X Factor (Kazakh TV series)

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X Factor
Format Interactive reality talent show
Created by Simon Cowell
Directed by Lev Mariupolskiy
Presented by Adil Liyan
Arnur Istybaev
Judges Nagima Eskalieva
Sultana Karazhigitova
Alexander Shevchenko
Ismail Igilmanov
Erlan Kokeev
Dilnaz Akhmadieva
Country of origin Kazakhstan
Production
Producer(s) Art Centre Pro, FremantleMedia, Syco
Running time 60–120 mins (inc. adverts)
Broadcast
Original channel Perviy Kanal Evraziya (1-3 season);
KTK (4 season)
Picture format 16:9
Original run 23 January 2011 – present
External links
Website

X Factor is a television music talent show in Kazakhstan contested by aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions. It is the Kazakh version of the international The X Factor series and is broadcast on the Perviy Kanal Evraziya channel in Kazakhstan.

Judges' categories and their finalists[edit]

In each season, each judge is allocated a category to mentor and chooses three acts to progress to the live shows. This table shows, for each season, which category each judge was allocated and which acts he or she put through to the live shows.

Key:

     – Winning judge/category. Winners are in bold, eliminated contestants in small font.
Series Alexander Shevchenko Nagima Eskalieva Sultana Karazhigitova
One Under-25s
Daria Gabdull
Ruslan Krivenkov
Abdulkarim Karimov
Daria Akparova
Ruslan Berdimatov
Over-25s
Asel Karsybaeva
Yuri Mukhortov
Eldar Myrzahanov
Margarita Tumanyan
Gulzhiyan Ospanova
Groups
Spasibo
National
Musaev Sisters
Dee Kree
Astana
Alexander Shevchenko Nagima Eskalieva Sultana Karazhigitova / Ismail Igilmanov
Two Over-25s
Alina Bektasova
Ainura Eshmanova
Timur Imandzhanov
Under-25s
Andrei Tikhonov
Sanda
Erken Kenebaev
Groups
Mezzo
Brilliants
W-YOU
Alexander Shevchenko Nagima Eskalieva Erlan Kokeev
Three Over-25s
Evgeniya Barysheva
Baibulat Sandybekov
Ruslana Ponomaryova
Under-25s
Arman Kamerdinov
Rustem Zhugunusov
Alisa Muratova
Groups
Impulse Band
Cappuccino
Bounty
Alexander Shevchenko Nagima Eskalieva Dilnaz Akhmadieva
Four Groups
Vkyrazhe
II Boys
Head Made
Over-25s
Kairat Kapanov
Bagdat Baimanov
Tatyana Kim
Under-25s
Alyona Balashova
Victor Fedyanin
Alexandra Samarina

Series summary[edit]

     "Under 25s" category
     "Over 25s" category
     "Groups" category

Series Air date Winner Runner-up Third place Host(s) Judges Winning mentor
One
23 January 2011 –
23 May 2011
Daria Gabdulla Spasibo Asel Karsybaeva Adil Liyan Nagima Eskalieva
Sultana Karazhigitova
Alexander Shevchenko
Alexander Shevchenko
Two
14 January 2012 –
19 May 2012
Andrey Tikhonov Mezzo Sanda Arnur Istybaev Nagima Eskalieva
Sultana Karazhigitova / Ismail Igilmanov
Alexander Shevchenko
Nagima Eskalieva
Three
12 January 2013 –
18 May 2013
Evgeniya Barysheva Arman Kamerdinov Baibulat Sandybekov Arnur Istybaev Nagima Eskalieva
Alexander Shevchenko
Erlan Kokeev
Alexander Shevchenko
Four
14 September 2013 -
07 December 2013
Kairat Kapanov Alexandra Samarina Tatyana Kim Arnur Istybaev Nagima Eskalieva
Alexander Shevchenko
Dilnaz Akhmadieva
Nagima Eskalieva

Series 1 (2011)[edit]

The first series was aired from January to May 2011 with Nagima Eskalieva, Sultana Karazhigitova and Alexander Shevchenko as judges. On 22 May, Daria Gabdull (Дәрия Ғабдұлл), labeled by the judges as the "Kazakh Beyoncé,[1] won the show ahead of the trio Spasibo. Gabdulla won a two-years-contract with Sony Music.[2]

Series 2 (2012)[edit]

The second series was aired from January to May 2012 with Nagima Eskalieva, Sultana Karazhigitova/Ismail Igilmanov and Alexander Shevchenko as judges. On 5 May, Andrei Tikhonov (Андрей Тихонов) won the show ahead of the quartet Mezzo. Andrey won a two-years-contract with Sony Music.[2]

Series 3 (2013)[edit]

The third series was aired from January to May 2013 with Nagima Eskalieva, Erlan Kokeev and Alexander Shevchenko as judges. On 4 May, Evgenia Barysheva (Евгения Барышева) won the show ahead of the Arman Kamerdinov (Арман Камердинов).

Series 4 (2013)[edit]

The fourth series was aired from 14 September to 7 December 2013 with Nagima Eskalieva, Dilnaz Akhmadieva and Alexander Shevchenko as judges. On 7 December, Kairat Kapanov (Кайрат Капанов) won the show ahead of the Alexandra Samarina (Александра Самарина)

Series 5 (2014)[edit]

The fifth series will be aired from September to December 2014 with Nagima Eskalieva, Dilnaz Akhmadieva and Alexander Shevchenko as judges.

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