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The Voice Brasil

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Voice Brasil
The Voice Brasil new logo.jpg
The Voice Brasil title card
Genre Reality show
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Directed by J. B. de Oliveira
Carlos Magalhães
Presented by
Judges
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 103
Production
Producer(s) J. B. de Oliveira
Production location(s) Globo Studios
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Cinematography Multi-camera
Running time 90 minutes
Production company(s) Talpa Media
Endemol Globo
Release
Original network Rede Globo
Picture format PAL (576i)
HDTV 1080i
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release September 23, 2012 (2012-09-23) – present (present)
Chronology
Related shows
External links
Website

The Voice Brasil is a current Brazilian reality talent show which premiered on Rede Globo on September 23, 2012. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, the series was created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.[1]

The original coaches for the first three seasons were Lulu Santos, Carlinhos Brown, Claudia Leitte and Daniel. Daniel departed after season three and was replaced by Michel Teló from season four onwards; Claudia Leitte was replaced by Ivete Sangalo from season six onwards. It is part of The Voice television franchise.

Format

The series is part of The Voice franchise and is based on a similar competition format in The Netherlands entitled The Voice of Holland. The winner is entitled to a R$ 500.000 prize and a recording contract with Universal Music Group.[2]

Blind auditions

In The Blind Auditions, the four coaches form their team of artists (12 in seasons 1–6 and 18 in season 7) whom they mentor through the remainder of the season.[3] Each judge has the length of the auditionee's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team; if two or more judges want the same singer then the singer gets to choose which coach they want to work with. Since season 7, a new twist called "Block" is featured, which allows one coach to block another coach from getting a contestant.

Battle rounds

In The Battles, each coach pairs two of his or her team members to perform together, then chooses one to advance. Coaches are given "steals" (3 in seasons 1–2 and season 7, 2 in seasons 3–6), allowing each coach to select individuals who were eliminated during a battle round by another coach.[3]

Live shows

In the final phase, the remaining contestants of each team will compete against each other in 4–7 weeks of live broadcasts.[3] The television audience will help to decide who moves on. When one team member remains for each coach, these four contestants will compete against each other in the finale, with the most voted singer declared the season's winner.

Coaches' Battle

Introduced in season 5, in the Coaches' Battle, two contestants from two teams battle against each other and the public vote determines who will advance.

Remix

Introduced in season 5, the Remix round is a way to balance the teams after the Coaches' Battle, which works exactly like the Blind Auditions.

Coaches and hosts

Coaches

The original coaches were revealed in mid-2012 to be: Brazilian axé singer Claudia Leitte, pop rock singer-songwriter Lulu Santos, MPB singer-songwriter Carlinhos Brown and sertanejo singer, Daniel.[3] All four coaches returned for seasons 2 and 3. In 2015, it was announced that Daniel would not return for season 4; sertanejo singer Michel Teló was named his replacement.[4] Claudia Leitte took a hiatus after season 5, swapping roles with Ivete Sangalo to become a coach on The Voice Kids.[5]

Coach Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Carlinhos Brown
Claudia Leitte
Daniel
Lulu Santos
Michel Teló
Ivete Sangalo

Hosts

The show is hosted by sport journalist Tiago Leifert, who has hosted the series since the inaugural season, alongside Mariana Rios, who serves as co-host, backstage interviewer, online and social media correspondent since season 5.[6] Daniele Suzuki was co-host in seasons 1 and 4, Miá Mello co-hosted season 2 and Fernanda Souza in season 3.[7][8][9]

Host Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Tiago Leifert
Daniele Suzuki
Miá Mello
Fernanda Souza
Mariana Rios
Key
     Main host
     Backstage

Series overview

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runners-up Winning coach Hosts Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 September 23, 2012 December 16, 2012 Ellen Oléria Ju Moraes Carlinhos Brown Tiago Leifert
Daniele Suzuki
Lulu Brown Claudia Daniel
Liah Soares
Maria Chistina
2 October 3, 2013 December 26, 2013 Sam Alves Lucy Alves Claudia Leitte Tiago Leifert
Miá Mello
Pedro Lima
Rubens Daniel
3 September 18, 2014 December 25, 2014 Danilo Reis & Rafael Kim Lírio Lulu Santos Tiago Leifert
Fernanda Souza
Claudia Lulu Daniel Brown
Lui Medeiros
Romero Ribeiro
4 October 1, 2015 December 25, 2015 Renato Vianna Ayrton Montarroyos Michel Teló Tiago Leifert
Daniele Suzuki
Brown Teló Lulu Claudia
Junior Lord
Nikki
5 October 5, 2016 December 29, 2016 Mylena Jardim Afonso Cappelo Tiago Leifert
Mariana Rios
Lulu Brown Claudia Teló
Dan Costa
Danilo Franco
6 September 21, 2017 December 21, 2017 Samantha Ayara Carol Biazin Brown Teló Ivete Lulu
Day
Vinicius D'Black
7 July 17, 2018 September 27, 2018 Léo Pain Erica Natuza
Isa Guerra
Kevin Ndjana

