Asia’s Got Talent returns to AXN on 7 February | Programming | News | Rapid TV News
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Hit reality show Asia’s Got Talent is set to return next month to Sony Pictures Television channel AXN, with judges David Foster, Anggun and Jay Park returning to the fold for its third series.

AGT3 DavidFoster Anggun JayPark 19 Sept 2018The series, hosted by Alan Wong and Justin Bratton, will premiere on 7 February. It will feature a range of variety acts, comedy, and talented performers aged between 6 and 69 who hail from a total of 17 countries.

“Asia’s Got Talent continues to be the region’s favourite entertainment reality series on TV and in the social sphere. It provides a powerful platform for aspiring performers to launch their careers, and we’re thrilled that many previous contestants have toured internationally as result of Asia’s Got Talent, including season one winner, El Gamma Penumbra and last season’s winner, The Scared Riana,” said Virginia Lim, senior vice president and general manager of Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia.

“Asia’s Got Talent isn’t just about performing, it’s about the storytelling of diverse cultures that all unite on the region’s biggest stage in pursuit of one dream,” said Lim.

The judges, Grammy-award winner and music producer David Foster, acclaimed singer Anggun, and multi-platinum recording artist Jay Park, together determine who goes through to the next round in the first five episodes of the ten episode series, but it’s the audience who vote in the semi-finals to select the ultimate winner.

Asia’s Got Talent is the 67th adaptation of the Got Talent format, which was created by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and is co-produced by FremantleMedia. The hit talent format currently airs in 186 countries.