MediaCityUK-filmed All Together Now has had a second series commissioned by BBC One following the success of its first run.
The Saturday night entertainment show is made by BBC One and Remarkable Television, part of Endemol Shine UK.
Rob Beckett returns as host, with Geri Horner as Head of the 100 – a panel of 100 music experts and performers from across the UK. Once again, the aim of the game will be for each act is to get as many of the 100 on their feet and singing along as possible.
The first series achieved a consolidated average audience of 3.8 million viewers and a market share of 18.1%, making it one of the BBC’s most successful new entertainment launches of the past year.
Kate Phillips, Controller of Entertainment Commissioning at BBC, said: “How could we not bring back such a fresh and funny show? It was great to see viewers of all ages enjoying this feel good format packed with memorable personalities and performances. Roll on series two!”
Hartlepool-based Michael Rice was crowned the winner of series one earlier this year, taking home £50,000 prize money.
All Together Now Series Two (6×60’) has been ordered by Phillips and Commissioning Editor Rachel Ashdown. Executive Producers for Remarkable are James Fox, Dom Waugh and Andrew Cartmell. The Series Editor is Marc Bassett. The format was devised by Remarkable Television’s in-house creative team.