May 15, 2007 12:43 AM by Joe Blackmon
From executive producer Randy Jackson (“American Idol”) and the
creators of the World Hip Hop Championship comes one of the most visual
and captivating performance competition shows ever to hit TV. Thousands
of dance teams from around the world will audition for their shot to
come to Los Angeles and compete for a global championship and an
international touring contract.
The live television event features young teams of five to seven members demonstrating their athleticism, creativity and innovative choreography in a presentation that highlights both the competition and the personal drama unfolding within each team. Viewers from across the globe will vote via the Internet, by text message, or by phone to eliminate one team each week. Ultimately, it’s not just about winning a competition; “World Moves” involves stories that change lives and bring the world together. World Moves will air in late Fall on NBC, but exact date and time have not been released.
From Warner Horizon Television, the series is executive-produced by Jackson ("American Idol," Dream Merchant 21 Entertainment), Rob Lee (President, Bayonne Entertainment, "Blow Out," "House of Carters"), Howard Schwartz ("Hip Hop International, World Hip Hop Championship), Karen Schwartz (Hip Hop International, World Hip Hop Championship) and Harriet Sternberg (Dream Merchant 21 Entertainment).