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The Voice Kids (German TV series)

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The Voice Kids
GenreReality television
Created byJohn de Mol
Presented by
  • Thore Schölermann (1–)
  • Nela Lee (2)
  • Chantal Janzen (3–4)
  • Debbie Schippers (5–6)
  • Melissa Khalaj (7–)
Judges
Country of originGermany
Original language(s)German
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes47
Production
Executive producer(s)
Running time120–150 minutes
DistributorTalpa
Release
Original networkSat.1
Picture format576i (SDTV) 1080i/1080p (HDTV)
Audio formatStereo
Original release5 April 2013 (2013-04-05) – present
Chronology
Related showsThe Voice of Germany
The Voice (franchise)
The Voice Senior
External links
Website

The Voice Kids is a German music talent show for younger singers, based on the concept of the show The Voice of Germany. The first broadcast took place on 5 April 2013 on Sat.1. The first season was won by twelve year-old Michèle from Lampenberg (Switzerland). The second season began on 12 March 2014, and was won by Danyiom from Ludwigsburg. From 27 February to 24 April 2015 the third season aired, which won by Berliner Noah Levi. The fourth season began on 5 February 2016, and was won by Lukas from Austria. The fifth season began on 5 February 2017, and was won by Sofie from Lower Saxony.

Format

On 25 October 2012, Sat1 announced that they will produce the a children's version of The Voice of Germany with Talpa and Schwartzkopff TV Productions. The new show, The Voice Kids, is based on the format of the original show and focuses on children aged from 8 to 14 years. Performers for the first season had to apply to participate, and about 70 children were cast for the first phase, the "Blind Auditions". There, the children have to sing alone in front of live audiences. The 3 jury members are sitting in a swivel chair with their back to the stage and cannot see the candidates. During the performance, they can elect to support a candidate by pressing a buzzer, which will automatically turn their seat towards the stage. The candidate continues to the next round if he or she receives at least one of the three jury votes. The candidate chooses a coach for the further rounds from all jury members who supported him or her.

It follows a training week in which the coaches prepare their candidates called the "Battle Round" second phase. In the Battle Round three candidates of the same coaching group to sing a song in the trio. Only one of the three candidates is further decision of the respective coaches. The winner of the talent competition receives a training stipend of €15,000 and an optional recording contract. The parents of the victor decide whether they pursue this option or not.

The Voice Kids Germany is the most internationally popular version of the Voice concept with a large YouTube audience for its clips with strong audience interest that stretches far beyond fellow Europeans from Brazil to Vietnam and the Philippines. This is in part due to the fact that the contestants often have a multicultural background with one German parent and one immigrant parent or are first generation German born to an immigrant family. This YouTube impact is exemplified by then-13-year-old performer Laura Kamhuber, born in Austria, whose performance of Dolly Parton's anthem "I Will Always Love You" in the blind audition of the first (2013) series has garnered over 165 million views on YouTube (as of March 2018),[1] and is the most watched YouTube video by an Austrian artist.[2]

Coaches

Coach Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Tim
Henning
Lena
Johannes
Mark
Sascha
Nena & Larissa
Max
BossHoss
Stefanie

Coaches and finalists

     – Winning Coach/Contestant. Winners are in bold, eliminated contestants in small font.
     – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
     – 2nd Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
     – 3rd Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
Season Coaches and their finalists
1 Tim Bendzko Lena Meyer-Landrut Henning Wehland N/A
Rita Gueli
Finn Hackenberg
Kieu
Aitziber
Tim Peltzer
Aulona
Chelsea
Laurin
Michele Bircher
Stephanie Schmidt
Maira
Fabienne
2 Johannes Strate Lena Meyer-Landrut Henning Wehland
Carlotta Truman
Jamica Blackett
Samuel
Soufjan
Joel
Richard Istel
Selin Atici
Lara
Naomi
Patrizia
Stepan
Danyiom Mesmer
Hanna Michalowicz
Chiara Castelli
Melissa
Larissa
3 Johannes Strate Lena Meyer-Landrut Mark Forster
Cosma Leonie
Nestor
Anna
Tamino Monka
Sophie
Noah-Levi Korth
Samuel Wernik
Linnea May
Molly Sue Horn
Tilman
Zoë
Antonia
Emil
Samira
Lukas
4 Sasha Schmitz Lena Meyer-Landrut Mark Forster
Shanice Özbicer
Noël Lunguana
Theo Bestelmeyer
Felix Gerach
Sofia Hoyos Arenas
Ridon Jakupi
Matteo Markus Bok
Yassine Taha
Melisa Tatar
Magdalina Avdalyan
Lukas Janisch
Lara Bloß
Patrick Wamser
Hala Elmolla
Anne Schaller
5 Sasha Schmitz Nena & Larissa Kerner Mark Forster
Luca Emmanuel Kuglmeier
Marie-Sophie
Leonie
Sofie Thomas
Leon
Pia
Diana Donatella
Eric
Lina Kuduzovic
6 Mark Forster Nena & Larissa Kerner Max Giesinger
Anisa Celik
Klaas Müller
Oliwia Campos
Santiago Ghigani
Alycia
Natalia Joy
Benicio Bryant
Flavio Rizzello
Jonah Wichmann
7 Mark Forster Lena Meyer-Landrut Boss Burns & Hoss Power Stefanie Kloss
TBA TBA TBA TBA

