CTV will not order new season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada

So You Think You Can Dance Canada has been cancelled. A CTV spokesman confirmed that the network will not be ordering a fifth season of the televised dance competition. At its height, Dance Canada – hosted by Leah Miller – was a ratings winner for CTV. Earlier this week, contemporary dancer Jordan Clark was crowned […]

So You Think You Can Dance Canada has been cancelled.

A CTV spokesman confirmed that the network will not be ordering a fifth season of the televised dance competition.

At its height, Dance Canada – hosted by Leah Miller – was a ratings winner for CTV.

Earlier this week, contemporary dancer Jordan Clark was crowned champion of the latest season.

Celebrity Dance Canada judges have included Mary Murphy, a regular on the U.S. version of the show, and Canadian ballet dancer Rex Harrington.

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