America's Got Talent Season 11

Premiere Date, Full Episodes

America's Got Talent season 11 started airing on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S11E1 Auditions Week 1

S11E2 Auditions Week 2

S11E3 Auditions Week 3

S11E4 Auditions Week 4

S11E5 Auditions Week 5

S11E6 Auditions Week 6

S11E7 Best of Auditions

S11E8 Judge Cuts, Night 1

S11E9 Judge Cuts, Night 2

S11E10 Judge Cuts, Night 3

S11E11 Judge Cuts, Night 4

S11E12 Live Performances 1

S11E13 Live Results 1

S11E14 Live Performances 2

S11E15 Live Results 2

S11E16 Live Performances 3

S11E17 Live Results 3

S11E18 Live Semi Finals 1

S11E19 Semifinals Results 1

S11E20 Semifinals 2

S11E21 Semifinals Results 2

S11E22 Live Finale Performances

most recent episode S11E23 Live Finale Results

How many episodes are in season 11 of America's Got Talent?

The season consists of 23 episodes.

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'America's Got Talent' Back on NBC May 29 - via Broadcastingcable

Last summer, America’s Got Talent averaged a 3.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 16 million viewers overall in “live plus seven day” averages for original Tuesday telecasts, according to Nielsen Media Research. It was AGT’s most-watched season ever.

EXCLUSIVE: Here's why Simon Cowell was dreading new 'America's Got Talent' season - via Nydailynews

That's saying a lot considering past "AGT" contestants have included a guy who smashed several large blocks of ice by diving head-first into them, a man who threw plungers on guys' backs to try to get them to stick, and a puppetry act that featured a person in a giant squirrel costume eating a puppet of a boy.

NBC Doubles Down on 'America's Got Talent' With New Winter Edition - via Hollywoodreporter

Heading into its 13th season — which is set to bow May 29 — AGT has been NBC's most successful summer series and has anchored a roster of unscripted series during the typically little-watched season. Last summer, the program averaged an impressive 3.5 rating among advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 and 16 million viewers when factoring in seven days of delayed viewing, making it last summer's most-watched entertainment series — an impressive showing for a show in its 12th season. AGT also helped launch Jennifer Lopez's World of Dance, with the latter competition series becoming the network's second-most-watched in the summer — behind only AGT.

NBC Sets Winter Edition of 'America's Got Talent' - via Variety

“I have always wanted to have a competition show for the very best of the best ‘Got Talent’ acts from around the world,” Cowell said. “The variety and the talents of the acts who enter ‘Got Talent’ globally are incredible and unbelievable. Since ‘America’s Got Talent’ was where it all started, I’m absolutely delighted to be launching this on NBC.”

Previously on America's Got Talent: Exciting surprises and highlights of the final performances; the Season 10 winner is revealed; performances by special guests include Rachel Platten, Penn & Teller, Yolanda Adams and the Harlem Gospel Choir, Terry Fator, Freelusion and Mat Franco.

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DizzyDolly
DizzyDolly
2 years 6 months ago

i have watched every show and loved Terry Fator Have been to Vegas to see his show and it was great.
I loved Howard Stern as a judge because he tells it like it is without being too nasty He wasn’t afraid to push his buzzer when others did not.
I am looking forward to seeing Simon Cowell but hope since he’s now a dad , he’s not as rude.

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