A 29th season has not yet been officially announced by ABC, but that doesn’t mean “Dancing With the Stars” won’t be back for another turn on the glitzy dance floor. In fact, ABC themselves has seemingly reassured fans that they will in fact bring the series back once again in Fall 2020 by discussing the celebs they are eyeing for the cast.

After initially taking a year-long hiatus between Seasons 27 and 28, “DWTS” returned with one of their more impressive lineups in 2019 when it came to the celebrity contestants. Among the biggest names who participated were Lamar Odom, Sean Spicer, James Van Der Beek and comedian Kel Mitchell. Now, though ratings were still lower than usual for the show, it appears they are once again eyeing big names when it comes to the celebrities they try to attach to the show for the new season.

In an interview with Variety, Rob Mills, ABC Entertainment’s senior VP of alternative series, specials and late-night programming, revealed that after he turned the showdown for Season 28 because he was scared to try dancing, ABC is once again actively trying to convince Charlie Sheen to take a turn on the show.

“We’ve met with Charlie Sheen,” Mills told the publication. “I don’t think it’s a huge secret because he came out and talked about it, but I would still love Charlie Sheen to come on.”

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The Season 28 champs may have only been recently crowned, but casting is already underway for Season 29 of “Dancing With the Stars.” ABC?Eric McCandless

As for why the show would like to get Sheen on, Mills revealed that his honesty and vulnerability about his lack of dancing ability is a big part of the reason.

“I found him t be one of the nicest, most charming people,” he said. “He is just a born entertainer and I think people would love to see him, but it may not be for him. What I really found very sweet about him is he basically said, ‘I really don’t dance. I’ve got two left feet.’ So there’s a real sweetness and vulnerability, which would be really fun to showcase on the show.”

Mills also revealed that the show is once again eyeing Christie Brinkley, who was signed on for the show’s 28th season, but broke her wrist just days before the premiere and was forced to withdraw. She was replaced by her daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook instead, and Mills revealed that while letting her be in the audience was great, they’d still love to have her dance.

Another huge get the show is eyeing is Ryan Shazier, the former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker who was nearly-paralyzed in 2017 but has since learned to walk again.

A premiere date for Season 29 of “Dancing With the Stars” has not been announced.