1. Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition
ABby’s Ultimate Dance Competition is a Lifetime reality show about a dance competition in the US. Twelve talented young dancers, both male and female, vie for the top spot and a prestigious dance scholarship in the series. In addition to host Kevin Manno, the judges for the show are Abby Lee Miller, Richy Jackson, and Robin Antin: Rachelle Rak replaced Robin Antin as a judge for Season 2 when it debuted on September 3rd, 2013.
A documentary-reality television series called Cheer Cheer (Netflix, 2020) is based on the life of an American cheerleader. During the course of a season, the show follows a Corsicana, Texas-based competitive cheerleading squad.
3. World of Dance
Jenna Dewan Tatum hosts the reality dance competition series World of Dance (NBC, 2017). Solo and group dancers from any style of dance compete for a $1 million grand prize in front of judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo, and Derek Hough.
4. Dancing Queen
It is a documentary reality television series that airs on Netflix (Dancing Queen, 2018). In addition to his dance career, Alyssa Edwards drag queen Justin Johnson also has a family and a love life to contend with.
5. Dance Moms: Miami
“Dance Moms: Miami” ran from April 3, 2012, to May 29, 2012. “Dance Moms” is a spin-off of this show.
6. The Next Step
The Next Step is a reality-styled teen drama from Canada. Frank van Keeken came up with the concept for the show. At The Next Step Dance Studio, a group of dancers are competing in a series of dance competitions. Family Channel aired it beginning in March of 2013. With 574,500 P2+ AMA viewers and more than one million P2+ viewers, the series premiere had the largest audience of any show on the network. Good Luck Charlie is only behind it in third place in the 7PM time slot and third in the day for its target audience, which makes it the No. 1 show of the week in that time slot. The Family Channel announced on April 9, 2013, that the show had been renewed for a second season.
7. Cheerleader Generation
Cheerleader Generation (Lifetime, 2019) is a documentary reality television series that airs in the United States. The show follows the head coach of Dunbar High School’s cheerleading team, Donna Martin, and her daughter, Ryan O’Connor, the head coach of Ole’ Miss, in the world of competitive cheerleading.
8. Baby Ballroom
British reality-TV series Baby Ballroom (Netflix, 2017) is about a dance school in Wolverhampton, England called the Zig Zag Dance Factory. Founded by Warren and Jane Bullock, two former ballroom dance champions, the show features a variety of couples that Warren and Jane teach at their dance school.
9. So Sharp
In 2017, Lifetime aired a reality television series called “So Sharp So Sharp.” University of Louisville Ladybirds dance team is the subject of a new reality show.
10. Bring It!
TV show “Bring it!” (Lifetime, 2014) is an American dance competition series. Competing against other dance groups in Mississippi is Coach Dianna “Miss D” Williams’ Dancing Dolls.
11. Lip Sync Battle Shorties
An American reality television show hosted by Nick Cannon and JoJo Siwa, Lip Sync Battle Shorties (Nickelodeon, 2017) is all about lip-syncing.
12. Disney Fam Jam
An American dance competition television series called Disney Fam Jam (Disney Channel, 2020) has been announced. A $10,000 grand prize is awarded to the family that receives the most audience votes, while the runner-up family receives $2,500.
13. Flirty Dancing
There is a new American reality series on Fox called Flirty Dancing (2019). On a blind date, strangers learn half of a dance routine and then dance together without saying a word.
14. Step Up
As a result of the film series, Holly Sorenson has developed and produced a web-series version of Step Up (YouTube, 2018). Two identical twins who relocate from Ohio to Atlanta to attend a performing arts school find themselves in a world where their every move is a test of their abilities. Starz renewed the show for a third season in 2020.
15. So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dance So You Think You Can Dance is the flagship series of the international So You Think You Can Dance television franchise and is an American televised dance competition show that airs on Fox in the United States. As of the end of this summer’s television season, the show had more than ten million viewers and was rated higher than any other program. With Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe’s help, SYTYCD was created by the American Idol producers to be produced by 19 Entertainment and Dick Clark Productions. Lauren Sánchez, a current American news anchor, hosted the first season of the show. Until the second season, the show has been hosted by Cat, a former British children’s television personality and one-time game show host.
16. Breaking Pointe
There is a reality television show called Breaking Pointe that premiered on The CW on May 31, 2012. Ballet West, a Salt Lake City-based ballet company, is the subject of this documentary. September 26, 2012 was the date that Breaking Pointe was renewed for a second season, which premiered July 22, 2013. It was announced on January 15, 2014, that Breaking Pointe had been canceled by the network.
