"La Voz Mexico" Season 5 has been postponed until 2016 following the announcement that a new edition of "Big Brother" was going to be produced in its place. The singing competition has seen singers like Ricky Martin, Alejandra Guzmán, Lucero, Beto Cuevas, Yuri, Laura Pausini, Alejandro Sanz and the late Jenni Rivera as coaches for four seasons. Rumor has it that Televisa made budget cuts and because luring in international and working artists was getting too expensive, they decided to postpone a fifth installment until the following year. Miguel Angel Fox, producer of the show confirmed the news on Twitter: "Thank you to everyone that follows 'La Voz México' which gives us the strenght to make the best possible show. We will see you in 2016!"

Fox will not be laying low for a year though as he has been assigned to produce the return of "Big Brother México," which was last seen in 2005. "I always get into complicated things because I have a challenge and I've been concentrated 24 hours a day in a project that is called 'Big Brother.' We will launch in September," Fox said. "September, October, November and December... It's a big project, very ambitious that has been renovated and never went off-air in other countries. It is a format that has been able to adapt to the times. I think we are going to have a great 'Big Brother' this 2015."

The Mexican version of the Endemol format was first produced in 2002 under the vision of Pedro Torres. Audiences were addicted to the show and Televisa produced civilian and celebrity editions season after season with no big breaks. In 3 years there were 8 seasons, which took a toll in the ratings and quickly burned out. In 2012, Torres produced a special that celebrated the 10th anniversary of when "Big Brother" first launched remembering the first season and the phenomenom that it was. The show gave the houseguests their "fifteen minutes of fame" in the spotlight during and after the show was over. After the special aired, rumor had it Televisa was going to retake the format, but it's only until now that it has actually been confirmed, 10 years after it left the air.