FOX canceled “American Idol” after 15 seasons in April of last year, but ABC has decided to reboot the highly-popular reality TV competition in May.

According to TV Line, FOX is now looking to create a new singing reality TV show to pit against the “American Idol” reboot and NBC’s “The Voice.” Variety revealed that FOX’s show will be different from “American Idol” and “The Voice” since the four finalists will be selected in the first episode. Every week, new challengers will compete against them and may take their spot if their performances are not up to par with the judges. The winner will be named in the finale.

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As of late, FOX has not yet revealed that official title for the show, but it is the brainchild of Israel’s Armoza Formats, the company that produces “The Final Four” outside the United States. However, the same title will not be used in the U.S. to avoid confusion with the NCAA tournaments. Other details about the new show are still being kept under wraps.

Meanwhile, FOX CEO Dana Walden released a statement in May to defend the network’s decision to not revive “American Idol.” “It feels bad knowing it’s coming back on another network… It felt to us, after taking meetings with production company Fremantle, like it would be extremely fraudulent to bring the show back quickly,” she said.

CEO Gary Newman also said that it is their goal to create a show that will push them forward in the music space instead of reviving an old competition. “Instead of looking back at a show that’s been on the air before, we think it’s important to find something that feels new and distinctive and moves that genre forward, and that’s going to be our focus in the music space,” he said.

As of late, “Roar” singer Katy Perry has already signed on as judge in the “American Idol” reboot. Unfortunately, “American Idol” Season 1 winner Kelly Clarkson will not be joining the panel since she has been tapped to judge in the upcoming season of NBC’s “The Voice.” The release date for all three shows haven’t been announced yet by their respective networks.