An upcoming Netflix show is looking to find the next big choreographer in the world of dance. The competition show, tentatively titled "All The Right Moves," is being developed by the same studio that created the streaming platform's “The Circle.”

Deadline revealed that production on the Netflix dance competition is about to commence in London and will be filmed over the course of eight weeks. The program will follow competing choreographers as they battle throughout different challenges to create unique and "iconic" numbers. Competitors will be able to utilize an array of professional dancers during the process.

Recently, a casting call was put out for U.K.-based dancers.

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The production company behind the Netflix dance competition “All the Right Moves” is Studio Lambert, which is part of the parent organization All3Media and was founded by producer Stephen Lambert. He and Studio Lambert are responsible for several popular reality TV titles, including the previously mentioned “The Circle,” “Undercover Boss,” “Chrisley Knows Best,” “True Tori” and more.

Studio Lambert’s own creative director, Tim Harcourt, is reportedly heading the new program. Harcourt was most recently responsible for the “The Circle,” which made its way from Channel 4 to Netflix with a U.S.-based version.

Netflix’s “The Circle” follows several groups of people placed in one large apartment complex, but with each contestant having their secluded spot -- and the only way of communicating is through social media. It’s been described as a combination of reality shows “Big Brother” and “Catfish.”

As press time, Netflix had yet to comment on the reported new series.

No release date has been announced for “All the Right Moves.”