Guest mentors and advisers

Season Coaches
1 Lulu Santos Carlinhos Brown Claudia Leitte Daniel
Preta Gil Rogerio Flausino Ed Motta Luiza Possi
2 Lulu Santos Carlinhos Brown Claudia Leitte Daniel
Gaby Amarantos Rogerio Flausino Maria Gadú Luiza Possi
3 Claudia Leitte Lulu Santos Daniel Carlinhos Brown
Dudu Nobre Di Ferrero Luiza Possi Rogerio Flausino
4 Carlinhos Brown Michel Teló Lulu Santos Claudia Leitte
Rogerio Flausino Luiza Possi Di Ferrero Alexandre Pires
5 Lulu Santos Carlinhos Brown Claudia Leitte Michel Teló
Ivete Sangalo
6 Carlinhos Brown Michel Teló Ivete Sangalo Lulu Santos
None
7 Carlinhos Brown Michel Teló Ivete Sangalo Lulu Santos
Anitta

Ratings and reception

Season Timeslot Premiered Ended TV season SP viewers
(in points)
Source
Date Viewers
(in points)
Date Viewers
(in points)
1 Sunday 02:15 p.m. September 23, 2012 15.0 December 16, 2012 14.0 2012–13 14.62 [10][11]
[12][13]
2 Thursday 10:30 p.m. October 3, 2013 24.3 December 26, 2013 27.0 2013–14 25.78 [14]
[15]
3 September 18, 2014 21.1 December 25, 2014 22.2 2014–15 22.15

4 October 1, 2015 20.2 December 25, 2015 21.0 2015–16 20.25

5 October 5, 2016 22.9 December 29, 2016 18.8 2016–17 21.57

6 September 21, 2017 25.2 December 21, 2017 25.8 2017–18 23.44

7 Tuesday 10:30 p.m.
Thursday 10:30 p.m.
July 17, 2018 22.0 September 27, 2018 23.2 2018–19

  • Each point represents a specific number of households in São Paulo.

2012: 60.000 households
2013: 62.000 households
2014: 65.000 households
2015: 67.000 households
2016: 69.000 households
2017: 70.500 households
2018: 72.000 households

International broadcasting

Country / Region Channel Airing
Africa (orthographic projection).svg
Africa
TV Globo Africa September 30, 2012
Asia (orthographic projection).svg
Asia
TV Globo Oceania
Central America (orthographic projection).svg
Central America
TV Globo North America September 23, 2012
Europe (orthographic projection).svg
Europe
TV Globo Europe September 30, 2012
 Japan TV Globo IPC
North America (orthographic projection).svg
North America
TV Globo North America September 23, 2012
Oceania (orthographic projection).svg
Oceania
TV Globo Oceania September 30, 2012
 Portugal TV Globo Portugal
South America (orthographic projection).svg
South America
TV Globo South America September 23, 2012

References

  1. ^ "Diretores do The Voice Brasil esperam fortes candidatos para a primeira edição do reality". Globo.com. Retrieved May 27, 2012.
  2. ^ "'O objetivo não é produzir um talento. É revelá-lo', explica Boninho". Rede Globo. Retrieved May 16, 2012.
  3. ^ a b c d "The Voice Brasil estreia no próximo domingo em busca da voz do país". Rede Globo. Retrieved 22 September 2012.
  4. ^ "Michel Teló no 'The Voice Brasil': cantor vai substituir Daniel".
  5. ^ "Ivete Sangalo será técnica do 'The Voice Brasil', e Claudia Leitte assume cadeira do 'The Voice Kids'".
  6. ^ "Tiago Leifert é o apresentador do The Voice Brasil".
  7. ^ "Daniele Suzuki também está na equipe do The Voice Brasil".
  8. ^ "Miá Mello substitui Daniele Suzuki no The Voice Brasil".
  9. ^ "Fernanda Souza chega para o elenco do The Voice Brasil".
  10. ^ "The Voice" estreia com boa audiência, mas pouco impacto
  11. ^ 'The Voice Brasil' eleva audiência das tardes dominicais da Globo
  12. ^ Em final burocrática, 'The Voice Brasil' 'desce o tom' com ibope morno
  13. ^ Final do 'The Voice' não tem a maior audiência da temporada, mas garante a liderança com folga
  14. ^ "'The Voice Brasil' aumenta 60% de sua audiência no horário nobre". Caras. UOL. October 4, 2013.
  15. ^ "'The Voice Brasil' chega ao fim como o grande acerto em audiência da Globo no ano". Blog Outro Canal. December 27, 2013.

External links

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