Since Breaking Cardinal Rules transformed the University of Louisville into Scandal U, people across Kentucky have made the tongue-in-cheek remark, “this could be a reality show.” Well, a reality show about the University of Louisville is happening, but this show about dancers is safe for work.
“So Sharp” is a reality show that will follow coach Todd Sharp and his Louisville Ladybirds dance team. Debuting on July 26 on Lifetime, the network describes Sharp as a “surrogate father and the head-bitch-in-charge.”
There’s a new force to be reckoned with on the dance floor and his name says it all! Todd Sharp is the coach of the University of Louisville Dance Team, the Ladybirds, and he’s driven, precise and over-the-top.
The team has over 15 national championships under their belt and with this year’s nationals fast approaching, Todd will push the ladies to another victory, even if it kills him. More than just a drill sergeant, these elite athletes count on Todd to be their guidance counselor, surrogate father and the “head-bitch-in-charge” who ultimately makes them shine.
– Lifetime (@lifetimetv) June 26, 2017
As great as all that sounds, the show will not get me to watch Lifetime. Sorry, not sorry.