SuperStar (Czech and Slovak TV series)

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SuperStar
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Also known as Česko Slovenská SuperStar
Created by Simon Fuller
Presented by
Leoš Mareš
Adela Banášová
Tina (sk)
Roman Juraško
Zora Kepková
Martin "Pyco" Rausch
Jitka Nováčková
Jasmina Aligič
Judges
Marta Jandová
Dara Rolins
Ondřej Hejma
Pavol Habera
Gabriela Osvaldová
Helena Zeťová
Rytmus
Ondřej Soukup
Ewa Farna
Klára Vytisková
Matěj Ruppert
Katarína Knechtová
Ben Cristovao
Country of origin  Czech Republic
 Slovakia
Release
Original network TV Nova, Markíza
Original release September 6, 2009 – present
External links
Website

SuperStar[1] (previously known as Česko Slovenská SuperStar) is a joint Czech-Slovak version of the Idol series' Pop Idol. It was merged from Česko hledá SuperStar and SuperStar Search Slovakia, which previously had three individual seasons each. The first season premiered in September 2009 with castings held in Prague, Brno, Bratislava and Košice. It is broadcast on two channels: «TV Nova» (Czech Republic) and «Markíza» (Slovakia) which have also been the broadcast stations for the individual seasons. Also both hosts have been their hosts countries before[clarification needed] as have been three out of the four judges. To legitimate a fair chance for each country's contestants to reach the final, twelve of the contestants will compete split into genders and nationalities in the semifinals, guaranteeing a 50% share for each country in the top 12.

Cast[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Key
     Host of SuperStar
Presenter Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5
Czech Republic Leoš Mareš
Slovakia Jasmina Aligič
Slovakia Adela Banášová
Slovakia Tina
Slovakia Roman Juraško
Czech Republic Zora Kepková
Slovakia Martin "Pyco" Rausch
Czech Republic Jitka Nováčková

Judges[edit]

Key
     Judges of SuperStar
Presenter Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5
Slovakia Pavol Habera
Czech Republic Matěj Ruppert
Czech Republic Ben Cristovao
Slovakia Katarína Knechtová
Czech Republic Marta Jandová
Slovakia Dara Rolins
Czech Republic Ondřej Hejma
Slovakia Rytmus
Czech Republic Gábina Osvaldová
Czech Republic Helena Zeťová
Czech Republic Ewa Farná
Czech Republic Ondřej Soukup
Czech Republic Klára Vytisková

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2009[edit]

The first series ran from September to December 2009. Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consisted of 3 Slovak boys, 3 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Příběh Nekončí / Príbeh Nekončí" (The Story Doesn't End) and it was composed by judge Pavol Habera (music) and Slovak poet Daniel Hevier. Every final night had a different theme. The audience could vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ended during the result show the following day. There were double eliminations in first two final rounds, with only one contestant being eliminated once the candidates became the TOP 8. All gender and nationality quotas are abolished in the finals.

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2011[edit]

The second series ran from February until June in 2011. Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consisted of 3 Slovak boys, 3 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Nevzdávám" (Ain't Giving Up) and it was composed by judge Pavol Habera (music) and Slovak poet Daniel Hevier. Every final night had a different theme. The audience could vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ended during the result show the following day. There were double eliminations in first two final rounds, with only one contestant being eliminated once the candidates became the TOP 8. All gender and nationality quotas are abolished in the finals.

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2013[edit]

The third series, which ran from February until June in 2013, was broadcast on Czech TV Nova and Slovak TV Markíza. The Judges were Czech/Polish singer Ewa Farna, Ondřej Soukup and Slovak singer Paľo Habera. The presenters were Zorka Kepková and Roman Juraško. Twelve contestants made it to the finals. TOP 12 consisted of 2 Slovak boys, 4 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 3 Czech girls. The first single recorded by TOP 12 is called "Při tobě stát / Pri tebe stáť" (To stand for you). Every final night had a different theme. The audience could vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ended during the result show the same day.

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2015[edit]

The fourth series was broadcast on Czech TV Nova and Slovak TV Markíza between August and December, 2015. The Judges were Ondřej Soukup, Marta Jandová, Klára Vytisková and Paľo Habera. The presenter was Martin "Pyco" Rausch. Eight contestants made it to the finals. TOP 8 consisted of 1 Slovak boy, 3 Czech boys, 3 Slovak girls and 1 Czech girl. The first single recorded by TOP 8 is cover version of Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2009 theme song "Príbeh nekončí" (The Story Doesn't End). Every final night had a different theme. The audience could vote for contestants from the very beginning of the show, voting ended during the result show the same day.

Česko Slovenská SuperStar 2018[edit]

The fifth season began in February on Czech TV Nova and Slovak TV Markíza. Paľo Habera remains as the judge, three new judges are Ben Cristovao, Katarína Knechtová and Matěj Ruppert. The presenters are Jasmína Alagaič and Leoš Mareš (since Live shows).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SuperStar". TV Nova. Retrieved April 29, 2013. 

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