Following tonight’s finale on NBC, will a World of Dance season 3 renewal happen on NBC?
Let’s kick off this particular article with some good news: You are going to be getting more of the show in the future! Earlier this spring the network gave the talent competition an early green light, which is a rather-nice way of signaling that they believe in the concept. This is a show that does have a way of ushering in some great talent, and beyond that finding a way to entertain in the process.
To date, season 2 of World of Dance averaged in total a 1.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic — while this does mark a pretty substantial drop from season 1, that’s also probably something that NBC saw coming. They were aware of the fact that the numbers would probably go down once they separated this show from its lead-in of America’s Got Talent, so we don’t think that they’ve spent a whole lot of time worrying themselves over the decline. This is still very good for a summer TV show and better than the vast majority of other series that are out there.
The thing that World of Dance does need to continue working on is making sure that the format sustains itself rather well and it continues to cast strong, unique dancers. There can be at times diminishing returns for talent-based competitions once you get past the first couple of years. It’s even harder with a show like this since there are only so many strong dance acts out there and, because of that, you end up seeing a number of repeat contenders that you tend to see on other shows. It’s the same issue that America’s Got Talent is going through so you have to find a way to keep things perpetually fresh … even when it’s not all that easy.
Odds are, you will see World of Dance season 3 back on NBC in late May / early June. We’ll know for sure next spring.
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