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Of sing-offs, dance hops and ninja chops

M-Net is bringing viewers the most entertaining reality series Little Big Shots
Sing-offs, dance hops and ninja chops: M-Net is bringing viewers the most entertaining reality series this month.

The adorable Little Big Shots returns with a third season, starting November 5 at 5pm CAT, and the all-new Brit reality singing competition All Together Now season 1, on November 23 at 4:50pm CAT.

A feel-good favourite, Little Big Shots showcases the talents of extraordinary children from all over the United States and the world. The family friendly series is also backed by talk-show queen Ellen DeGeneres, so there’s plenty of entertaining and amusing banter between host Steve Harvey and these pint-sized prodigies.

Prepare for some never-before seen acts this season, including a soap-bubble artist, a golf phenomenon and remarkable children with talents in astronomy, mathematics and archeology.

Gifted little musicians also make their way to the big stage for some opera, pop, classical and country music, and season 3 promises to feature engaging miniature talents from Ethiopia, India, Russia, Spain, Germany, Ireland and the Philippines amongst others.

Little Big Shots season 3 is a series executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey, Jeff Kleeman, Gerald Washington, Alison Holloway, Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly

and Andy Lassner.

The reality singing competition genre ups its ante with All Together Now, hosted by British comedian, Rob Beckett and headed up by former Spice Girl, Geri Horner. Talented singers take to the stage - but waiting to judge each performance is not one, not two but 100 judges. A unique panel of 100 music experts and performers from across the UK come together to scope out aspiring musicians.

The aim of this competition is simple: each act must get as many of ‘the 100’ singing along with their performance as they can, the more they get the more they score. As captain of ‘the 100’ Geri’s vote carries no extra weight in the competition, however, the songstress does play the role of decider in a tiebreaker.  The ultimate winner earns a cash prize, but with a broad mix of ages, musical backgrounds, interests and opinions, getting the entire panel to sing along is definitely no easy task.




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