Got Talent

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Got Talent
Got Talent logo.jpg
Genre Reality
Format Talent show
Created by Simon Cowell
Production
Producer(s) FremantleMedia
SYCOtv
Thames (2012–)
Talkback Thames (2007–11)
Running time 45–110 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC (U.S.)
ITV (UK)
Original run 21 June 2006 (2006-06-21) (U.S.)
9 June 2007 (2007-06-09) (UK) – present
Chronology
Related shows America's Got Talent
Britain's Got Talent
The X Factor
External links
Production website

Got Talent is a talent show television format conceived and owned by Simon Cowell's SYCOtv company. A pilot was made in the United Kingdom in 2005, hosted by Paul O'Grady, but after O'Grady's split with ITV, the series was postponed, resulting in America's Got Talent – the first full series of the format.

It has spawned spin-offs in over 58 countries (as of April 2014), in what is now referred to as the Got Talent format,[1] similar to that described by FremantleMedia of the Idol format.[citation needed] In April 2014, the format was named the world's most successful reality TV format ever by the Guinness World Records.[1]

History[edit]

Got Talent was a British invention by The X Factor creator Simon Cowell, with comedian and talk show host Paul O'Grady producing a pilot for ITV in 2005. O'Grady left the network after disputes with ITV, resulting in Cowell moving the concept to the United States while he and ITV searched for a new show host.

Due to these issues, the Got Talent franchise ended up debuting first as America's Got Talent on NBC on 21 June 2006, with judges David Hasselhoff, Brandy Norwood, and Piers Morgan. The show's original series was hosted by Regis Philbin. In 2014, the judging panel consisted of Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Melanie Brown, and Howard Stern, and hosted by Nick Cannon, who has been the presenter since 2009.[2] The grand prize on America's Got Talent is $1 million, and, since season 3, a chance to headline a show on the Las Vegas Strip. America's Got Talent proved extremely successful for NBC, pulling in high ratings in both total viewers and the younger 18-49 demographic. The show's initial success in America is credited with the eventual launch of the British series, and the overall global launch of the Got Talent franchise.

ITV eventually debuted Britain's Got Talent on 9 June 2007 with Cowell, Morgan and Amanda Holden as judges, and Ant & Dec as hosts of the show. For series 5, Morgan stepped down due to commitments hosting Piers Morgan Tonight on CNN, and Cowell only attended the live shows as he was busy launching The X Factor USA, so Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff joined the panel with Holden. In October 2011, it was confirmed that McIntyre and Hasselhoff would not return for series 6 and they were replaced by David Walliams and Alesha Dixon, along with Cowell returning as a judge full-time. The top prize was initially £100,000 (changed to £500,000 in series 6 and £250,000 since series 7), and a performance at the Royal Variety Show in front of The Queen, and Prince Charles.

Proposed global version[edit]

In June 2010, following Britain's Got Talent's success at the BAFTA television awards, Cowell voiced his ideas regarding World's Got Talent, a global version of Got Talent. However, he argued that the format would not work with judges as they had all "tried to be him" in previous attempts (such as World Idol), and instead proposed a commentary format, similar to that of the Eurovision Song Contest.[3] During the same week, more details were announced, with Cowell explaining 20 previous winning contestants from global variations of Got Talent would be brought together at the Royal Albert Hall with himself and Jonathan Lopez both having roles in the show. A proposed prize of £1 million was announced, along with a projected global television audience of 300 million, and an intended airdate of 2011.[4]

However, Cowell halted plans for the series because it would hamper with his judging commitments with The X Factor USA and Britain's Got Talent for the years to come. In February 2014, The X Factor USA was cancelled by Fox due to low ratings and Cowell's decision to return to the UK version of that show.

Got Talent around the world[edit]

Individual Got Talent series[edit]

Country Name Network Premiere Host(s) Judges Seasons and winners
 Afghanistan استعداد افغان
Estedad Afghan
1TV July 2014 Mukthar Lashkari Unknown Season 1, 2014: Unknown
 Albania
 Kosovo
Albanians Got Talent Top Channel 25 August 2010 Albana Osmani
Benet Kaci
Altin Basha
Rovena Dilo
Armend Rexhepagiqi
Season 1, 2010–2011: Fiqiri Luli & Sabrina Troushku (circus dancers)
Arab League Arab World Arabs Got Talent MBC 14 January 2011 Raya Abi Rached
Qusai Kheder
Current
Najwa Karam
Ali Jaber
Nasser Al Qasabi
Ahmed Helmy
Former
Amr Adeeb

Season 1, 2011: Egypt Amr Qatamesh (stand-up satirical poetry)
Season 2, 2012: Saudi Arabia Khawater Al-Zalam (glow-in-the-dark)
Season 3, 2013: Syria Sima group (artistic dance)
Season 4, 2014: Current season

 Argentina Talento Argentino Telefe 27 July 2008 Mariano Peluffo Cesar 'Kike' Teruel
Maximiliano Guerra
Catherine Fulop

