"Dancing With the Stars" has found a new home.
After airing on ABC for 30 seasons, the hit reality competition show is moving to Disney+.
The show will be the first live series to debut on the streaming service.
"'Dancing with the Stars' has entertained fans for 16 years on ABC, and we are excited to bring this beloved show exclusively to Disney+ as the platform’s first-ever live series," Kareem Daniel, the chairman of Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution, said in a statement.
"The show’s broad appeal, as well as the overwhelming popularity of its Disney-themed competition nights, make Disney+ the perfect home for ‘Dancing with the Stars’ while continuing to expand our demographic reach," Daniel's statement continued.
An Instagram post announcing the move was liked by tens of thousands of fans, and earned "praise hands" from dancer Witney Carson, who said, "Huge!" Other dancing pros also replied with their support.
"Dancing With the Stars," which premiered in 2005, has earned multiple Emmys and its fall 2021 run, hosted by co-executive producer Tyra Banks, ranked among the top five unscripted series in the 18-49 demographic.
The series received a two-season pickup, but the premiere date for season 31 on Disney+ has not been announced yet.
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