Debuting August 7 on Netflix, Work It will follow Quinn Ackerman (Carpenter), a little youngster who has a fantasy about moving in front of an audience in rivalries. At the point when the admission to the school she had always wanted requires her presentation in a move rivalry to be remembered for her resume, Quinn aggregates a gathering of (fairly cumbersome) mavericks to contend with their secondary school’s national bosses. Injected with generous portions of transitioning minutes, Work It likewise stars Keiynan Lonsdale, Michelle Buteau, and Naomi Snieckus. Helmed by previous move chief Jake Taylor (To All the Boys 2 star Jordan Fisher), the new move troupe is prepared to show their aptitudes – if no one but they can figure out how to move. Look at the full Work It trailer and banner beneath:

Netflix seems determined about stocking its inventory with unique content for the late spring. Notwithstanding Work It, the gushing assistance will dispatch Umbrella Academy season 2, Power Project, a superhuman spine chiller featuring Jamie Foxx, and experience parody film The Sleepover. Cushioned with snapshots of adolescent struggle, abnormal move outfits, and handy rivalry successions, the full trailer for Work It prods what could be next move rivalry pleasure of the late spring.