Breaking Pointe: Season Two Debut Moved to July 22

breaking pointe season twoThe CW has decided to move up the return of Breaking Pointe. Season two will now premiere a week earlier than previously announced, on Monday, July 22nd, at 9pm.

Here are the details:


May 23, 2013 (Burbank, California) – The CW has announced that its critically acclaimed docuseries, BREAKING POINTE, will return for a sophomore season one week earlier than previously announced. The new premiere date is Monday, July 22 (9:00-10:00p.m. ET).

Shot in a rich, cinematic style, BREAKING POINTE pulls the viewer directly into the inner workings of the elite Salt Lake City ballet company, Ballet West, to experience the exhausting rehearsals, the behind-the-scenes drama and the vibrant and dynamic main-stage performances. BREAKING POINTE is produced by Adjacent Productions, with executive producers Leola Westbrook (“Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “America’s Next Top Model,” “Taking the Stage”), Izzie Pick Ashcroft (“Dancing with the Stars,” “Strictly Come Dancing,” “Big Brother”) and Jane Tranter (“Dancing with the Stars,” “Top Gear,” “Little Dorrit”).

What do you think? Are you a fan of this series? Will you be tuning in?

3 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. robycop3 says

    Most of us don’t know much about ballet, so I’m happy to see this show return. It’s better than a lot of other reality shows, as it actually deals in FACT, and isn’t all about the personal lives of the performers.
    (However, I’d liketa see ALL dating/relationship shows, and other reality garbage such as “Baby Boo” tank, and quickly.)

  2. Darcy says

    Does debuting early mean adding a show? Six shows (last season.. .) was not enough. However, I know as a former dancer it is difficult to have the camera in your face at all times. I can’t wait for it to begin. Absolutely thrilled its coming back.

Leave a Comment

Your comment may need approval from a moderator before it appears. We review comments to weed out spam, duplicate postings and personal attacks. We welcome constructive discussion.