Dancing With the Stars

Series Summary
Professional dancers pair with celebrities to train and compete in ballroom dancing.

Air Dates: 2005 - Present

Genres: Reality, Dance

Network: ABC

  • Season 23, Ep. 15 : Dancing With the StarsNov 22, 2016

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    All 13 couples from the season perform an opening number before the three finalists compete to be crowned "Dancing With the Stars" champion; musical performers include Vanilla Ice, Rick Perry, Andy Grammer and more.

  • Season 23, Ep. 14 : Dancing With the StarsNov 21, 2016

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    The remaining four couples each perform a redemption style and freestyle dance; one couple will be eliminated; Train performs.

  • Season 23, Ep. 13 : Dancing With the StarsNov 14, 2016

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    The remaining couples advance to the semifinals where they each perform one dance in a new style and a trio dance.

  • Season 23, Ep. 12 : Dancing With the StarsNov 7, 2016

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    The six remaining celebrities dance to Broadway musicals on showstoppers night; couples perform in the Team-Up Challenge, and one couple is eliminated; Idina Menzel, Leona Lewis, Mark Ballas and The Four Seasons perform.

  • Season 23, Ep. 11 : Dancing With the StarsOct 31, 2016

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    The remaining couples will perform an individual Halloween-themed routine.

ratings & reviews

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  • While mildly amusing, what the show lacks is charm. And humor. And tension. [2 Jun 2005] Show More

  • Dancing With the Stars is an improbable, goofy delight, more fun to watch than the bombastic American Idol for at least two reasons. The first: Unlike Idol wannabes, contestants on DWTS know they're amateurs. ... The second reason DWTS makes for better watching than American Idol is purely kinetic: Bad dancing is simply more fun to watch than bad singing is to listen to. Show More

  • Everything looks tacky: the set, the costumes, the lighting, the script (one host actually says, "The tension mounts") and above all the dancing, with its tiresome emphasis on tricks over human contact, or the dancing illusion thereof. Show More

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