What day and time will 'Dancing With The Stars' Season 31 release? And everything else you need to know about Disney+ dance reality show

Disney+ has renewed 'Dancing With the Stars' for two more seasons, and season 31 will be ad-free this fall

What day and time will 'Dancing With The Stars' Season 31 release? And everything else you need to know about Disney+ dance reality show
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: It's nearly time for a new season of 'Dancing with the Stars' to enliven our fall TV nights. Season 31 of the reality competition show has a new co-host in the ballroom, among other changes.It's been a long year since 'Dancing with the Stars' has been on the air, but the Disney + show is back for another season. When we last saw Daniella Karagach, she had just won her first Mirror Ball Trophy with companion Iman Shumpert. Before we can forecast the season's winner, we must first know all the season's key elements. Some revelations will have to wait until the season begins, but here's all we know so far about Season 3

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When does 'Dancing with the Stars' release?

'Dancing With The Stars' Season 31 will premiere on Monday, September 19, 2022.

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How can I watch 'Dancing with the Stars'?

The season premieres on Disney + as the first live-streaming reality competition program in the United States – and we get two hours of commercial-free viewing. That's a historic moment, therefore it should be an exciting season!

Who's starring in 'Dancing with the Stars'?

This season of 'Dancing With the Stars,' there will be a new co-host. In addition to Tyra Banks, Alfonso Ribeiro (who won Season 19 with pro-Witney Carson) will take the stage with the supermodel. Tyra hosted the competition alone for the final two seasons on a set designed for a hosting duo. Perhaps having another emcee to share the responsibility would allow Tyra to rush to the top of the steps for chats or keep up with those intricate outfit changes even without ad breaks.

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The judges, who include the gifted Derek Hough, the over-the-top Bruno Tonioli, the tough-but-fair Carrie Ann Inaba, and the mean-mugging Len Goodman, are also returning. Pasha Pashkov, Daniella Karagach, Brandon Armstrong, Artem Chigvintsev, Witney Carson, and Cheryl Burke will be among the pros this season, with more to be revealed. Sharna Burgess and Lindsay Arnold have declared that they will not be returning for the upcoming season.

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Official cast announcements for the show's contestants were made on September 8.

Joseph Baena, a fitness model and Arnold Schwarzenegger's son, is paired with dance partner Daniella Karagach. Selma Blair, star of 'Legally Blonde' and 'Cruel Intentions,' can be seen with dancing partner Sasha Farber. 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' and 'Let's Make a Deal?' ' star, Wayne Brady takes on Witney Carson as his dance partner. Sam Champion, a 'Good Morning America' contributor, and New York weather reporter will be waltzing with dance partner Cheryl Burke. Charli D'Amelio, star of 'The D'Amelio Show' and TikToker, will dance with Mark Ballas. Heidi D'Amelio, Charli's mother, will also join the stage with dance partner Artem Chigvintsev. Jessie James Decker, a country music artist, is matched with dance partner Alan Bersten. Trevor Donovan from '90210' will be dancing with his partner Emma Slater. Daniel Durant, star of 'CODA,' will be performing with his dance partner Britt Stewart. Teresa Giudice, star of 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey,' is teamed with her dancing partner Pasha Pashkov. Vinny Guadagnino of 'Double Shot at Love' and 'Jersey Shore: Family Vacation' will share fist bumps with dance partner Koko Iwasaki. Cheryl Ladd, from 'Charlie's Angels,' will be dancing with Louis van Amstel. Jason Lewis, star of 'Sex and the City,' can be seen dancing with partner Peta Murgatroyd. Shangela, from 'We're Here' and 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' is paired with dancing partner Gleb Savchenko. Jordin Sparks, winner of 'American Idol,' will compete with dance partner Brandon Armstrong. Finally, 'The Bachelorette' star Gabby Windey will be seen with a man who was not on the dating show during her season, dancing partner Val Chmerkovskiy. Fans will have to tune in to see which new stars will show off their latent rhythmic abilities (or lack thereof).

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What is 'Dancing with the Stars' all about?

One of the longest-running shows in television history, 'Dancing With The Stars' pairs pro dancers with a mix of celebs, actors, influencers, singers, etc. Basically, persons from the entertainment industry who do not dance professionally compete to win the coveted Mirror Ball trophy. Over a course of around 11 weeks, the pairs are made to perform various dance styles to bag judges' scores along with fan votes to stay in the completion. Eliminations, challenges, and redemptions are all part of the journey to the finale, which sees one winner emerge as the best dancer. Season 31 too, will as usual follow the same pattern.

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What is the buzz around 'Dancing with the Stars'?

Disney+ has signed up 'Dancing with the Stars' for two seasons, and Season 31 will be ad-free this fall. Disney recently revealed that an ad-supported version of the streaming site would be available beginning December 8, although 'DWTS' usually crowns a champion before then to avoid interfering with Season 31. Disney has yet to determine whether Season 32 will remain ad-free or return to its commercial ways.

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