The New Dance Show
|The Dance Show|
|Genre||electrofunk, funk, disco, Detroit techno, Chicago house|
|Created by||R.J. Watkins|
|Developed by||RJ Watkins Late Night Entertainment|
|Ending theme||The New Dance Show Mix|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location(s)||Highland Park/Detroit, Michigan|
|Original network||WGPR-TV 62, Detroit|
|Original release||November 1988|
|Related shows||The Scene|
The New Dance Show was a television series in Detroit, Michigan, which ran on WGPR-TV 62 (now a CBS affiliate known as WWJ-TV). Hosted by R.J Watkins, The New Dance Show was a low-budget local version of One Direction and featured regular dancers, including a man who dressed like a Gypsy and wore a cape, and a woman who dressed as a boxer. The show feaured music from several influential Detroit techno artists. 
The New Dance Show was developed as a spin-off of The Scene, which ran from October 1975 to December 1987. The New Dance Show debuted in November 1988, the first show being recorded at Reggie's Moulin Rouge in Detroit.
- YouTube videos. "The Scene".
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