For SYTYCD 17, last year’s panel of judges, except Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval, is returning, as is host Cat Deeley.
So You Think You Can Dance
Fox's long-running summer dance reality competition.
Along with new judges, SYTYCD introduced a new set and a Matrix-y new way to watch the show’s impressive dancers.
Low-rated Paradise Hotel will only have three more episodes, while So You Think You Can Dance has replaced Vanessa Hudgens and Stephen “tWitch” Boss with two new judges.
SYTYCD is coming back, and will air summer 2019 on Fox. Auditions begin soon.
RuPaul’s Drag Race season six contestant Laganja Estranja auditioned on SYTYCD, and Nigel Lythgoe didn’t freak out.
There’s no mention of all-stars in Fox’s season 15 announcement.
Will there be a So You Think You Can Dance season 15? Will the show escape cancellation once again? A sort-of answer from a Fox executive.
Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance is back to being an exceptional competition: the show with the greatest density of talent on any of the big four networks.
SYTYCD opened the academy round with an exceptional routine choreographed by Mandy Moore and featuring all contestants in a spectacular location. Watch it.
SYTYCD 14’s reboot will include the return of Mary Murphy, who wasn’t on the last two seasons, having been replaced by Paula Abdul.
Fox has renewed So You Think You Can Dance, saving it from cancellation and also discarding last season’s casting twist, though it retains the same format.
So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation mentor Joshua Allen didn’t appear on Monday’s episode. Today, he was charged with several felonies.
Fox has finally renewed the in-limbo So You Think You Can Dance, but there will be a major change to the show’s format: kid contestants.
Fox has not yet decided whether or not to bring So You Think You Can Dance back, but its executives, Dana Walden and Gary Newman, said this morning they hope to have season 13 on Fox this summer.
This clip, from last night’s So You Think You Can Dance, is just one minute and 36 seconds long, but you may wish it was one hour and 36 minutes long. Hailee Payne and Virgil Gadson’s routine, choreographed by Pharside… continue reading