It’s not just a caddy question, it’s also the longest running television dance competition, not to mention, the most heart-pumping one. After all Soul Train never went this hard.
Open auditions take place in cities across the U.S., open to 18-30 year-olds who can, as a wise man once said, “get jiggy with it.” Dancers who manage to impress the scrutinous judges move onto the main stage where they must perform again, this time…for America. The beauty of it is the dance styles featured are as diverse as the country, featuring everything from classical to street and club styles, and even moves straight out of the world musical theater. Soft shoe has never been this hardcore.
The show’s 16th season features the return of ballroom dancing expert Mary Murphy, who joins the illustrious panel of choreographers including Beyonc’s own Laurieann Gibson, and show creator Nigel Lythgoe. Lythgoe, besides being the most British man alive, was also the dude who developed choreography for the Muppets.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch So You Think You Can Dance online for free.
So You Think You Can Dance judges
Season 16 will feature the return of Cat Deely who joins Luren Sanchez as the main presenters. Judges include Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Laurieann Gibson, and Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval.
When does So You Think You Can Dance season 16 air?
So You Think You Can Dance season 16 premiered on Monday, June 3 at 9pm ET. New episodes air Mondays at 9pm ET.
What channel is So You Think You Can Dance on?
So You Think You Can Dance airs on Fox.
How to watch So You Think You Can Dance for free
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How to watch So You Think You Can Dance episodes
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