“World of Dance” Season 1 ratings for week four are still on a high!

According to Variety, the first week of duels garnered a total of 7.8 million viewers or a 1.8 demo rating among audiences aged between 18 and 49. Despite the fact that the ratings for the new NBC dance reality competition are still high, “World of Dance” experienced a decrease of 200,000 viewers compared to last week. On its third week, the show earned 8 million viewers and a 1.9 demo rating.

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Since its premiere on May 30, “World of Dance” has also suffered a 25 percent decrease in the demo rating and a 19 percent decrease in terms of total of viewership. On its first episode, “World of Dance” received a total of 9.7 million viewers and a 2.4 demo rating. At that time, the network dubbed the competition as the highest-rated new summer show for 2017.

Meanwhile, Deadline reported that Misty Copeland will guest star on two episodes of “World of Dance.” Copeland will act as a guest judge alongside resident judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough. More specifically, Copeland will be introduced in the two-part episodes aka the cuts on July 18 and 25. In the two installments, majority of the acts will be sent home and only the top two dancers from each category will advance to the divisional finals.

In the divisional finals, the six competing acts will be narrowed down to three. Only one dancer, duo or team will be advancing to the world finals. The three acts will fight for a spot to not only become the first “World of Dance” winner, but to also be dubbed as the best dancer in the world. The winner of the NBC show will also bring home the $1 million grand prize.

Copeland is well-known as first African-American principal ballerina in the history of American Ballet Theater. She has been featured in a number of TV programs including “CBS Sunday Morning,” “Today” and “60 Minutes.”

“World of Dance” Season 1 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET. Next week, the second round of duels will be released.