The hit competition series, “America’s Got Talent,” is about to receive a new spinoff. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has ordered a new All-Star-themed spinoff to long-running series titled, “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars.”
The new spinoff will showcase past contestants across the 17 seasons of “America’s Got Talent.”
‘America’s Got Talent: All-Stars’ In The Works At NBC
Executive producer and longtime judge Simon Cowell will be back to judge the show along with other veterans of the show, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. The All-Stars show is expected to feature “winners, finalists, fan favorites, and viral sensations” of years past for the series.
Current host Terry Crews, who has hosted the show since Season 14, will be hosting “All-Stars.” THR reports that only Sofia Vergara from the current crew will not be part of the “All-Stars” broadcasting team.
Production on the spinoff will reportedly start later this month. It’s expected to premiere later next year. Additionally, Deadline reports that auditions for the spinoff are already underway.
Cowell created the show and format for “America’s Got Talent,” which made its debut on NBC in 2006. The show has managed to last for 17 seasons and a massive 416 episodes. There are also 70 international editions of “Got Talent” all across the world.