Season 1, 2008: Martin Bustos (humorian imitation)
Season 2, 2009: Daniel Ferreyra (guitarist)
Season 3, 2010–2011: Diego Gutierrez (accordion player)
Season 4, 2014: Upcoming season

 Armenia Թաքնված տաղանդ
Taknvats taghand
Shant TV 2009 Grigor Aghakhanyan Nikolai Tsaturyan (2008)
Violet Grigoryan
Artyom Forums
Sergei Danielian

Season 1, 2009: Samvel Davtyan (singer)
Season 2, 2010: Samvel Harutyunyan (singer)

 Australia Australia's Got Talent Seven Network (2007–2012)
Nine Network (2013)
18 February 2007 Grant Denyer (2007–2012)
Julia Morris (2013)
Red Symons (2007–2009)
Tom Burlinson (2007–2009)
Brian McFadden (2010–2012)
Dannii Minogue (2007–2012)
Kyle Sandilands (2010–2013)
Timomatic (2013)
Dawn French (2013)
Geri Halliwell (2013)

Season 1, 2007: Bonnie Anderson (12-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2008: "Smokin" Joe Robinson (16-year-old guitarist)
Season 3, 2009: Mark Vincent (15-year-old-opera singer)
Season 4, 2010: Justice Crew (dance troupe)
Season 5, 2011: Jack Vidgen (14-year-old singer)
Season 6, 2012: Andrew De Silva (37-year-old singer)
Season 7, 2013: Uncle Jed (Funk/Soul/Jazz/Reggae band)

 Azerbaijan Göstər özünü
Goster Ozunu
ANS TV 30 August 2013 Mushfig Huseynov (2013)
Chingiz Ahmadov (2014–)
Arzu Rzayev
Saida Sultan
 Belgium Supertalent in Vlaanderen (Dutch) VIER 15 March 2007 Dré Steemans
Ann Van Elsen
Paul Jambers
Martine Prenen
Gert Verhulst

Season 1, 2007: Triple E (sisters trio)

Belgium's Got Talent (Dutch) vtm 10 September 2012 Koen Wauters Ray Cokes
Karen Damen
Rob Vanoudenhoven

Season 1, 2012: Karolien Goris (11-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2013: Michael Lanzo (34-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2014: Upcoming season

Belgium's Got Talent (French) RTL-TVI 10 September 2012 Julie Taton
Jean-Michel Zecca
Maureen Dor
Carlos Vaquera
Paul Ambach

Season 1, 2012: 2 Mad (dance troupe)
Season 2, 2013: Junbox (Dancer)

 Brazil Got Talent Brasil Rede Record 2 April 2013 Rafael Cortez Milton Cunha
Daniela Cicarelli
Sidney Magal

Season 1, 2013: Domingues da Palha (play music with coconut leafs)
Season 2, 2014: Upcoming Season

 Bulgaria България търси талант
Balgariya tarsi talant
bTV 1 March 2010 Current:
Maria Silvestar
Former:
Mariya Ignatova
Alexandra Raeva
Current:
Luben Dilov - son (seasons 1–3)
Asen Blatechki (season 3)
Vania Tsvetkova (season 3)
Esil Diuran (season 3)
Former:
Magardich Halvadjian (seasons 1–2)
Hilda Kazasian (season 1–2)
Krasimir Radkov (season 2)

Season 1, 2010: Bogdana Petrova (17-year-old visually impaired singer)
Season 2, 2012: Kristina Arabadzhieva (12-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2014: Thomas Tomov (17-year-old singer)

 Cambodia Cambodia's Got Talent Hang Meas HDTV 2014 Nhem Sokun
Pen Chamrong
Preap Sovath
Khat Sokhim
Neay Koy

Season 1, 2014: Upcoming Season

 Canada Canada's Got Talent City 4 March 2012 Dina Pugliese Stephan Moccio
Measha Brueggergosman
Martin Short

Season 1, 2012: Sagkeeng's Finest (tap dance troupe)

 Chile Talento Chileno Chilevisión 27 September 2010 Current
Eva Gómez (2013–)
Former
Julián Elfenbein (2010)
Rafael Araneda (2011–2012)
Current
Antonio Vodanovic (2010–)
Carolina de Moras (2013–)
Bombo Fica (2013-)
Former
Rodrigo Díaz (2010–2012)
Francisca García-Huidobro (2010–2012)

Season 1, 2010: Camila Silva (16-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2011: Ignacio Venegas (23-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2012: Susana Sáez (35-year-old singer)
Season 4, 2013: Carolina and Felipe (Tango dancers)
Season 5, 2014: Current Season

 China2 中国达人秀
Zhōngguó Dárén Xiù
China's Got Talent
DragonTV
Xing Kong
25 July 2010 Cheng Lei
Cao Kefan (2010)
Yang Lan (2011)
Current
Vicki Zhao Wei
Liu Ye
Alec Su You-peng
Wang Wei-chung
Former
Gao Xiaosong (2010–2012)
Annie Yi Nengjing (2010–2012)
Jerry Huang Shu-chun (2011–2012)
Dou Wentao (2012)
Xu Jinglei (2012)
Leon Lai Ming(2012)
Yang Wei (2011–2012)