17. Dancing with the Stars
On ABC and CTV in Canada, Dancing with the Stars is an American dance competition show that has been running since 2005. The American version of Strictly Come Dancing is featured on the show. The Emmy-winning hosts are Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, who joined the show as a co-host in season 18. Co-hosts: Lisa Canning, Samantha Harris, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Brooke Burke-Charvet In its twentieth season, the show is still going strong. A celebrity is paired with a professional dancer in each of the contestant pairs. Supermodels, actors, athletes, and more have all competed in the past. It’s Step It Up and Dance
Step It Up and Dance is an American reality television competition series in which contestants are supposed to “learn what it takes to succeed in the competitive dance industry”. Elizabeth Berkley serves as the show’s host, while Jerry Mitchell, a director and choreographer, mentors the 12 dancers selected from across the country. Vincent Paterson and Nancy O’Meara are the competition’s judges. On April 3, 2008, Bravo 9 aired the premiere of the show. Took a Chance on Dancing
18. Got to Dance
Sky 1’s Got to Dance, originally titled Just Dance, is a British dance competition that ran from December 20, 2009, to December 28, 2014, in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. “Dance Dome” auditions are open to all dance acts of any age, style, or size, but only amateurs are eligible. There are two judges on the show: Ashley Banjo and Kimberly Wyatt. Adam Garcia served as a judge in series 1 through 3, but was replaced in series 4 by Aston Merrygold. He announced his departure from the show on January 31st, 2014. In 2014, Garcia served as a judge for the fifth season of the show. Since the second series, the prize money has been £250,000.
Comedy-drama television series Bunheads Bunheads (ABC, 2012) was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and Lamar Damon and premiered in 2012. a Las Vegas showgirl (Sutton Foster) is forced to relocate to a mellow coastal town and work with her mother-in-law (Kelly Bishop) at her dance school when she marries.
20. Shake It Up
From November 7, 2010 to November 10, 2013, Shake It Up was an American sitcom that aired on Disney Channel in the United States. The show stars Bella Thorne and Zendaya as CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue, two background dancers on a local television show called Shake It Up Chicago. Their misadventures both on and off the set, as well as their struggles and rising social status at school, are also documented in this book. Another main cast member in the series is Roshon Fegan, Adam Irigoyen, Kenton Duty and Caroline Sunshine. Originally, Disney wanted to make a female buddy comedy with a dance component.
21. Strictly Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two
TV show Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two is a British television show that serves as the companion show to the popular BBC One series Strictly Come Dancing. It airs on BBC Two at 6:30 p.m. on weekdays during the main show’s run. It was originally hosted by Claudia Winkleman, but she had to step down due to her pregnancy in 2011, and since then former Strictly finalist Zoe Ball has hosted the show. The show was not aired on Thursday nights prior to 2010, when BBC Two Scotland aired local Gaelic language programming instead, though the show was carried as an alternative digital stream during the 2008 and 2009 series.
22. America’s Best Dance Crew
America’s Best Dance Crew, also known as ABDC, is an American reality television show that features dance crews from both the United States and around the world competing against each other. A former American Idol judge and singer, Randy Jackson, produced the show. On February 7, 2008, MTV aired the series premiere. For NBC it was called World Movements. In addition to Layla Kayleigh as a backstage correspondent, the show was hosted by Mario Lopez. Lil Mama, JC Chasez, and Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval were the three judges on the panel for this year’s competition. Shane Sparks, a hip hop choreographer and R&B singer, served as a former judge on the show.
23. Hit the Floor
Originally titled Bounce, the VH1 series Hit the Floor was created by James LaRosa and premiered in 2010. Ahsha, a girl who joins the Los Angeles Devil Girls NBA Cheerleading team, is unaware of the perilous and tempting world that awaits her. On May 27, 2013, it was released.
24. Strictly Come Dancing
TV show Strictly Come Dancing features celebrities and professional dancers competing in Ballroom and Latin dances on British television. Strictly Ballroom is a reference to the film Strictly Ballroom’s title, which suggests a continuation of the long-running series Come Dancing. A modern-dance spin-off, Strictly Dance Fever, has been created as a spin-off of the format. Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are the current hosts of the show, with Sir Bruce Forsyth returning to host special episodes. Originally aired on BBC One on May 15, 2004, the show has been running on Saturday evenings and Sunday nights since then.
25. Dancing Your Dance Your Ass Off
“Dance Your Ass Off” is a reality competition series hosted by Marissa Jaret Winokur in the first season, and then by Melanie Brown in season two. Competitors are paired with professional dancers in the hope of impressing the judges and the television audience. They are also hoping to shed a few pounds during the competition. In 2009, it premiered. The Biggest Loser’s Rob Huizenga serves as the doctor. The season premiere was watched by 4.3 million people, making it Oxygen’s most popular show ever.
26. illy Elliot
British dance drama Billy Elliot was written and directed by Lee Hall and Stephen Daldry in 2000. Actors Jamie Bell, Gary Lewis, Jamie Draven and Julie Walters star as Billy, an 11-year-old aspiring ballet dancer who is dealing with the negative stereotype of the male ballet dancer during the 1984-85 coal miners’ strike in north-eastern England. Melvin Burgess was hired in 2001 to write a novelization of Lee Hall’s screenplay for the film. Broadway and the West End premiered Billy Elliot in 2005, and the musical opened in Australia the following year.