Nine months after YouTube canceled Step Up: High Water after two seasons, Starz announced it is reimagining the dance drama for premium cable with the original cast and the addition of Helfer. Step Up, which is dropping "High Water" from its title, is the second YouTube series, after Showtime's On Becoming a God in Central Florida, to find a new home after the video web service pulled out of scripted original programming. Step Up is owned by Lionsgate, Starz's parent company. "The latest installment of Step Up not only reimagines the entire franchise but is filled with high energy, lots of heart and electrifying dance moves, and we’re very excited to reunite the talented cast and creative teams for another great season,” said Lionsgate Television Group chairman Kevin Beggs. “This collaboration underscores our ability to work successfully across our businesses to supply premium content to Starz.” Helfer will join returning cast members Petrice Jones, Faizon Love, Marcus Mitchell, Jade Chynoweth, Carlito Olivero, Terrence Green, Eric Graise and Kendra Oyesanya. The original Step Up creative team will also be back, including creator Holly Sorenson, and producers of the original Step Up films Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who starred in the Step Up movies, will also return as executive producers.