Get ready to pick up on some dance moves from monsters on the newest dance competition series on Netflix, Dance Monsters. It stars singer/dancer Ne-Yo, social media star Lele Pons, and the UK’s top street dancer Ashley Banjo. Additionally, you get to have beautiful and talented Ashley Roberts of the Pussycat Dolls as the host. It premieres on the streaming service this December 16.
This series has a shocking twist. In Dance Monsters, novice dancers wear motion capture equipment and perform on stage for judges as CGI avatars. Whoever wins the competition gets $250,000.
The stakes are higher than ever for these terrifying and whimsical monsters with a renowned composer, choreographer, and web performer keeping score. Get a glimpse of the series in its first look clip.
About Dance Monsters TV Show
No need to check for monsters under your bed –– they’re too busy busting moves onstage. You’ve seen Hollywood stars learn to tango, and young dancers (and their moms) vying for a spot at the top of the pyramid. Now, a different group of amateur dancers will take center stage and get a second shot at their dream.
In the upcoming feel-good series, contestants are disguised as CGI avatars and must bring their best moves in order to win $250,000. Can these freaky creatures trade in their scare for a score high enough to take home the cash prize? It’s all up to the judges.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.