It's official: Dancing With the Stars All-Stars is coming. For the show's 15th season, fan favorites from the past 14 seasons will compete for the chance to take the Dancing title, ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee said Tuesday on a conference call with reporters about the network's fall schedule.
The All-Stars edition is currently in the midst of casting and Lee wouldn't comment on specific contestants the network is hoping to bring back.
Dancing's results show will move up to 8/7c on Tuesdays, to make way for "an edgy, sophisticated, incredibly inappropriate comedy block," consisting of Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. After Dancing wraps in January, the comedy block with expand to include How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life) (a title Lee refers to as "our highest-testing title of the year") and The Family Tools.
8/7c: Dancing with the Stars 10/9c: CastleIn January:8/7c: The Bachelor
8/7c: Dancing with the Stars9/8c: Happy Endings
9:30/8:30c: Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 2310/9c: Private PracticeIn January:8/7c: How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (New)8:30/7:30c: The Family Tools (New)WEDNESDAY
8/7c: The Middle8:30/7:30c: Suburgatory9/8c: Modern Family9:30/8:30c: The Neighbors (New)10/9c: Nashville (New)THURSDAY
8/7c: Last Resort (New)9/8c: Grey's Anatomy10/9c: Scandal
8/7c: Shark Tank9/8c: Primetime: What Would You Do?10/9c: 20/20In November:8/7c: Last Man Standing8:30/7:30c: Malibu Country (New)9/8c: Shark Tank10/9c: Primetime: What Would You Do?
8/7c: Saturday Night College FootballSUNDAY
7/6c: America's Funniest Home Videos8/7c: Once Upon a Time9/8c: Revenge10/9c: 666 Park Avenue (New)