After a great deal of speculation over whether the series would return for a 31st season, “Dancing with the Stars” will return in the fall lineup…but not where fans expect.

The competition reality dance show will not return to ABC but will move over to the streaming service Disney+ as the first live streaming show on the service.  The show will be available for fans who subscribe to Disney+ in the United States and Canada.

The change is in preparation for ABC to begin airing NFL games on Monday night.

The series is currently scheduled to appear on Disney+ over the next two seasons.

Chairman of Disney Media and Entertainment Kareem Daniel spoke on the decision via a statement saying, “the show’s broad appeal, as well as the overwhelming popularity of its Disney-themed competition nights, make Disney+ the perfect home for ‘Dancing with the Stars’ while continuing to expand our demographic reach.”

The mystery as to whether or not the show will return has been solved, but the controversy about who will be hosting the show is still up in the air. 

As one of the producers for the show, Tyra Banks named herself as the host of the show two seasons ago after long time host Tom Bergeron and his co-host Erin Andrews were fired.  While ABC appears to believe that Banks is a good match for the show, fans have a decidedly different view of the issue and have been very vocal about wanting a change to the show when it comes to the hosting duties.