Canadian impresario - Gilbert Rozon, the artistic director of Cirque Pinder - Sophie Edelstein and Wouter Levenbach - the Dutch-born singer better-known in this country under his stage name Dave - are back again sitting through the usual motley bunch of acts from which they and later the viewers - can find that "incredible talent".
Precocious children all "autodidact" of course convinced they can sing, dance or play an instrument.
Acrobats from around the world (that's right, the programme is not confined to purely French "talent") who've clearly trained professionally but want an extra bit of exposure by being on telly.
Dance troupes in all shapes and sizes.
"Comedians"- well they think they're funny even if nobody else does.
Those with a message, political, social or just downright dumb such as bursting out of a bin liner or slapping food all over the table.
Motorbikers, magicians, drag acts, choirs - young and old - bands, singers...the list goes on an on.
Still it makes for - ahem - suitably mindless television with presenters Sandrine Corman and her sidekick Alex Goude entertaining themselves as much as the viewers and all the while keeping the show going.
Somehow though anyone watching must be left with the feeling that the real "talent" is to be found elsewhere, especially as immediately following the programme there is the additional and imaginatively- named "La France a un incroyable talent, ça continue".
It recaps what has just been broadcast - very handy if you missed the show in the first place - takes a look at what has happened to past contestants since they first appeared and, most importantly perhaps, allows viewers a glimpse of what's going on in other countries.
And given the original concept is one that has pretty much been picked up around the world, there's obviously enough material out there.
Somehow though you get the feeling that the copies aren't really a patch on the original which gave the world Susan Boyle (although she didn't win) back in 2009 and earlier this year brought us a 16-year-old girl and her dog.
|Pudsey (screenshot from "Britain's got talent")|
And it's only thanks to "La France a un incroyable talent, ça continue" that viewers here have finally discovered the dog's truly amazing talent.
So here's the video.