'Dancing with the Stars' to simulcast across both ABC and Disney+ for season 32

"Dancing with the Stars" is on the move once again.

May 2, 2023, 11:51 AM

"Dancing with the Stars" is on the move once again.

After airing one season exclusively on Disney+, "DWTS" is returning to ABC for its upcoming season 32, airing this fall.

The reality competition show will make history as the first series to simulcast across both ABC and Disney+, and will be available the next day on Hulu as well.

"Dancing with the Stars" originally ran for 30 seasons on ABC before it moved to Disney+ last year for season 31.

A photo of the Mirror ball trophy for "Dancing with the Stars," is seen here.
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Also changing for season 32 is the hosting lineup, as Tyra Banks announced in March she was exiting "DWTS" after just three seasons. Replacing her is Julianne Hough, a two-time Mirrorball champion and former judge.

Hough will co-host with "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" alum and fellow Mirrorball winner Alfonso Ribeiro, who joined the series last season.

It's still unclear whether anyone will take over for longtime judge Len Goodman, who retired last season after having been with the show since its premiere in 2005.

Goodman died last month at age 78 following a private battle with bone cancer.

Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough are set to return as judges for "DWTS" season 32.

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