The popular series “America’s Got Talent” is getting a big spin-off.
“America’s Got Talent: All-Stars” is officially in the works thanks to a series order from US network NBC, per The Hollywood Reporter.
Similar to other ‘All-Stars’ programmes, “AGT: All-Stars” will bring back talent from its previous seasons. And with 17 seasons to date, producers will have plenty of options when deciding who to bring back.
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Return competitors will not only be past winners. The talent in “America’s Got Talent” will also consist of “finalists, fan favorites and viral sensations,” according to a press release issued Friday.
Executive producer and series creator Simon Cowell will join the spinoff as a judge alongside fellow “AGT” panelists Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Current “AGT” host Terry Crews will also take on hosting duties for “All-Stars.” Sofia Vergara, however, will not be joining the spin-off alongside her colleagues on the flagship series.
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“AGT: All-Stars” is set to start production this month with a premiere planned for sometime in 2023.
“America’s Got Talent” debuted on NBC in 2006 and has launched 70 other series around the world.