The Masked Singer will be back for season 2 this fall, and PEOPLE has all the details of what to expect.
Fox’s hit singing competition series — which has its celebrity participants hide their identities by wearing lavish, head-to-toe costumes — will once again leave America guessing, with a premiere set for Sept. 25.
Here’s everything to know about the new season.
There will be more contestants this time around
But for the second season, 16 stars have signed up, meaning the competition will be even steeper.
The host and judges are the same
While a whole new set of celebrities will be competing on season 2, The Masked Singer will still see some familiar faces.
The new character costumes are as detailed as ever
Not all 16 of the character costumes have been released yet, but the ones that have live up to season 1’s over-the-top looks.
Like before, they include an eclectic mix of animals, insects, and mythical creatures.
“There’s a lot more variety this year. It’s visually inspiring,” costume designer Marina Toybina told Entertainment Weekly. “We want them to be more playful on stage, like a little party. These are enriched in detail. They’re walkable art.”
So far, the costumes that have been released are:
There’s also The Rottweiler, though no photo has been released yet. Still, Cannon told Extra, “People are going to love the Rottweiler.”
Fans won’t have to wait long for season 3
The Masked Singer has already been renewed for a third season as of this past May. It will premiere on Feb. 2, 2020, immediately following the Super Bowl.
Following the season 3 premiere, the show will move to Wednesdays, when it will regularly air from 8 to 9 p.m. ET.
Since its premiere in early January, The Masked Singer has shot to the top of the ratings list, quickly becoming Fox’s most-watched unscripted series.
The Masked Singer season 2 premieres on Sept. 25 with a two-hour event, starting at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.