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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Dance Moms: Season 2, Volumes 1 and 2 DVD Review

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Dance Moms: Season 2, Volumes 1 and 2 DVD Review


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Volume 1 Synopsis: Once again set in Pittsburgh's renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by the famously outspoken Miller, "Dance Moms" follows the children's early steps on the road to stardom and their mothers who are there for every rehearsal. Presenting a powerful cast of characters, the show immerses itself in dance competition season, delivering a captivating and dramatic look at the cast's intense pursuit of national dance titles. Volume One includes the first 12 episodes of the second season, culminating with the 1.5-hr. "Abbygeddon" episode, in which the girls travel to NYC for the Joffrey Ballet School audition and Abby Lee Miller breaks down crying when her favorite dancer, Maddy, forgets her routine.

Volume 2 Synopsis: Once again set in Pittsburgh's renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by the famously outspoken Miller, "Dance Moms" follows the children's early steps on the road to stardom and their mothers who are there for every rehearsal. Presenting a powerful cast of characters, the show immerses itself in dance competition season, delivering a captivating and dramatic look at the cast's intense pursuit of national dance titles. Volume Two includes the final 13 episodes of Season 2, culminating with the girls' competion at the Nationals.

Review:  The horror continues with the dreadful Abby Lee Miller terrorizing and ridiculing children and their parents.  This dance academy is a joke and the instructor is a nightmare.  That aside, this makes for a very entertaining show, especially with the clashes between the parents and Miller.  There is plenty of drama, and not all that much dancing or learning.  I mean, how can she possibly teach these children anything, she can barely move herself.  This is an awful show and a great example of reality TV.  Sadly, we'll keep tuning in. lol.

Interest Range: Reality, TV Shows