Take That did it and The Spice Girls tried it. Now 90's sensation Steps are planning on breaking into the pop charts again. And Sky Living will be with them all the way. Originally formed in 1997, Steps sold over 15 million records worldwide before they disbanded four and a half years later. Now successful artists in their own right, this four-part series will document their journey, from their lives as individuals to whether there is any possibility that they might relaunch the band and make it in the ever-competitive music industry. But should the idea of a reunion be Better Best Forgotten, or will the unresolved issues from the past turn this into a Tragedy? All five original members of the band, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, Ian 'H' Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans, will be taking part in the series.

Steps Reunion - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-09-28

Steps Reunion - Gold: Greatest Hits (Steps album) - Netflix

Gold: Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album released by pop group Steps. It reached number one on the UK charts. The lead single from the album was “Chain Reaction” a cover of Diana Ross's 1986 hit, the single reached number 2 in the UK charts and was the group's highest selling single since “Say You'll Be Mine/Better The Devil You Know”. The second single from the album, “Words Are Not Enough”, a slow ballad was released with a cover of “I Know Him So Well” from Abbamania. The single was notably Steps' first single to have an accompanying video that was almost fully animated and did not feature a dance routine like their video for “Heartbeat”. The single reached number 5 in the UK charts and was their lowest-selling single to date. A release for “Baby Don't Dance” was planned for 2002 but was scrapped due to the group's split although promotional copies surfaced before the release of The Last Dance.

Steps Reunion - Year-end charts - Netflix

Steps Reunion - References - Netflix