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A new group of celebrities are taking to the dance floor for a new season of Dancing With the Stars. And this year, the long-running reality competition series has a new home too.

After 30 seasons and 17 years of airing on ABC, Dancing With the Stars has made the move to its new home on Disney+. Here’s what to know about Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars and how to watch the ballroom show online.

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When Does

Dancing With the Stars 2022 Premiere?

The new season of Dancing With the Stars premieres on Monday, September 19 with live episodes airing weekly at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.

Episodes will air live on Disney+ and then be available to watch on-demand as replays within an hour after the live stream.

How to Watch

Dancing With the Stars on TV

After 30 seasons on ABC, Dancing With the Stars is now only available to watch on Disney+. What that means: you will no longer be able to watch Dancing With the Stars on TV — at least not on traditional cable or network TV.

If you want to watch Dancing With the Stars on TV, you’ll need to sign-up for Disney+ and then watch the show through the Disney+ app on your connected smart TV or favorite streaming device (I.e. Fire TV Stick).

How to Watch

Dancing With the Stars Online

Dancing With the Stars is the first live series to debut on Disney+ and the streaming service is the only place to watch Dancing With the Stars online.  

Subscribers to Disney+ will be able to watch Dancing With the Stars live online each week and vote for their favorite stars to stay in the competition. A subscription to Disney+ costs just $7.99 a month, and lets you stream Dancing With the Stars on your laptop, tablet, TV or phone.

You can live stream new episodes of DWTS every Monday evening, or choose to watch the show on-demand at any other time throughout the week.

Fans will be able to vote during the live stream of the show in the U.S. and Canada via As in previous seasons, the live viewer votes will be combined with the judges’ scores to determine which couples stay and which ones are in danger of elimination.


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How to Watch

Dancing With the Stars Online Free

Unlike some streaming services, like Apple TV+ or Hulu, Disney+ doesn’t offer a free trial or way to watch its shows for free. However, Verizon customers can get Disney+ for free as part of Verizon’s “Disney+ On Us” offer.

Sign up for a Verizon plan here and get six months of Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for free. You can use your subscription to watch Dancing With the Stars online free, in addition to streaming a host of other TV shows and movies on the three streaming services.

Dancing With the Stars 2022: Season 31 Hosts, Competitors, Partnerships

Sixteen celebrities hit the dance floor this year for Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars. The Season 31 cast includes:

Fitness model and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son, Joseph Baena and pro Daniella Karagach

Actress Selma Blair and pro Sasha Farber

Comedian, actor and singer Wayne Brady and pro Witney Carson

Good Morning America weather anchor Sam Champion, and pro Cheryl Burke

TikTok star Charli D’Amelio and pro Mark Ballas

D’Amelio’s mom Heidi D’Amelio and pro Artem Chigvintsev

Country star Jessie James Decker and pro Alan Bersten

TV star Trevor Donovan and pro Emma Slater

Film and stage actor Daniel Durant and pro Britt Stewart

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and pro Pasha Pashkov

Jersey Shore star Vinny Guadagnino and pro Koko Iwasaki

Charlie’s Angels star Cheryl Ladd and pro Louis van Amstel

Sex and the City star Jason Lewis and pro Peta Murgatroyd

Drag queen superstar Shangela and pro Gleb Savchenko

Singer Jordin Sparks and pro Brandon Armstrong

The Bachelorette star Gabby Windey and pro Val Chmerkovskiy

Tyra Banks returns as host of Dancing With the Stars. The supermodel will be joined this year by co-host Alfonso Ribeiro, who won Season 19 of DWTS.

The judging panel meantime, remains the same, with Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough all returning as DWTS judges.

Catch all the dancing live on Disney+ as the celebrities compete for the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Disney+ costs just $7.99 for a subscription. You can also get the Disney+ Bundle, which includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for just $13.99 here.

Thought Season 31 is just getting underway, Disney+ announced in April that DWTS has already been renewed for Season 32

How to Watch 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 31 on Disney+

Kelli Boyle

Dancing With the Stars is making a huge move this fall. The reality competition series, formerly on ABC for 16 years, will air live exclusively on Disney+ starting in September. Season 31 will premiere Monday, September 19 on the streaming service, airing live starting at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. So how can you watch Dancing With the Stars when it makes its switch from broadcast to streaming? Here, we’ve compiled everything you need to know for how to tune in.

Dancing With the Stars Season 31 is the first-ever live reality show on U.S. streaming platforms. It will be co-hosted by Tyra Banks and Season 19 winner Alfonso Ribiero, with Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Derek Hough set to return as judges. The season will air without ad breaks, aligning with Disney+’s current policy of having no ads on the platform. But that will change on December 8, when the company launches its ad-supported tier called Disney+ Basic, although DWTS is expected to be concluded by then.

