'The Masked Singer' Season Two Is Done... Now Get Ready For The US Version, Australia

18 September 2020 | 10:06 am | Staff Writer

Coming to your screen this month!

With the second season of The Masked Singer Australia officially wrapped, fans can now look forward to the US version's latest season which will premiere on local screens this month. 

The fourth season of the Fox series, which features the panel of The Pussycat Dolls' Nicole Scherzinger, US actor and comedian Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, and singer-songwriter Robin Thicke, will premiere in Australia on Network 10 at 7.30pm on Wednesday 30 September, just one week after it premieres in the States.

Similar to Australia, the US The Masked Singer has been a huge ratings success and has featured some massive names in the past, including Lil Wayne, Dionne Warwick, Tony Hawk, Gladys Knight, Seal and Chaka Khan.

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Season four will showcase yet another round of wacky characters like Baby Alien, Squiggly Monster and... Whatchamacallit.

The news by Network Ten comes after ViacomCBS Australia and New Zealand Chief Content Officer and EVP, Beverley McGarvey, said the success of The Masked Singer Australia season two will ensure it returns for a third run in 2021. 

“COVID and the resultant lockdown in Melbourne created some significant challenges for us and I would like to thank our creative, imaginative and resilient crew, our partners at Warner Bros., and the team at 10 led by executive producer Stephen Tate," McGarvey said.

“Thank you also to our viewers. Their enthusiasm for the show is incredible. We can’t wait to bring The Masked Singer Australia back in 2021.”