Dancing With the Stars returns to ABC for Season 32. Reason explored

new season of DWTS will stream on ABC

Dancing With the Stars is coming back to ABC in 2023 with Season 32. ABC’s parent company Disney announced in April 2022 that DWTS would move to Disney+ for two seasons to become “the first live series to exclusively debut on a streaming service.” The move was made to bring more subscriptions to Disney+ and increase the platform’s weekly usage.

However, the network is bringing back the show to its original audience after just one year.

According to news, fans subscribed to Disney+ have nothing to worry about, as the show will not leave the portal, and stream simultaneously with ABC. The episodes will be available the next day on Hulu, and stream on-demand on Disney+. Therefore, the show will be available on all three portals.

Dancing With the Stars will stream on both ABC and Disney+

According to Vulture, the change comes after Robert Iger returned as Disney CEO last year. Since then, Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution (DMED) division that decided to put the show exclusively on Disney+ has been liquidated and decisive powers have returned to the creative leads at various Disney business units. The business unit leads have chosen to bring DWTS back to ABC.

Although, since the show might have picked up viewers on Disney+ in its last season, authorities have decided to stream the show on the platform as well. Additionally, subsription users will also have access to the episode library that they can access anytime they wish.

The news was confirmed by DWTS’ Twitter account after they retweeted Derek Hough’s video announcing the change.

Another significant development regarding the show is that Julianne Hough has joined Alfonso Ribeiro as a co-host. Hough has long been part of the show, first as a dancer and then as a judge. While talking about his new role in the show, Hough said:

“Well, honestly, it’s full circle being able to come back from being a dancer to a judge and now co-hosting with Alfonso. It’s amazing. Honestly, it’s just family again. I’m just excited. I can’t wait to see everybody back on the dance floor and just get our groove on.”

Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Derek Hough will serve as the show’s judges after Tyra Banks took exit after the last season. The show also lost Len Goodman who judged DWTS from the first episode. The ballroom legend passed away in hospice on April 22 at the age of 78. He was suffering from bone cancer and was surrounded by family at the time of his death.

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