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J.Lo’s “World of Dance” cancelled at NBC after four seasons

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After being on air since May 2017, the dance competition series produced by Jenifer Lopez concluded its most recent season last August

“World of Dance” has been canceled after four seasons at NBC. The show produced and judged by Jennifer Lopez will stop its transmissions on NBC, although the Universal Television Alternative Studio — a division of Universal Studio Group — still owns its format, which has been adapted all over the world in countries like Thailand, the Philippines, and Poland.

The show was left out from the NBC’s recently released premiere dates for this summer. World of Dance puts individual and group dancers from a variety of genres and styles up against each other for the title of “Best Dancer in the World” and gives the winner a $1 million prize.

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Alongside Lopez, Derek Hough and NE-YO were judges in the competition. Jenna Dewan hosted the first and second seasons, and then Scott Evans stepped in for the third and fourth.

Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Matilda Zoltowski, Kris Curry, David Gonzalez and Matthew Everitt were also producers of the show.

The series was created as a partnership with the World of Dance enterprise, which produces dance competitions in more than 25 countries, spanning four continents.

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