The World’s Best
The top contestants will compete for the grand prize of “The World’s Best.” Pictured [L-R]: Rupaul Charles, Faith Hill, James Corden and Drew Barrymore. Monty Brinton/CBS

When “The World’s Best” premieres following Super Bowl LIII, contestants from all over the world will get a chance to showcase their talents and battle it out for a life-changing grand prize.

The CBS competition, which is hosted by James Corden will be judged by Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Charles and Faith Hill.

Not only will the contestants have to impress the judges, but they will also have to break through the “wall of the world,” which is made up of entertainment experts from around the world.

The experts will be on hand to offer feedback to the contestants and help decide which hopefuls will move on to the next round.

“The time has come to take talent competition shows to the next level and bring in judges from around the world to decide on the ultimate winner,” executive producer Mark Burnett said in a press release.

“It’s like the Olympics for entertainment, but you don’t have to wait every two years,” he added.

In the end, the most elite act will be crowned “The World’s Best.” Along with winning the coveted title, they contestant or contestants will also take home $1 million.

“The World’s Best” will premiere following Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night. The second episode of the series will air Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.