Zhou Libo (2010–2012)
Guest
Yang Lan (2011)
Ni Ping (2011)
Huang Doudou (2011)

Season 1, 2010: Liu Wei (armless pianist)
Season 2, 2011: Zhuo Jun (popper)
Season 3, 2011–2012: Pan Qianqian (female baritone singer)
Season 4, 2012–2013: Wang Jungru (17-year old contortionist)
Season 5, 2013–2014: Yin Zhonghua (acrobat)

 Colombia Colombia Tiene Talento Canal RCN 6 February 2012 Santiago Rodríguez Paola Turbay
Alejandra Azcarate
Manolo Cardona

Season 1, 2012: Paolo Alexander González (24-year-old pianist)
Season 2, 2013: Byron González (speed painter)

 Croatia Supertalent Nova TV 25 September 2009 Rene Bitorajac
Igor Mešin
Nina Badrić
Enis Bešlagić
Dubravko Merlić

Season 1, 2009: Tihomir Bendelja (gymnastic twirling)
Season 2, 2010: Viktorija Novosel (21-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2011 : Promenada Klub (shadow theatre)

Czech Republic Slovakia
Czech & Slovakia
Česko Slovensko má talent Slovakia TV JOJ
Czech Republic TV Prima
29 August 2010 Martin "Pyco" Rausch
Jakub Prachař
Current
Lucie Bílá (2010–)
Jaro Slávik (2010–)
Leoš Mareš (2013–)
Former
Jan Kraus (2010)
Martin Dejdar (2011–2012)

Season 1, 2010: DaeMen (hand-to-hand acrobatics)
Season 2, 2011: Atai Omurzakov (21-year-old dancer)
Season 3, 2012: Jozef Pavlusík (24-year-old opera singer)
Season 4, 2013: Miroslav Sýkora (25-year-old opera singer)
Season 5, 2015: Upcoming season

 Denmark Talent (2008–2010)
Danmark har talent (2014–)
DR (2008–2010)
TV2 (2014–)
15 August 2008 Former
Felix Schmidt (2008–10)
Mikkel Herforth (2008)
Former
Martin Hall (2008)
Peter Aalbæk Jensen (2008)
Julie Steincke (2008)
Jesper Dahl (2009–10)
Hella Joof (2009–10)
Nikolaj Koppel (2009–10)

Season 1, 2008: Robot Boys (robot dancing duo)
Season 2, 2009: Kalle Pimp (rap)
Season 3, 2010: Copenhagen Drummers (military drummers)
Season 4, 2014: Upcoming season

 Ecuador Ecuador Tiene Talento Ecuavisa 25 March 2012 Nicolas Espinoza (2012)
Bianca Salame (2012)
Jonathan Estrada
Henry Bustamante (2013)
Diego Spotorno (2013)
Karla Kanora (2012)
Jaime Enrique Aymara (2012)
Paola Farias
Maria Fernanda Rios
Wendy Vera
Fabrizio Ferretti

Season 1, 2012: Luis Castillo (37-year-old street comedian)
Season 2, 2013: José Fernando Lara (26-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2014: Coming Soon

 Estonia Eesti talent TV3 9 October 2010 Eda-Ines Etti
Tanel Padar
Kristiina Heinmets-Aigro
Valdo Randpere
Mihkel Raud

Season 1, 2010–11: Erki-Andres Nuut (leaf instrument player)
Season 2, 2012: Unknown

 Finland Talent Suomi Nelonen 1 October 2007 Current
Lorenz Backman (2012–)
Sebastian Rejman (2012–)
Former
Susanna Laine (2007)
Martti Vannas (2007)
Jarkko Valtee (2009–2011)
Osku Heiskanen (2009–2011)
Current
Maria Sid (2012–)
Janne Kataja (2012–)
Mikko Von Hertzen (2012–)
Former
Timo Koivusalo (2007)
Sami Saikkonen (2007–2011)
Katja Ståhl (2007–2011)
Jaana Saarinen (2009–2011)

Season 1, 2007: Aleksi Vähäpassi (beatbox)
Season 2, 2009: Miikka Mäkelä (pantomim dance)
Season 3, 2011: VIP Bartenders (flair bartenders)
Season 4, 2012: Daniel Helakorpi (poem reader)

 France Incroyable Talent
(2006–2008)
M6 6 November 2006 Alessandra Sublet (2006–2008) Current
Gilbert Rozon (2006–)
Lorie (2014-)
Former
Jean-Pierre Domboy (2006)
Patrick Dupond (2007–2008)
Smaïn (2009)
Valérie Stroh (2009)
Sophie Edelstein (2006–2008,
2010-2013)
Dave (2010–2013)
Andrée Deissenberg (2013)

Season 1, 2006: Salah Benlemqawanssa (popper/b-boy)
Season 2, 2007: Junior (break dancer)
Season 3, 2008: Alex (fire artist)

La France a un incroyable talent
(2009–)
Sandrine Corman (2009–2013)
Alex Goude (2009–)

