“Dancing With the Stars” may not currently be on the air at ABC, but the beloved dance show still has a home at the network.

The reality competition series is heading into its 28th season, and while specific details about what will happen remain under wraps, there have been a few clues about what fans of the show can expect when it comes back. Here’s everything we know so far about Season 28.

The Show Is Coming Back...

150880_EM2_8121 “Dancing With the Stars” is officially coming back for Season 28.

After some doubt about the show’s status following an announcement that it was taking a hiatus during Spring 2019 for the first time in its history, fans were able to breathe a sigh of relief that the show hadn’t been canceled after ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke revealed during the Winter Press Tour that it would, in fact, be coming back.

...But It Really Isn’t Returning Until The Fall

At the press tour, Burke confirmed the show was returning in the fall, which had been previously stated by others involved with the show. Host Tom Bergeron took to social media after it had been announced the show wasn’t coming back in the Spring to state that it would still come around in September. His comments were later echoed by others involved with the show.

It May (Or May Not) Be The Last Season

150880_EM2_7861 There are rumors that Season 28 will be the last one for “Dancing With the Stars.”

Following the news the show wasn’t coming back in the Spring, speculation ran wild about its status, and sources even told Us Weekly in December that there was some talk of Season 28 being the show’s last, and that if that were the case they wanted to bring back some of the show’s original pros, like Karina Smirnoff, Mark Ballas and Derek Hough.

However that same idea has been refuted by those involved with the show, Reigning champ Sharna Burgess told ET that same month that she felt the show was going to be around for years to come, while judge Carrie Ann Inaba told Huffington Post that she felt it would at least be around to see a 30th season, if not more.

“Let’s hope we at least make it to [Season] 30. And then from there—wherever!” she said.

Burle also seemed to suggest the show was far from over, stating that they were “in talks” about the series returning to a two-cycle a year show again in the future.

Celebrity Names Are Already Being Floated For A Cast

Though the show is definitely going to be back in the Fall, fans shouldn’t expect a confirmed cast announcement until at least late Summer. That still hasn’t stopped some from throwing their names into the ring as contenders though. Dina Lohan, who just finished a stint on “Celebrity Big Brother,” told ET she would love to be on the show and it would be a dream come true if she was.

Lohan told ET that she was inspired by her “CBB” castmates—Ryan Lochte, Jonathan Bennett, Lolo Jones, Joey Lawrence and Tamar Braxton had all previously competed on the show in the past.

“I want to do ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ you heard it here,” she said. “Everyone on the show has done it. So, it was so cool, they were telling me all about it. I was like, ‘I’ve wanted to do that for so long.’”

For Now, The Voting System Hasn’t Changed

150880_EM1_5779 A change in the voting process currently isn’t planned for Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars.”

It’s unclear what will happen in terms of the show’s voting system, which fans felt should be changed after Bobby Bones was crowned as the Season 27 winner, will go through an overhaul before Season 28. It seems unlikely the show would change the system, which has been in place from the show’s beginnings, but a final decision has not been made.

“Dancing with the Stars” returns to ABC in the Fall. A specific premiere date has not been announced.