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What to Watch If You Love 'America's Got Talent'

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List RulesVote up the films and series you know other fans of 'America's Got Talent' will love. Please don’t vote if you haven’t seen 'America's Got Talent'.

America's Got Talent kept viewers on the edge of their seats with the real-life excitement of people achieving their dreams, so it's no surprise that you’d be on the hunt for similar shows to watch after bingeing the entire series. Well, search no more, because this list has some of the best recommendations for movies and TV shows similar to America's Got Talent.

Deciding what to watch after America's Got Talent really depends on your mood, but if you’re looking for more reality competitions American Idol is a talent showcase that you’ll almost certainly love if you like America's Got Talent.

Some other movies and TV shows like America's Got Talent in this list are movies like The Truman Show, which follows an unwitting reality TV star as he lives his life. Dancing with the Stars is another good TV series that finds judges rating competitors. Other good TV and movies recommended for America's Got Talent fans include The Voice, Shark Tank, and Hell's Kitchen.

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