How Will 'American Idol' Reboot Differ From The Original Fox Show?


ABC trotted out the cast of its revived Idol for the first time on Monday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, posting up Ryan Seacrest and company for reporters - many of whom expressed skepticism about the timing of the reboot. "There's only one American Idol".

"And then I got the call [for Idol], thank God", he said.

Whereas most singing competition shows have kind of given up on the notion of banking a legitimate music star like Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood from the original "Idol" run, it's still very much a part of the makeup of this revival.

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"American Idol" is finally growing up with its switch to ABC for Season 16, at the expense of a fan-favorite element: awful auditions. It's a crowded place, and I take it really seriously, sometimes to my detriment. "It means something to me" having come in for a certain amount of criticism over the years because "I do not fit the pop-star image". There are going to be huge expectations for this show to succeed and we wonder if those expectations are going to expand out now with the news that Dancing with the Stars is being held back specifically because of this show. "You don't know who to focus on", she told Variety. "And he was 15 years ago, and he's doing a slightly different version of Simon Cowell on ['America's Got Talent"] at the moment, but we weren't looking, "Hey, let's get a Simon Cowell'". "That really separates everything", she said.

"You might have noticed in the past few years, we haven't really majored on people who are really bad, because one of the key things about the show is it shouldn't feel manipulated or fake because 15 years ago, nobody had ever seen it and it was amusing", Kinane said, via Entertainment Tonight.

As the OG Idol alum, Seacrest said that it was important for the show to find three capable judges who would "give the franchise what it deserves because the legacy of this franchise is important to the fans, it's important to us [since] we've worked on it for a long time". I don't think the right word is pressure. Obviously, Luke can speak on a lot more country things. "I think we all bring strengths".