Jennifer Lopez recently teased the upcoming second episode of “World of Dance.”

On her Instagram account, the actress posted a clip of some of the highlights from the pilot episode. In the clip, various publications were also quoted praising NBC’s newest reality TV competition. In the caption, Lopez encouraged everyone to tune in to the show every Tuesday night.

“World of Dance” instantly became the network’s most watched summer premiere after garnering a total of 9.7 million viewers and a 2.4 demo rating. It is unclear whether “America’s Got Talent” Season 12 helped boost the ratings of “World of Dance” because the former received more than 12 million viewers and a 2.6 rating on its premiere night, according to TV Line.

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“World of Dance” featured a slew of acts that impressed judges Lopez, Derek Hough and Ne-Yo. They were divided into three categories: juniors, uppers and teams. Junior dancers are performers aged 17 and below. Uppers are groups with up to four members and are aged 18 and above. Teams are groups made up of five members or more who are also aged 18 and above.

There will be several rounds of competition throughout the 10-episode run of “World of Dance” Season 1. The first round will be the qualifiers, followed by the duels, the cuts, the divisional final and the world final. In the first four of five rounds, the performers will only be competing within their division. But in the world finals, the winners from each division will be competing for a chance to bring home the $1 million grand prize.

Meanwhile, Lopez, Ne-Yo and Hough used an interactive platform to score each of the dancers on premiere night. While using a tablet, the three judges will key in their scores for the five different criteria: performance, technique, creativity, choreography and presentation. Each of the criteria could merit as high as 20 points. Whichever act receives a score of 80 points or above will advance to the next round.

World of Dance” host Jenna Dewan Tatum stood on the sidelines with the family members and friends of the contestants as they awaited the results from the three judges. In the end, majority of the acts in episode 1 advanced to the duels.

“World of Dance” Season 1 airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EDT on NBC.