TV Series created by Simon Cowell
America's Got Talent: The Champions
Summer's hottest show, "America's Got Talent," is now ready to warm up winter! This new spin-off features the most incredible and memorable acts from previous seasons ready to wow America all over again. In "America's Got Talent: The Champions," these top former contestants will return to the stage and compete in the hopes of taking home the first-ever winter title of AGT Champion. But that's not all - favorites from other global "Got Talent" franchises, spanning 184 countries, will also join the fray, showing off their skills for a whole new audience. With Executive Producer Simon Cowell leading the charge, it's the ultimate display of talent, edge-of-your-seat moments and extraordinary performances of every kind.
The Investigator: A British Crime Story
Mark Williams-Thomas returns to ITV for an explosive and ground-breaking new investigative series that shows how real life crime can be far more compelling than fiction.
The murder of Carole Packman, whose body has never been found, continues to affect the lives of many of those involved and as Williams-Thomas discovers, the shocking tale of murder, fraud, deceit and lies has left family members desperate for answers.
In a UK television first, The Investigator: A British Crime Story, will follow the case over four explosive episodes, combining stylized drama with compelling documentary.
"La Banda" (The Band) is a new music-based, multi-media competition show in partnership with Simon Cowell. We'll scour the U.S. and Latin America for the ultimate Latino boy band. Contestants will compete for a place in "La Banda" and for a coveted recording contract with Sony Music Latin, home to the most prolific Latin music artists, and Syco Music, label for the world's biggest selling boy-band - One Direction. Season 2 has been confirmed!!
Canada's Got Talent
With no age limit and no act too obscure, Canada's Got Talent will embark on a nation-wide search for Canada's favorite performer, celebrating the diverse and eclectic homegrown talent from across the country.
The X Factor
The X Factor is a reality television singing competition on FOX. As part of the The X Factor franchise, the program's format differs from its rivals in numerous ways. The competition is open to both solo artists and groups, has no upper age limit, and the judges act as mentors to the final contestants. The top prize for the winner is 5 Million Dollars.
Britain's Got Talent
The search for the next big variety act in the UK is on with ITV's Britain's Got Talent. Popular comedians and hosts Ant and Dec join the judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden on this highly anticipated show that will culminate in not only a big cash prize of £100,000 for the winning act, but also a starring slot performing in The Royal Variety Performance.
Britain's Got More Talent
A sister show to "Britain's Got Talent", this show features more of the acts featured on the main show as well as other acts that didn't quite make it onto the show. Hosted by Stephen Mulhern, he presents backstage gossip from all the shows.
Australia's Got Talent
This is an Australian talent show. About 24 acts compete for the chance to win $250,000. The contestants are judged by the viewing public via online voting as well as three celebrity judges: Dannii Minogue, Tom Burlinson and Red Symons.
America's Got Talent
Simon Cowell and NBC are scouring the country in search of the most talented person in America.
The X Factor (AU)
Australian version of the popular British show, in which talent seekers compete with one another to find the nation's next singing sensation.
The X Factor (UK)
A UK based music reality show with a difference: "anyone and everyone can audition". The contest is open to 4 different categories: under 25 Girls, under 25 Boys, over 25, and groups.