Season 4, 2009: Les Echos-liés (comic group)
Season 5, 2010: Axel et Alizée (young dancing duo)
Season 6, 2011: Marina Dalmas (13-year-old singer)
Season 7, 2012: Die-Mobiliés (shadow play)
Season 8, 2013: Simon Heule (acrobat)
Season 9, 2014: Upcoming Season

 Georgia ნიჭიერიv
Nichieri
Rustavi 2 1 February 2010 Tika Patsatsia
Vano Tarkhnishvili
Nika Memanishvili
Maia Asatiani
Gega Palavandishvili

Season 1, 2010: Levan Shavadze (singer)
Season 2, 2011: Vano Pipia (singer)
Season 3, 2012: Nona Giunashvili (sand artist)

 Germany Das Supertalent RTL Television 20 October 2007 Marco Schreyl (2007–2011)
Daniel Hartwich (2008–)
Current
Dieter Bohlen (2007-)
Bruce Darnell (2008–2010, 2013-)
Lena Gercke (2013-)
Guido Maria Kretschmer (2013-)
Former
Ruth Moschner (2007)
André Sarrasani (2007)
Sylvie van der Vaart (2008–2011)
Motsi Mabuse (2011)
Thomas Gottschalk (2012)
Michelle Hunziker (2012)

Season 1, 2007: Ricardo Marinello (19-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2008: Michael Hirte (harmonica players)
Season 3, 2009: Yvo Antoni & Primadonna (dog training)
Season 4, 2010: Freddy Sahin-Scholl (two-voice singer)
Season 5, 2011: Leo Rojas (panpipe player)
Season 6, 2012: Jean-Michel Aweh (singer and pianist)
Season 7, 2013: Lukas & Falco (dog act)
Season 8, 2014: Upcoming season

 Greece Ελλάδα Έχεις Ταλέντο
Ellada Eheis Talento
ANT1 23 March 2007 Sophia Aliberti (2007)
Christos Ferentinos (2009–)
Ilias Psinakis (2007–2010, 2013)
Matthildi Maggira (2007–2009)
Vaggelis Perris (2007–2012)
Eugenia Manolidou (2010–)
Charis Christopoulos (2012–)

Season 1, 2007: Christos Zacharopoulos (12-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2009: Kiss Madiam (band)
Season 3, 2010: Nikos Georgeas (singer)
Season 4, 2012: Stelios Legakis (singer)
Season 5, 2013: Killah P (singer)

 Hungary Csillag Születik RTL Klub 20 October 2007 Current
Ördög Nóra (2007–)
Lilu (2012–)
Former
Stohl András (2007–2009)
Nagy Sándor (2011)
Current
Hajós András (2012–)
Pokorny Lia (2012–)
Puzsér Róbert (2012–)
Former
Fábry Sándor (2007)
Falusi Mariann (2007)
Náray Tamás (2007)
Keleti Andrea (2007)
Hernádi Judit (2009)
Oroszlán Szonja (2009–2011)
Fáy Miklós (2009–2011)
Szirtes Tamás (2009–2011)
Season 1, 2007: Utasi Árpád (comedian)

Season 2, 2009: Tabáni István (singer)
Season 3, 2011: Attila László (singer)
Season 4, 2012: Elek János Mészáros (opera/Hungarian song singer)
Season 4, 2014: Upcoming season

 Iceland Ísland Got Talent Stöð 2 December 2013 Auðunn Blöndal Jón Jónsson
Þórunn Antonía Magnúsdóttir
Bubbi Morthens
Þorgerður Katrín Gunnarsdóttir
Season 1, 2013–14: Brynjar Dagur (dancer)
 India India's Got Talent Colors 27 June 2009 Current
Mantra
Bharti Singh
VJ Andy

Former
Nikhil Chinappa (2009–2010)
Ayushmann Khurrana (2009–2010)
Meiyang Chang (2011)
Gautam Rode (2011)
Manish Paul (2012)
Cyrus Sahukar (2012)

Current
Kirron Kher(2009–)
Karan Johar (2012–)
Malaika Arora Khan(2012-)

Former
Shekhar Kapur (2009)
Sonali Bendre (2009–2011)
Sajid Khan (2010)
Dharmendra Singh Deol (2011)
Farah Khan (2012)

Season 1, 2009: Prince Dance Group
Season 2, 2010: Shillong Chamber Choir
Season 3, 2011: Suresh and Vernon Group
Season 4, 2012: Bivash Dance Academy[5]
Season 5, 2014: Naadyong Academy Dance Troupe

 Indonesia Indonesia's Got Talent Indosiar (2010)
SCTV (2014–)
23 July 2010 Current
Ibnu Jamil (2014–)
Evan Sanders (2014–)
Former
Tora Sudiro (2010)
Vincent Rompies (2010)
Current
Jay Subiyakto (2014–)
Anggun (2014–)
Ari Lasso (2014–)
Indy Barends (2014-)
Former
Ria Irawan (2010)
Anjasmara (2010)
Vina Panduwinata (2010)

