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SYTYCD (So You Think You Can Dance) -- Season 16 Thread (06/03/19)

Old 06-04-19, 08:54 PM
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SYTYCD (So You Think You Can Dance) -- Season 16 Thread (06/03/19)



So You Think You Can Dance (Mondays, 9/8c)
Host Cat Deeley returns for the 16th season of the dance competition series that spotlights highly skilled dancers between the ages of 18 and 30 who compete in various dance styles to secure their place in the "SYTYCD" studio. Each week, contestants compete for America's votes and are eliminated until a winner is named on the season finale. Joining Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy at the judging table for auditions and the Academy rounds are Laurieann Gibson, Lady Gaga's longtime choreographer and creative director, and "So You Think You Can Dance" alum Dominic "D-Trix" Sandoval.
This season they have a new audition process (where everyone comes to LA) and a new stage (with a 120-camera Bullet-Time camera set up).



The first episode was great!... and tied the ratings of the Season 15 premiere.
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Re: SYTYCD (So You Think You Can Dance) -- Season 16 Thread (06/03/19)

If you missed the show, they are putting almost all of the audition on their YouTube Channel.

Here are two standout auditions from the first episode (06/043/2019):

Dezi Saenz Performs To "Thinking"


Sarah "Smac" McCreanor Performs To "Boogie Wonderland"
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Re: SYTYCD (So You Think You Can Dance) -- Season 16 Thread (06/03/19)

They've definitely changed the look of the show and I wonder if that's been influenced by NBC's "World of Dance", which is a flashier, more expensive-looking show. Rather than the more threadbare look of dancers showing up at an audition hall that they've used for so many years, the opening episode looked more like a "performance" episode. I'm also hoping the changes include getting rid of the bad and/or "joke" auditions. We'll see... but the first episode was great.
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