Telecinco recently renewed ‘Got Talent’ but there is still more: Fremantle and Mediaset have signed a new strategic agreement that will guarantee not only the continuity of the contest but also the production of an ‘All-Stars’ edition.
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Mediaset and the production company Fremantle (‘Nightmare in Paradise’, ‘Mask Singer’) have reached an agreement that includes a long-term contract for ‘Got Talent’. Thus, this guarantees the future of the talent show, which had already been renewed for a season 9.
In addition, it also includes the making of the first season of ‘Got Talent: All-Stars’, a special edition that would bring together the most remembered contestants and talented from previous seasons. Nathalie García, CEO of Fremantle Spain, expressed her confidence in the format:
In Fremantle we are very excited about this new agreement that strengthens the ties between both companies. In addition to reinforcing our commitment to ‘Got Talent’ and, now, with the first edition of ‘Got Talent: All-Stars’, we will continue working together on the development and production of new projects.
‘Got Talent’ is one of the longest-running programs on Telecinco and it still works well with enough audiences to continue betting on it, even though the number of viewers has dropped considerably. Of course, the next seasons will not have Dani Martínez, who recently announced his withdrawal as a judge of the contest.