The hit show "Little Big Shots" is returning to NBC for a second season on Sunday, March 5 at 8 p.m. The network promised that there will be more kids from all over the world with unique talents. Steve Harvey is returning as the host of the series. Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres are the executive producers of the family show, along with other producers.

What's new in Season 2?

Host Steve Harvey will continue introducing the talented kids and talking to them. Usually the conversations are quite funny. There will be new acts that were not showcased during the first season.

For instance, there will be a little cowboy, a snail whisperer, and a professional animal caller. There will also be geniuses in different subjects, such as anatomy, geography, and even Shakespeare. Kids gifted in music will display their talents in opera, pop, and rap. Others will play musical instruments that include the piano, guitar, and drums.

Kids and the internet

Kids from all over the world have used the internet to make videos that have gone viral. Some of those viral videos will be shown during the new season. Performances will be done by children from the United States, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, England, India, Japan, Romania, Russia, the Netherlands, and the Philippines. That means there will be a lot of diversity.

Season 1

When "Little Big Shots" debuted last spring, viewers fell in love with the series for several reasons. Families could watch it together because it came on at a time that did not keep school children up late at night. Also, the content was something that young children could watch and enjoy with their parents.

A lot of adults loved the show and are waiting for its return.

The series ended up being the No. 1 most-watched new series in total viewers. It was also the most-watched series on NBC in 10 years. "Little Big Shots" did so well during the first season that fans are expecting to be entertained again.

Did you watch Season 1 of "Little Big Shots"? Are you looking forward to Season 2? Make sure to mark your calendar for Sunday, March 5.