While Warren mentors four young dancers at a competition, his daughters Alicia and India struggle to stay in step with their partners.
A couple leaps into juniors competition. Young rivals battle it out in the ballroom. Warren asks an acting coach to help students emote.
Feeling the pressure, Warren strives to prepare his dancers for a big show. Jack and Emily get a pleasant surprise. Max and Livi switch things up.
Tension is in the air when Ollie and Mollie take on their rivals -- Jamie and Paris -- at a prestigious under-16 competition.
Warren gives the know-it-all parents a surprise lesson. Jamie and Paris visit a primary school in hopes of recruiting more dancers.
As the season's final competition looms, Warren offers his students unconventional training. The ballroom world is shocked by a couple's split.
Warren and Jane plan a big Christmas party for their students. The dancers face off in a friendly competition to determine the best teacher.
Max, 10, and his 11-year-old partner Olivia show off their skills on the dance floor and engage in a bit of good-natured verbal jousting.
Top teen dancers Mia and Andrei open up about how they came to be partners, the sacrifices they've made, and the familial support they've received.
Junior dancers and Zig Zag students Jamie and Mia perform in front of Jamie's friends, most of whom had no idea their classmate could boogie.
Always on the lookout for young talent, Zig Zag coaches Warren and Jane take a new generation of aspiring dancers under their wings.
Warren and Jane's triplet daughters exhibit differing levels of interest when it comes to taking over the family business.
A top ballerina visits Zig Zag, Max and Olivia get gussied up, and the judges throw the dancers for a loop at the Staffordshire Open.
Mia and Mia's excitement over makeovers proves to be short-lived. Meanwhile, Warren pushes his exhaustion aside to work with a new batch of dancers.
As the dance season comes to a close, Warren pulls out all the stops with a spectacular and suspenseful awards night for his students.