Season 1, 2010: Vania Larissa (15-year-old opera singer)
Season 2, 2014: Ariani Putri (8-year-old blind singer)

 Israel הדבר הגדול הבא
HaDavar HaGadol HaBa
Channel 2 (Reshet) 26 June 2007 Noa Tishby Motty Reif
Yael Bar Zohar
Yehoram Gaon

Season 1, 2007: Keren Elnekave and Yaniv Swissa (aerial acrobatics)

 Italy Italia's Got Talent Canale 5 (2009–2013)
Sky Uno (2015–)
12 December 2009 Simone Annicchiarico (2009–2013)
Geppi Cucciari (2010–2011)
Belén Rodríguez (2012–2013)
Vanessa Incontrada (2015)
Gerry Scotti (2009–2013)
Maria De Filippi (2009–2013)
Rudy Zerbi (2009–2013)
Claudio Bisio (2015)
Luciana Littizzetto (2015)
Frank Matano (2015)
Nina Zilli (2015)

Season 1, 2009–2010: Carmen Masola (39 year old opera singer)
Season 2, 2011: Fabrizio Vendramin (painter)
Season 3, 2012: Stefano Scarpa (acro pole flag man)
Season 4, 2013 (Spring): Daniel Adomako (22 year old singer)
Season 5, 2013 (Autumn): Samuel Barletti (ventriloquist)
Season 6, 2015: Upcoming Season

 Kazakhstan Жұлдызды Сәт
Zhuldyzdy Set
Kazakhstan-1 11 May 2013 Unknown Unknown

Season 1, 2013: Unknown

 Kenya Kenya's Got Talent[6] KTN 2014/15 TBA TBA
 Lithuania Lietuvos talentai TV3 Lithuania 27 September 2009 Mindaugas Stasiulis
Džiugas Siaurusaitis
Current
Marijonas Mikutavičius
Rūta Ščiogolevaitė
Former
Adolfas Večerskis (2009–2010)
Vytautas Šapranauskas (2011–2012)

Season 1, 2009: Mikas (play teeth)
Season 2, 2010: Martynas (playing accordion)
Season 3, 2011: Marius Petrauskas (singer)

 Mexico México Tiene Talento Azteca October 2014 TBA TBA

Season 1, 2014: Upcoming season

 Moldova Moldova are talent Prime 11 October 2013 Mircea Marco
Adrian Ursu
Nicu Țărnă
Tania Cerga
Mihai Munteanu

Season 1, 2013: Monica Pîrlici (poetry artist)[7]

 Netherlands Holland's Got Talent SBS 6 (2008–2009)
RTL 4 (2010–)
28 March 2008 Gerard Joling (2008–2009)
Robert ten Brink (2010–)
Current
Gordon Heuckeroth (2010–)
Dan Karaty (2010–)
Chantal Janzen (2013–)
Former
Henkjan Smits (2008–2009)
Robert Ronday (2008–2009)
Patricia Paay (2008–2012)

Season 1, 2008: Daniëlle Bubberman (contortionist)
Season 2, 2009: Tessa Kersten (guitarist/singer)
Season 3, 2010: Martin Hurkens (opera singer)
Season 4, 2011: Aliyah Kolf (singer)
Season 5, 2012: DDF Crew (ropeskipping)
Season 6, 2013: Amira Willighagen (9-year-old opera singer)
Season 7, 2014: Upcoming season

 New Zealand New Zealand's Got Talent Prime (2008)
TV One (2012)
8 September 2008 Andrew Mulligan (2008)
Jason Reeves (2008)
Tamati Coffey (2012–2013)
Miriama Smith (2008)
Paul Ellis (2008)
Richard Driver (2008)
Ali Campbell (2012)
Jason Kerrison (2012–2013)
Rachel Hunter (2012–2013)
Cris Judd (2013)

Season 1, 2008: Chaz Cummings (16-year-old dancer)
Season 2, 2012: Clara van Wel (15-year-old singer)
Season 3, 2013: Renee Maurice (22-year-old signer)

 Nigeria Nigeria's Got Talent AIT
NTA
16 September 2012 Andre Blaze Henshaw (2012–) Dan Foster (2012)
Kate Henshaw (2012)
Yibo Koko (2012)

Season 1, 2012: Amarachi Uyanne (8-year-old dancer)
Season 2, 2013: Robots for Christ (poppin dance duo)

 Norway Norske Talenter TV 2 22 February 2008 Marte Stokstad
Sturla Berg-Johansen (2008)
Pia Lykke (2009)
Jan Fredrik Karlsen (2008–2009)
Thomas Giertsen(2008–2010)
Mia Gundersen(2008–)
Alex Rosén (2010–2012)
Adil Khan (2011–2012)
Omer Bhatti (2013-)
Lisa Tønne (2013-)
Bjarte Hjelmeland (2013-)

Season 1, 2008: Erlend Bratland (16-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2009: Quick (hip-hop dancer)
Season 3, 2010: Kristian Rønning (Rapper)
Season 4, 2011: Daniel Johansen Elmhari (11-year old dancer)
Season 5, 2012: Stine H. Ulla (17-year-old opera singer)
Season 6, 2014: Angelina Jordan (8-year-old singer)

