Disney+'s original production, "Italia's Got Talent," will be exclusively available in Italy from 1st September on the streaming service. New episodes will become available every week. The Italian edition of "Got Talent," "Italia's Got Talent," will be the first in Europe to be available on a streaming service produced by Fremantle Italia. The talent show, produced by Fremantle Italia, has searched all across Italy for significant talents, starting in Rome and continuing south to Naples, Avellino, and Catanzaro, then north to Vicenza to end the competition at the Arcimboldi Theatre in Milan.
The 2023 edition of "Italia's Got Talent" will see the participation of many talents, some of international renown, with their artistic peculiarities, who will bring new disciplines and performances to the stage. This year, singer Elettra Lamborghini and Khaby Lame, a world-renowned social media star, will be the show's new judges along with fan-favorite veterans Mara Maionchi, talent scout and TV personality, and actor and comedian Frank Matano, reconfirmed once again to find Italy's most talented people. Aurora and Fru host the show from The Jackal, who will bring their irony to the stage of "Italia's Got Talent. "It is a homecoming for Aurora, who started her career on this talent show as a contestant in 2019.
Through the new episodes divided into six Auditions, two semi-fina, ls, and the highly anticipated final, the audience will be introduced to the new presenters, watch performances, es and hear stories of the contestants. This year, the competition will include two semi-finals to which the 16 strongest contestants will be admitted. At the end of each audition, there will be the unprecedented 'Selection Time': not all the contestants who have obtained at least three yes' will pass automatically; the judges will decide who, among them, will have access to the semi-finals. In this new edition, the public will also become the fifth judge: they will assign their Golden Buzzer during the semi-finals and, during the spectacular final, declare the winner who will be awarded a prize of 100,000 €.
Adapted in 77 countries, earning the title of 'World Guinness Record' for 'Most Popular Talent/Reality Show," the "Got Talent" format was created in 206 and has since reached more than 1 billion viewers globally and is currently broadcast in 23 countries. In Italy, "Got Talent" also boasts a success story: with twelve seasons, it is, to date, one of the most recognizable and loved entertainment formats by audiences of all ages. Over the years, more than 1270 contestants have graced the stage of "Italia's Got Talent," showcasing their talent in all kinds of disciplines in search of the judges' coveted 'Golden Buzzer': singers, dancers, illusionists, acrobats, but also animal trainers, instrumentalists, ventriloquists, impersonators, and every other kind of performer. The ability to tell stories beyond the competition is the key to "Italia's Got Talent" success. A success also confirmed by its great popularity on social media: "Italia's Got Talent" can count on a community of 3.8 million users across social media.