The music expert, known for establishing the Military Wives Choir, will reprise his role in the BBC series for a version airing on the USA network in February.
The Choir USA will see Malone travel across the country developing a new group in each of the ten episodes, mentoring them towards one climatic performance, Broadcast reports.
Tim Carter, chief executive officer of The Choir producers Twenty Twenty, said: "Gareth is the latest in a long line of Brits who the Americans have taken to their hearts, and having built him into one of the most exciting on-screen talents in the UK, it's time for him to become a household name in the US."
The original British series of The Choir, which has aired on BBC Two since 2006, was previously shown on BBC America in the summer of 2010.
Malone was made an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in June after collaborating with Gary Barlow and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber on Diamond Jubilee track 'Sing'.
Watch the video for 'Sing' below: