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So You Think You Can Dance has been one of the many shows affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with its summer 2020 season canceled just weeks before it was phối to begin. While the Fox show was expected to return in summer 2021, but a new report has it that the show is still on hiatus, putting its future in jeopardy.

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In June 20đôi mươi, Fox released a statement reading: "Production on Season 17 of SYTYCD will not be moving forward due lớn health and governmental restrictions in response lớn the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, while we were looking forward khổng lồ its return this summer, we cannot meet the standards we"ve set for viewers and contestants in light of the show"s unique format, intricate production schedule, và limited time."

Though the show was canceled for summer 20đôi mươi, shows lượt thích Dancing With the Stars were able lớn go ahead in 20đôi mươi, và Fox did manage to put out another dancing show, Masked Singer spin-off The Masked Dancer, leading lớn some hope that the show could return.

However, per TVLine, the show"s producers 19 Entertainment và Diông chồng Clark Productions are "not moving forward" with Season 17 at the present has independently verified that claim.


"So You Think You Can Dance" was canceled for 20đôi mươi – and reports have it that the Fox show will also not return in 2021.FoxThe Cat Deeley-hosted show, however, has not been completely canceled, with the site reporting that the show could return at some point.

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One difficulty that SYTYCD has that these other shows bởi not, however, is that they have a public audition process—something nearly impossible lớn vị in person under current guidelines.

Deeley herself, however, returned khổng lồ the U.K. in 2020, 14 years after leaving her native sầu country for Los Angeles—perhaps a sign that she did not expect to have to lớn return for hosting duties any time soon.

In September 20đôi mươi, the presenter revealed that she moved back to the U.K. over fears about gun violence in the U.S. She told You magazine that the move sầu happened after her husb&, comedian Patriông chồng Kielty, và one of their sons were caught in an attachồng at a shopping mall.

"They shut down the centre," the presenter said. "I got a Call from Paddy, saying, "They"re taking us out through the fire exits but nobody can get to lớn their oto. If we walk khổng lồ a junction, can you come & get us? He wanted khổng lồ keep Milo calm, so I didn"t understand the enormity of what was happening. As I was driving I began khổng lồ see helicopters, news vans, firemen và Swat squads."

So You Think You Can Dance judge Mary Murphy told The San Diego Union Tribune: "In early February, we were given the green light. We were all excited...We tried everything khổng lồ change the show"s format to lớn make it work."

Murphy"s comment implies that is SYTYCD were phối to lớn air in 2021, it would have sầu already been given the greenlight. News of the Season 17 renewal, for example, was published on February trăng tròn, 20trăng tròn, which suggests that if the show is returning to screens this year, fans will hear about it soon.