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Russia-1 lines up I Can See Your Voice

CJ ENM’s I Can See Your Voice is set to be adapted in multiple territories

Russian broadcaster Russia-1 has become the latest network to commission a local version of South Korean singing competition format I Can See Your Voice.

The channel has licensed the format from European production and distribution outfit Fremantle and will premiere its version in 2021.

Earlier this year, Fremantle announced a UK version of the format to be produced by its prodcos Thames Productions and Naked and presented by Paddy McGuinness, which will air on BBC1 next year.

Fremantle has also secured the format rights from South Korean broadcast group CJ ENM in nine further territories: Norway, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, India, Mexico, Estonia and Lithuania.

The format sees a team of two players try to win a cash prize by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of people. The players are helped by a panel of celebrities who are joined each week by a different pop star.

The performers take on lip-sync challenges as the players whittle down the group to leave one person, who performs a duet with the panel’s singer.

The show is currently on air in the US on Fox and is in production in the Netherlands for RTL4.


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