— In the world of “Dancing With the Stars,” it’s not about who can dance best.
It’s about who is going to win.
A week after a shocking, second-place finish in the series’ finale, ABC and NBC have both confirmed the renewal of “The Dancing With the Dead” after a season that saw two of the series five contestants make the final four and win a coveted $1 million grand prize.
Dancing is all about chemistry, said CBS’ David Nevins, the show’s creator.
The show is about the relationship between the contestant and the choreographer, the dancer and the artist.
Nevins is not a contestant on “Dance With the Kids,” a show that is also currently in its sixth season.
“It’s a lot more fun,” Nevins said.
“We do it a lot longer.
It doesn’t feel like a competition.
It feels like an extended family.
We’re not talking about any money.
We don’t make money.
You are there to dance and to have fun and to be in a great moment with someone.”
The series, which has been airing since 2010, has been hailed as one of the most popular shows in the world.
It has been seen by nearly 10 million people and averaged about a million viewers per episode, Nevins told The Associated Press.
Its most recent episode drew a 2.5 rating among adults 18-49, down from a 3.8 rating in season four.
It had more than 8 million viewers, and the show is available on more than 120 networks.
Nevins has said that, in the end, the main goal was to keep the show alive.
He said the show has always been about the people, but it has always had a different feel for each of the contestants.
Nevins, who is based in Los Angeles, has not been seen on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” a CBS late-night talk show, and he has said he is not involved with the “Danced With the DEAD” production, which he said is in its third season.
He declined to say if he is involved with “DANCE WITH THE DEAD” in any way.
The producers are not the only ones who have changed the show.
Nevis has said the producers have also been working on the finale.
Nevs told The AP that he thinks the finale will be a bigger, more emotional finale.
The producers have made it clear that it is more of a celebration of the people who have made this happen.
“I think it’s going to be an epic finale,” Nevis said.
Nevis is the third of seven original cast members to be cast on “the Dancing With The Dead” show.
The rest are comedians Dave Coulier, who plays Jeff, along with Mark Haddad, who played Mike.
The original cast includes actor Jon Hamm, who will star in the show as Jeff, and actress Kristin Chenoweth.
The first season of “THE DANCING WITH THE DREAMS” aired on CBS from 2002 to 2004.