After nine years at Dancing With the Stars, showrunner Conrad Green is packing up his dancing shoes.
Green will exit ABC's reality staple following its current 18th cycle and join Fox's Utopia, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Big Brother and The Amazing Race's Jon Kroll has also boarded the Fox social experiment.
Dancing With the Stars switched things up Monday -- and ruffled some sequins.
For the first time in DWTS history, ABC’s dance competition inter-swapped contestants and professional partners for episode four in “The Switch Up” and will combine the scores of weeks three and four with public votes for an elimination in week five.
Dancing With the Stars kicked off season 18 with new contestants, a new co-host and a new band.
Sportscaster and season-10 finalist Erin Andrews debuted as co-host alongside DWTS veteran Tom Bergeron Monday evening, with new bandleader Ray Chew, who replaced Harold Wheeler and his live orchestra, with a smaller live-performance group.
Dancing With the Stars unveiled the 12 new couples to compete on the series when it returns for its 18th season this month. One of the biggest names is returning pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy. The fan favorite is back, starting with the March 17 premiere, after a two-season absence.
ABC officially named Erin Andrews as the new co-host of Dancing With the Stars on Monday.
The Fox Sports reporter replaces Brooke Burke-Charvet, who was dropped less than a month before the show's March 17 premiere. She will join returning co-host Tom Bergeron on season 18 of the show, which debuts next month.
Veteran musician and orchestrator Ray Chew is joining Dancing With the Stars for its 18th season. His addition to the ABC/BBC Worldwide series comes within a week of news that longtime band leader Harold Wheeler had departed the show.
Series executive producer Conrad Green gave his first response to backlash from the musicians union, which slammed the firing of Wheeler as a move away from live music.
Following two weeks of dismal ratings for freshman drama Killer Women, ABC has shortened the run of the Sofia Vergara-produced drama and moved up the premiere for rookie Mind Games as part of its midseason schedule.
Mind Games, from EP Kyle Killen, originally was scheduled to bow March 11 at 10 p.m. and will now launch Feb. 25 at 10 p.m.
It's been another crazy year in reality TV. The Giudices and Gorgas' feud turned physical on The Real Housewives of New Jersey,BigBrother houseguests stirred up major controversy, and Survivor had only its second rock draw in history. The Hollywood Reporter runs down 10 of the most surprising moments from 2013.
Taking a red-eye from Los Angeles to New York just a few hours after her Dancing With the Stars victory did not slow Amber Riley down at all on Wednesday morning. The Glee alum continued her victory tour on Good Morning America, performing one of her winning dances.
Saved by the Bell alum ElizabethBerkley spoofed her former show on ABC's Dancing With the Stars on Monday night.
The actress, who played Jessie Spano on the 1989-93 series, re-created the memorable episode in which Jessie gets hooked on caffeine pills and starts overenthusiastically singing "I'm So Excited" as Zack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) tries to tell her she needs help.