Another Season of All Together Now for BBC One


BBC One has ordered a 6×60-minute second installment of the Saturday night entertainment show All Together Now from Endemol Shine UK’s Remarkable Television.

Season two will see Rob Beckett return as host, with Geri Horner as head of The 100, a panel of music experts and performers from across the U.K. The goal of the game is for each act to get as many of The 100 as possible on their feet and singing along for the chance to win a cash prize.

Kate Phillips, the controller of entertainment commissioning at BBC, said: “How could we not bring back such a fresh and funny show? It was great to see viewers of all ages enjoying this feel-good format packed with memorable personalities and performances. Roll on [season two]!”

James Fox, the managing director of Remarkable Television, added: “Launching a brand-new, home-grown format on a Saturday night is not for the faint-hearted, but we’re incredibly proud that the show really struck a chord with BBC One viewers. With Rob and Geri back at the helm, we can’t wait to unearth more brilliant acts brave enough to take on The 100 in [season] two.”