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In the summer of 2005, the reality television show So You Think You Can Dance aired on the Fox network. The show's creators are the same team that brought American Idol to the television screens of millions of viewers.

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12 Seasons, 224 Episodes - Returning Series
So You Think You Can Dance
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So You Think You Can Dance Full Episode Guide

  • The auditions come from Memphis and Dallas.

  • In the eleventh season finale, America's favorite dancer is chosen.

  • The Top 4 dancers perform in front of a live audience.

  • The Top 6 dancers perform in front of a live audience. Who will be eliminated?

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FOX Summer 2012 Preview: 'So You Think You Can Dance' Scaled Back

Summer isn't exactly a television fanatic's golden time, but FOX has a few treats in store despite scaling back a returning hit. "So You Think You Can Dance" kicks off its ninth season with a two-hour Thursday May 24 premiere, but it's boldly going to a place many fellow prime time competitions don't, according to Deadline: one fewer night per week. Judge, creator and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe announced the news this past January that the "American Idol" for fancy footwork will eschew its weekly result show.

'So You Think You Can Dance': So Long, Results Show

It's the new year, and it looks like 2012 will already be bringing some big changes for "So You Think You Can Dance." Mostly because it's CANCELED! Okay, only part of it is canceled: the competition show will still be on the air, but Fox has decided that the ratings for the SYTYCD results show just aren't impressive enough to keep it going. So judge and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe sent out this tweet yesterday: #FOX have cancelled the results show so I will have to change the format of #SYTYCD.

Watch Lady Gaga Cry About 'So Think You Can Dance' Act

While Lady Gaga's 80's-business-woman/solider outfit was interesting on last night's "So You Think You Can Dance," it was her reaction to Marko Germar's stunning performance alongside dancer Alison Holker that has people talking today. Set to the gorgeous Jeff Buckley tune "I Know It's Over," the dance was designed to atone for a family past Germar wasn't especially proud of, and it brought Lady Gaga to the point of overflowing tears. She told Marko "I'm just so proud of you.

Lady Gaga Planning a Guest Judge Appearance on 'So You Think You Can Dance'

The Gagafication of all things pop culture continues: Lady Gaga has appeared on "American Idol," Weird Al parodied her, and "Glee" devoted an entire episode to all things Gaga. She maybe even taking over Japan under the alias Gagapanda. Her next stop, according to Nigel Lythgoe, is to guest judge on "So You Think You Can Dance." Yes, Our Lady of Holy Gaga will be making an appearance on Fox's hit dancing competition show to judge the remaining talent. While Gaga isn't necessarily known for her dancing skill, she definitely has a unique style and has shown some signature moves in her music videos and performances.

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