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In this competition series, ten dancers are selected from thousands of auditioners to compete in the final challenge on international TV. An all-dance version of competition shows like America's Got Talent and American Idol, the series is hosted by Cat Deeley. It airs on the FOX network.

Monday 8:00 PM et/pt on FOX
16 Seasons, 297 Episodes
July 20, 2005
Reality
6.8/10
Cast: Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley, Mark Thompson, Mary Murphy
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  • After incredible auditions in New York and Los Angeles, grueling call-back rounds at The Academy and weeks of inspired studio performances, the nation will finally decide who joins the ranks of America's Favorite Dancers. One last time, the final four dancers show the judges and the country what they've got before the winner is crowned.

  • With only the best of the best remaining in the competition, the dancers show America why they belong in the Top Four. The dancers continue to bring incredible performances during a week without eliminations.

  • After the Top Six competed for the nation's vote, two dancers must head home.

  • After the Top 10 compete for the nation's votes, two dancers must head home. Find out who will make it into the Top Eight and stay in the running to become America's Favorite Dancer .

  • After making it through the auditions, the cutthroat Academy rounds and the final cuts, the finalists perform for the first time on the SYTYCD stage. The best of the best will dance in hopes of impressing the judges and America.

  • After making it through the grueling Academy rounds, the Top Ten men will take the stage, each partnered with an All-Star girl, for a choreographed duet, outside their own style. The Top Ten men compete to move on in the competition and get one step closer to becoming America's Favorite Dancer.

  • After making it through the grueling Academy rounds, the Top Ten women will take the stage, each partnered with an All-Star guy, for a choreographed duet, outside their own style. The Top Ten women compete to move on in the competition and one step closer to becoming America's Favorite Dancer.

  • "The Academy" callbacks continue at the Dolby Theatre, as the talented dancers are challenged to learn and perform multiple styles of dance and vie for a spot in the Top 10. Find out who continues to move forward during the all-new "Academy Part 2" episode of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE.

  • After seeing the best of the best from around the country, the judges are ready to see who can take it to the next level. The first round of "The Academy" callbacks begins at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, as the talented dancers vie for a spot in the Top 10.

  • The auditions come to a close on the new stage in Los Angeles, as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the Academy and to the SYTYCD studio.

  • The auditions continue on the brand new stage in Los Angeles, as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation.

  • The auditions continue in Los Angeles, as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the SYTYCD studio.

  • The auditions continue in Los Angeles, as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the SYTYCD studio.

  • The first round of auditions begins on the 16th season of the hit dance competition series SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, as highly-skilled dancers between the ages of 18 and 30 showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking and more. Those who are selected to move on to the SYTYCD studio will work with world-renowned choreographers and compete each week for America's votes in a variety of styles. Contestants will be eliminated weekly until a winner is named on the season finale. Joining Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy at the judging table for auditions are Laurieann Gibson, Lady Gaga's longtime choreographer and creative director, and SYTYCD alum Dominic "D-Trix" Sandoval.

  • After incredible auditions in New York and Los Angeles, grueling call-back rounds at The Academy and weeks of inspired live performances, the nation will finally decide who joins the ranks of America's Favorite Dancers. The final four dancers show the judges and the country what they've got one last time before the winner is crowned.

  • With only the best of the best remaining in the competition, the dancers show America why they belong in the Final Four. The dancers continue to bring incredible performances in a week without eliminations.

  • After the Top 6 competed for the nation's vote, two dancers must head home.

  • After the Top 10 compete for the nation's votes, two dancers must head home. Find out who will make it into the Top Eight and stay in the running to become America's Favorite Dancer.

  • After making it through the auditions, the cutthroat Academy rounds and the final cuts, the finalists get to perform LIVE for the first time on the SYTYCD stage. The best of the best will dance in hopes of impressing the judges and America.

  • After getting to see the Top 10 women show off their skills last week, the Top Ten men now take the stage, each partnered with an All-Star girl, for a choreographed duet, outside their own style, and have the chance to prove to the judges and America why they should move on in the competition and one step closer to becoming America's Favorite Dancer.

  • After making it through the cutthroat Academy rounds, the Top Ten women will take the stage, each partnered with an All-Star guy, for a choreographed duet, outside their own style. The Top Ten women compete to move on in the competition and one step closer to becoming America's Favorite Dancer.

  • "The Academy" continues as the dancers do their best to prove that they have what it takes to become America's Favorite Dancer.

  • After seeing the best of the best from around the country, the judges are ready to see who can take it to the next level. The first round of "The Academy" callbacks begins at the Dolby Theatre, as the talented dancers vie for a spot in the Top 20.

  • The auditions continue in New York as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation, before The Academy callbacks begin. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the SYTYCD studio, as the auditions continue.

  • Following an impressive round of Los Angeles auditions, the judges make their way to New York with hopes of finding even more exceptional talent. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the SYTYCD studio, as the auditions continue.

  • The auditions continue in Los Angeles, as the judges search for the best dancers in the nation. Find out which dancers have what it takes to move on to the SYTYCD studio.

  • The Season 15 premiere. The first round of auditions begin as highly-skilled dancers between the ages of 18 and 30 showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, and breaking.

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The fan favorite from season 2 will return to series for season 14.

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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: 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

Say buh-bye to the "So You Think You Can Dance" results show: Fox has pulled the plug in favor of other programming, meaning the reality competition will have to change format in order to conduct business as usual. Find out more about the changes right here.

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