DVD BOX SETS SO, YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD

Title: SO, YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD
Description: SO, YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - THE COMPLETE TV SERIES ON DVD
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From FOX, the creators of American Idol and the producers of American Bandstand and The American Music Awards comes So You Think You Can Dance. In its sophomore season, this show is offering the winner a one year contract for Celine Dion's Vegas show, a brand new car and $100K cash. Contestants perform a particular style of dance each week with a partner. The audience votes on their favorite couple leaving the 3 couples with the least votes up for elimination. After each dancer performs a solo of their choice for the judges, one male and one female contestant are up for elimination.

What an amazing DVD Set for the So, You Think You Can Dance Fan!

All 128 Uncut Episodes - 6 Seasons on 30 DVDS

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • This box set contains all 30 DVDs with Custom Artwork.
  • These DVDs are region free so they will play on any DVD player Worldwide and DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide.

 

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So, You Think You Can Dance is a reality television series where contestants engage in dance competitions, in a knockout format. In each episode of So, You Think You Can Dance, dances are eliminated until just four are left, for the season finale. Each season finale of So, You Think You Can Dance consists of the four remaining contestants being grouped in various ways to better showcase their dancing talents.

So, You Think You Can Dance is the brainchild of one of American Idol's producers, and its success was almost assured from hte start. The format was similar to its venerable big brother of reality television as well. So, You Think You Can Dance consists of a large variety of dance styles, including (but not limited to) hip hop, salsa, jazz, ballet, and tap, With such a diverse selection of dance styles on show, it is small wonder that So, You Think You Can Dance has been a huge hit with American television audiences. Introduced in 2005, So You Think You Can Dance has run for 8 seasons and 119 episodes so far, with its popularity culminating in 2006, ranking top in the target age group of television audiences.

In recent seasons, So You Think You Can Dance's popularity has started to wane, with competing reality television shows such as 'America's Got Talent' cannibalising its target audience. In response, the producers of So You Think You Can Dance have replaced the judges and made other less significant moves, but so far to no avail. It is suggested that So You Think You Can Dance needs further changes and spice to make it more attractive to television audiences in the face of competition from well-made competitors in the same primetime television slots. The producers have also introduced online voting for So You Think You Can Dance, in their attempt to make it easier for viewers to vote, and to be more involved in the process. It remains to be seen, however, whether So You Think You Can Dance can regain its former, 2005-2006 glories - however, these past seasons still make for great viewing.

At the peak of its popularity, So You Think You Can Dance kept more than 10 million viewers glued to their seats in 2006. The winner of this second season of So You Think You Can Dance was Benji Schwimmer, who walked away with the grand prize of $100,000 in cash and other prizes on top of this.

The filming locations for So, You Think You can Dance has varied across the years. Locations such as Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, CBS Studio Centre, and the Kodak Theater have all played host to various episodes of So, You Think You Can Dance through the years. The prize money for each season of So, You Think You can Dance has also increased through the years, from $100,000 in the pilot season, to $250,000 in Season 7. In the eight seasons of So, You Think You Can Dance to date, there have been 4 female winners and 4 male winners, showing the lack of bias on the part of the judges.

The overwhelming popularity of So, You Think You can Dance in the US has inspired localizations of this series in 20 countries. The latest season of So, You Think You Can Dance ended in May 2011, and was won by Melanie Moore. The list of winners of So, You Think You Can Dance's 8 seasons so far (in reverse chronological order) are Melanie Moore, Lauren Froderman, Russell Ferguson, Jeanine Mason, Joshua Allen, Sabrina Johnson, Benjamin Schwimmer, and Nick Lazzarini.

Whether you are a dancing aficionado, or simply a couch potato wanting some good entertainment, So You Think You Can Dance will fit the bill. Each episode is filled with dramatic ups and down, and not forgetting the top-notch dance routines as well. With such a diverse array of dancing styles on show, there is certainly something for everyone to enjoy in So, You Think You Can Dance. Today, all the seasons of So, You Think You Can Dance to date are available in one complete DVD set, allowing you to relive the technique and skill of each dancer to have ever graced the stage of So, You Think You Can Dance, as well as the climactic drama of every season of the series. Get yours now!

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