I Can See Your Voice Returning in France


A second season of the French iteration of CJ ENM’s I Can See Your Voice, locally titled Show Me Your Voice, is slated to premiere on M6 and M6+ on July 8.

The new season, produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production France, will again be hosted by Issa Doumbia, who will be joined by new co-host Élodie Gossuin. The panel of celebrities will include Hélène Ségara, Natasha St-Pier, Michèle Bernier, Roman Doduik and more.

Other celebrities joining the panel will be Élodie Frégé, Philippe Lellouche, Anne-Sophie Girard, Anggun and Florent Peyre. Special guest singers Anne Sila, Sheryfa Luna and Joyce Jonathan will take part in the new season as well.

The format features various stages, such as “First Impression,” “Playback,” “Piece of Evidence,” “Hide the Voice, “Secret Studio” and “The Interview,” before culminating in the “Final Duet” stage. The ultimate goal for the contestants is to choose a good singer for the final duet and win a grand prize of €20,000.

“We are so proud to bring back this great show for French audiences,” said Bruno Henriquet, president of Warner Bros. International Television Production France. “We are coming back with new rounds, an additional host and one of the most surprising two hours of entertainment on TV. Everyone who looks at a sequence will have his own idea of the quality of a ‘singer.’ Genius or really bad, you will want to know if you were right… or not. New costumes, new rules and a beautiful, classy set… We are so happy that M6 has trusted us to produce this fantastic new season.”

Diane Min, head of format sales at CJ ENM, stated, “We are thrilled to bring back I Can See Your Voice to the French audience with a new season and with a wonderful new host added to the team. The show’s unique concept and its global success are a testament to its originality and appeal. We are confident that the new season will continue to entertain and surprise viewers. Recently, the third season of the U.S. version concluded successfully, further highlighting the format’s global popularity, with commissions now in 30 countries.”