‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 16 Episode 14 Betting Odds

by James Murphy in Entertainment  / September 4, 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 14 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ will air on September 9, 2019

Down to the ‘final four’ of So You Think You Can Dance Season 16. The way it works from this point is that the remaining four contestants will perform on September 9 with the ‘big reveal’ of the winners on September 15.

The ratings of the most recent show took a bath with SYTYCD attracting 1.83 million viewers for a 0.4 rating and 2 share. These aren’t the low water mark of the season and there is at least a plausible reason for the drop from the previous week. ESPN aired a prime time college football game on Monday between Notre Dame and Louisville. The game attracted 5,599,000 viewers for a 1.7 rating and was far and away the top show of the night on either broadcast or cable. Next Monday will feature the NFL’s traditional season opening double header game so this could also keep ratings down. Whatever the reason, the September 2 audience was the second smallest in series history.

According to TV By The Numbers, So You Think You Can Dance is on their ‘renewed for 2019-2020 and beyond list’. I’m assuming that they’re referring to the current (2019) season and not the forthcoming (?) Season 17. The TV By The Numbers list was updated on August 29. An August 9 post at TV Series Finale quoted a FOX TV executive who indicated that the fate of SYTYCD was still up in the air:

“We obviously have a lot of other shows, So You Think You Can Dance, Spin the Wheel, Mental Samurai — we have to consider all those as a group. I can’t pick up everything, I need to leave some room to take some shots”

He went on to praise the show which suggests it might have a better shot at returning than the other two series (assuming it hasn’t been renewed already):

“It’s a good show, and it’s got three Emmy nominations. I think they do a good job, I think it continues to perform ratings-wise — overnights, its L7s are very good. When you compare it with other shows on TV at the moment, it does very well. We haven’t made a decision yet.”

The TV Series Finale website still has the series listed as ‘not canceled or renewed for Season 17’.

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

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

Bailey Munoz                           -125
Mariah Russell +200
Sophie Pittman +350
Gino Cosculluela +600

TO FINISH SECOND ‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16

Mariah Russell                         -135
Bailey Munoz +220
Sophie Pittman +450
Gino Cosculluela +450

TO FINISH THIRD ‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16

Sophie Pittman                         +115
Gino Cosculluela +135
Mariah Russell                         +450
Bailey Munoz +450

TO FINISH FOURTH ‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16

Gino Cosculluela                       +115
Sophie Pittman +135
Mariah Russell                         +450
Bailey Munoz +450

‘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 14 BETTING ODDS

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 14 VIEWERSHIP

Over 2.25 Million                      +150
Under 2.25 Million                     -170

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 14 RATING

0.5 or Over                            +110
Under 0.5                     -130

‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SEASON 16 EPISODE 14 SHARE

Over 2.5                               +180
Under 2.5                     -210

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

James Murphy

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