The reality dance floor is getting crowded: CBS has ordered its own dancing-competition series, the network announced Thursday.

The network has teamed up with Reveille to adapt the U.K. hit Got to Dance, which is billed as the first dance series with no age or genre restrictions. On the show, which premiered across the pond in December, competitors perform before a panel of judges. Viewers only get to vote during the semifinals and finals.

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With Dance

, CBS becomes the third broadcast network to have a dance-competition show, behind ABC's Dancing with the Stars — which was adapted from the U.K.'s Strictly Come Dancing — and Fox's So You Think You Can Dance. NBC's America's Got Talent features dance acts as well.Judges have not been announced, but CBS is eyeing Paula Abdul for a gig, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The former American Idol judge was courted by ABC for a Star Search reboot that has since been ruled out, and reportedly is in talks with NBC for a new dance series.