Recently renewed for its 14th season, Dance has been a part of American television for decades, but it was So You Think You Can Dance that first recognized its potential to be the driving force of a blockbuster show and to set it in a competitive framework with a voting audience.

Since its premiere in 2005 to over 10 million viewers, "So You Think You Can Dance" has continued to be one of the most popular shows on television. It has taken the top spot in its time slots, won Emmys every year since 2007, and become a social media phenomenon, generating over 70 million user votes per season and the second-most number of followers on Facebook and Twitter.

The format for "So You Think You Can Dance" has been licensed internationally to over 24 different countries, a testament of the show's universal appeal and cross-cultural impact.