"Canada's Got Talent" is a Canadian reality talent show series that debuted on the City TV network on March 4, 2012, and part of the global Got Talent franchise. As with other series in the franchise, the program was a competition in which entertainers in various fields competed to win a cash prize of \$100,000 and a Nissan GT-R, an opportunity to perform during City TV's New Year's Eve special, and the possibility of performing at a venue in Las Vegas. The series only ran for one season, won by the Manitoba-based dance troupe Sagkeeng's Finest; in June 2012, Rogers Media president Scott Moore announced that a second series would not be produced, after a "careful consideration of all factors, including the current economic climate". The network continues to air America's Got Talent.

Canada's Got Talent - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-03-04

Canada's Got Talent - Asia's Got Talent - Netflix

Asia's Got Talent (AGT) is the regional version of the Got Talent franchise that is airing on AXN Asia. It is a talent show that features singers, dancers, magicians, comedians, and other performers of all ages competing for a prize of USD100,000 and in the first season, an opportunity to perform at the Marina Bay Sands. It started airing on March 12, 2015 across 15 countries in Asia. The first season of the show was hosted by Marc Nelson and Rovilson Fernandez; while the judges are Anggun, David Foster, Melanie C, and Vanness Wu for the first season. Melanie C is the third member of the Spice Girls to become a Got Talent judge (after Mel B and Geri Halliwell), while Anggun is judging on a second Got Talent franchise after sitting in the panel in the second season of Indonesia's Got Talent. This show was also co-hosted by Singaporean Youtuber and Power98FM DJ's Dee Kosh for sneak previews, highlights, recaps, and behind the scenes. At the finale, the Philippines' El Gamma Penumbra, a shadowplay group, won the franchise's first season. In the second season, Foster and Anggun have returned as judges, while Jay Park was announced as the new judge. TV hosts and actors Alan Wong and Justin Bratton were named as the new hosts for this season. Indonesian spooky magician, The Sacred Riana was declared as the second season winner. As not all of the contestants speak fluent English, they would usually speak in their local languages and an off-screen translator will help them to translate what the judges are saying to them and vice versa (with translation subtitles flashed on the screen). However, if the judges can speak their local language (specifically Van Ness who speaks Mandarin, Anggun who speaks Indonesian, and Jay Park who speaks Korean), a translator is not necessary. Therefore, this is the first Got Talent franchise to use multiple languages.

Canada's Got Talent - Countries ranking - Netflix

Canada's Got Talent - References - Netflix