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

Courtesy of Eric Liebowitz ABC From left Lionel Richie Katy Perry Ryan Seacrest and Luke Bryan of 'American Idol'

According to "Entertainment Weekly", the reboot, which will air on new network ABC and also feature Katy Perry and Lionel Richie on the judging panel, is set to take place in the same Monday night time slot as NBC's popular program, "The Voice", which stars six-time winning coach Blake, along with Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and season one "Idol" victor Kelly Clarkson. "We want the humor, but we don't want the exploitation", Kinane states. Those are a lot of different hats to wear, and Katy sure wears them well!

The biggest change might be on the judges' panel: Seacrest lavished praise on the new judges, who he says came in looking "to collaborate, to take this seriously and to give the franchise what it deserves". But I get judged on that all the time-aesthetics-even from whenever I started.

As for why the judges chose to be a part of the panel, they each had their own stories. "I consider myself the instructor". She has even been compared to Idol's original judge, Simon Cowell, who became famous for delivering very harsh criticism, often smashing contestants' dreams into pieces.

American Idol is desperate to get back to its glory days of pumping out chart-topping artists when the show returns to ABC this year.

"I'm going to be real with you".

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"The American Idol endeavor felt like it was going to be a blast to be a part of", Bryan added.

Fans can catch the new cast chemistry on the small screen when American Idol begins on Sunday, March 11 on ABC.

After a Season 9 stint as a guest judge, Perry has her first permanent seat on the Idol panel, and she says she's focused on "finding an actual Idol, making that good old American dream come to life once again... we need those handsome stories right now to help lift us up". "It was never a moment's thought for me because I get inspired".

But ultimately, the goal is to find the next American Idol.

American Idol, however, has launched the careers of bona fide stars including Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Katharine McPhee, Jennifer Hudson and Jordin Sparks. "It's a crowded space and I take it really seriously, sometimes to my detriment".

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