Premieres March 1, 2020 on Family Channel
Talented young gymnast, Jenny Cortez, moves to a new city when her family gets the opportunity to run their own gymnastics club. With new friends and an intimidating new school, Jenny looks to persevere and become the gymnastics legend she was born to be.
The Cortez family take a big leap and move from Miami to Toronto to open a new gymnastics club.
Jenny tries to earn a spot on the school gymnastics team, but there’s no way Olivia will let that happen.
Jenny’s new best friends, Rachel and Keisha, prepare a song and dance performance for the grand opening of Cortez Gymnastics. The big day becomes complicated when Jenny gets a surprise visit from her school’s gymnastics coach, Miss Allister.
Gus invites a reporter to write a magazine article about Cortez Gymnastics, but, when the reporter arrives, he turns out to be one of Gus’s old gymnastics rivals. The Cortez clan must convince the reporter not to write a negative article
Leonidas Castrounis is a 13-year-old Toronto-born actor. He lives just outside Toronto with his twin brother, his older brother, his parents, and his pet Chihuahua, Lola. He is of Greek descent, speaks the language fluently and visits Greece and Ibiza, Spain every summer with his family. He also enjoys learning to speak French at school. In his spare time, Leonidas loves to travel, play soccer, basketball, drive go-karts, snorkel and swim.View Full Size Image
Luca Assad is a Canadian gymnast, model and actor born in Calgary, Alberta. Though Luca was born in Canada, her family is of Jamaican and Trinidadian descent. She began her gymnastics career at the age of two and is now a level 8 gymnast who also enjoys playing volleyball and badminton and running cross country and track and field. Luca began modelling and acting at the age of four. Throughout the years, Luca has enjoyed television and film roles in The Adventures of Napkin Man, Momsters Playground, and Papa.View Full Size Image
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Parker Lauzon is a Canadian actor born in Hamilton, Ontario and started acting at the age of four. When he is not on set, you can find him out enjoying nature, writing and composing music. If you ask him how he got into acting – which everyone does – his answer would be “my brother was an actor, so I thought I would give it a try.”View Full Size Image
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