Only ‘AGT’ Superfans Remember Who Gave These Golden Buzzers
Until America’s Got Talent returns on NBC, let’s relive some of the best moments in the history of the show. There’s nothing more exciting than the golden buzzers given in each season of AGT. Let’s see if you can remember which celebrity judge or host gave their golden buzzer to these popular contestants.
The golden buzzer was first introduced on America’s Got Talent in 2015 (season 10). Even though this aspect of the competition has become one of America’s favorites, it surprisingly hasn’t been around too long. With only six seasons including the golden buzzer, let’s see if you can earn the title of AGT superfan.
Answer at least half of the questions right to be considered a superfan of the series.
Need Something To Watch Until America’s Got Talent Comes On? We’ve Got You Covered
As of right now, there isn’t much to know about AGT. The series is holding auditions, but there has been no official announcement about premiere date or cast. In the meantime, there are two new series airing that you could watch. The first is set to possibly air after the olympics.
AGT: Extreme is working to finish filming so the series can premiere after the olympics. This series had a rocky beginning after daredevil Jonathan Goodwin had a life changing accident in an on set rehearsal. It was last reported that Goodwin remains in the hospital following the accident. AGT: Extreme gives the entire stage to daredevils and danger acts in an attempt to crown the best of the group. I expect fans will receive a premiere date for this series later this month.
This march, Howie Mandel will be on the judging panel for the Got Talent franchise’s newest spin-off, Canada’s Got Talent. This series should be formatting just like AGT, so it’ll really fill the emptiness. CGT will premiere on Citytv’s network and online streaming service. Since this series is so new, there have been no announcement of if other streaming services like Hulu or Netflix, will pick it up. I’m hoping this series airs similar to Britain’s Got Talent, making it onto American television as well.