'Dancing With the Stars' Season 29 Is Officially Coming Back This Fall

'Dancing With the Stars' Season 29 Is Officially Coming Back This Fall
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 29 Is Officially Coming Back This Fall
Kayla Keegan

From Good Housekeeping

The battle for the coveted Mirrorball trophy continues this fall when Dancing With the Stars returns to ABC.

The long-running competition show will grace our TV screens once again for the 29th (!) time since first premiering in June 2005. So far, it sounds like you can expect all of your favorite judges — Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli — to come back, as well as co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.

Here's what else we know about the new season of Dancing With the Stars begins in the fall of 2020:

When is the Dancing With the Stars season 29 start date?

In the past, fall installments of the ABC show have typically run from the middle of September through late November. While there's a good chance that'll be the case for season 29, we'll have to wait and see when ABC sets a premiere date. Of course, we will update this post once we know more.

Photo credit: Eric McCandless
Photo credit: Eric McCandless

Who will be in the Dancing With the Stars 2020 cast?

We don't yet have the full cast lineup to share (that will likely be announced later this summer on Good Morning America). That said, we do know of one celebrity who has signed on for season 29: TVLine reports that Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe will be putting on her dancing shoes this fall.

Will she be as good as fellow Bachelorette star and season 28 winner Hannah Brown? Only time (and her foxtrot skills) will tell.

How can I watch the new season of Dancing With the Stars?

Dancing With the Stars will air Monday nights live on ABC from 8 to 10 p.m. ET.

But you have plenty of other options as well. First, the show will be available on ABC’s Go Watch Live service, which you can access with your cable login info. Just note that the live streaming feature is only accessible in certain locations, so check out ABC’s website for more details.

Photo credit: Eric McCandless
Photo credit: Eric McCandless

Alternatively, you can tune in on the ABC app, available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Android TV, Samsung smart TV, and Roku devices.

Apart from that, you can watch episodes a week after they air without using your TV provider account on ABC.com. Lastly, you can catch the dance show in real time using your Hulu + Live TV account (you can try a week out for free).


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