BBC Studios announced I Like The Way You Move (8x60’), the brand new dating series that gives contestants the chance to find love through dance.
Set to debut on BBC Three later in 2021, I Like The Way You Move, will see professional dancers and non-dancers compete in a bid to find their perfect partner both on and off the dancefloor and will feature a host of exciting challenges, stunning routines and dramatic eliminations, promising dancing, dating and drama in equal measure.
In each episode presenter Jamie Laing and resident dance expert/judge Kaelynn 'KK' Harris (above in the picture) will be joined by a guest judge, who will help decide which couples have the most chemistry and remain in the competition.
I Like The Way You Move will be filmed in the UK this Spring and is being made by BBC Studios Productions, who are also producers of the multi award-winning BBC One entertainment series Strictly Come Dancing.
I Like The Way You Move is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Three, commissioned by Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC Three and Jo Wallace, Acting Controller Entertainment Commissioning. The Executive Producers for BBC Studios are Kelly Lynn, Mel Balac and Suzy Lamb. The Commissioning Editor for the BBC is Jo Wallace.