Channel Seven Has Cancelled The Julia Zemiro Hosted Singing Show 'All Together Now'

6 June 2019 | 10:02 am | Staff Writer

Despite consistently strong ratings across its season.

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Channel Seven has axed the hugely popular All Together Now reality singing competition. 

Hosted by Julia Zemiro, the program (which saw contestants perform in front of a panel of 100 judges) debuted 813,000 viewers on 7 October last year and rated consistently across its season, with a low of 510,000 viewers and a finale of 717,000.

The news was confirmed by TV Tonight, who has also shared that the Joel Creasey hosted It Takes Two also getting the axe. 

The news comes just months after it was confirmed by SBS that the much-loved RocKwiz music quiz show, also hosted by Zemiro, would not be making its return. 

Speaking with The Music earlier this year, Zemiro was grateful for the time spent on the show.

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“Every TV station is allowed to do what they want with their money," she shared. 

"And I will say this, Matt Campbell, who now works at CJZ that makes Home Delivery [Zemiro’s show with ABC], who commissioned our show back then, he was someone who was in a position of power and luckily he chose our show and SBS have been magnificent over the years, in nurturing us and pretty much letting us do what we want and I think that’s a big plus." 

Read the full story here and watch a snippet of All Together Now below.