 Peru Perú Tiene Talento Frecuencia Latina 15 September 2012 Christian Rivero Cecilia Bracamonte
Carlos Galdós
Almendra Gomelsky
Beto Ortiz

Season 1, 2012: Alessandra Aguirre (Singer)
Season 2, 2013: Rod Martin (Painter)

 Philippines Pilipinas Got Talent ABS-CBN 20 February 2010 Billy Crawford (2010–13)
Luis Manzano (2010–13)
Freddie M. Garcia (2010–13)
Kris Aquino (2010–13)
Ai-Ai Delas Alas (2010–13)

Season 1, 2010: Jovit Baldivino (16-year-old singer)
Season 2, 2011: Marcelito Pomoy (25-year-old falsetto singer)
Season 3, 2011: Maasinhon Trio (singing trio)
Season 4, 2013: Roel Manlangit (13-year-old singer)

 Poland Mam talent! TVN 13 September 2008 Marcin Prokop
Szymon Hołownia
Current
Małgorzata Foremniak
Agnieszka Chylińska
Agustin Egurrola (2013–)

Former
Kuba Wojewódzki (2008–2010)
Robert Kozyra (2011–2012)

Season 1, 2008: Mellkart Ball (duo acrobatics)
Season 2, 2009: Marcin Wyrostek (28-year-old accordion player)
Season 3, 2010: Magdalena Welc (12-year-old singer)
Season 4, 2011: Kacper Sikora (19-year old singer)
Season 5, 2012: Delfina & Bartek (acrobatic duo)
Season 6, 2013: Ukraine Tetiana Galitsyna (sand artist)
Season 7, 2014: Current season

 Portugal Aqui Há Talento RTP1 28 January 2007 Sílvia Alberto Joaquim Monchique
Sílvia Rizzo
Paulo Dias
Season 1, 2007: Abstractin' (breakdance)
Portugal Tem Talento SIC 30 January 2011 Bárbara Guimarães Conceição Lino
José Diogo Quintela
Ricardo Pais
Season 1, 2011: Filipe Santos (beatbox)
Romania Moldova
Romania & Moldova
Românii au talent Romania PRO TV
Moldova ProTV Chișinău
18 February 2011 Smiley
Pavel Bartoș
Current
Andra(1-)
Andi Moisescu(1-)
Bebe Cotimanis(5-)
Mihaela Rădulescu(5-)
Former
Mihai Petre (1-4)

Season 1, 2011: Adrian Ţuţu (rapper)
Season 2, 2012: Cristian Gog (mentalist)
Season 3, 2013: Bruno Icobet (dancing dog act)
Season 4, 2014: Brio Sonores (opera singers)
Season 5, 2015: Upcoming season

 Russia Минута славы
Minuta slavy
Channel 1 17 February 2007 Current
Alexander Oleshko (2009–2013)
Julia Kovalchuk (2010–2013)
Dmitry Shepelev (2011–2013)

Former
Garik Martirosyan (2007)
Alexander Tsekalo (2008)
Ville Haapasalo (2009)

Tatyana Tolstaya (2007–2008)
Alexander Maslyakov (2007–2013)
Alexander Tsekalo (2007)
Leonid Parfyonov (2009)
Mariya Shukshina (2010)
Larisa Guzeyeva (2011–2013)
Sergei Yursky (2012–2013)

Season 1, 2007: Maxim Tokayev (musician)
Season 2, 2007: Dimitry Bulkin a.k.a. Dima Shine (gymnastics parade)
Season 3, 2008: Grace (ensemble)
Season 4, 2009–2010: Brothers of Grinchenko (acrobats)
Season 5, 2010–2011: Viktor Kochkin and Danil Anastasin (breakdancers without legs)
Season 6, 2011–2012: Igor Butorin (hula hoops)
Season 7, 2012–2013: "I_Team" group (jumping on a trampoline)

 Serbia Ja imam talenat! RTV Pink (2009)
RTS (2011–)
21 September 2009 Ivana Bajić
Vladimir Aleksić
Current
Ivan Tasovac
Nataša Ninković
Ivan Bosiljčić
Former
Danica Maksimović (2009–2011)
Aleksandar Milić Mili (2009–2012)
Mina Lazarević (2011–2012)

Season 1, 2009: Danijel, Darko and Sandra Piler (young music trio)
Season 2, 2011: Milica Dokić and Nenad Mahmutović (deaf dancers)
Season 3, 2012: Bojana and Nikola Peković (young traditional musicians)
Season 4, 2013: Katarina Kovačević (21-year-old singer)

 Singapore Singapore's Got Talent MediaCorp Channel 5 15 April 2015 Daniel Ong Simon Cowell
Lee Tzu Pheng
Liang Wern Fook
Michael Grimm

