The 31st season of Dancing With the Stars started on Disney+ on September 19 with an all-star lineup, including Jordin Sparks, Jessie James Decker, Shangela, Charli D’Amelio, and more.
Tyra Banks returns as host alongside Alfonso Ribeiro as co-host. Longtime judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Derek Hough are all returning.
Find out how to watch Dancing With the Stars and everything else you need to know by reading below.
Dancing With the Stars Release Date & Time
Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on Disney+, new episodes of Dancing With the Stars premiere. On Monday’s (November 7) program, the stars will celebrate ’90s Night with music from Salt-N-Pepa, EnVogue, Vanilla Ice, and Kid ‘N Play. If you’re not already subscribed, click the link below to begin your Disney+ subscription.
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How to Stream Dancing With the Stars for Free Online
Those with Disney+ can watch Dancing With the Stars without commercial interruptions and at no additional cost. Disney+ also permits many users to simultaneously stream under a single account (on up to four devices).
You can approach a third party, such as Verizon or American Express, for a free trial of Disney+ or the Disney+ bundle.
Dancing With the Stars Season 31 Cast
This season, Shangela, Sparks, Decker, Selma Blair, Wayne Brady, Trevor Donovan, Daniel Durant, Jason Lewis, Sam Champion, Joseph Baena, Gabby Windey, Cheryl Ladd, Charli and Heidi D’Amelio, Teressa Giudice, Vinny Guadagnino competed for the mirrorball trophy. Lewis, Guidice, Champion, Decker, Ladd, Baena, and Sparks have been eliminated thus far, while Blair was forced to withdraw due to multiple sclerosis-related health problems.