Steve Harvey's daytime series 'STEVE' coming to Epcot March 2018

Feb 08, 2018 in "EPCOT"

Posted: Thursday February 8, 2018 3:11pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Steve Harvey's daytime series 'STEVE' is traveling to Walt Disney World Resort for an all-new week of shows set to air March 19 - 23 2018.

'STEVE' will be recorded March 9 -11 before a live studio audience from Epcot at Walt Disney World.

The week will feature celebrity families and couples including The Bella Twins, Eric Christian Olsen and Sarah Wright Olsen, Tracey Edmonds and Deion Sanders, Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker as well as celebrities Josh Henderson, Terry Crews and more.

True to 'STEVE' form, these special episodes will be filled with exciting games, prizes and giveaways. Viewers will learn about an incredible summer in store for Walt Disney World guests, which includes the opening of Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

One deserving couple will even get the wedding of a lifetime after their hometown wedding landed the bride in the hospital. Throughout the week, the couple’s family and friends will help celebrate with all things Disney to make the couple’s dreams come true.

Steve will also proudly honor students from the 2018 Class of Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and Essence Magazine. Disney Dreamers Academy is an annual empowerment program featuring 100 select high school students from across the country who are looking to dream big and learn how to put dreams into action. The academy aims to prepare students for the future by developing networking and interviewing skills and showcasing a variety of career opportunities.

This is the first time the show has visited Walt Disney World and the first time the show has filmed from a remote location since its premiere this past fall.

To attend a 'STEVE' recording at Walt Disney World, visit

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disney4life2008Mar 11, 2018

Confirmed. They had a viewing area that kept the flow of traffic well. The festival was nice earlier it wasn't too crowded. I did see deion Sanders eating at one of the booths lol

BoltMar 11, 2018

I was at Epcot today checking out the festival - it didn't disrupt the day at all. Just walked by it.

disney4life2008Mar 10, 2018

Actually no one really cared. Guests would stop and look but would keep walking. The audience inside was only about 100 if that. And it looked like they were there the entire day.

disney4life2008Mar 10, 2018

Interviews with Deion Sanders and Tracy Edmonds. The Disney Dream Academy by Steve Harvey is also at epcot today. Plus tons of school graduation classes.

trojanjustinFeb 11, 2018

The memo he wrote his staff at the beginning of last season made national headlines for how rude it was. It's one thing to have security or an assistant, so people aren't barging in your dressing room but his demands crossed the line. They have done many national talk show tapings from Walt Disney World, Rosie O'Donnell in the mid-90s and early '00s was there a few times - they shot at the then-outdoors Tarzan Rocks theater and Theater of the Stars (Beauty & the Beast). Regis & Kathy Lee were often at American Gardens Theater.

Dutch Inn '76Feb 11, 2018

There sure is a lot of anger on this board - and I just don't get it. I stopped reading and posting on the DIS because of the same reason. It's very discouraging to see that the same thing happens over here. A medium-sized celebrity is doing a show from WDW. It'll be interesting to be there at the same time as the taping, if nothing else. Why all the hate?

Captain BarbossaFeb 11, 2018

We coming at you live from universal, wait what?

Sans SouciFeb 11, 2018

I'd rather drive a limo than host a game show like this:

TDLFanFeb 11, 2018

I work in the industry and hear nothing but horror stories about how rude and arrogant he is. Had a limo driver tell me that once he picked him up from the airport and he yelled at him the entire time about not being more successful in life and having to resort to driving a limo. I have more respect for the charred remains of the Iago animatronic than that guy.

TeriofTerrorFeb 10, 2018

His extreme prejudice against atheists is enough to ensure I'm not a fan.

bcoachableFeb 10, 2018

Grace His Disney dreamers thing he does is pretty much a step in the opposite direction of his comedy routines of yesteryear... We all tend to grow up (don’t we?!!!) (wish my bank account grew up like his too)

homerdanceFeb 10, 2018

Glad they are ok with his early stand up routines.

AaronardoFeb 10, 2018

Don't worry, Disney -- we know you have no idea what to do with Epcot. You don't have to hide it.

John park hopperFeb 10, 2018

Steve Harvey ---Who?