BBC One Brings Back I Can See Your Voice


The music mystery game show I Can See Your Voice has been renewed by BBC One for a second nine-part season, including a Christmas special.

The show has seen an average of 3.8 million viewers across the first six episodes, with a 22 percent share and a peak of 5.1 million viewers. Each week, players navigate their way through a series of rounds to win a cash prize by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of mystery people standing before them, all without ever hearing them sing a note.

Kate Phillips, controller of entertainment commissioning for the BBC, said: “We are so pleased that I Can See Your Voice will be returning. I know viewers have really enjoyed playing along with our very funny, frank panel, as we all hold our breaths for those memorable moments when a great or gruesome singer starts belting out a banger!”

Thames is producing, based on a format from CJ ENM.

Amelia Brown, managing director of Thames and executive producer of I Can See Your Voice, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to share the news that I Can See Your Voice will be making a return to our screens. It’s incredible to see how viewers have embraced the format which has seen some unique and notable performances.”