So You Think You Can Dance Canada

7 p.m. Saturday, October 29 on E!

The Top 20 dancers take to the stage in the first performance show of the season.

7 p.m. Saturday, October 22 on E!

After the challenging Finals Week, the search is narrowed down as the Top 20 are revealed.

7 p.m. Saturday, October 15 on E!

Canada’s first-ever Favourite Dancer Nico Archambault joins the judges panel this week as over 160 dancers advance to Finals Week in Toronto. The dancers work with some of Canada’s top choreographers to earn a spot in the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Top 20.

7 p.m. Saturday, October 8 on E!

The auditions continue as the judges head to Montreal.

7 p.m. Saturday, October 1 on E!

The search is on for Canada’s favourite dancer. This week’s exciting auditions head to Vancouver, Edmonton and Saint John, New Brunswick.

7 p.m. Saturday, September 24 on E!

Season 4 of Canada’s favourite Gemini award-winning dance show returns. Host Leah Miller is joined by returning judges Jean Marc Genereux, Tre Armstrong, Luther Brown and Blake McGrath, as dance hopefuls audition in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Vancouver and Saint John, NB, all vying for a boarding pass to advance to the next round of competition.

CTV is pulling the plug on So You Think You Can Dance Canada.

Jordan Clark’s win last weekend will have been the last we have seen of the reality show, with CTV cancelling it due to its expense.

“I can confirm that So You Think You Can Dance Canada has not been renewed for a fifth season,” Scott Henderson, vice-president of communications for Bell Media, told The Toronto Star.

“This is a show I’ve loved the most and been the most passionate about,” Sandra Faire, So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s executive producer, said. “I’m very sad it’s been cancelled, for me and for the whole dance community.”

“I’m really upset, because this was a passion of mine,” said judge Tré Armstrong. “It really is such a horrible shame that it’s gone so quickly. Too quickly.”

The series has run for four seasons on the network.

Source: TheStar

After nine thrilling weeks of competition, Canada has watched her rise to the top mastering every dance style thrown her way, and after tonight’s dance-packed SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA fourth season finale, CTV congratulates JORDAN on becoming Canada’s Favourite Dancer.

After 1.6 million votes were cast on Monday night, host Leah Miller announced live this evening that JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON has become Canada’s Favourite Dancer, also claiming the prize of $100,000, and a brand new Chevrolet Cruze.

Fellow Top 6 finalist MELISSA Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON was declared the Season 4 runner-up and also receives a brand new Chevrolet Cruze. Like last season, the runner-up will receive $10,000, and the remaining four competitors will receive $5,000 each from the Ivan Fecan and Sandra Faire Dance Fund.

JORDAN and MELISSA, along with the other Top 6 finalists MATT Marr (20), a Contemporary dancer from Quispamsis, NB, LINDSAY Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON; SHANE Simpson (24), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON and CHRISTIAN Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC, graced the stage with all Top 22 competitors for the dance-filled two-hour live broadcast on CTV. 

After her impressive and strong audition in Toronto, JORDAN, who auditioned for the show for the first time this season, perfected everything from theatre to hip-hop to salsa. Having previously participated in various competitions and working with notable performers including The Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Ashley Tisdale and Shawn Desman, Jordan says her biggest accomplishment to date was making Top 22 for SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA which is will now be replaced with winning the coveted title of Canada’s favourite dancer for Season 4 of series. Best known for her modesty and ability to commit herself completely in every dance genre thrown at her since the start of the competition, JORDAN has been a favourite of the judges and fans since day one. 

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA finale, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, September 16 at 6 p.m. ET (visit muchmusic.com to confirm local broadcast times).