“Dancing With the Stars” will be back soon … albeit a bit harder to find.
The show has set Sept. 19 as its debut date on the Disney+ streaming service. That follows 30 seasons on ABC.
It arrives alongside other Disney+ shows, some scripted (“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,” shown here in its previous comic-book form, and the second “Mighty Ducks” season) and some with star explorers, young (Bertie Gregory) and not (James Cameron). The schedule, announced today, includes:
— Aug. 18: “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” debut. Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) plays a sort of typical TV character – young, single, with a complicated life – except that she sometimes transforms into a green, 6-foot-7, super-powered hulk. The nine-episode run includes Mark Ruffalo as “Smart Hulk” and Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky, alternately known as The Abomination.
— Sept. 8: “Growing Up” debut. It’s a non-fiction series, with each of the 10 half-hours tracing the coming-of-age story for a different person, ages 18-22.
— Sept. 8: “Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory.” The National Geographic star, 29, tackles various adventures, from Antarctica to Zambia.
— Sept. 19: “Dancing with the Stars” slides to the streaming world. Tyra Banks and Alfonso Ribeiro host, with a judging panel of Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli.
— Sept. 21: “Super/Natural” debut. Cameron – the “Titanic” and “Avatar” creator — produces this series, which uses high-tech devices to see the natural world. Benedict Cumberbatch narrates.
— Sept. 28: “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” starts its second season. Lauren Graham takes her young team to a summer hockey program run by a hard-core former pro, played by Josh Duhamel.