Friday, August 23, 2019

All About Dancing With the Stars

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After last fall's controversial finale, Dancing With The Stars took a brief hiatus and skipped their standard spring season—they typically do two seasons a year—and fans have been itching for the Emmy-winning dance competition's return. Mirror ball enthusiasts breathed a collective sigh of relief when ABC confirmed that the show will premiere on Monday, September 16 at 8:00 PM. The program will be bigger and better than ever, with expected format changes to keep the audience on their toes and make the competition more about dancing. Details are slowly emerging, so here's everything we know about the upcoming 28th season.

When does season 28 of Dancing With The Stars air?

Dancing With The Stars and Mondays are near synonymous at this point, since the show has aired on Mondays since its fourth season, and the show typically runs its fall season between Labor Day and Thanksgiving. This year is no different: DWTS is set to premiere at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, September 16 on ABC.

ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke revealed that this year they're “going after bigger stars than we have in a long time." And that certainly proved to be true. See the full list below:
Karamo Brown
Hannah Brown
Lauren Alaina
James van der Beek
Ray Lewis
Kate Flannery
Ally Brooke
Lamar Odom
Kel Mitchell
Sean Spicer
Christie Brinkley
Mary Wilson

How can I watch Dancing With The Stars?

Diehard Dancing fans without cable access can watch the show the day after it airs on Hulu, and you can sign up for a 30-day free trial on their website. Those who want to watch the show as it airs live can catch it with a Hulu + Live TV account, as well.

With a cable login, fans can check out the series online with ABC’s Go Watch Live , or use the ABC app on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Smart TVs, or Roku. With your cable login, you can also watch the episodes on ABC.com, and if you don't have one, you'll be able to watch episodes a week after they air.

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