Dancing With The Stars Season 30 Updates: Dancing With The Stars has arrived at its 30th Season over 15 years with hundreds of celebrities and a wide range of scores.
It will be shocking to hear that the show first premiered on June 1, 2005, 16 years back. And it is expected that in 2022, this dance series will achieve the milestone with new stars, dances, and an even bigger judging panel.
Dancing With The Stars was officially renewed on March 30. Season 29 witnesses eight�ll in viewership but slightly improved in 18-49 demo. But it considers how much the series has collected for the network and its success in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
And regarding this, it’s not a surprise that Dancing With The Stars has been renewed. Dancing With The Stars Season 30 will be aired on September 20, 2021. ABC has announced the premiere date on July 15 as the network’s overall fall lineup part.
Dancing With The Stars Season 30 Announcement
The biggest shocking news for Dancing With The Stars Season 30 was blacklisting longtime hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews and the temporary hiring of Tyra Banks.
As the host and creator of America’s Next Top Model did not react in her debut season, Tyra gained confidence as the season passed. As the renewal was announced, producers confirmed that Tyra, an executive producer, would return as a host.
The entire cast of the Season has not been announced yet, but ABC revealed the first two cast members at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. Jojo Siwa, Suni Lee, Country Singer Jimmie Allen, Spice Girl Melanie C, Christine Chiu, Brian Austin Green, Melora Hardin, Olivia Jade, Matt James, Amanda Kloots, Martin Kove, Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, Kenya Moore, Cody Rigsby, and Iman Shumpert are all expected to return in Season 30.
ABC also announced the return of two fan-favorite judges on August 26. Len Goodman, who missed the opportunity due to COVID restrictions, and Derek Hough, who was filled against Len, will be returning for the judging panel of the 30th Season.
They will join longtime judges, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba. It is not officially declared, but if ABC follows prior seasons, it will air in its two-hour slot on Monday nights.
Stay tuned for more updates.