Season 1, 2015: Upcoming season

 Slovakia Slovensko má talent Markíza (2008)
21 September 2008 Maroš Kramár (2008)
Barbora Rakovská (2008)
Jan Kraus (2008)
Adela Banášová (2008)
Palo Habera (2008)

Season 1, 2008: Old School Brothers (hip-hop breakers)

 Slovenia Slovenija ima talent POP TV 21 March 2010 Current
Peter Poles (2010–2011,2014)
Vid Valič (2010–2011,2014)

Former
Jože Robežnik (2013)
Matej Puc (2013)

Current
Branko Čakarmiš
Ana Klašnja (2013)
Damjan Damjanovič (2013)

Former
Brane Kastelic (2010–2011)
Lucienne Lončina (2010–2011)

Season 1, 2010: Lina Kuduzović (7 years old songbird)
Season 2, 2011: Julija Kramar (35-year-old opera singer)
Season 3, 2013: Alja Krušič (16-year-old singer)
Season 4, 2014: Current season

 South Africa SA's Got Talent SABC2 (2009–2010)
e.tv (2011–)
1 October 2009 Tats Nkonzo Shado Twala
Kabelo Molane
Ian von Memerty

Season 1, 2009: Darren Rajbal (19-year-old deaf hip hop dancer)
Season 2, 2010: James Bhemgee (45-year-old opera singer)
Season 3, 2012: Botlhale Boikanyo (11-year-old praise poet)
Season 4, 2013: Johnny Apple (16-year-old singer)
season 5, 2014: Current season

 South Korea 코리아 갓 탤런트
Korea's Got Talent
tvN 4 June 2011 Noh Hong-Cheol
Shin Young-Il
Current
Kolleen Park
Jang Jin
Jang Hang-Joon
Former
Song Yun-Ah (2011)
Kim Gura (2012)

Season 1, 2011: Joo Ming-Jong (poppin dance)
Season 2, 2012: Blue Whale Bros (poppin dance duo)

 Spain Tienes Talento Cuatro 2 January 2008 Nuria Roca
Eduardo Aldán
Natalia Millán
Miqui Puig
Josep Vicent
Season 1, 2008: Salva (flamenco singer)
 Sweden Talang Sverige TV3 (2014–)
TV4 (2007–2011)
13 April 2007 Peppe Eng (2007–2008)
Kodjo Akolor (2008)
Tobbe Blom (2009–2011)
Markoolio (2009–2011)
Adam Alsing (2014–)
Malin Gramer (2014–)
Bert Karlsson (2007–2011)
Hanna Hedlund (2007)
Tobbe Blom (2007–2008)
Sofia Wistam (2008)
Charlotte Perrelli (2009–2011)
Johan Pråmell (2009–2010)
Henrik Fexeus (2011)
Robert Aschberg (2014–)
Shirley Clamp (2014–)
Carolina Gynning (2014–)
Tobias Karlsson (2014–)

Season 1, 2007: Zillah & Totte (ventriloquist)
Season 2, 2008: Zara Larsson (singer)
Season 3, 2009: Charlie Caper (magician)
Season 4, 2010: Jill Svensson (opera singer)
Season 5, 2011: Simon Westlund (Rubik's Cube solver)
Season 6, 2014: Jon Henrik Fjällgren (Sami singer)

  Switzerland (German) Die grössten Schweizer Talente SF1 29 January 2011 Sven Epiney
Andrea Jansen
DJ Bobo
Christa Rigozzi
Roman Kilchsperger

Season 1, 2011: Maya Wirz (singer)
Season 2, 2012: Eliane Müller (singer)
Season 3, 2015: Upcoming Season[8]

 Thailand ไทยแลนด์ ก็อตทาเล้นท์
(Thailand's Got Talent)
Channel 3 6 March 2011 Current
Ketseptsawat Palakrawong Na Ayutthaya[9]
Former
Krit Sripoomsed (2011-2012)
Sudarat Budprom (2013)
Current
Pornchita na Songkhla
Chalatit Tantiwut (2014-)
Patcharasri Benjamas(2014-)
Nitipong Hornak (2014-)
Former
Nirut Sirijanya (2011)
Jirayut Wattanasin (2012)
Pinyo Ruedhamma (2011-2013)

Season 1, 2011: Myra Maneepatsorn Molloy (13-year-old opera singer)
Season 2, 2012: Leng Rachanikorn Keawdee (aerial acrobatics)
Season 3, 2013: Somchai Nilsree (southern Thailand singer)
Season 4, 2014: Wheelchair Dance (dance with wheelchair)

 Turkey Yetenek Sizsiniz Türkiye! Show TV (2009–2012)
Star TV (2013–)
13 November 2009 Current
Alp Kırşan
Former
Acun Ilıcalı (2012)
Tanem Sivar (2009)
Current
Acun Ilıcalı
Hülya Avşar
Eser Yenenler
Former
Sergen Yalçın (2013)
Oylum Talu (2009)
Ali Taran (2009)

Season 1, 2009–10: Bilal Avcı and Uğur Karameşe (popping dance)
Season 2, 2011: Sefa Doğanay (imitator)
Season 3, 2011–12: Ali Yeşilırmak and Max the dog (dog act)
Season 4, 2012–13: Atalay Demirci (comedian)
Season 5, 2013–14: Burak & Kıvanç (illusion)

