It's the fin-ah-lee! A guy and girl win, the president speaks, and... Nigel and Mary hip hop?!
Amy, Jasmine, Aaron, and Fik-Shun dance for your votes in the season 10 performance finale; Paula Abdul and Gabby Douglas guest-judge
Guest judge Jesse Tyler Ferguson nearly has a panic attack because he loves everyone so much; two of the Top 6 shuffle home
The All-Stars choreograph and partner the Top 8; finalists name their biggest inspirations; most everybody cries
The All-Stars return to partner the Top 10; a guy-on-guy duet about second chances brings on the tears
A fabulous night of Top 12 performances (aggggh, that hip hop!) ends in tears. It's your Top 10 of Season 10!
The Top 14 fling each other around the floor for your votes; guest judge Anna Kendrick suggests that two of them make a baby
Two more depart the Top 16; Carly Rae Jepsen sort of guest-judges
Two of the Top 18 must dance/hobble away; Paula Abdul and Erin Andrews guest-judge
A new top-of-the-show elimination format casts a weird and sad pallor on the rest of the dances. Fun!
The Top 20 dance for votes, 'power couples' are declared, and a Nigel comment makes us cringe
Crushed dreams, the Cat's pajamas, and hot bodies jerking around to a Bjork song. I love this show!
Vegas week takes contestants through six grueling elimination rounds, narrowing the count from 159 dancers to 33
The solo auditions come to an end in Memphis, where everyone bring the spunk, but no one is actually from Memphis
The auditions move to Boston where familiar faces, brotherly love, and lots of ballroom dancers take over
Season 10 auditions head to L.A. and Austin, where bones break, families unite, and 4 year-olds take over
The show heads to Detroit for the first time, where tWitch joins the judges panel and the coaches learn all about jitting and exotic dancing
Pole dancing, Nutcracking and cryptic remarks from Uncle Nigel make for a buzz-worthy performance finale
Dreamy Jesse Tyler Ferguson is along for the ride; On the scene for the top 8!
All-stars return to the scene for dancing and praise; strong performances abound; two more are sent home
Dancers perform classic Mia Michaels routines; four are sent packing. Your Top 10, Ameriker!
A few routines smolder while others fizzle out; two more dancers depart
Four performers head home; alums return; judges kiss
Season 9's live shows kick off with a ridiculous number of memorable routines
The dancers perform in their own styles to introduce themselves to Ameriker
Stretchers and tears featured prominently in the rigorous 4-day callback
The Salt Lake City auditions add some strong ballroom and contemporary dancers to the competition
Debbie Allen joins the panel to judge the 'Fame'-seekers at the Atlanta auditions
The Los Angeles auditions are a real circus show; Jesse Tyler Ferguson guest judges
The B-boy, the Gentleman, the Warrior Princess, and the Sweetheart left it all on the floor. In the end, America's Favorite Dancer was Melanie Moore
An overworked final four try to make the most of some of the least successful routines in SYTYCD history.
The finalists were named...and were exactly who you expected
Melanie and Sasha continue to battle for dominance in a special on-the-scene recap of Top 6 performance night.
Two divisive performers took their final bows, Mark made his Gaga-tastic return to the SYTYCD stage, and LXD blew the roof off
Lady Gaga and Rob Marshall prove both astute and annoying as guest judges, as three dancers solidify their spots in the finale
Snoop Dogg rapped for about 10 seconds, next week's all-stars were announced, and injustice was served
Neil Patrick Harris wasn't the only one who wowed the judges in this long-awaited display of the dancers' real talents
A judges' favorite makes her inglorious (and Lycra-clad) exit as we learn the names of this season's All-Stars
On their last night together as couples, the Top 12 struggle when tasked with performing two routines
An unexpected couple lands in the bottom three, but the results turn out to be entirely unsurprising
A bevy of choreographers make their 'SYTYCD' debut, but fresh blood doesn't always mean fresh ideas
Even after last night's make-out-stravaganza, two more dancers had to go
Fabulous dancing and frisky judges add up to one of the most entertaining episodes in the show's eight seasons
Dancers actually get eliminated this time, and the judges make a questionable decision
The Top 20 perform again, but it's Hollywood legend and guest judge Debbie Reynolds who dances away with the show
Contestants dance for their lives, leading to a surprising (and infuriating?) conclusion
Season 8's live shows launch with a wealth of solid routines. And did you hear the ladies are beasts this year?
Season 8's top 20 dancers: nine contemporary, four jazz, four hip-hop, one Broadway, one tap, and one ballroom
Contestants compete in Las Vegas, with hospital visits galore!
The Los Angeles auditions deliver several gotta-watch-THAT-again routines, dominated almost entirely by women
The Salt Lake City and New York City auditions produce several standout dancers worth rooting for, and a few worth rooting against
The top 10 deliver a crop of lackluster performances just one week after dazzling us
With such a solid group of hoofers, last night's eliminations hurt more than usual
Forced to dance outside of their comfort zones, some dancers soar (Jonathan!), others stumble (Phillip!)
We start to get to know those in the Top 20 who we've barely glimpsed before, and the leaders of the pack are clear
During Vegas week, dozens of dancers fight for their chance to be one of the Top 20
Whether Joshua is old school, new school, or no school, he soars above the rest of the dancers to grab the season 4 crown
Was the final performance show choreographed to make one person rise above the rest? Gee, Nigel, Joshua didn't need the lift
With Jessica out and Comfort back, the dancers have to get used to their new partners, and some have lost a step
After a results show in which maybe two girls should have gone home, we rank the remaining top 10 dancers
While Chelsie, Katee, and Joshua steam up the joint, Thayne and Comfort leave us cold, and Nigel and Mia are downright creepy
Our correspondent covers the top 14 dancers from the show's studios, where the front-runners continue to run in front and the also-rans keep also-running
The hottie goes before the more likely eliminee, Comfort, while Chris succumbs to the inevitable
While the dancers reveal ''hidden'' facts about their partners, both the performers and the judges sometimes give us a little too much information
When does 'technique' (something good) turn into 'tricks' (such a no-no); the judges seem clueless, so by-bye Marquis
On a night when dancers were moving up and down in the judges' eyes -- and all around the range of styles -- Will was huge
In the first elimination episode, the judges send packing two contestants we didn't know that well anyway; plus, Cat Deeley tries to make up for some dull guest performers
A grueling week of tryouts in Las Vegas leaves us with this season's finalists -- but with no idea what happened to some of our early favorites
The auditions in Charleston and Washington go both ways, providing some inspiring performances and some cringe-worthy disasters
Despite some standout performances, the season's second episode feels like a retread of the premiere