The CW's list of reality projects currently in development has reportedly grown a little larger.

The network is developing two new reality competition series -- the dance-themed One Mass Dance and weight-loss centered Shed to Wed, The Hollywood Reporter reported Wednesday.

One Mass Dance will follow choreographers as they travel to three different cities to assemble large dance teams, according to The Reporter, which added the groups will then perform a "mass dance" before an audience.

The series is being produced by Stone & Co. and Warner Horizon.

Shed to Wed will follow couples as they compete against other couples in an attempt to lose unwanted weight before they get married, according to The Reporter.

The series is being produced by Mindcrime and 25/7.

One Mass Dance and Shed to Wed join a new reality series starring celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson and another that follows contestants on a scavenger hunt on The CW's reality development slate.

The network is expanding its reality development in an effort to have enough shows for a summer block or to potentially pair a program with America's Next Top Model in the fall, according to The Reporter.