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'So You Think You Can Dance' to replace 'Agent Raghav' on weekends from 24 April

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MUMBAI: The Indian adaptation of the American TV reality series So You Think You Can Dance(SYTYCD) is all set make a debut on Indian small screens through &TV. The one hour show will launch on Sunday 24 April at 8.30 pm. SYTYCD will be a weekend show airing on Saturday andSunday.  

The channel has roped in Chings’ Secret and Yepme.com as co-powered by sponsors and Priyagold as special partner for the show.

As earlier reported by Indiantelevision.com, Zee Entertainment Enterprises’ Hindi GEC &TV has acquired the rights of the global dance reality format SYTYCD from Dick Clark Productions. The show will be judged by Bollywood dancing diva Madhuri Dixit, choreographer Terrence Lewis and Bosco–Caesar. Endemol Shine India will produce the India edition.

&TV’s new offering SYTYCD will be replacing its crime fiction show Agent Raghav which was launched on 5 September,2015. Produced by Abhimanyu Singh’s Contiloe Entertainment, Agent Raghav was a finite series and completed 60 episodes on 10 April, 2016. Agent Raghav has received an Indian Telly Award for the ‘Best Thriller and Horror Show’ and was nominated for ‘Best Weekend Show’.

On the weekend time slot SYTYCD has been pitched against Sony’s Suryaputra Karn at 8.30 pmand The Kapil Sharma Show at 9 pm which is launching on 23 April. The other shows on at the same time are Star Plus’ Silsila Pyar Kya at 8.30 pm and Diya Aur Baati Hum at 9pm, while Sab TV has Sahib Biwi Aur Boss at 8.30 pm and Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma at 9pm. Life OK  has a prime time show Comedy Classes and Supercops Vs Super villians..Shapath, while Zee TV’s Jamai Raja and Kumkum Bhagya air at the 8.30 and 9 pm time bands.

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