The cast of Step Up: High Water is getting bigger and we are so ready for it!
YouTube is stepping up the cast of their hit series bringing in several new characters to add to what we assume will be a drama-filled second season of the show. Among the slew of new cast members are Twilight actress Ashley Greene and dancer-choreographer Jeremy Copeland. Plus we will see the return of Ne-Yo, who will return to his role as Sage Odom, the founder of the High Water Performing Arts School.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Greene is going to play Nine Sanders, a New York based A&R rep who returns to Atlanta to oversee Sage's tour. Copeland will play Zo Browder, a gender-fluid professional dancer who brings real-world experience to Sage's crew.
High Water, which is based off of the Step Up dance movie franchise, is a YouTube series that tells the story of students and teachers at a performing arts school.
Also joining the cast are rapper Rick Ross and YouTube star Todrick Hall, who will appear as themselves in the second season.
Production of the 10-episode second season is currently filming in Atlanta.