It seems Australia is really loving 'All Together Now'.
Julia Zemiro seems to have another hit music show on her hands with the RocKwiz host's new show watched by nearly 700,000 people last night.
All Together Now (which launched to 813,000 viewers on 7 October) had 698,000 people tune in to watch the singing competition yesterday, growing from 684,000 last week and making it the evening's highest rating entertainment program.
While the show has dipped from its debut figures, it has only moved from its top five placing of Sunday programming twice in its seven weeks running.
The program has also seen a consistent growth week on week since The Block finale on 28 October, which saw All Together Now draw in its smallest crowd to date at 510,000. The following week saw 660,000 viewers tune in.
"No journeys. No long stories. Just great singing. And judges? There are 100 judges! You heard right. They come from all walks of life and celebrate who we are," Zemiro said of the show when it was first announced.
"I love a big sing. And there’s something quite fabulous about a whole group of people singing their hearts out. I can’t wait to run this fabulous singing show through its paces!"
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Check out a snippet of the show below.