Mam talent!

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For the upcoming series, see Mam talent! (series 7).
Mam talent!
Mam talent! logo.jpg
Format Talent Show
Created by Simon Cowell
Directed by Wojciech Iwański
Presented by Marcin Prokop
Szymon Hołownia
Judges Agnieszka Chylińska
Małgorzata Foremniak
Agustin Egurrola (2013-)
Robert Kozyra (2011–2012)
Kuba Wojewódzki (2008–10)
Country of origin  Poland
No. of series 6
No. of episodes 76 (as of 30 November 2013)
Production
Executive producer(s) Katarzyna Szałańska
Location(s) various (auditions);
Farat Film Studio, Warsaw (semifinals)
Running time 80 – 120 mins
Production company(s) FremantleMedia
SYCOtv
Distributor FremantleMedia Enterprises
Broadcast
Original channel TVN
(also TVN HD and TVN HD+1)
Picture format 576i 16:9(SDTV), 1080i (HDTV)
Original run September 13, 2008 (2008-09-13) – present
External links
Website

Mam talent! (English: I've got talent!) is the Polish version of the Got Talent series. The aim of the program is to choose the most talented person from people showing their talents. The winner of the show in the first series got €100,000, in the second and third series – 300,000 złotys. Prizes for people from the second and third place are chosen by producers of the shows. The show is hosted by Marcin Prokop and Szymon Hołownia, and the judges are Agnieszka Chylińska, Małgorzata Foremniak and Agustin Egurrola.

Rules of the show[edit]

Qualifications[edit]

In spring there were preliminary castings (not broadcast on TV) which decided about qualifying participants for the usual presentations with jury, audience and cameras. In the second stage of qualifications, which were hold in five Polish towns (Katowice, Gdańsk, Poznań, Wrocław and Warsaw) 4000 people/groups appeared. The jury qualified 130 for the next stage. Decisions by the jury are made by giving a positive or negative vote. To be qualified, the participant needs to have two positive votes. If any of the people from the jury thinks that someone's performance wasn't good, he presses a button which switches on a red cross (3 red crosses mean end of performance). From the 130 people jury chose the best 40, who appeared in the semi-finals.

Semi-finals[edit]

Participants of five semi-finals show their talents in live programs in front of jury (the same as in qualifications), cameras and audience. In every semi-final 8 people/groups of the 40 appear. Jury votes in the same way like before, but the decision about participants going to the next stage is made by viewers, who can call or send a SMS to vote for a participant. The participant who gets the most votes is going to the final stage, and from the two people who got the second and third place in viewers' voting one person which goes to the final is chose by the jury. From the second season of the show the results of incomplete votings are shown on the website of the show. The complete results are shown after the broadcast of program ends.

Final stage[edit]

10 participants take part in the final stage, two from each semi-final. The voting is the same as in semi-finals, but there is other way of choosing the winner. At first, people who got the three first places are read in random way. Then the person's who got the third place name is read. At the end, name of the winner is read by hosts and they give him cheque for 300,000 zlotys (100,000 zlotys for person who got the second place is given after the program). After the ceremony of awarding the winner again makes his show.

Series summary[edit]

Series Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third Place Host(s) Judging panel
One 13 September 2008 29 November 2008 Melkart Ball Klaudia Kulawik AudioFeels Marcin Prokop
Szymon Hołownia
Kuba Wojewódzki
Agnieszka Chylińska
Małgorzata Foremniak
Two 12 September 2009 5 December 2009 Marcin Wyrostek Marcel & Nikodem Legun Alexander Martinez
Three 4 September 2010 27 November 2010 Magda Welc Kamil Bednarek Piotr Lisiecki
Four 3 September 2011 26 November 2011 Kacper Sikora Piotr Karpienia Marta Podulka Agnieszka Chylińska
Małgorzata Foremniak
Robert Kozyra
Five 1 September 2012 24 November 2012 Delfina & Bartek Pitzo & Polssky Anna Filipowska
Six 7 September 2013 30 November 2013 Tetiana Galitsyna Tekla Klebetnica Santiago Gil Agnieszka Chylińska
Małgorzata Foremniak
Agustin Egurrola
Seven September 2014 TBA Upcoming series (2014)[1]

Running Time[edit]

Season Auditions Semi-Finals Final
1 75 mins 75 mins 90 mins
2 60 mins 75 mins 90 mins
3 70 mins 80 mins 105 mins
4 70 mins 80 mins 105 mins
5 70 mins 85 mins 105 mins
6 70 mins 85 mins 105 mins

Series overview[edit]

Series 1 (2008)[edit]

