American Idol is based on the British series Idol. The franchise is a creation of Simon Fuller based on the show Pop Idol. Airing twice a week in Fox Network, American Idol is a show who gives aspiring singers the chance to showcase their talents and have a chance to be the next American Idol.
Aspiring young singers first auditions for the ultimate superstardom. 3 judges will choose who among those who auditioned will proceed to the next round. Those who get the golden ticket, meaning those who gets majority of the votes from the judges, will proceed to the next round.
American Idol is currently the most watched TV series in the history of American television. The show’s known judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul have been a household name since the show started.
The show lets the viewers decide who they want to win as the American Idol through voting. These judges get to comment about the performances of each aspiring Idols, however the votes of the viewers will still determine who remains and who goes.
Tagged as the most impactful show in the history of television, American Idol has produced different talents since it started. Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studard, Fantasia Barrino and Carrie Underwood are just some of the talents that American Idol has produced.
American Idol rules as the best reality TV show because the talents from the show really do great and creates a name of their own in the music industry.