ABC’s one of the most loved dancing reality shows, Dancing With the Stars, has been on the air for 17 years. Fans have been catching up on this show since 2005 on ABC. However, this year fans have gotten big shocking news. Season 31 of the show will not air on ABC. Instead, it will premiere on Disney+. So we are not going to miss out on all the tango and the Salsa. One lucky contestant will go home with a Mirrorball Trophy in his/her hand. But for the first time in Dancing With the Stars’ history, it will not be aired on ABC.
Recently, the producers of the show announced that the show would no longer be in contact with ABC. If you wish to watch this year’s Dancing With the Stars, then you have to invest a little money from your pocket. Want to know more about how to watch and where to watch Dancing With the Stars season 31? Read this article.
Where to watch Dancing With the Stars season 31?
Fans were able to watch America’s favorite dancing reality show, Dancing With the Stars, on ABC for its past 30 seasons. However, this is not the case anymore. From now on, we can stream the DWTS online on Disney+. The show will air live, so fans across the country can view it. Plus, no more irritating ads in between. Yes, you have to take a Disney+ subscription.
When will Dancing With the Stars season 31 premiere?
Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars premiered this Monday, September 19, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. Tyra Banks will be hosting this show just as usual, and Alfonso Ribeiro, actor and season 19 winner, will be joining Tyra Banks as a co-host. The judges of the show, include,
- Carrie Ann Inaba
- Len Goodman
- Bruno Tonioli
- Derek Hough
How to get Disney+?
If you still haven’t subscribed to Disney+, then don’t worry. There are a few options to watch Dancing With the Stars.
- The easiest way to buy the subscription of Disney+, which is currently $7.99/month.
- For first-time users, you can get an offer for the first month for $1.99.
- You can also get the Disney plus subscription once you purchase the OTT bundle offer, which comes with a standalone subscription to Hulu and ESPN Plus.
- You can also view the show on Hulu if you have the live TV package.
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