The Big Leap Axed
The American musical comedy television series, The Big Leap got a red flag from Fox to channel their second season. The drama debuted last year in September with 11 episodes airing in the Fox channel. It is based on the reality mini-series Big Ballet.
The first season ended in December after which the decision of the future of the show was kept on hold. Further, in this Spring, the second season of the show got cancelled by Fox.
Production And Casting
Liz Heldens is the creator of the show as well as the executive producer of the series. Along with him, Jason Winer and Sue Naegle are also the executive producer of the series.
The musical comedy series is starring Scott Foley, Simone Recasner, Ser’Darius Blain, Jon Rudnitsky, Raymond Cham Jr. Further, the series also starring Mallory Jensen, Kevin Daniels, Anna Grace Barlow, Adam Kaplan and few more.
After the completion of the first season, The Big Leap seemed to be a drama which revolves around the group of different characters. Further, all the character are trying out their luck by participating in a live-running reality dance show. They all are putting their efforts to change their lives into something good.
It is a show which takes all the viewers into a state of realisation of self-acceptance, positivity and empowerment.
Racesner’s Feeling Unquoted
Before the premier of the show, in an interview, Simone Racesner told Entertainment Weekly that the show means a lot to her. She felt overwhelmed, as she could never think of herself to perform such a character.
Further, she says that she had never imagined the TV network embracing her like this. She hopes that her character can make people feel empowered.