I season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 13 to November 29, 2008. It consisted of 5 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 11 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays from 20:35 to 22:20, only the final episode to 22:35). Winner of the first season was the acrobatics duo Mellkart Ball, Klaudia Kulawik took the second place, and the third place was taken by music group AudioFeels.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Melkart Ball acrobatics
2. Kulawik, KlaudiaKlaudia Kulawik singing
3. AudioFeels vocal play
4. Kadela, KrzysztofKrzysztof Kadela "Blady Kris" beatbox
5. Lenda, PaulinaPaulina Lenda singing
6. Ewa Lewandowska singing
7. Staszewska, MagdalenaMagdalena Staszewska rhythmic gymnastics
8. SwitalskiZiemowit Świtalski playing the piano
9. Wąsik, PiotrPiotr Wąsik "Ssnake" gymnastics
10. Ziółko, MateuszMateusz Ziółko singing
playing the piano

Series 2 (2009)[edit]

II season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 12 to December 5, 2009. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays – qualifications episodes from 20:35, semi-finals and finals from 20:00). Winner of the second season was Marcin Wyrostek. Alexander Martinez won a trip to the Philippines for him and his wife and daughter (his wife comes from Poland), and also 5,000 zlotys from Itaka travel agency.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Marcin Wyrostek playing accordion
2. Legun, MarcelMarcel Legun
Nikodem Legun
singing duo
3. Martinez, AlexanderAlexander Martinez singing
4. Kaczorowski, MichałMichał Kaczorowski "Kaczorex" popping
5. Peszko, JadwigaJadwiga Peszko
Dominika Drewniak
acrobatic duo
6. Ania Teliczan singing
7. Krukowski, CezaryCezary Krukowski "Kruk"
Wojciech Blaszko "Blacha"
dancing-beatbox duo
8. Czarkowski, KonradKonrad Czarkowski "Kony" doll master
9 Marczewski, MarcinMarcin Marczewski "Patenciarz" pantomime
10. Merstein, JessicaJessica Merstein singing

Series 3 (2010)[edit]

III season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 4 to November 27, 2010. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was Magda Welc.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Magda Welc singing
2. Kamil Bednarek singing
3. Piotr Lisiecki singing
Sabina Jeszka singing
Me, Myself and I music band
Paweł Ejzenberg singing
Patrycja Malinowska singing
Kasia Sochacka singing
UDS dancing
Ania & Jacek dancing duo

Series 4 (2011)[edit]

IV season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 3 to November 26, 2011. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was Kacper Sikora. Małgorzata Foremniak and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges. They were joined by a new judge, Robert Kozyra. He replaced Kuba Wojewódzki, who had left the show in order to focus on judging X Factor.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Kacper Sikora singing
2. Piotr Karpienia singing/guitarist
3. Marta Podulka singing
Marcin Muszyński magician
Sound'n'Grace choir
Olaf Bressa singing
Tomasz Piotrowski poi performer
Anna Dudek singing
Lena Romul singing/saxophonist
Mira Art acrobats

Series 5 (2012)[edit]

V season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 1 to November 24, 2012. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was the acrobatics duo Delfina & Bartek. Małgorzata Foremniak, Robert Kozyra and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Przeszłowska, DelfinaDelfina Przeszłowska
Byjoś, BartoszBartosz Byjoś
Acrobatic duo
2. Mazur "Pitzo", PawełPaweł Mazur "Pitzo"
Polak "Polssky", KarolKarol Polak "Polssky"
Dancing duo
3. Filipowska, AnnaAnna Filipowska Acrobat
4. Trio ETC Rzeszów Acrobats
5. Kowalczyk "Mascow", MarcinMarcin Kowalczyk "Mascow" Rubik's Cube tricks act
6. Duet Elita Dancing duo
7. Recycling Band Orchestra
8. Grzanek, BartłomiejBartłomiej Grzanek Singer
9. MultiVisual Illusionists
10. Skiba, KingaKinga Skiba Singer

Series 6 (2013)[edit]

VI season of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from September 7 to November 30, 2013. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges. They were joined by a new judge, Agustin Egurrola. He replaced Robert Kozyra.

Place Person/group Talent
1. Tetiana Galitsyna Sand artist
2. Tekla Klebetnica Folk music group
3. Santiago Gil Dancer
- Fireflies Shadow theatre group
- Tomasz Kabis Illusionist
- Marcel Ołubek Yo-yo performer
- Diana Staniszewska "Sasha" Dancer
- Marek Born Footlball skills act
- Kinga Zdybel Singer
- Agnieszka Marczak Gymnastics

Albums by former contestants[edit]

