America’s Got Talent season 17: winner and everything we know about the competition series
What new acts are ready to wow audiences in the latest season of America’s Got Talent.
Get ready to be blown away once again by the incredible talents of the contestants set to appear on America’s Got Talent season 17. The nationally televised competition show is back for a brand new season, with plenty of new performers ready to wow both the audiences and judges.
In a TV landscape that has plenty of reality competition shows — The Masked Singer, American Idol and even the AGT spinoff America’s Got Talent Extreme — America’s Got Talent remains one of the gold standards for fans of the format.
Here is everything you need to know about America’s Got Talent season 17.
Who won America's Got Talent season 17?
After the final votes were tallied, the dance group Mayyas were named the America's Got Talent season 17 winners. Check out the winning moment right here:
America's Got Talent highlights
Check out clips from all 11 performances from AGT's season 17 finalists:
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What America's Got Talent season 17 acts have been eliminated? Who has advanced?
Here are the 55 acts that have advanced to live voting rounds of the competition:
- Avery Dixon
- Chapel Hart
- Yu Hojin
- Sara James
- Drake Milligan
- Celia Munoz
- Nicholas RIBS
- Kristy Sellars
- Mike E. Winfield
- Acapop! KIDS
- Merissa Beddows
- Blade to Blade
- The Brown Brothers
- Aubrey Burchell
- Cline Twins
- Lee Collison
- Jordan Conley
- Kristin Cruz
- Duo Rings
- Freckled Zelda
- Fusion Japan
- Bayley Graham
- Jannick Holste
- Travis Japan
- Jojo and Bri
- Hayden Kristal
- Ben Lapidus
- Lace Larrabee
- The Lazy Generation
- Amanda Mammana
- Don McMillan
- Lily Meola
- Mia Morris
- Celia Munoz
- Max Ostler
- Mr. Pants
- The Pack Drumline
- Players Choir
- Wyn Starks
- Stefanny & Yeremy
- Ava Swiss
- Shu Takada
- Aiko Tanaka
- Mervant Vera
- Veranica & Her Incredible Friends
- Oleksandr Yenivatov
- XOMG Pop
- Jack Williams
Who are the America’s Got Talent judges, host?
America’s Got Talent is running it back with its judges of Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara. This is the third straight season that this quartet have served as the judges for America’s Got Talent, though Cowell, Klum and Mandel have been with the show longer (as far back as season 5 for Mandel).
Meanwhile, hosting duties once again belong to Terry Crews. The Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Everybody Hates Chris star is in his fourth season serving as the host for America’s Got Talent.
Is there an America’s Got Talent season 17 trailer?
Check out a promo for America's Got Talent season 17 right here, which teases some of the acts that will wow viewers during the audition rounds:
How to watch America’s Got Talent season 17
America’s Got Talent has always aired on NBC, which thankfully makes it pretty easy for most people to watch. As one of the four major US networks, NBC is included as part of all traditional pay-TV subscription packages as well as being available to receive via TV antennas. The network is also carried by live TV streaming services, including FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV.
If you’ve cut the cord, you can still watch the latest episodes of America’s Got Talent, you’ll just have to be signed up for Peacock Premium and wait until the day after to stream it.
America’s Got Talent winners
Here is the full list of winners throughout America’s Got Talent’s history:
- Season 1: Bianca Ryan, singer
- Season 2: Terry Fator, ventriloquist
- Season 3: Neal E. Boyd, opera singer
- Season 4: Kevin Skinner, singer
- Season 5: Michael Grimm, singer
- Season 6: Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., jazz singer
- Season 7: Olate Dogs, dog trick team
- Season 8: Kenichi Ebina, dancer
- Season 9: Mat Franco, magician
- Season 10: Paul Zerdin, ventriloquist
- Season 11: Grace VanderWaal, singer
- Season 12: Darci Lynne Farmer, ventriloquist
- Season 13: Shin Lim, magician
- Season 14: Kodi Lee, singer
- Season 15: Brandon Leake, spoken word artist
- Season 16: Dustin Tavella, magician
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Michael Balderston is a DC-based entertainment and assistant managing editor for What to Watch, who has previously written about the TV and movies with TV Technology, Awards Circuit and regional publications. Spending most of his time watching new movies at the theater or classics on TCM, some of Michael's favorite movies include Casablanca, Moulin Rouge!, Silence of the Lambs, Children of Men, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Star Wars. On the TV side he enjoys Peaky Blinders, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Saturday Night Live, Only Murders in the Building and is always up for a Seinfeld rerun. Follow on Letterboxd.
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