Season summary

Colour key

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runners-up Winning coach Host Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 April 5, 2013 May 10, 2013 Michele Bircher Rita Gueli Tim Peltzer N/A Henning Wehland Thore Schölermann Aline von Drateln Tim Lena Henning N/A
2 March 21, 2014 May 9, 2014 Danyiom Mesmer Carlotta Truman Richard Istel Nela Lee Johannes
3 February 27, 2015 April 24, 2015 Noah-Levi Korth Cosma Leonie Zoë Lena Meyer-Landrut Chantal Janzen Mark
4 February 5, 2016 March 25, 2016 Lukas Janisch Ridon Jakupi Shanice Özbicer Mark Forster Sascha
5 February 5, 2017 March 26, 2017 Sofie Thomas Diana Donatella Luca Kuglmeier Nena & Larissa Kerner Debbie Schippers Nena & Larissa
6 February 11, 2018 April 15, 2018 Anisa Celik Benicio Bryant Santiago Ghigani Mark Forster Mark Max
7 February 2019 2019 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Melissa Khalaj Lena BossHoss Stefanie

Season 1 (2013)

The first season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 5 April and ended on 10 May 2013 on Sat.1. The coaches were Tim Bendzko, Lena Meyer-Landrut and Henning Wehland. The series was hosted by Thore Schölermann. The winner was Michele Bircher from Team Henning Wehland.

Season 2 (2014)

The second season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 21 March and ended on 9 May 2014 on Sat.1. Lena Meyer-Landrut and Henning Wehland returned for their second season as coaches. Johannes Strate completed the panel, replacing Tim Bendzko. Thore Schölermann returned for his second season as host. The winner was Danyiom Mesmer from Team Henning Wehland.

Season 3 (2015)

The third season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 27 February and ended on 24 April 2015 on Sat.1. Lena Meyer-Landrut returned for her third season as coach, and Johannes Strate returned for his second season as coach. Mark Forster completed the panel, replacing Henning Wehland. Thore Schölermann returned for his third season as host. The winner was Noah-Levi Korth from team Lena Meyer-Landrut.

Season 4 (2016)

The fourth season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 5 February and ended on 25 March 2016 on Sat.1. Lena Meyer-Landrut returned for her fourth season as coach, and Mark Forster returned for his second season as coach. Sascha Schmitz completed the panel, replacing Johannes Strate. Thore Schölermann returned for his fourth season as host. The winner was Lukas Janisch from team Mark Forster.

Season 5 (2017)

The fifth season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 5 February and ended on 26 March 2017 on Sat.1. Mark Forster returned for his third season as coach, and Sascha Schmitz returned for his second season as coach. Nena and her daughter Larissa Kerner completed the panel, replacing Lena Meyer-Landrut. Thore Schölermann returned for his fifth season as host. The winner was Sofie Thomas from team Nena & Larissa Kerner.

Season 6 (2018)

The sixth season of The Voice Kids in Germany premiered on 11 February and ended on 15 April 2018 on Sat.1. Mark Forster returned for his fourth season as coach, while Nena & Larissa Kerner returned for their second season as coaches. Max Giesinger completed the panel, replacing Sascha Schmitz. Thore Schölermann returned for his sixth season as host. The winner was Anisa Celik from team Mark Forster.[3][4]

Season 7 (2019)

The seventh season of The Voice Kids in Germany will premiere on February 2019 on Sat.1. For the first time in the show's history, the coaching panel would consist of four coaches instead of three. Mark Forster and Lena Meyer-Landrut returned for their fifth season, whereas Stefanie Kloss and The BossHoss joined as new coaches. Thore Schölermann returned for his seventh season as host.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Whitney Houston – I will Always Love You (Laura) | The Voice Kids 2013 | Blind Audition | SAT.1 - YouTube". 2014-04-04. Retrieved 2018-04-09.
  2. ^ "Laura Kamhuber träumt nicht nur". FM1Today. 2017-10-29. Retrieved 2018-03-08.
  3. ^ The Voice Kids - Anisa ist The Voice Kids 2018! (in German), retrieved 2018-05-01
  4. ^ "Anisa gewinnt das Voice-Kids-Finale". mainpost.de (in German). 2018-04-16. Retrieved 2018-05-01.
  5. ^ "The Voice Kids 2019: Das sind die neuen coaches" (in German). The Voice Kids.

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