 Ukraine Україна має талант
Ukrayina Maye Talant
STB 3 April 2009 Oksana Marchenko Vlad Yama (2009-2013)
Slava Frolova
Igor Kondratyuk
Vyacheslav Uzelkov
Hector Jimenez-Bravo

Season 1, 2009: Kseniya Simonova (sand artist)
Season 2, 2010: Olena Kovtun (songstress)
Season 3, 2011: Vitaliy Luzkar (illusionist)
Season 4, 2012: The team of "Workout" (acrobats)
Season 5, 2013: The team of "Lisapetny Batalion" (singers)
Season 6, 2014: Current Season

 United Kingdom Britain's Got Talent ITV
ITV2 (Britain's Got More Talent)
9 June 2007 Ant & Dec (Britain's Got Talent)


Stephen Mulhern (Britain's Got More Talent)

Current
Simon Cowell
Amanda Holden
Alesha Dixon (2012–)
David Walliams (2012–)

Former
Piers Morgan (2007–2010)
Kelly Brook (2009)
Michael McIntyre (2011)
David Hasselhoff (2011)

Season 1, 2007: Paul Potts (opera singer)
Season 2, 2008: George Sampson (street dancer)
Season 3, 2009: Diversity (dance troupe)
Season 4, 2010: Spelbound (gymnastics troupe)
Season 5, 2011: Jai McDowall (singer)
Season 6, 2012: Ashleigh and Pudsey (dancing dog act)
Season 7, 2013: Hungary Attraction (shadow theatre group)
Season 8, 2014: Collabro (boy band)

 United States America's Got Talent
(English)
NBC 21 June 2006 Current
Nick Cannon (2009–)
Former
Regis Philbin (2006)
Jerry Springer (2007–2008)
Current
Howie Mandel (2010–)
Howard Stern (2012–)
Melanie Brown (2013–)
Piers Morgan (2006–2011; 2015–)
Former
Brandy Norwood (2006)
David Hasselhoff (2006–2009)
Heidi Klum (2013–2014)
Sharon Osbourne (2007–2012)

Season 1, 2006: Bianca Ryan (singer)
Season 2, 2007: Terry Fator (ventriloquist/singer)
Season 3, 2008: Neal E. Boyd (singer)
Season 4, 2009: Kevin Skinner (singer)
Season 5, 2010: Michael Grimm (singer)
Season 6, 2011: Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. (singer)
Season 7, 2012: Olate Dogs (dog act)
Season 8, 2013: Japan Kenichi Ebina (dance/mime act)
Season 9, 2014: Mat Franco (close-up magician)
Season 10, 2015: Upcoming season

Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento (Spanish) Estrella TV 2010 Liliana Arriaga
Current
Hector Suarez
Pepe Garza
Jenni Rivera

Season 1, 2011: Unknown
Season 2, 2012: Unknown
Season 3, 2013: Agustin Ruiz (singer)
Season 4, 2014: Upcoming Season

 Vietnam Tìm kiếm tài năng – Vietnam's Got Talent VTV3 18 December 2011 Chi Bảo (season 1)
Quyền Linh (season 1)
Thanh Bạch (season 2–)
Thành Lộc
Thúy Hạnh
Huy Tuấn
Hoài Linh (season 3)

Season 1, 2011–12: Đăng Quân & Bảo Ngọc (11-and-6-year-old sport dancers)
Season 2, 2012–13: Trần Hữu Kiên (opera singer)
Season 3, 2014–15: TBA

Notes
  1. ^ Joint version with India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam taking part
  2. ^ Includes Hong Kong and Macau special administration regions

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Got Talent wins Guinness World Record, is most successful reality show". Digital Spy. 7 April 2014. Retrieved 7 April 2014. 
  2. ^ People Magazine, Heidi Klum Joins America's Got Talent, 03/04/2013.
  3. ^ pa.press.net (1999-12-31). "Cowell backs global Talent contest". MSN TV (tv.uk.msn.com). Retrieved 2012-08-03. 
  4. ^ "Simon Cowell planning World's Got Talent?". Splash News (www.splashnews.com) (MSN Celebrity UK). 6 July 2010. Archived from the original on 2010-06-14. 
  5. ^ "Bivash kids win India's Got Talent 4". Business Standard. 2012-11-24. Retrieved 2013-06-09. 
  6. ^ http://www.c21media.net/kenya-goes-for-got-talent/
  7. ^ Nedzelschi, Felicia (2013-12-28). "Monica Pîrlici este câştigătoarea show-ului "Moldova are talent"" (in Romanian). Adevărul Moldova. Retrieved 2013-12-28. 
  8. ^ http://www.srf.ch/sendungen/die-groessten-schweizer-talente/sendungsportraet
  9. ^ "Ketsepsawat Palagawongse na Ayutthaya (Na Nake)". Thailand's Got Talent. Retrieved 23 October 2012.