Hit The Floor - Season 2
Hit the Floor, originally titled Bounce, is an American sports drama television series that debuted on VH1 on May 27, 2013. Created by James LaRosa, the series chronicles the off-the-court drama surrounding the Los Angeles Devil Girls, the cheerleaders for the Los Angeles Devils, a fictional professional basketball team. On April 27, 2017, the series was renewed for an eight-episode fourth season that premiered on BET on July 10, 2018. The network canceled the series on December 7, 2018.
Hit the Floor - Season 2
In season three, a reunited Jelena and Terrence secretly plot to take over the Devils and oust Lionel, and Zero's unwillingness to go public becomes an obstacle to his fledgling relationship with Jude. From jail, Devils owner Oscar Kinkade (Don Stark) seeks vengeance against Sloane, who has rekindled her romance with Pete.
VH1 announced the renewal for a second season on July 15, 2013. Season two production began on January 31, 2014, and premiered on May 26, 2014. The season featured a whodunit story involving Olivia's murder, and LaRosa was inspired by the 1980s "Who shot J.R.?" storyline on Dallas to shoot multiple resolutions so that even the cast would not know the identity of the killer until the episode aired. Teasing the reveal in the season two finale, LaRosa said, "It's definitely someone you've come to know. It's a name at the top of the credits and I can tell you that you will be shocked ... the reveal gives me chills every single time".
On July 29, 2014, VH1 announced the third season renewal of Hit the Floor. The 10-episode new season premiered on January 18, 2016 and ended on March 28, 2016. In April 2016, VH1 greenlit an hour-long summer special to resolve the cliffhangers raised in the third season finale. The special aired on September 5, 2016.
On April 27, 2017, it was announced that the series would move to BET for its future seasons. In October 2017, BET announced that Cain, Elise, Freeman, Bailess, O'Keefe, and Antonello would be returning to the series, and series creator James LaRosa confirmed that Paige and Senn would not be returning for season four. Teyana Taylor was cast in an undisclosed role in October, and four new regular cast members were announced in November 2017: Tiffany Hines as "mystery woman" Eve, Cort King as rookie player Pax, Kyndall as new dancer Jamie, and Kristian Kordula as reporter Noah. Production began in November 2017, and the series' eight-episode fourth season premiered on July 10, 2018.
Hit the Floor is an American drama television series created by James LaRosa. The series chronicles the off-the-court drama surrounding the Los Angeles Devils, a fictional professional basketball team. Hit the Floor debuted on VH1 on May 27, 2013. After three seasons on VH1, Hit the Floor moved to BET for season four. The series was canceled on December 7, 2018. During the course of the series, 41 episodes of Hit the Floor aired, including one special over four seasons.
The season finale of Hit the Floor airs Monday at 9:00 on VH1. The show has already been renewed for a 10-episode third season, which will premiere next spring. You can check out a sneak peek of the finale here.
Hit the Floor season 2 is back bigger and better. Now this drama series hit our screens and it got everyone hooked to the characters and the drama they brought to us. Now, the sexy dance group the Devil Girls are still sexy as ever with the basketball player joining them in the drama galore.
This season hit off from where it left us in season 1 however there have been some few changes. We all know that Ahsha won the all-stars competition which of course did not go down well with Jelena, but then again why would it be ok with her knowing the kind of history the two have. Anyway, there is more drama and the more it is the better for us.
There is so much gossip to give but I will let you find out the rest by yourself. Trust me there is more where that came from. Find out what happens to Oliver after being fired by Oscar and also who Ahsha is dating in this season not forgetting what happens to her ex-boyfriend German. Oh, and yes Jelena and Terrence what happens between them? Be sure to catch up with the new season of Hit the Floor on VTI.
For starters, teams will now have a chance to go head-to-head at the end of the episode as they face-off in a volcano-based challenge. The second season will also feature some familiar faces as contestants, including stars from Netflix reality shows The Circle and Too Hot to Handle.
The Devil Girls perform for the final time during the season at the last round of the finals. The game is close and Derek passes it to Terrence who goes for a layup and comes down wrong breaking his leg and having the bone go straight through the skin. Jelena tries to go with him to the hospital but he tells her to stay to tell him what the outcome is.
FanSided: Hit The Floor moved from VH1 to corporate sibling BET between seasons. What was that process like for you, not knowing if the show would come back and then it moves to a new network?
JL: Fans who are looking for the plot twists and the sex and the drama and the one-liners and all that Hit the Floor stuff can really look forward to season 4. We have missed this world as much as they have, and we are incredibly grateful to the fans who have been so vocal about wanting us on their screens, so season 4 is a bit of a love letter to them.