Former contestant
total sales
Debut album Second album Third album Fourth album
AudioFeels
(season 1, 3rd place)
UnCovered
(October, 5 2009)
Penguin Records
Unfinished
(November, 7 2011)
Mystic Production
Live
(January, 18 2013)
Mystic Production
Świątecznie
(December, 12 2013)
Mystic Production
Ewa Lewandowska
(season 1, finalist)
Idą święta
(November, 28 2008)
Universal Music Polska
Paulina Lenda
(season 1, finalist)
Wold Girl
(April, 24 2014)
Universal Music Polska
Marcin Wyrostek
(season 2, winner)
Magia Del Tango
(December, 16 2009)
Polskie Radio Katowice
Marcin Wyrostek & Coloriage
(November, 15 2010)
Kayax
Ania Teliczan
(season 2, finalist)
Ania Teliczan
(January, 16 2012)
Sony Music Entertainment
Marcin Madox Majewski
(season 2, semi-finalist)
La révolution Sexuelle
(October, 4 2011)
EMI Music Poland
Magdalena Welc
(season 3, winner)
Sianko na stół. Kolędy i pastorałki
(November, 14 2011)
Licomp Empik Multimedia
Kamil Bednarek
(season 3, runner-up)
Ziemia Obiecana (EP)
(November, 2009)
Szanuj
(November, 19 2010)
Lou & Rocked Boys
Jamaican Trip
(June, 24 2011)
Lou & Rocked Boys
Jestem...
(November, 28 2012)
Lou & Rocked Boys
Piotr Lisiecki
(season 3, 3rd place)
Rules Changed Up
(April, 27 2011)
EMI Music
Me Myself And I
(season 3, finalist)
Takadum!
(March, 3 2009)
Jawi
Do Not Cover
(March, 21 2012)
Jawi
Damian Skoczyk
(season 3, semi-finalist)
Nie sam
(Julie, 31 2012)
Universal Music Polska
Piotr Karpienia
(season 4, runner-up)
Mój Świat
(May, 15 2012)
Sony Music Entertainment

Number of viewers[edit]

Episode series 1 series 2 series 3 series 4 series 5 series 6
1 4 167 845
(September 13, 2008)
4 357 743
(September 12, 2009)
4 199 359
(September 4, 2010)
3 723 707
(September 3, 2011)
3 334 551
(September 1, 2012)
3 046 527
(September 7, 2013)
2 4 502 281
(September 20, 2008)
5 026 596
(September 19, 2009)
4 558 421
(September 11, 2010)
3 690 205
(September 10, 2011)
3 280 781
(September 8, 2012)
3 480 654
(September 14, 2013)
3 4 855 700
(September 27, 2008)
5 026 692
(September 26, 2009)
4 792 298
(September 18, 2010)
3 819 807
(September 17, 2011)
3 594 563
(September 15, 2012)
3 168 114
(September 21, 2013)
4 5 267 665
(October 4, 2008)
5 675 511
(October 3, 2009)
5 351 017
(September 25, 2010)
4 669 486
(September 24, 2011)
4 247 522
(September 22, 2012)
3 504 438
(September 28, 2013)
5 4 122 152
(October 11, 2008)
5 662 442
(October 10, 2009)
5 499 206
(October 2, 2010)
4 675 033
(October 1, 2011)
4 332 333
(September 29, 2012)
3 249 531
(October 5, 2013)
6 4 708 884
(October 18, 2008)
5 744 863
(October 17, 2009)
5 499 206
(October 9, 2010)
4 611 777
(October 8, 2011)
4 108 531
(October 6, 2012)
3 515 856
(October 12, 2013)
7 5 105 134
(October 25, 2008)
4 859 732
(October 24, 2009)
5 769 375
(October 16, 2010)
4 843 492
(October 15, 2011)
4 652 750
(October 13, 2012)
2 878 880
(October 19, 2013)
8 4 488 090
(November 8, 2008)
5 959 888
(October 31, 2009)
5 179 601
(October 23, 2010)
4 423 419
(October 22, 2011)
4 295 507
(October 20, 2012)
2 999 401
(October 26, 2013)
9 4 654 200
(November 15, 2008)
5 240 128
(November 7, 2009)
5 604 377
(October 30, 2010)
4 434 818
(October 29, 2011)
3 903 701
(October 27, 2012)
3 066 480
(November 2, 2013)
10 4 596 335
(November 22, 2008)
5 398 177
(November 14, 2009)
5 648 856
(November 6, 2010)
4 724 879
(November 5, 2011)
4 251 958
(November 3, 2012)
2 782 139
(November 9, 2013)
11 5 590 536
(November 29, 2008)
5 168 758
(November 21, 2009)
5 130 995
(November 13, 2010)
4 157 724
(November 12, 2011)
3 831 590
(November 10, 2012)
3 254 214
(November 16, 2013)
12 4 720 044
(November 28, 2009)
5 428 154
(November 20, 2010)
4 274 334
(November 19, 2011)
4 034 866
(November 17, 2012)
2 905 266
(November 23, 2013)
13 6 704 752
(December 5, 2009)
5 773 209
(November 27, 2010)
3 565 730
(November 26, 2011)
4 506 113
(November 24, 2012)
3 389 224
(November 30, 2013)
Average number of viewers 4 750 166 5 394 771 5 276 001 4 261 903 3 978 289 3 167 363

Concert tour[edit]

From December 8 to 13, 2009 there was Mam Talent! concert tour. All finalists of the second season appeared there live in Lublin, Poznań, Wrocław and Warsaw. Klaudia Kulawik, Paulina Lenda and Ssnake from the final of the first season appeared there. All concerts were hosted by Marcin Prokop.

References[edit]

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