What day and time will 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 release? And everything else you need to know
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: Will 'America's Got Talent' be canceled or be renewed for Season 18 on NBC? Of course, fans might have these questions. We know that the show has been a fan favorite for the past several years and has been garnering plaudits from global audiences each season.
In Season 17 of the show, we saw an intriguing palette of talented aspiring artists from all across the globe. These artists wowed both audiences and judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara, and Howie Mandel, throughout the summer, ever since the first episode aired. Because of this, the bar of excellence has only gone up by several notches year after year. After thoroughly assessing all 54 talented performers throughout the past many weeks in 'AGT' Season 17, the judges chose their final 11 contenders who competed in the finale on Wednesday, September 14. The reality show created history again as the Lebanese dance group, Mayyas, were crowned winners this season. Pole dancer Kristy Sellars finished in the second position. Sam Cieri finished in the third position. After this path-breaking season that kept global audiences captivated all of summer, fans will have to wait and see if NBC will renew the reality show for season 18 or not.
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When does 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 release?
'America's Got Talent' has not been canceled or renewed for Season 18 as of September. However, it could premiere globally sometime in summer 2023. Stay tuned for further information.
How can I watch 'America's Got Talent' Season 18?
You can watch 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 on NBC when it premieres globally. Fans who do not have access to the channel should not worry, as they can also watch it on DIRECTV, Fubo TV, Peacock, Comcast Xfinity, and Dish. Besides, whenever the show globally premieres, you can also vote to get your favorite contestants in the finale via NBC’s website and the official AGT app.
Who are the contestants in 'America's Got Talent' Season 18?
The list of contestants auditioning for the show in summer 2023 has not been revealed yet. As soon as the names are out, we will be updating this space.
What is 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 all about?
Like previous seasons, even Season 18 of the talent hunt reality show 'America's Got Talent', is based on giving amateur and aspiring artists a global platform to showcase their talent in front of audiences and fans. The show has been garnering plaudits for its ability to showcase the finest performers and entertainers. Especially after Season 17 got the best of talent from across the globe, it will be interesting to see which contestants have the grit and drive to make their dreams of winning the show a reality in the next season.
What is the latest buzz around 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 on NBC?
As of now, dates for Season 18 are not out yet. However, according to an and NBC.com article in June, the official auditions for Season 18 are officially open. All the aspiring artists have to do, is go to americasgottalentauditions.com. Once there, they have to create a new account. From there, they will have to submit a video audition of their act. A parent or guardian must submit an audition on behalf of artistes below 18.
While the audition dates and other information related to 'America's Got Talent' Season 18 are not out yet, artists can sign-up for audition alerts on the AGT auditions' website. The website will keep all of them up to date on when virtual open calls are announced.
Interestingly, NBC's manager of unscripted formats, Theresa Graham, speaking to NBC Insider dated May, said that they have open call virtual auditions, as they want to reach tons of people as soon as possible. She said, "We have open call auditions virtually to reach as many people as possible. Anybody can sign up and have an audition with our casting team and producers. If they think that somebody is worth considering, they put them through to our executive producers. After they say yes, then the act will go to audition in front of the Judges. We all see everything play out from there."