‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 16 Episode 13 Betting Odds

by James Murphy in Entertainment  / August 27, 2019

  • Season 16 premiered on Monday, June 3 at 8 PM Eastern with live shows beginning on August 12.
  • Cat Deeley is back as host.
  • Season 16 Episode 13 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ will air on September 2, 2019

Down to the ‘Top 6’ on Season 16 of So You Think You Can Dance. Anna Linstruth and Benjamin Castro were eliminated while Madison Jordan and Ezra Sosa were ‘Bottom 4’ Note that Sosa has been ‘Bottom 4’ in the past two weeks which likely doesn’t bode well for his chances going forward.

Week 13 is the fourth live show of the season where the ‘Top 6’ will be cut to the ‘Top 4’. So You Think You Can Dance Season 16 Week 13 will air on Monday, September 2 at 8 PM Eastern:

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 BETTING ODDS

TO WIN ‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16

Mariah Russell                         +200
Bailey Munoz +225
Madison Jordan +450
Gino Cosculluela +450
Ezra Sosa +700
Sophie Pittman +700

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ TO BE RENEWED FOR ANOTHER SEASON BY 12/31/19?

Yes                                    +210
No -250

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 13 BETTING ODDS

TO BE ELIMINATED ON EPISODE 13?

Madison Jordan                         -150
Sophie Pittman +110
Mariah Russell +500

TO BE ELIMINATED ON EPISODE 13?

Ezra Sosa                              -350
Gino Cosculluela +250
Bailey Munoz +500

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 13 VIEWERSHIP

Over 2.25 Million                      +130
Under 2.25 Million                     -150

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 13 RATING

0.5 or Over                            -150
Under 0.5                     +130

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 13 SHARE

3                                      -250
Any Other Number                     +210

The previous three TV ratings propositions will be graded using data reported at TV By The Numbers. 

James Murphy

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