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'Step Up' TV Series Picked Up by YouTube Red!

'Step Up' TV Series Picked Up by YouTube Red!

A new television series based on the hit dance movie Step Up is coming to YouTube Red!

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who starred in the 2006 film, will be executive producing the series, which is set to debut in early 2017.

“This is the best place to put Step Up of all the places I’ve been recently, from a brand perspective and from an audience potential perspective,” YouTube content chief Susanne Daniels said in a statement (via THR). “Dance is a hugely successful genre on YouTube.”

YouTube Red is a subscription based service that costs $10 a month.

Pictured inside: Jenna stepping out in a black dress to run errands right before the announcement was made on Thursday (June 23) in Los Angeles.

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