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All Together Now Gets Second Season in Brazil


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Brazil’s Record TV has commissioned a second season of the singing contest All Together Now (Canta Conmigo) from Endemol Shine Group.

Following the first season, which aired last year, Endemol Shine Brazil will produce 11 new episodes of the series’ sophomore run. It will be once again presented by Gugu Liberato and will air in a prime-time slot. All Together Now sees a range of singers perform in front of The 100, an audience of equally gifted performers. If any of The 100 like what they hear, they can stand up, join in and sing along; the greater the number that join in, the higher the act’s score. One act will leave with a sizeable cash prize.

The entertainment format successfully launched in the Netherlands on RTL4 in May, Italy on Canale 5 and Russia on Rossiya 1 in March. Created by Remarkable Television, part of Endemol Shine UK, All Together Now has sold to thirteen markets across Europe and Australia.

Juliana Algañaraz, CEO of Endemol Shine Brazil, said: “All Together Now brought a new positioning for singalong competitions in Brazil with an unprecedented scenario structure. We can’t wait to get back into the studio with our fantastic, uplifting party atmosphere that always invited all Brazilians to sing with us. Record TV were thrilled with the ratings for the first season and we have ambitious new plans for the show’s return.”

Lisa Perrin, CEO of Creative Networks, added: “Brazil is a great example of what this format can deliver, with excellent performances and the wonderful variety of characters within The 100. It’s brilliant to announce a renewal of the show in a key Latin American market such as Brazil.”








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Alison Skilton is an associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at askilton@worldscreen.com.

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