Bravo puts Elves skein on dance card

Zeitchik, Steven
September 2007
Daily Variety;9/11/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 50, p13
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The article reports that Bravo continues to move to the reality-competition beat "Step It Up," a dancing show produced by Magical Elves which will focus on a group of professional dancers who trying to make it in high-pressure world. Bravo has not announced the structure of the competition or the judges. However, executives will be responsible for the network's originals including docudrama and its trademark reality-competition shows.


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