Mitola on the MarkFreshman Alex Mitola came to Dartmouth known for his outside shooting, but couldn't get his shot to fall early in the season. Of his first 22 three-point attempts, the 5-11 point guard got just four (.182) to go through the hoop. But in a four-minute span in the second half against IPFW, Mitola drained three straight. He finished the game with 18 points, and the rookie has upped his scoring total in each game thus far, tallying 12 in the opener and 17 versus UNH.
2012-13 Season Notes: Named to the 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team ...Leaves Marquette sixth all-time in wins (97) and eighth all-time at MU in assists (435) ... Garnered the BIG EAST Sportsmanship Award ... Received a trio of awards at the team[apos]s postseason banquet including, Create for Others award, the Jimmy Butler 'Only Now Exists' Award and the Character Revealed Award ... Knocked down a season-high two 3-pointers and scored nine points vs. Colgate (Nov. 11) in the season-opener ... Scored a season-high 14 points vs. Butler (Nov. 19) at the Maui Invitational ... Added 11 points in vs. vs. USC (Nov. 21) ... Dished out a season-best eight assists and grabbed a game-high six rebounds vs. UMBC (Nov. 26) ... Led MU vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 8) by scoring a career- and game-high 18 points to go along with six assists and four rebounds ... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Dec. 10) ... Dished out a game-high six assists for third time in four games, while also scoring 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting vs. LSU (Dec. 22) ... Paced MU with 16 points vs. North Carolina Central on 5-of-8 shooting from the field and a season-high six made free throws ... Matched his career-high of 18 points to lead MU in scoring vs. UCONN, while also dishing out five assists ... Recorded six assists and a game-high three steals against Georgetown (Jan. 5) ... Led MU by pouring in 15 points against Providence (Jan. 26) and tallied a career-best two blocks ... Dished out a team-high six assists against USF (Jan. 28) ... Hit a career-best eight field goals vs. DePaul (Feb. 9) to score 17 points, while also chipping in a game-high six assists ... Boasted a full stat line vs. Syracuse (Feb. 25) with 12 points, three assists and season-best four steals in a season-high 38 minutes played ... Boasted a full stat line against Notre Dame (March 2), tallying seven points, four assists, two steal and two rebounds ... Chipped in 10 points on 3-of-4 shooting from the floor at Rutgers (March 5), while handing out three assists and recording a steal ... Went 6-for-9 from the floor and finished with 14 points in BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal loss to Notre Dame (March 14) ... Tallied eight points and five rebounds in Sweet 16 win against No. 2-seeded Miami (March 28).
2009-10 Season Notes: Awarded the program[apos]s Hank Raymonds Sportsmanship Award ... Missed first 18 games of the season after rupturing Achilles[apos] tendon on Sept. 18 ... Made his collegiate debut vs. Syracuse (1/23) and had two rebounds and a pair of assists in eight minutes ... Garnered his first collegiate points with a pair of free throws vs. Rutgers (1/26) ... Concluded the year averaging 0.3 points and 0.4 rebounds in just 12 appearances off the bench ... Earned first letter.
High School: Consensus top-100 nationally ranked signee ... rated 50th overall by Scout.com (fifth-best overall point guard), 60th by Rivals.com and 74th by ESPN.com ... three-year letterwinner and starter at Christian Life Center Academy in Humble, Texas, under head coach Carlos Wilson ... helped guide program to the National Association of Christian Athletes Elite Division I national title ... was named the event[apos]s most outstanding offensive player ... averaged 20.3 points and 8.3 assists per game in the event[apos]s three outings ... program finished with an overall record of 35-2 ... posted overall season averages of 22.0 points, 8.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game ... shot 48.0 percent from the field and 42.0 percent from behind the 3-point line ... named to all-area squad in greater Houston ... tabbed team[apos]s most valuable player ... selected to play in Reebok All-American Game ... McDonald[apos]s All-America nominee ... preseason all-area selection entering senior season ... averaged 21.0 points, 8.0 assists and 3.0 steals per contest as a junior ... helped team to 32-10 overall record ... the Cougars finished 42-8 in 2006-07 ... he chipped in 18.0 points, 7.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game that season ... named to the all-underclassmen list by USA Today after averaging 18.8 points per contest at Community Christian High School in Stockbridge, Ga., as a freshman ... competed for Grassroots Canada on the AAU circuit under Ro Russell ... guided squad to 2008 titles at the adidas Super 64 and NBA Players Association Top-100 event ... tabbed top playmaker at the NBA camp and was named to the all-create squad at the Reebok All-American Camp. 041b061a72