‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 31: Bindi Irwin, James Van Der Beek and More Appear in First Trailer (VIDEO) | Entertainment news

The Disney+ premiere Dancing with the stars not far away. The 31st season, which will go live on September 19, will be the first-ever reality show on the streaming service. Disney+ was the first to share Dancing with the stars The trailer for Season 31 airs on Monday, August 22, and features emotional moments from past seasons’ cast members.

Janelle Parrish, James Van Der Beek, Bindi Irwinand Jojo Siva these are just a few of the past participants who have shared the meaning of their time at the competition series. Irvine gets a lot of screen time when she sees snippets of an episode about her late father, Steve Irwinroll.

“The whole experience changed me a lot,” says Siva.

“For me, dance is always about emotions. He is so proud of you”, – with tears Carrie Ann Inaba says Irwin about the tribute to her father.

With emotional confessions from past contestants, it seems the trailer is meant to tell viewers not to worry about big changes – it’s still the same dance competition. There is also footage Tyra Banks and her co-host Alfonso Ribeiroas well as footage from his time on season 19, which he won with dance partner Whitney Carson.

Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tanioliand Derek Hough will return as judges for the upcoming 31st season work completely without ads. It is quite possible that Dancing with the stars Season 32 (already greenlit on Disney+) will air with commercials as the streaming platform launches Disney+ Basic on December 8. The monthly price of Disney+ Basic for subscribers will be cheaper than the new premium subscription ($7.99 vs. $10.99 per month) and will be an ad-supported service. By the time the service launches, season 31 will have already been completed.

Dancing with the stars produced in front of a live audience by the BBC Studios production department in Los Angeles. The biggest change in the new season will probably be the absence of commercial breaks. Disney+ is available as a standalone streaming service or as part of The Disney Bundle, which gives subscribers access to Disney+, Huluand ESPN+.

Dancing with the starsSeason 31 premieres Monday, September 19 on Disney+

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