How to watch ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 29, new host Tyra Banks: Celebrity dancers, TV, time, stream

When does Dancing with the Stars 2020 start? Where is it streaming?

Dancing with the Stars Season 29 shakes things up with supermodel businesswoman Tyra Banks taking over hosting duties from Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews and a dazzling array of celebrity dancers competing for the Mirror Ball trophy.

Episode 1, “2020 Premiere,” will be broadcast on Monday, September 14, 2020 (9/14/2020), and fans will meet the new cast of celebrity dancers — including “Tiger King’s" Carole Baskin and rapper Nelly — and their professional partners for the first time. They’ll also get their first taste of Banks' hosting style. Here’s a preview:

What time does “Dancing with the Stars” Season 29 premiere?

Dancing with the Stars 2020 airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET on Monday, September 14, 2020.

What TV channel does “Dancing with the Stars” air on?

DWTS will air on local ABC channels. In the Syracuse, NY, area, on WSYR-TV, Channel 9.

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast XfinitySpectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, CoxDIRECTV, Dish

Where can I live stream “DWTS” online?

You can watch the full season premiere, live, on Hulu + Live TV, which is available on Amazon FireApple and Android devices, Apple TVChromecastPS4RokuXbox One, and more. 

The episode will also be available on fuboTV in select markets*.

*Note: WSYR-TV is not available on fuboTV in Central NY.

Who are the celebrity dancers in season 29?

The full cast list for Dancing with the Stars season 29 is below. Click each name for a bio from ABC.

Monica Aldama, “CHEER” head coach

Carole Baskin, animal activist featured in “Tiger King”

Kaitlyn Bristowe, “Bachelorette” from season 24

Vernon Davis, Super Bowl champion

Anne Heche, TV and film actress

Skai Jackson, Disney Channel actress

Justina Machado, actress from “One Day at a Time”

AJ McLean, Backstreet Boys singer

Jeannie Mai, Emmy Award-winning host of “The Real” and sideline correspondent on “Holey Moley

Jesse Metcalfe, TV and film actor

Nelly, GRAMMY-winning rapper

Nev Schulman, host of TV’s “Catfish”

Charles Oakley, NBA superstar

Chrishell Stause, - Actress from “Selling Sunset”

Johnny Weir, Olympic figure skater and on-air commentator

The list of professional dancers this season includes:

Brandon Armstrong

Alan Bersten

Sharna Burgess

Cheryl Burke

Artem Chigvintsev

Val Chmerkovskiy

Sasha Farber

Jenna Johnson

Daniella Karagach

Keo Motsepe

Peta Murgatroyd

Pasha Pashkov

Gleb Savchenko

Emma Slater

Britt Stewart

While former host Bergeron will not be returning, he does seem to still be following the show. Earlier this month, DWTS tweeted a promo for the show featuring Banks, which Bergeron recreated on his own at home.

Judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli will return as well.

What is Hulu + Live TV?

Hulu + Live TV is an over-the-top internet live TV streaming service that offers more than 65 live streaming channels, like ESPN, FS1, YES Network and news, entertainment and local channels beyond that. It also offers DVR storage space, and is designed for people who want to cut the cord, but still don’t want to miss out on their favorite live TV.

It includes the all the basic Hulu programming as well.

Hulu + Live TV is accessible on Amazon FireAppleAndroidChromecastRoku and Apple TV.

How much does Hulu + Live TV cost?

The service is available for $54.99 and includes more than 65 channels, 50 hours of DVR space and can be used on two screens at once. Add-ons are available to add more DVR space, premium networks like HBO and Cinemax and additional screens.


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