BBC One has renewed their hit Saturday night entertainment series All Together Now for a second season. . All Together Now is hosted by Rob Beckett with Geri Horner as head of the 100, a panel of one hundred music experts and performers from across the UK.
Each episode sees contestants perform in front of the 100 with the aim of getting as many on their feet and singing along as possible. At the end of the series, the winner walks away with a cash prize. The series one winner was Michael Rice, who won £50 000. Six episodes have been ordered for season two, which is expected to air next year.
“How could we not bring back such a fresh and funny show?”, said Kate Phillips, the BBC’s Controller of Entertainment Commissioning. “It was great to see viewers of all ages enjoying this feel good format packed with memorable personalities and performances. Roll on series 2!”
The second season was commissioned by the BBC’s Controller of Entertainment Commissioning Kate Phillips and the BBC’s Entertainment Commissioning Editor Rachel Ashdown. The series is produced by Endemol Shine’s Remarkable Television. The executive producers are James Fox, Dom Waugh and Andrew Cartmell.