‘Canada’s Got Talent’ Teases Their ‘Million Dollar’ Season in First Look Poster, Reveals March 2024 Premiere
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Canada’s Got Talent has released a first-look poster for Season 4 that highlights the increased grand prize and return of the judges. The promo comes ahead of the show’s “Million Dollar” comeback season this March.
CGT Poster Features The Upcoming “Million Dollar’ Season
The judges of CGT Season 4, including Howie Mandel, Trish Stratus, Kardinal Offishall, and Lilly Singh, pose alongside returning host Lindsay Ell in the first preview poster.
The poster shows off “The Million Dollar Season!” referring to the boosted grand prize of $1 million this season. For those who may not know, this has been boosted up from $150,000 last season. Thanks to sponsor Rogers Communications, a telecommunications company, the show returns this March on CityTv.
This prize amount is now the same as America’s Got Talent. However, it is still unknown if the $1 million will be paid out in small increments over time, like it is done on AGT.
Additionally, a $25,000 prize is now attached to each Golden Buzzer moment, which totals $150,000 in giveaways. This significant increase is made possible by sponsor CIBC, one of Canada’s major banks.
With the return of the host and the judging panel, plus bigger prizes sponsored by major Canadian companies, the poster certainly generates excitement for CGT‘s upcoming fourth season.
The biggest talent competition is about to get a million times bigger! Canada’s Got Talent The Million Dollar Season, thanks to Rogers. This March on @city_tv, or stream on Citytv+. #CanadasGotTalent #TheMillionDollarSeason pic.twitter.com/eGjzHnI8jC— Canada's Got Talent (@CanGotTalent) January 1, 2024
Fans Can Stream on Citytv for Season 4
CGT is taking things to the next level for Season 4 by increasing the grand prize to a whopping $1 million, the biggest prize ever awarded. Additionally, each Golden Buzzer recipient will now receive $25,000.
This makes CGT the first Got Talent franchise edition to attach a monetary amount to the coveted Golden Buzzer. The bigger prizes raise the stakes for contestants this season.
Viewers can watch the competition unfold when Season 4 premieres in March, streaming on Citytv. The judges’ chemistry and the contestants’ diverse talents will be on full display for all fans to enjoy from home.
With higher prizes and fan-favorite judges, CGT is gearing up for its most exciting season yet. The “Million Dollar Season” brings even bigger opportunities for Canadian acts when it returns.