Oxygen Media moves the series timeslot of ALL THE RIGHT MOVES, a new one hour docu-series following the tight knit friendships and lives of four of the most successful and sought-after dancers in the industry, to 9PM ET/PT on Tuesday, July 31 from its previously announced debut of Tuesday, July 31 11PM ET/PT.
The world of dance is fiercely competitive, but with careers, reputations, and friendships at stake, Emmy(R)-nominated choreographer Travis Wall ("So You Think You Can Dance"), Teddy Forance (recently featured on "Dancing With the Stars" as dancer and choreographer), Nick Lazzarini (winner of "So You Think You Can Dance" season one), and Kyle Robinson (Julliard-trained and recently featured on "Dancing With the Stars") band together to take this art form to a whole new level by launching the dance company SHAPING SOUND. Through blood, sweat, and tears these lifelong friends and roommates are determined to come together and make this venture a success, giving background dancers a chance to shine.
Turning their passion into paychecks, the eight episode series kicks off with Travis, Nick and Teddy diving head first into starting their business after years of dreaming about the launch of a contemporary dance company in Los Angeles. But with the competitive world of dance, the guys quickly find themselves knee deep in a power struggle with their friends and peers. Taja, Travis' protégé, challenges his position as leader while newcomer Kyle questions his role in the company. Meanwhile Jaimie, Travis' best friend and fellow "So You Think You Can Dance" alumni, longs for a spot in the company after a debilitating knee injury.
Fans of "All The Right Moves" can "like" the show's official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AllTheRightMovesOxygen and follow the show on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/atrmonoxygen for access to exclusive content, as well as tweet their thoughts about the guys, the business, and the drama using #ATRM.
World of Wonder Productions produces "All the Right Moves" with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey and Tom Campbell serving as executive producers.