ESPN will re-air the “Dancing with the Stars” show this fall for a second time on USA Network.
The original show, which aired from 1997 to 2000, will air on the network’s new streaming platform, Hulu.
The show is scheduled to return in 2018.
The season finale aired in June.
The “Dance with the Dragons” show, first aired in 1994, featured a female contestant who was also a professional dancer.
It aired for five seasons and featured a live audience.
USA Network said it will broadcast “Das Befunde” in a future season.
“DAS Befunge” is German for “Dinner with the Dragon,” and the show will return for a third season on July 25.
The premiere of “Dancers with the Balls” in 2014 had a different title, and its first season included a different contestant.
The 2018 season was announced by NBCUniversal, which owns NBCUniversal.
The network is re-releasing “Dasher” from a special episode of “Saturday Night Live” for the first time.
The special episode aired in 2016, and featured an original musical number.
Our fans will be delighted to see the return of the ‘Das Dancer,’ and we look forward to the upcoming season of ‘Dasher’ with a brand new season on the way.”