Julián Elfenbein to host Chilevisión's “Got Talent Chile”

The talent show returns to Chile with a 1,145 m2 studio theater with direct sound and capacity for over 250 seats, 360 lighting spotlights, 160 m2 of screens, and more than 20 cameras.

2 FEB 2024

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The Chilean edition of "Got Talent, "Got Talent Chile," returns to Chilevisión, and Julián Elfenbein will be its host. The show will feature a group of renowned judges that will soon be announced. They will be in charge not only of evaluating the participants from Chile and the world but also of discovering new local talent in disciplines such as dance, singing, humor, and varieties, among others. Among its new features is that it will be recorded in a 1,145 m2 studio theater with direct sound and capacity for over 250 seats, in addition to 360 lighting spotlights, 160 m2 of screens and more than 20 cameras, and a crew of over 250 professionals which they will be in charge of airing the artists' performances.

There are already more than 1,500 pre-selected candidates who have presented themselves throughout the country, and casting will continue during the coming weeks. All interested parties can still register by completing the form available on the Chilevisión site.

"Chilevisión is undoubtedly the channel for new talents, being recognized for producing great entertainment programs and bringing to our country the highest and best technical and artistic standards. This year, and with the help of Got Talent Chile, our screen will once again show the best and most varied of that artistic world that lives in every corner of our country. With this, we hope that our screens will become a hotbed of new talent," said the Executive Director of Chilevisión, Iñaki Vicente, about this new premiere.

Sheila Aguirre, EVP, Co-Production and Distribution, Latin America and Hispanic US FMI, from Fremantle, said: "We are thrilled to partner with Chilevisión in bringing back 'Got Talent' to audiences in Chile. This iconic format has left an indelible mark in the global entertainment landscape, and we are excited to be a part of its return to Chile."

Created by Simon Cowell and co-owned by Syco Entertainment and Fremantle, "Got Talent" has been broadcasted in 194 countries, with original versions in 75 countries and has been watched by over one billion viewers worldwide. Fremantle is the global distributor of both the finished tape and the "Got Talent" format.