Mnet exports hit show 'I Can See Your Voice' to France, Belgium and Canada
Mnet’s hit music program “I Can See Your Voice” has exported the show's format to France, Belgium and Canada, according to the television channel on Tuesday.
Warner Bros International Television Production will produce the French and Belgian versions, each to be aired on France’s M6 and Belgium’s VTM. The Quebec-based channel Noovo will air the Canadian version.
The format of “I Can See Your Voice” has already been exported to 15 countries including the Netherlands, Russia, United States, Spain, Britain, Malaysia, Bulgaria, Indonesia, China, Cambodia, Thailand and the Philippines.
America’s FOX and Germany’s RTL each confirmed second seasons of “I Can See Your Voice” on their channels. The Thai version started airing in 2016 and has gained popularity with more than 200 episodes.
The original Korean version of “I Can See Your Voice” began in 2015. On the show, a panel of celebrities attempt to guess if a participant — dubbed the “mystery guest” — is a good singer or not, based on clues such as their facial expressions, appearance and mouth shape.
The eighth Korean season of “I Can See Your Voice” is currently airing on Mnet.
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