Winter break has finally arrived! When you're not busy hanging out with your family or finishing up Nutcracker performances, we know you'll make time for some good old-fashioned binge-watching. And Netflix and Hulu have you covered, with a wide array of dance films and shows to add to your queue. Here are our top picks.
A hip-hop violinist and classical ballet dancer join forces to compete in a life-changing contest.
A young woman uses the power of dance to overcome the pain of her mother's passing and the overbearing ways of her step-father.
A behind-the-scenes look at the New York City Ballet and the creation of Paz de la Jolla, choreographed by Justin Peck.
An Iranian dancer refuses to give up his passion after a ban is placed on dance.
This documentary follows Misty Copeland as she ascends to ballet icon status.
A privileged girl from Beverly Hills (played by Witney Carson) falls unexpectedly in love with a dishwasher (Chehon Wespi-Tschopp). Their differences melt away when they're dancing.
An up-close-and-personal look at New York City Ballet legend Wendy Whelan as she confronts a difficult injury and redefines her career.
If you're in a holiday mood, the Rockettes have you covered.
In this big-hearted Australian series, Tara Webster has no idea what's in store when she follows her dancing dreams by attending Sydney's National Academy of Dance.
A chronicle of "ballet bad boy" Sergei Polunin's rise to stardom—and how it almost destroyed him.
Hooray, the sadly short-lived TV series is back!
Whatever your feelings about the infamous Abby Lee Miller, "Dance Moms" is crazily addictive.