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  • Dance Dance Revolution Becomes CBS Show
    Monday, May 15, 2006
    I'm serious. According to TVSquad, CBS has picked up Dance Dance Revolution as a show for their "Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party" block, which is Michael Jackson's favorite period of television. Can someone tell me how the hell this will work?
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    6 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous Donald Pedersen said…

      Here's my thought of how they will do it; I think it's going to be a game show for the teens and it might be two contestants dancing on the dance pads to accumulate the higest score after three rounds. The dancer with the most points wins a cash prize or just prizes. I think it might be a hit. Hell, I been wanting to be the host of a Mario Party game show where you can turn stars and coins into big bucks.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David [KP] said…

      I'm not surprised someone's doing it. I'm positively astounded it's the eye doing it. I'd have had this one down as a low-budget cable cult hit.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Laurie said…

      I heard DiC Entertainment was working on this, just under the working title 'Dance, Dance Dance.' Maybe they got sponsorship from DDR to use their name.

      DANCE, DANCE, DANCE! (working title), E/I, TVY 7, is designed to teach contestants a variety of styles of dance, the cultural inspiration for the various dance styles and encourage home viewers to get up out of their seats to dance along. A pop music act will also perform a fresh new song each week.

      From this site:
      http://www.dicentertainment.com/press/details.php?93

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous CosmicJester said…

      From what I've heard, it's going to be a dance contest between groups of kids, no dance pad involved. Someone made a good move getting licensing for the DDR name on the show, it will give instant recognition to what sounds like a very generic kids' dance talent show.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Craig Karlberg said…

      Here'a how I'd work DDR as a TV show:

      2 pairs of teens compete to play for cool prizes. There will be 3 rounds in a best-of-3 match.

      Round 1 is your typical highest score round.

      Round 2 plays just like the first except whoever executes the most perfect moves wins that round. If one team wins 2 rounds, a 3rd isn'r needed but, id it's 1-1:

      Round 3 is a Freestyle Showdown Round. This requires one menber from each team. This is alao a judged round where a panel of experts judge originality, execution & synchronicity. High score wins.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous David [KP] said…

      Craig's format sounds very sensible. The best-of-three-different-rounds is so Extreme Dodgeball it hurts, granted, but it still seems a good idea.

      Having it as a teen show with prizes to fit (probably plenty of gadgets, and perhaps an actual arcade machine for the winners?) would make good business sense, much as I hate to admit it.

       
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