The Colombian version of the successful talent format will premiere on RCN in Colombia this Saturday, October 9, and a day later the third season of its Mexican edition will arrive on Las Estrellas.

One of the most successful formats of 2019, Masked Singer will add new episodes in Latin America this weekend, with new premieres in Colombia and Mexico.

First up is RCN in Colombia, who will premiere the local edition of the Korean talent format on Saturday, October 9.

The Colombian version of Masked Singer will be hosted by Piter Albeiro and Susy Mora, and will feature Alejandra Azcárate, Lina Tejeiro, Juanda Caribe and Llane among the investigators.

In total, the show will feature 28 celebrities who will play to be discovered.

And on Sunday, October 10 at 8:30 p.m., the third season of the Mexican version of Masked Singer will premiere on Las Estrellas. The format is produced by Televisa and Endemol Shine Boomdog.

The panel of researchers will again be made up of Yuri, Carlos Rivera and Juanpa Zurita, and the talent and charisma of Mónica Huarte will be added.

Adrián Uribe, after his participation as a researcher, returns this season as host.

In addition, Alan Estrada and Luciana Sismoni join as co-hosts to share everything that happens backstage, presenting the reactions of the characters after their performances, their first impressions and a more relaxed perspective of the charisma of each competitor.

Distributed internationally by MBC, The Masked Singer was born in South Korea, but has gained such popularity around the world thanks to its success in the US.

The format premiered on FOX with more than nine million viewers and, thanks to the great acceptance of the public, ended its first season with more than 11 million. Such is the relevance acquired by this program that it was chosen by FOX to accompany the Super Bowl, reaching 24 million viewers at the premiere of its third edition.

In recent years it has been adapted with great acceptance in many countries such as Australia, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Colombia and the Netherlands, among others, with high audience ratings and renewed for new editions on their respective channels.