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All Together Now Renewed by Canale 5 in Italy


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The Endemol Shine Group entertainment format All Together Now has been renewed by Canale 5 for a second season in Italy.

The first season of the Italian version of the series bowed on Canale 5 in May of this year. The finale episode achieved its highest ratings of the one-month season, with a 19.1 percent audience share. All Together Now’s second season is slated to premiere in 2020.

Created by Remarkable Television, a part of Endemol Shine UK, All Together Now sees a range of talented singers perform in front of The 100, an audience of singers that can stand up and sing along if they like what they hear. The more that join in, the higher the act’s score, with one act walking away with a cash prize at the end of the series.

Lisa Perrin, CEO of creative networks at Endemol Shine Group, said: “All Together Now is an international feel-good hit that delivers outstanding ratings to broadcasters. The Italian version really captured the imagination of a broad viewing audience and can expect more uplifting fun in 2020.”

Leonardo Pasquinelli, CEO at Endemol Shine Italy, added: “There is a huge appetite here in Italy for entertainment shows that attract the whole family and we’re thrilled to join in with Canale 5 for another series. The audience here adored the lively characters of The 100 and the star performances within the show, and we’ll work with the creative team and Mediaset to further strengthen the format in the second edition.”

All Together Now has sold to fourteen markets across Europe and Australia. In addition to Italy, the series has been commissioned for second seasons in Brazil, Poland and Denmark. It has also launched in the Netherlands and Russia.








About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at cregan@worldscreen.com.

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