March 8 sneak preview of family-friendly comedy/variety series
A 4-year-old piano prodigy and world champion salsa dancers are just two of the 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 (10 p.m. ET), after "The Voice."
In addition to the impressive young pianist (from Torrance, California) and gifted 7- and 11-year old salsa dancers (North Bergen and Jersey City, New Jersey), the March 13 premiere also includes a funny viral storyteller (Greenville, South Carolina) and a talented 6-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 4-year-old basketball phenom named Titus (Derby, Kansas) shows his amazing gift for trick shots, while a 6-year-old spelling champ (San Angelo) faces Harvey in a hilarious spelling competition. The sneak peek also includes a 5-year-old reincarnation of Bruce Lee from Japan, two incredible singers from Toronto and Hong Kong, and a sassy dancer (Raleigh, North Carolina) who became an Internet sensation after dancing to Aretha Franklin's "Respect."