Dance Revolution

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Dance Revolution
Created byKonami
DiC Entertainment Corporation
Based onDance Dance Revolution by Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
Developed byDiC Entertainment
Brookwell McNamara Entertainment
Written byJohn Doyle
Susie Singer Carter
Don Priess
Directed byKeegan Martin
Presented byRick Adams
StarringSlumber Party Girls:
Caroline Scott
Cassie Scerbo
Karla Deras
Carolina Carattini
Mallory Low
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Executive producer(s)Andy Heyward
Michael Maliani
Sean McNamara
David Brookwell
Geoff Mulligan
Susie Singer Carter
Don Priess
Jeff Phillips
Producer(s)Pixie Wespiser
Kim Morgan Greene
Brad La Fever
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Brookwell McNamara Entertainment
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc
KOL/AOL for Kids
DIC Entertainment Corporation
Original networkCBS
Picture format480i NTSC
Original releaseSeptember 16, 2006 (2006-09-16) –
September 8, 2007 (2007-09-08)

Dance Revolution is a television series from CBS and DIC Entertainment Corporation, in association with Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc, produced by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment and CBS Television) (Sean McNamara & David Brookwell), and based on the video game series Dance Dance Revolution.[1]

Originally known as Dance, Dance, Dance!, the series premiered on September 16, 2006, as part of KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS.[1] The entire series had a focus on promoting fitness and nutrition to children. The series, however, was not renewed after its first season. Its last broadcast was on September 8, 2007.

Dance Revolution was taped at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.


Dance Revolution was hosted by DJ Rick (a.k.a. Rick Adams) and the Slumber Party Girls (Caroline Scott, Cassie Scerbo, Karla Deras, Carolina Carattini and Mallory Low).

Every half-hour episode starts with music from the house band, the Slumber Party Girls. Then DJ Rick introduces the "Dance Crews" (the teams of contestants) and the judges. The Dance Crews start to perform their own dance routines. When they are finished, choreographer Leah Lynette comes to teach the Dance Crews some new styles of dancing. Finally, the Dance Crews have a dance off. The judges declare who the winning Dance Crew is and the winners gets to move on to the next round. Although Dance Revolution was inspired by the video game series Dance Dance Revolution, there is nothing similar between the two except for the name.


  1. ^ a b "CBS and DIC Entertainment Debuts New Series, 'Dance Revolution', on 'CBS's Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party'". PRNewswire. Cision. May 10, 2006. Archived from the original on May 19, 2006. Retrieved June 6, 2019 – via

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