Viewers can likely expect the episodes to be ad-free all season long this time around. It’s not yet known if Season 32, already a go at Disney+, will air live with ads through Disney+ Basic. While an exact air time on September 19 has not yet been announced, Dancing With the Stars aired Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.

Dancing With the Stars is produced in front of a live audience by BBC Studios’ Los Angeles production arm. The show will look like its previous iterations, with professional dancers and celebrities paired to take on dance challenges (including Disney-themed nights), the one major change being the lack of commercial breaks.

“No commercials from a production standpoint is going to be the biggest challenge for us,” showrunner Conrad Green tells TV Insider. “We’re used to having 4-to-5-minute breaks to change the stage. It’s now as live as live can be. It’s like doing a Broadway production. You’ve got to get all of your teams sympatico. You might see the odd set piece moving around in the back but we’re hoping to make it as smooth as possible.”

Disney+ is available as a standalone streaming service or as part of The Disney Bundle that gives subscribers access to Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. The streamer says The Disney Bundle is the best way to tune into Season 31, although it seems all viewers will need to watch the show is a Disney+ account. For more information about the bundle, visit, or find the Disney+ app on most mobile and connected TV devices.

Dancing with the Stars has been a beloved staple on ABC for 30 seasons and brought so much joy to millions of viewers,” Dana Walden, Chairman of Entertainment, Walt Disney Television, said in a statement. “As we’re significantly expanding our unscripted slate at ABC, this is a great opportunity to introduce this show to a whole new generation of fans on Disney+. We’re so grateful to our incredible partners at BBC Studios and look forward to continuing our relationship with them on this spectacular series, which will continue to be overseen by Rob Mills and the talented Walt Disney Television Alternative team.”

Green also executive produces the series with Deena Katz. Past seasons of Dancing With the Stars are currently available for streaming on Hulu.

Dancing With the Stars, Season 31 Premiere, Monday, September 19, 8/7c, Disney+

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"Dancing with the Stars". New season March 20, 2022, 20:50

On the air of the TV channel "Russia 1" took place an early summing up of the 13th season of the show "Dancing with the Stars". TV viewers learned the names of the winners and saw the bright performances of the contestants, whose ability to control their body over the months of training has reached real mastery.

The 13th season of the show "Dancing with the Stars" on TV channel "Russia 1" has come to an end. An early summing up of the results took place on the air - in one episode they held a semi-final and a final. I must say that all the participants adequately coped with the difficult task of presenting to the jury not one, but two dances at once.

Before the start of the semi-final competition, host Andrey Malakhov announced the results of the previous voting by TV viewers, as a result of which two couples dropped out of the dance race. Marina Zudina and Maxim Petrov, as well as Vladimir Marconi and Evgenia Tolstaya said goodbye to the project. At the same time, each of the couples beautifully put their final point in it - they performed a new dance.

Five couples remained in the semi-finals, whose dances were evaluated only by the jury members. Their verdict determined the finalists. The strongest professional dancers fought for the winning cup, each of which became the winner in the previous seasons of the project, and their star students, who showed the best results throughout the 13th season.

Maria Mironova and Evgeny Papunaishvili, as well as Anatoly Bely and Inna Svechnikova, chose paso doble for the final, but the dance of each of the couples was distinguished by its individuality.

And yet, the jury was most impressed not by the paso doble, but by the waltz performed by Alexandra Revenko and Denis Tagintsev. They became the winners of the 13th season of Dancing with the Stars.

"We focused on a professional impression, especially the last round," Nikolai Tsiskaridze explained his choice and the choice of his colleagues.

Before the announcement of the voting results, immediately after the speech of Alexandra Revenko and Denis Tagintsev, the judges noted the colossal work that each of the participants in this pair had done.

Egor Druzhinin thanked Alexandra for reminding everyone that dancing is beautiful.

"More and more, art ceases to move in the direction of beauty and grace, sometimes it prefers to be sharp, naturalistic, noisy. Dance, like no other art, cannot live without beauty - this is a fine art," the choreographer recalled.

The permanent jury member of the project added that dance, of course, makes it possible to speak out and express various ideas, but still it is based on beauty. Nikolai Tsiskaridze agreed with his refereeing colleague.

"I am very happy that our 13th season was crowned with a waltz - a beautiful waltz, crowned with a real dance, and not some number with special effects. I am very happy, Sasha, that you have mastered this dance, the hardest and my most beloved.

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