Liza Koshy is Hosting a New Dance Show That Will Leave You "Floored"

Quibi, the app devoted to short-form TV shows, seems 100 percent invested in fun dance programs. Their latest dance-centric show, "Floored," is hosted by none other than YouTube star Liza Koshy—and it's not like any dance competition you've seen before.

Half of the show's premise is pretty basic: Two dance teams compete routines in front of a panel of judges. But the other half is WILD: The teams perform on a floor that moves, shakes, and spins in time to the music, and face obstacles (read: giant moving objects designed to knock them off their feet) when they least expect it. So while getting Koshy's approval may be the main goal, just managing to stay upright is another pretty big challenge.


As an added bonus, Koshy will be joined each week by a next-level lineup of guest judges, including Dance Spirit faves like Maddie Ziegler, Janelle Ginestra-Adams, Adam Rippon, Matt Steffanina, and more.

The first three episodes of "Floored" are available now on Quibi.

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