Season 31 is set to air on September 31, when the show announced it was moving to Disney+. Tyra Banks has hosted Dancing With the Stars since season 29. However, due to the move to streaming, DWTS professionals are now expecting a huge pay cut this season.
The pros of DWTS have been told
The pros of DWTS have been told if they want to return in the upcoming season. So according to OK, he will face a huge cut in salary! magazine. When the show aired on ABC, according to an insider from the publication. Many professional dancers were receiving around $5,200 per episode. “As we at ABC continue to significantly expand our unscripted slate, this is a great opportunity to introduce the show in its entirety to a new generation of fans on Disney+,” she continued.
The new offer is only $1,600 per episode due to budget cuts
Now he reveals that the new offer is only $1,600 per episode due to budget cuts. A source told the publication: “With the show moving from networks to streaming, the budget has shrunk a lot. Sure, they would love to see more and more familiar professional dancers. But that’s not likely to happen then.” When the artist sees how big a cut is going to be in the salary.
The insider continued
The insider continued, “After all these years, fans of the show know the dancers better than the ‘stars’. But the new economics of the show have made it impossible to pay them the amount they have earned in the past.” Back in April, it was announced that the show would move to Disney+ after 30 seasons. DWTS dropped the ball on ABC and will make its way to Disney+ on Monday, September 19.
Revealing the major banging news, the show also announced
Revealing the major banging news, the show also announced that it was renewed for seasons 31 and 32. Its low ratings, its Disney-themed competition nights, its demographic reach. And because of the major backlash, Tyra Banks was removed from network TV. as host. Dana Walden, President of Entertainment at Walt Disney Television. said in the release that while DWTS has been a “dear staple on ABC,” it is time for a change.
Conrad Greene is returning as Showrunner Executive Producer
She confirmed that she would return to the judge’s table and fellow judges Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman, and Derek Hough are expected to return. Conrad Greene is returning as showrunner/executive producer, who ran the show from Seasons 1 to 18. Exactly what the changes will be is still unknown as Carrie Ann expectedly said: “Maybe there will be some things that will come along with the script. I think people are going to love it.