ITV Studios’ singing competition format “The Voice Senior” is further expanding its presence in the Latin American market, as both Caracol Television in Colombia and Latina in Peru have acquired the hit talent show, bringing the total number of countries that have licensed the format to an impressive 16. In Latin America, these countries follow after Mexico and Brazil, which previously acquired the senior singing show.
The show portrays fascinating candidates with interesting life stories, who have so much to share besides their great talent. Both countries already have the original format “The Voice” and its kids spin-off, “The Voice Kids,” on air for multiple seasons. Colombia also added “The Voice Teens” to its slate in 2016.
In “The Voice Senior” is the turn of the seniors to prove that you are never too old to shine. Celebrity coaches will compete to pick their favorite seniors in the world-famous blind auditions. In the Knockouts, each coach will select their best seniors to take to the finals. In the final episode, the winner will be crowned. Which senior turns out to have a voice of gold?