Well that’s a surprise Australia’s Got Talent will be back on our screens next year.
The show which was last seen on Nine in 2013 is casting as of today.
ustralia’s Got Talent believes no performance is too big or too small for its stage. This show honours everyone from the plucky amateur to the seasoned professional, with no age limits. If you or your act think you have something special to share please register your interest at www.australiasgottalent.com.au.
At the helm of Australia’s Got Talent for FremantleMedia Australia will be Executive Producer, Julie Ward. FremantleMedia Australia will be producing AGT in association with her production company, ZigZag TV. FremantleMedia Australia & Asia CEO, Ian Hogg, says: “Got Talent is a world-class format and Julie is a world-class creative. It’s a powerful combination.” Got Talent is the most successful entertainment format in the world today, with 63 productions globally. The studio component of Australia’s Got Talent will be based in Melbourne. Host and Judging announcements will be made in the coming months.
After a stellar start to the fourth season, attracting an average national audience of over two million after just six episodes,The Voice will return in 2016 to continue the search for Australia’s best singers.
Mark Fennessy, CEO of Shine Australia, said today: “The Voice is a certified global smash which continues to deliver outstanding ratings and a brilliant second-screen experience. Together with our partners at Nine, we’re delighted to commence work even earlier in building on that success in 2016.”
With more than 500 million viewers, The Voice is one of the world’s most successful entertainment formats. Applications for artists to be the 2016 Voice of Australia will open later in the year.
Nine Network’s Director of Television, Michael Healy, said: “We are thrilled to be bringing The Voice and Australia’s Got Talent to screens again in 2016. Working alongside Shine Australia and FremantleMedia, we look forward to continuing the success of these globally renowned formats here with Australian audiences.”