On Friday, Fox News announced that it will be bringing back the venerable and beloved ballet instructor.
This time, however, it will take a completely different approach to the sport, by taking a more rigorous approach to its curriculum.
The new show will be based around ballet’s origins and how it was created and taught.
Fox News will air the show as part of its special programming for the holidays.
The network says that its new program will be “in-depth” in nature, with guest hosts and experts and will include more than a dozen episodes.
In addition, the show will focus on the history of ballet.
It will also cover the evolution of the profession in a number of ways, including the importance of training and teaching, and the evolution in the modern ballet industry.
The show will also examine how women in the industry have made strides in their roles and are able to perform with greater confidence and confidence.
“Ballet is an integral part of our lives,” Fox News Executive Vice President of Programming and Programming Development Mike Barnicle said in a statement.
“We are proud to celebrate the history and legacy of this iconic sport in our series.”
Fox News has been working on this project for years, and its goal is to get the show on the air during the holidays in a way that will be appealing to viewers.
The program will debut on Nov. 11, with a special episode on Dec. 10.