Fremantle hit format Got Talent has been renewed for its seventh season in China. Part of the globally successful Got Talent format franchise, the new season of China’s Got Talent will be produced by Shanghai Canxing Culture and Media Co. Ltd.
Ganesh Rajaram, Fremantle’s General Manager and EVP Sales – Asia, said: “We are thrilled to be announcing the return of China’s Got Talent for a seventh season. The renewal is testament to the strength of the Got Talent brand in the region and its ability to entertain audiences across China.”
Iris Xia, Deputy General Manager, Star China Media, said: “China’s Got Talent is renowned for discovering new and incredible local talent. We are delighted to be a partner in bringing back this hugely successful talent show to Chinese audiences.”
Abi Doyle, VP International Productions, Syco Entertainment, said: “Got Talent is the world’s No.1 variety entertainment format and continues to entertain, break records and discover extraordinary new talent all over the world. We can’t wait to see the stars of the future which China’s Got Talent will find.”
This is the talent show with no age limit, no talent restrictions and no cultural boundaries. Acts ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous – in fact, anyone doing anything – are given the chance to win the hearts of a nation. At stake: a life-changing opportunity. Since its launch in 2006, this award-winning family show has been breaking audience ratings records everywhere and is now one of the most successful and progressively expanding entertainment brands in the business.
The Got Talent format was created by Simon Cowell and is co-owned by SYCO Entertainment and Fremantle.