumentary series set in Canada that follows a dance team as they train for competitions.
Dancers Cleo and Jude, played by Dani Verayo and Molly Sanders, were preparing to perform in their duet in the show’s most recent episode, Room Service, which aired on Wednesday (22 July). The characters had a heart-to-heart before their routine, which led to the kiss after some flirting.
Jude said in monologues prior to the kiss, “When I dance with Cleo, I forget about everything.” It’s just her. We’re dancing, and all I can see is her.” “When I dance with Jude, I feel safe and free at the same time,” Cleo adds. It’s like sorcery when we dance together.”
Eloise Stonborough, Stonewall’s Head of Policy and Research, thanked CBBC for airing the scene, telling the Metro: “Jude and Cleo’s kiss on CBBC’s teen drama, The Next Step, is an exciting moment for LGBT visibility.”