'AGT: All-Stars' 2023: Everything you need to know about show's premiere on NBC

'AGT: All-Stars' 2023: Everything you need to know about show's premiere on NBC
Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell in 'AGT: All-Stars' 2023 (YouTube/America'sGotTalent)

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: A new talent competition, 'America's Got Talent: All Stars,' will premiere on NBC in 2023. The TV series is a spin-off show featuring winners, finalists, fan favorites, and viral sensations from prior seasons of 'America's Got Talent' as well as from other 'Got Talent' franchises from around the world, including Romania, Philippines, India, Germany, Dominican Republic, Canada, Britain, Belgium, and Australia.

The thrilling new series 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' premieres on NBC to kick off the new year. Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent' concluded in September, with the Lebanese dance troupe Mayyas emerging victorious. The network has now stated that 60 artists from 'Got Talent' franchises across the world will fight for the ultimate 'All-Star' title. In what promises to be an incredibly entertaining competition, 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' will feature some mind-blowing performances that have already been 'tested' and have been found worthy by viewers from the artists' home countries.

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When will all episodes of 'America's Got Talent: All Stars' be out on NBC?

'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' premieres on Monday, January 2, 2023, at 8 pm ET. Subsequent episodes will stream on Monday evenings at the same time, according to the schedule.

'AGT: All Stars' will bring together the most beloved and unforgettable participants from across the world for one of the toughest challenges ever. There are over 70 local versions of 'Got Talent' created across Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Americas. The finest and the best will return to the stage to compete and demonstrate their abilities in the hopes of becoming the first-ever champion of 'AGT: All-Stars.'

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Past 'America's Got Talent' winners Kodi Lee, Dustin Tavella, Terry Fator, and Brandon Leake are among the confirmed contestants, as are 'Canada's Got Talent' 2022 winner Jeanick Fournier and 'Britain's Got Talent' 2022 winner Axel Blake. According to NBC, each week, ten acts will perform for the judges, including magicians, aerialists, comedians, ventriloquists, dancers, and singers, for the opportunity to win one of the coveted five Golden Buzzers and advance to the finals. 'America's Got Talent' "superfans" in the pre-recorded show's audience will also be allowed to vote for one additional performer every episode to advance to the finals. Following the final performances, the superfans will vote on the 11 finalists again to choose the winner, who will be revealed in the two-hour star-studded finale.

Since its debut in America in 2006, the 'Got Talent' formula has attracted over a billion global viewers. It has been broadcast in 194 countries throughout the world. There is a wealth of talent that has passed through the various franchises, and fans will undoubtedly be happy to see some of their favorites return to the stage. Simon Cowell created 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars,' which is co-produced by Fremantle and Syco Entertainment, with Simon, Jason Raff, Sam Donnelly, and Natasha Brugler serving as executive producers.

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NBC will telecast episodes of 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Episodes will also be available to watch the following day on Peacock.

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