‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32: How to Watch & Stream the Show from Anywhere

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Back to the ballroom! Dancing With the Stars returns with a new episode on Tuesday (Oct. 3).

The series launched its 32nd season on Sept. 26, with a star-studded cast that includes Tyson Beckford, Ariana Madix, Alyson Hannigan, Jamie Lynn Spears, Jason Mraz and more.

Alfonso Ribiero returns as host this season alongside new co-host Julianne Hough. Also returning: longtime judges Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Derek Hough.

See below for everything you need to know and how to watch and stream Dancing With the Stars.

How to Watch Dancing With the Stars Season 32 on Disney+

Dancing With the Stars airs on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC and simulcasts on Disney+. New episodes premiere on Tuesdays via ABC and Disney+. Episodes from previous seasons are also streaming on Disney+. If you’re not subscribed, launch your subscription here or click below.


Unfortunately, the Disney+ dealsaving you 75% off the monthly subscription for three months — isn’t available anymore. But there are still ways to save on your Disney subscription. For example, join Hulu + Live TV and enjoy live television, Hulu and Disney+ for just $49.99/month.

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The special promo saves you $60 over three months and you get to stream over 90 channels including ABC, ESPN, MTV and more. But you don’t have much time left — the deal ends on Oct. 11.

Or, subscribe to the Disney+ bundle and add Hulu and ESPN+ for one low price. If you’d rather pay per year, subscribe to the Disney+ Premium annual plan ($119.99) and get 12 months of Disney+ for the price of 10 months. 

What else is streaming on Disney+? As the main streaming home for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic, Disney+ provides thousands of hours of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, including concert specials, movies and shows such as the new season of Loki, premiering on Oct. 5. Other movies and shows streaming on Disney+ include The Little Mermaid, Elemental, Ashoka, I Am Groot, Secret Invasion, Elton John Live: From Dodger Stadium, Hocus Pocus 2, BTS: Permission to Dance – LA, She-Hulk, Obi-Wan Kenobi, High School Musical: The Musical Series and Andor.

How to Watch Dancing With the Stars for Free

Where can you watch Dancing With the Stars for free? Purchasing a TV antenna is an affordable way to access ABC and other channels, but if you need streaming options that don’t require you to pay up front, subscribe to a free trial from DirecTV or Fubo.

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You’ll get access to 75+ channels starting for just $65/month with DirecTV and $75/month for Fubo. Plus, DVR recordings and streaming on demand. Stream on your TV, computer or another compatible device, and if you want to watch DWTS from outside of the U.S., try ExpressVPN or NordVPN to access channels and streaming platforms internationally.

Who Is in the Dancing With the Stars Season 32 Cast

A total of 14 contestants including Mraz, Beckford, Madix, Hannigan, Spears, Xochitl Gomez, Harry Jowsey, Charity Lawson, Adrian Peterson, Lele Pons, Mauricio Umansky, Matt Walsh, Mira Sorvino and Barry Williams, will compete for the mirrorball trophy this season.

Walsh was eliminated during the premiere, which featured an opening dance number to Dua Lipa’s hit single “Levitating” choreographed by Luam, whose credits include Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé, Janelle Monae and Travis Scott.

The celebrity contestants and pros performed the cha cha, foxtrot, salsa, tango, jive and more during the premiere. The episode included the debut of the Lynn Goodman Mirrorball Trophy in honor of former DWTS judge, Lynn Goodman, who passed away in April.

For the season premiere, contestants danced to an eclectic playlist of songs including “Rock Your Body” by Justin Timberlake, “Yeah!” by Usher, “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” by P!nk and other dancing songs. Mraz earned a top score of 21 points after dancing to his own song, “I Feel Like Dancing.”

The singer landed one of the night’s highest scores coming in just below Lawson, whose tango wowed the judges and earned her 22 points, the top score of the night. Madix, who performed in a version of her Vanderpump Rules reunion dress, earned 21 points.

Tonight’s episode will celebrate Latin heritage in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. The pros will perform an opening number to “DESPECHÁ,” by Rosalía, choreographed by pro dancers Daniella Karagach and Pasha Pashkov.

In celebration of “Latin Night,” contestants will salsa, samba, cha, cha and tango to songs from Shakira, Enrique Iglesias, Rick Martin and other Latin recording artists. Lawson will perform the cha, cha to Martin’s “She Bangs,” alongside a new dance partner, Ezra Sosa, after her partner, Artem Ch igvintsev, tested positive for COVID on Tuesday.

Mraz will perform the rumba to “Quizás, Quizás, Quizás” by Andrea Bocelli featuring Jennifer Lopez. Madix will perform a samba to “Me Porto Bonito” by Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone; Spears will cha cha to Pitbull’s “Shake Senora” and Peterson will samba to “Taki Taki” by DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B.

Check the video below to watch a behind-the-scenes preview of DWTS.

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