Dancing with the Stars and its new spinoff, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, have both had their fall premiere dates announced by ABC.

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The network has announced the 27th season of Dancing with the Stars will premiere with a two-hour episode on Monday, September 24 at 8PM ET/PT.

In addition, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors is scheduled to debut Sunday, October 7 from 8-10PM ET/PT.

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ABC revealed the premieres as part of the network's unveiling of its 2018 fall premiere dates.

No further details were disclosed about the new season of Dancing with the Stars, however, the previous edition was hosted by Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews as well as judged by Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman.

The 26th season of Dancing with the Stars was an all-athletes edition that ran for only one month and concluded in May 2018.

Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon and his professional partner, Jenna Johnson, were declared the winners of Dancing with the Stars: Athletes, with Josh Norman and pro Sharna Burgess finishing in second place.

Disgraced former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding and her pro partner, Sasha Farber, claimed third place on Season 26.

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As for Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, the new spinoff will pair celebrity kids with professional junior ballroom dancers to perform choreographed routines for a panel of ballroom experts, which has yet to be revealed.

Back in May, ABC announced Dancing with the Stars and its new Juniors edition would debut in Fall 2018.
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The network had ordered Dancing with the Stars: Juniors back in Spring 2017, seemingly following in the footsteps of shows such as MasterChef Junior and So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation by adding an edition starring children.