A drama about the scandalous lives of a group of four girlfriends - each on her own path to self-discovery as they brave the turbulent journey together. Meet Savi (Alyssa Milano), a ... See full summary »
After numerous attempts of trying to be popular two best friends decide to come out as lesbians, which launches them to instant celebrity status. Seduced by their newfound fame, Karma and Amy decide to keep up their romantic ruse.
"Hit the floor" follows young dancer Ahsha Hayes, as she joins the Devil Girls, the dance/cheer-leading squad of the LA Devils basketball team. The story is nothing special, quite over-the-top and predictable, involving Ahsha's mother, who is a former Devil Girl and doesn't want her daughter involved in the world of professional basketball, the team's coach, who used to date Ahsha's mother, the squad's director, the squad's bitchy captain, the star player who has a crush on Ahsha, Ahsha's boyfriend etc etc... They all get mixed-up in a world of fancy parties, LA villas and heavy eye makeup. Plotting, sexing and, thankfully, dancing! Which is the best thing in the show. The Devil Girl performances. Very entertaining, well-executed, video-clip style choreography.
It's a pity that Ahsha, the main character, get's boring really quick. Jelena, the bitchy villain, though a caricature, is more fun to watch. The rest of the cast ranges from the guy who used to play TV's Clark Kent, to the guy who used to play Bob Pinciotti, to ridiculously muscular guys who look like living J.I. Joe Barbie dolls. Look out for Katherine Bailess though, who is shining through as the ex-stripper Kyle, adding a little bit of spice with her witty lines and her southern accent.
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