Netflix’s New Dance Comedy ‘Work It’ is Officially Streaming

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Spend your Friday night right by watching Work It on Netflix.

The new dance comedy film stars familiar faces such as Sabrina Carpenter (The Hate U Give), Liza Koshy (Liza on Demand), Jordan Fisher (To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You), Keiynan Lonsdale (The Flash), Drew Ray Tanner (Riverdale), and more. Alicia Keys is a producer of the Netflix film and Carpenter is also an executive producer. The film centers around Carpenter’s character, Quinn Ackerman, and her need to learn how to dance in order to get into the college of her dreams. To do this, she forms a ragtag group of dancers to perform in a dance competition.

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And if you find yourself feeling the urge to dance to your own beat after watching the film, Carpenter has the perfect song: “Let Me Move You.” The single is from the movie and is out now to stream, purchase, and, of course, dance to.

 

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LET ME MOVE YOU FROM @workitmovie IS OUT NOW @netflix wrote this w @stargatemusic @iamstephjones !

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Most importantly, fans think the film is a hit and the cast and crew’s hard work paid off. It is currently trending on Netflix.

 

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put our thing down ✔️ flip it ✔️ reverse it ✔️ watch work it now on @netflix ✔️

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If you want a look at what occurred behind the scenes, Carpenter posted an emotional and thankful caption with ten pictures of her during filming and with the cast.

 

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ok here’s the emo post now !! since work it is now out in the world, making this film was one hell of a summer for me in so many ways. i cannot describe the love and support that happened off screen for this movie to come to life on screen ! our entire crew was so dedicated and made it really easy to do our jobs. this CAST tho i could go on for days at how talented my little TBD’s and thunderbirds are. queen of our mothership miss director @lauraterruso i love you! thank you for believing i could be your Quinn even after u came to my show lol @aakomon you and your crew brought this film to LIFE! thank u for pushing us every day. king of choreo (and karaoke) and of course thank you @netflix @alloyentertainment ♥️ y’all created quite a family! here’s to working it again soon

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So grab some popcorn, your favorite candy, turn on Netflix, and start watching.