Back in the day, the phrase ‘that’s kids’ stuff!’ was an insult, but the kids who will appear on NBC’s Little Big Shots are giving the term a whole new, very positive, connotation.
From the 4-year old piano prodigy to the 7 and 11-year old salsa dancers to the 6-year old maestro who conducts choirs, these kids bring it every time.
Hosted by Steve Harvey, Little Big Shots is not a competition – just a show that celebrates talented, unique children from around the globe. It premieres on Sunday, March 13th (10/9C), following The Voice (which means most of the children who appear on the show will not be able to watch it. Irony!).
AMAZING KIDS, INCLUDING A 4-YEAR-OLD PIANO PRODIGY & WORLD CHAMPION SALSA DANCERS, FEATURED IN NBC’S ‘LITTLE BIG SHOTS’ PREMIERE MARCH 13
March 8 Sneak Preview of the Family-Friendly Comedy/Variety Series From Executive Producers Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey Spotlights 4-Year-Old Basketball Phenom, 6-Year-Old Spelling Bee Wiz and 5-Year-Old Mini Bruce Lee
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – March 3, 2016 – A four-year-old piano prodigy and world champion salsa dancers are just two of the amazing acts featured in the much-anticipated premiere of “Little Big Shots,” NBC’s new comedy/variety series from executive producers Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey that airs Sunday, March 13 (8-9 p.m. ET). Harvey hosts the feel-good, family-friendly series that celebrates phenomenal kids and goes toe to toe with them in hilarious conversations and interviews. A sneak preview of “Little Big Shots” will air Tuesday, March 8 at 10 p.m. ET after ‘The Voice.’
In addition to the impressive young pianist (Torrance, CA) and gifted 7 and 11-year old salsa dancers (North Bergen and Jersey City, NJ), the March 13 premiere also includes a funny viral storyteller (Greenville, SC) and a talented six-year-old maestro (Des Moines, Iowa) who conducts choirs like a pro. This is not a competition but a funny and addicting show that celebrates the uniqueness of children from around the globe.
On the March 8 sneak preview, a four-year-old basketball phenom named Titus (Derby, KS) shows his amazing gift for trick shots, while a 6-year-old spelling champ (San Angelo, TX) faces Steve Harvey in a hilarious spelling competition. The sneak peek also includes a five-year-old reincarnation of Bruce Lee from Japan, two incredible singers from Toronto and Hong Kong, and a sassy dancer (Raleigh, NC) who became an internet sensation after dancing to Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.”
“Little Big Shots” is executive produced by DeGeneres, Harvey, Jeff Kleeman, Gerald Washington and Robin Ashbrook, and Alison Holloway is the co-executive producer. The series is produced by Warner Horizon Television, East 112th Street Productions and A Very Good Production.