"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.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Canada's Got Talent - America's Got Talent (season 11) - Netflix
Season eleven of the reality competition series America's Got Talent was ordered on September 1, 2015. The season premiered on NBC on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Nick Cannon returned for his eighth and final season as host. Howie Mandel returned for his seventh season as a judge, while Mel B and Heidi Klum returned for their fourth season. Simon Cowell replaced Howard Stern as the fourth judge. The live shows began on July 26, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles instead of Radio City Music Hall in New York from previous years. Due to the 2016 Summer Olympics broadcast schedule on NBC, the show took a hiatus from August 9–17. Dunkin' Donuts sponsored the show for a second season, and this season again featured the golden buzzer for each judge and Cannon. Four guest judges joined the panel for the judge's cuts: George Lopez, Reba McEntire, Ne-Yo, and Louis Tomlinson. Each judge was given a golden buzzer. Grace VanderWaal was announced as the winner on September 14, 2016, making her the second female act and the second child act to win the show since season 1. Mentalist duo, The Clairvoyants, placed second, marking the first time that females placed in the top two positions. Magician Jon Dorenbos, an NFL long snapper for the Philadelphia Eagles, placed third.
Canada's Got Talent - Round 4 - Netflix
Guest judge: Louis Tomlinson Date: July 20, 2016 This was the only episode of Judge Cuts this season in which acts received four red buzzers. ^1 Because Mel B was on stage during Armando's act, Tomlinson pressed her buzzer.
Canada's Got Talent - References - Netflix