Lifetime realizes that they have a smash hit with their show Dance Moms, and they're looking to cash in even further by giving the show a spin-off called Dance Moms: Miami.
Six episodes of the spin-off show have been ordered so far, and I'm sure there will more if the show can keep up with the craziness portrayed by Abby Lee and crew on the original Dance Moms series.
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Casting notices for Dance Moms: Miami were first seen in October, so for anyone that thought the Dance Moms series were completely real, they aren't. The original Dance Moms girls were also cast through a casting call.
My main question about Dance Moms: Miami is whether this series will focus more on the Dance Moms than the current installment of the show. While the moms do play a role in Dance Moms, it can't be argued that Abby Lee is the star of the show. The show was originally planned to be focused on the moms and their antics, but once producers saw what Abby Lee could do on camera, the focus shifted - and I'm sure you can all see why.
Am I completely sold on Dance Moms: Miami? Not yet. I think that Dance Moms was such a fresh idea, and I'm not sure that the identically themed show will live up to the expectation set by its predecessor.
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