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Hlas Česko Slovenska

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Voice Česko Slovensko
Created byJohn de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Presented byLeoš Mareš (1–2)
Tina (1–2)
JudgesJosef Vojtek (1–2)
Michal David (1–2)
Dara Rolins (1)
Rytmus (1)
Dara & Marta (2)
Majk Spirit (2)
Country of originCzech Republic / Slovakia
Original language(s)Czech / Slovak
No. of series2
No. of episodes33
Production
Executive producer(s)Milan Alchus
Branislav Mensátor
Michaela Petržílková
Producer(s)Talpa Media Group
Running time90 mins
Release
Original networkNova / Markíza
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseFebruary 12, 2012 (2012-02-12) – June 18, 2014 (2014-06-18)
External links
Website

Hlas Česko Slovenska/The Voice Česko Slovensko (Czech and Slovak for The Czech / Slovak Voice, literally The Voice of Czecho Slovakia) is a reality singing competition and version of The Voice of Holland for Czech Republic and Slovakia. Singing competition broadcast on TV Nova and TV Markíza, derived from the original The Voice of Holland. The concept of the competition consists of searching for singer talents (from the second row and duets) over 16 years of age in public casting. The winner is later determined on the basis of a voting vote by SMS, which receives financial rewards and the ability to upload his own album. The winners are Ivanna Bagová and Lenka Hrůzová.

The voice was first introduced to viewers on February 12, 2012, when 1,119 million viewers watched him on average. In the competition, the coaches choose their competitors only according to their voice, who then compete against each other. Not only competitors but also coaches compete because the coach just wants to be what Voice shows. The first coaches were Dara Rolins, Michal David, Josef Vojtek and Rytmus. The show is moderated by Leoš Mareš and Tina.

On November 19, 2013, it was announced that Voice returned to the second season, which began broadcast on March 5, 2014, and ended June 18, 2014 with the victory of Lenka Hrůzová. He also recently appeared in Sunday's slot, not Sunday, as he has done so far.

On June 15, 2018, TV Nova announced on its facebook site that it is already on the third line, this time under the english name The Voice Czech Republic. At the same time, the castings were announced in a new series, where you can sign up using the Nova and Markíza websites. Still, it is not clear who will be among the jury and the moderators, and when television shows this show, we can speculate about the fall of 2018 or the spring of 2019.

Format

Logo used from 2012, 2014
Logo used from 2012, 2014

Each year begins with "Blind Selections," where coaches compose their team of singers (14 in the first year, 12 in the second) with whom they will work during the competition. The coach is facing the back of the contestant in the chair, if the coach likes the show, he presses the "I want you" button and the chair immediately turns towards the contestant with the shining sign I want you to. After being cheered, the competitor is automatically assigned to the team of the coach who chose him. If more coaches have turned, the singer chooses himself to which team he will go.

The next part of the competition is "duels." Each coach will form in his team two couples who will compete in a duel and sing one common song. The coach then decides who to keep in his team. In the first year, the coaches invited their mentor to help them in their decisions (Linda Fink, Vašo Patejdl, Tonya Graves and Tomi Popovič). Since the second year, a new element of theft has been introduced, when a disqualified competitor could take another coach to the team and save him from falling out.

The new part from the second row is "K.O." Team contestants are here again divided into pairs, but each singers sing their song. The coach decides who else to send and who will end up in the competition.

At the final stage of the Live Transmission Competition, the singers sing other songs each week, and the competitor leaves the contest for a week until the winner of the contest is announced. Their audience decides about their fate using SMS votes. The competition leaves the contestants with the smallest number of votes from each team. In the first year each week was dedicated to only two teams separately, so after 14 days each competitor left each competition from each team. Fourteen days before the final, each team participated each week. Progress was made by the competitor with the highest number of points he could get by the number of votes and points from the coach. In each team, the number of votes cast by the spectators was converted to a percentage, and then the points were scored by the coach who had a total of 100 and had to divide them between two contestants from his team. In the second year, this principle was no longer used, with four teams playing every week, and only viewers were taking their decision.

Coaches timeline

Seasons
Coach 1 2 3
Majk Spirit
Dara & Marta (duo)
Michal David
Josef Vojtek
Dara Rolins (solo)
Rytmus

Presenters

Seasons
Presenter 1 2 3
Leoš Mareš
Tina

Coaches' teams

Color key:

     – Winning
     – Runner-Up
     – Third place
     – Fourth place
Season
Josef Vojtek Rytmus Dara Rolins Michal David
1 Markéta Pouličková
Barbora Švidraňová
Daniel Mrózek
Kristína Zakuciová
Jakub Pohle
Veronika Vrublová
Anna Veselovská
Juraj Zaujec
Nikoleta Spalasová
Kristýna Daňhelová
Adam Koubek
Michal Chrenko
Miloš Novotný
Zuzana Mikulcová
Dominika Šuľáková
Katarína Demská
Simona Hégerová
David Bísek
Ivanna Bagová
Brunno Oravec
Kateřina Petráňová
Petr Kutheil
David Weingartner
Alžbeta Pažoutová
Season
Josef Vojtek Majk Spirit Dara Rolins &
Marta Jandová
Michal David
2 Lenka Hrůzová
Simona Gážiková
Edita Třísková
Viktor Homolek
Martin Císar
Blanka & Martin
Veronika Strapková
Kristína Mihaľová
Andrea Holá
Jana Rybníčková
Eliška Mrázová
Marek Relich
Vendula Příhodová
Andrea Janczarová
Zolo Lebo
Martin Kujan
Season
TBA TBA TBA TBA
3

Series overview

Colour key

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Winning coach Host Other host Coaches (chair's order)
1 2 3 4
1 12 February
2012
3 June
2012
Ivanna Bagová Anna Veselovská Markéta Pouličková Miloš Novotný Michal David Leoš Mareš Tina Josef Michal Dara Rytmus
2 5 March
2014
18 June
2014
Lenka Hrůzová Vendula Příhodová Martin Císar Andrea Holá Josef Vojtek Dara & Marta Majk
3 2018 2018

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