Mnet's hit program 'I Can See Your Voice' exported to five more countries
Cable channel Mnet's hit music program "I Can See Your Voice" will export the show's format to five more countries — Greece, Lithuania, Serbia, Estonia and Croatia — the channel announced on Tuesday.
The format had already been exported to a total of 18 countries including the Netherlands, Russia, United States, Spain, Britain, Malaysia, Bulgaria, Indonesia, China, Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, France, Belgium and Canada.
The original Korean version of "I Can See Your Voice" began in 2015. On the show, a panel of celebrities attempts 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 and most recent Korean season of "I Can See Your Voice" aired earlier this year.
"I'm confident that 'I Can See Your Voice,' which has already proved successful in 18 countries, will also be a hit program in Greece that the entire family can enjoy," said CEO Nick Kalis of Silverline Media Productions, the company in charge of the show's Greek version.
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