What does a cable have to do with "The Masked Singer"? What do the yellow fluff belong to? Who needs a sleep mask? What's the fire extinguisher for? These are the first clues to the still-secret costumes for the second season of ProSieben's hit show "The Masked Singer.
Ten new stars under ten new masks and a new broadcast day: host Matthias Opdenhövel invites viewers to live every Tuesday on ProSieben from March 10, 2020 to solve the biggest TV mystery together with the guessing team: Which stars are hiding under the masks in the best craziest show in the world, nominated for the Grimme Prize? And who will decipher the riddle of which characters the celebrity undercover singers will slip into in 2020?
"The Masked Singer" is used by EndemolShine Germany in the MMC Studios in Cologne produced.
Tickets for "The Masked Singer" is now available at https://tickets.endemolshine.de/.
The hit show "The Masked Singer."
An international hit: "The King of Mask Singer" (original title) from the South Korean TV station MBC has now been sold in 50 countries. ProSieben is the first station worldwide to show the singing quiz show live. In the spring follows Pulse 4 (Austria) with a live version.
The first season in Germany wowed with a average market share of 28.8 percent* (Z.14-49J) and is thus the Most successful ProSieben show since the station was founded.
On "The Masked Singer," ten stars from all walks of life appear in elaborate, oversized costumes that completely disguise them. The guessing team and viewers can only speculate about the identity of the stars behind the masks - the only clues: small clues in inset films, the stage performance and the real, unalienated voice during their songs.
"The Masked Singer" starting Tuesday, March 10, 2020, 8:15 p.m. LIVE from MMC Studios on ProSieben and on Joyn.
More on "The Masked Singer" and a video clip with the first indications to the new masks on www.themaskedsinger.de
Basis: Market standard TV
Source: AGF in cooperation with GfK | videoSCOPE | ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland | Business Intelligence
Photo: Presenter Matthias Opdenhoevel and the monster. Credit: ProSieben/Willi Weber