A group of 12 teenagers from various backgrounds enroll at the American Ballet Academy in New York to make it as ballet dancers and each one deals with the problems and stress of training and getting ahead in the world of dance.
Set in an alternate history where gas and coal fuel the world, this genre soap centers on the battle for power between two rival families and a rebellious young woman with a spark of invention that could level both their empires.
Ranjit Singh Shubh,
One of the best and most insightful interview shows ever conceived
One could say I'm exaggerating but can you name a show other than this generic but sports oriented version of "Inside the Actor's Studio" that has a better format that allows for the incredible amount of insight into media-persons in a straightforward and perfectly questioned biographical interview, while also having the always fantastic host and interviewist, Michael Kay.
I love Michael Kay from hearing him do play by play commentary on the games for the YES network, and I simply cannot imagine a better man to do all of this. What we have is what seems to be a stream of questions, but they are more than that. They are interviewing that doesn't just try to give you a summary of a man's life, but they are questions that try to give you an essay of a man's life. It's simply the bomb.
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