A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The judges offer the contestants many positive comments, no matter what type or shape of dancer they are.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some moves can be a little suggestive. Lots of wriggling, and one contestant grabbed his crotch.
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Dancers perform to well-known pop songs, from "Proud Mary" to "Beat It."
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that some of the dance moves performed in this generally family-friendly competition series can be a little suggestive. For example, one of the competitors grabs his crotch while imitating Michael Jackson, and another delivers a lot of hip action. But the vast majority of the action is pretty tame compared to most music videos these days, and the judges are generally more positive than on other dance-themed reality shows.
Is It Any Good?
While the show has more going for it than not, the final effect is a tad flat. The contestants are mostly good dancers and fun to watch. And parents can join their kids in dancing along. But ultimately, there's not much new here. We've seen the three judges thing. We know the music. The format doesn't leave a lot of room for more creative challenges. It's just a question of whether or not watching enthusiastic strangers busting their moves is sufficiently diverting -- sometimes, it can be, but not always.
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