So You Think You Can Dance is an American reality TV dance competition program broadcast on Fox, USA, and is the symbolic series of the international television franchise So You Think You Can Dance. The series was created by American Idol producers Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe and produced by 19 Entertainment and Dick Clark Productions. The series premiered to over 10 million viewers on July 20, 2005, and ended the summer season with the highest-grossing TV show. American journalist Lauren Sanchez hosted the first season. From the second season, the film was hosted by former British children’s television broadcaster and member of the game distribution, Kat Deeley.
Why was it Paused for so long?
Season 17 of So You Think You Can Dance is finally here again. As Cat Deeley has always suggested, it’s been three years since the 16th season of the hit American reality show on Fox, but the big gap between these seasons was not part of the plan. The continuation was postponed to June 2020 due to COVID-19. The Hollywood Reporter said the audition for the latest round, open to dancers between 18 and 30, began this month.
What about the judges?
It’s hard to say how frustrated Nigel Lythgoe was with his tweet, but it’s clear that Lythgoe was a little upset with Fox’s choice. However, after opening on June 17, 2020, Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, and Lorraine Gibson were the three members of the development jury, and Kat Deeley was the host. Fox’s renewal announcement did not specify who will be on the panel this season. Press release promising to return in 2022
What can we see in season 17?
Next season, the most talented dancers, between 18 and 30 years old, sing in different dance styles, including modern, plate, hip-hop, several rooms, animations, brakes, and more. Those who were chosen to enter the SyTYCD studio in collaboration with the world dancers, competing weekly in a different style and introducing a new turn for competitions. “So, you think you will dance,” we all know the dance race and love it if there are no cruel clothes like another fax contest.
Nigel Lythgoe, Jeff Tucker, Rosie Seitzik, Eli Holtzman, and Aaron Seidman produced the project for 19 Entertainment and MRC on behalf of Industrial Media. Cat Deeley is the host of the show. The show You Think You Can Dance has 71 Emmy awards. Nominations during its 16 seasons, winning 17 for Outstanding Design, Beautiful Costumes, and Stunning Lighting Design. Additionally, “So You Think You Can Dance” is available on Fox Tubi, Fox Now, Hulu, and On Demand.