Sony Entertainment Television is tailored up to bring the ninth season of the big property – India’s Got Talent.
The channel has acquired the telecast rights of the show, as it will air on Sony TV instead of Colors.
On Tuesday, the channel posted the teaser of their upcoming show on their social media handles. The video shows that the stage is set to showcase every kind of talent as the world’s biggest reality show India’s Got Talent is coming soon on Sony TV.
The reality show is the Indian adaptation of the international format titled Got Talent which is created and owned by Syco and Fremantle. But now it has been acquired by Sony Entertainment Television.
However, after the airing of America’s Got Talent in 2006, the format has been successfully adapted in over 70 countries.
Ab India dikhayega apna hunar Sony par.
India’s Got Talent, coming soon only on Sony.
— sonytv (@SonyTV) June 8, 2021
Ashish Golwalkar, head content, Sony Entertainment Television, and Digital Business said, “India’s Got Talent as a format holds great potential, and Sony Entertainment Television’s stronghold in the non-fiction talent-led reality show formats gives us yet another opportunity to resonate with the audience. Having acquired the rights from Fremantle, we are gearing up for an exciting new season of India’s Got Talent and we look forward to showcasing the best talent in the country.”
Fremantle India’s Aradhana Bhola added that they were delighted to be partnering with Sony TV on yet another successful property India’s Got Talent. “Got Talent holds the Guinness World Record for the most successful reality format in television history. With its inherent diversity and inclusivity, the show is a true and unique representation of the talent of the people of India. It is our sincere hope that the forthcoming season will continue to offer irresistible entertainment to the audience who has given it so much love through the years.”
Season 8 of India’s Got Talent will be premiered in June 2009 with Kirron Kher, Sonali Bendre, and Shekhar Kapur. While Kirron will remain constant, celebrities like, Sajid Khan, Farah Khan, Karan Johar, and Malaika Arora have also judged the show.