The first episode of the singing competition created by John de Mol reached more than 1 million viewers and scored a 14.4% market share in the key demo (25-59), outperforming the slot average of SBS6 by +27.4%.
The second season of singing competition We Want More, created by John de Mol, launched with impressive ratings on SBS6 in the Netherlands.
The first episode reached more than 1 million viewers and scored a 14.4% market share in the key demo (25-59), outperforming the slot average of SBS6 by +27.4%. This launch episode definitely left the Dutch audience wanting more of this refreshing family show, filled with humor and excitement.
From rock and pop, to gospel, opera and reggae, in We Want More any talented singer is welcome to participate, no matter their musical genre, age or background. Five professional jury members – all well-known, successful singers in their own field – have to cast their vote during each performance. But, at any given time during the performance, they can change it, by withdrawing their vote.
This way, talents can never be sure of their place, ensuring each performance to be nerve wrecking until the very last second. Eventually only the 12 very best will make it to the finale, where the winner takes home a large cash prize. Who will make the audience and the jury roar ‘We Want More’?
We Want More is co-produced by TEP production and ITV Studios Netherlands.