The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (2010)

10m
Running Time

3
Seasons

30
Episodes

July 7, 2010
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
6.9
The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers

The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (2010)

10m
Running Time

3
Seasons

30
Episodes

July 7, 2010
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
Hulu
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Plot.

Join seemingly ordinary people who discover they have extraordinary powers in a groundbreaking mythology about hope, greed, love and the force that moves us all.

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Cast & Crew.

Rueben "Flattop" Hall

Rueben "Flattop" Hall

Elder Jack

Stephen 'tWitch' Boss

Stephen 'tWitch' Boss

Dr. E

Harmony Costa

Harmony Costa

Beat Bullies

Antwan Davis

Antwan Davis

Beat Bullies

Khalid Freeman

Khalid Freeman

Beat Bullies

Adedamola Orisagbemi

Adedamola Orisagbemi

The Eaters

Nicholas Stewart

Nicholas Stewart

The Eaters

Marc Inniss

Marc Inniss

The Eaters

Maya Chino

Maya Chino

Gills

Adrian Miramontes

Adrian Miramontes

Shadows / Robots

Joshua Ventura

Joshua Ventura

Robots / Shadows

Chanel Malvar

Chanel Malvar

Finns

Anthony Lee

Anthony Lee

Shadows / Robots

Andre "Boppin Andre" Diamond

Andre "Boppin Andre" Diamond

LXD Elder / Invalid

Brandon Philips

Brandon Philips

The Umbras

Mike Song

Mike Song

Shadows / Robots

Johnathan 'Johnny 5' Malstrom

Johnathan 'Johnny 5' Malstrom

Experiment 2A2

Peter 'Smurf' Quintanilla

Peter 'Smurf' Quintanilla

Experiment 4K8

Lorenzo Chapman

Lorenzo Chapman

Experiment J4E

Jefferey "Machine' McCann

Jefferey "Machine' McCann

Experiment 9S2

Patrick Wesley

Patrick Wesley

The Exterminator

Terrance Harrison

Terrance Harrison

Gimpspark

Jerry 'Flo Master' Randolph

Jerry 'Flo Master' Randolph

LXD Elder

Roger 'Orko' Romero

Roger 'Orko' Romero

LXD Elder

Amrapali Ambegaokar

Amrapali Ambegaokar

Annabelle

Nancy "Asia One" Yu

Nancy "Asia One" Yu

LXD Elder

Wilbur 'Willpower' Urbina

Wilbur 'Willpower' Urbina

Joe Drift

Rueben Lucky 'Flat Top' Hall

Rueben Lucky 'Flat Top' Hall

LXD Elder

Joshua "Incredible Josh" Ortiz

Joshua "Incredible Josh" Ortiz

The Magnifisick

Philip Albuquerque

Philip Albuquerque

Sir Swoop

Charlie 'VZion' Schmidt

Charlie 'VZion' Schmidt

The Ringmaster

Ceasare Willis

Ceasare Willis

LXD Elder

Mousa Kraish

Mousa Kraish

Winston

Jeff "JBoogz" Kelley

Jeff "JBoogz" Kelley

Locking Goons

Celine "Lockadelic" Thubert

Celine "Lockadelic" Thubert

Locking Goons

Keeley "Lockn'Key" Kaukimoce

Keeley "Lockn'Key" Kaukimoce

Locking Goons

John "Shy Guy" Magat

John "Shy Guy" Magat

Locking Goons

Mari Koda

Mari Koda

Vivienne

Todd Breithaupt

Todd Breithaupt

Robots

Ashley Galvan

Ashley Galvan

The Rinas

Details.

Release Date
July 7, 2010

Status
Ended

Seasons
3

Episodes
30

Running Time
10m

Content Rating
NR

Genres

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Wiki.

The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, commonly called The LXD, is a 2010–2011 American web series that premiered on Hulu. The series follows two groups of rival dancers: The Alliance of the Dark, who are the villains, and The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, the heroes, who discover they have superpowers referred to as "the Ra" through their dance abilities. The entire story takes place over hundreds of years, beginning in the 1920s, up to the year 3000.The series was created, directed, and produced by Jon M. Chu, who says he was inspired to create it by Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and "Smooth Criminal" music videos and by the dancers he met while filming the movie Step Up 2: The Streets. The series was choreographed by Christopher Scott and Harry Shum, Jr., with assistant choreography by Galen Hooks. Members had a wide variety of specialties, including hip-hop, krumping, contemporary, tricking, popping, b-boying, jazz, tap, and ballet. All of the choreography and stunts were real. There were no special effects or wire work, and the entire series was shot on location without the use of green screens.50% of the sales of the official LXD T-shirt went to support the work of the nonprofit organization Invisible Children, Inc. Puma was the lead sponsor for The LXD. As of 2010, an official soundtrack was in production. The first LXD theatrical release was presented as a 3D short film, screening before the director's fan cut of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.

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