Set in Pittsburgh's renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Abby Lee Miller, the series follows children's early steps on the ... See full summary »
A one-hour special hosted by the series' infamous dance instructor Abby Lee Miller re-visiting this season's most talked-about highlights. The show will also include never-before-seen footage of the cast.
Stars Dance Studio, where the school's owners and renowned contemporary dance instructors Victor Smalley and Angel Armas train a group of aspiring dancers. Inevitably, the drama will come ... See full summary »
Dirt chronicles the journey of Luke Dungey and his family as they navigate the competitive world of motocross. Luke will have to survive rivalry, addiction, and romance if he wants to follow in his brother's footsteps and become #1.
I like the show, but agree with someone else that it's not as great as Dance Moms. I mostly wanted to leave this review out of concern for some things I saw. The high level of narcissism in Yvette, her child Hadley, and Jordyn concerned me. Jordyn in particular reminded me of a child I nanny who is a know-it-all and never learns from her mistakes because she always thinks she's right. Jordyn has zero respect for her mother. But that might be a result of the harsh criticism her mom constantly gives her.
Yvette is a beeyotch...and her kid is following suit. I've never seen a mean girl that young. Hope they humble themselves and learn from their mistakes because they aren't all that...but they probably won't.
And poor Lexine. Her mom is atrocious in terms of moral support. What a bully! Stop beating your kid down, lady. Maybe then she'll stand out.
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