‘Dancing with the Stars’: How to Stream Season 31 on Disney+
Dancing with the stars show some very a whimsical footwork into its 31st season, moving away from its longtime ABC home to stream exclusively on Disney+. Here’s how you can avoid missing a single step.
Dancing with the stars debuts Disney+ on Monday, September 19 at 8/7c. As first confirmed by TVLine, Season 31 of the reality competition will not feature any advertising for the duration of its run.
Tyra Banks returns for her third season as host and executive producer, this time sharing emcee duties with AFVis Alfonso Ribeiro. The jury will again be made up of Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough.
How to watch Dancing with the stars on Disney+
Dancing with the stars will stream exclusively (and ad-free!) on Disney+ starting Monday, September 19 at 8/7c. Dancing with the stars is only available to Disney+ members. Join now to stream DWTS and other Disney+ content, including MCU comedy She-Hulk: Lawyerthe new live action Pinocchio film, Thor: Love and Thunder, BTS: Permission to danceDisney/Pixar cars on the road and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Disney+ usually costs $7.99/month, though new subscribers, if they act quickly, can get their first month for $1.99 (until September 19). There’s also a Disney+ plan for $13.99/month, which amps up the deals by adding all Hulu and ESPN+ content.
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Which stars will be dancing in season 31?
The Season 31 slate (detailed here) includes American Idolis Jordan Sparks, the bacheloretteit’s Gabby Windey, jerseyshoreby Vinny Guadagnino and The Real Housewives of New Jerseyby Teresa Giudice, while other contestants hailing from the realm of reality TV include Shangela (from RuPaul’s Drag Race fame, dancing with a male partner) and The D’Amelio Show family members/social media influencers Charli D’Amelio and Heidi D’Amelio.
Real actors also populate this year’s cast, including Selma Blair (cruel intentions), Trevor Donovan (90210), Daniel Durant (from this year’s Best Picture winner CODA; he will be Dancingthe third deaf contestant in history), Cheryl Ladd (charlie’s angels) and Jason Lewis (sex and the city).
To complete the range are Let’s make a deal host Wayne Brady, country singer Jessie James Decker, bodybuilder and model Joseph Baena and, fittingly, CMG meteorologist Sam Champion.
As for pro partners, DWTS vets Lindsay Arnold and Sharna Burgess will not be competing this season, although the show is welcoming back Mark Ballas and Louis van Amstel, who last appeared in seasons 25 and 21, respectively.