HaKokhav HaBa

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HaKokhav HaBa
הכוכב הבא
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Genre Reality television
Created by Asaf Spector Shenkar
Yoav Tzafir
Avi Nir
Developed by Screenz Cross Media LTD
Presented by Assi Azar
Esti Ginzburg (season 1)
Rotem Sela (season 2-)
Judges Rita (season 1)
Tzvika Hadar (season 1)
Rani Rahav (season 1)
Eyal Golan (first half season 1)
Muki (second half season 1-3)
Asaf Atedgi (season 2-3)
Harel Skaat (season 2-)
Keren Peles (season 2-)
Static (season 4-)
Ben-El Tavori (season 4-)
Assaf Amdursky (season 4-)
Theme music composer Sylas McGriff
Country of origin Israel
No. of seasons 4
Production
Running time 90–120 minutes
Production company(s) Keshet
Release
Original network Channel 2
Original release September 17, 2013 – present
Chronology
Preceded by Kokhav Nolad

HaKokhav HaBa (Hebrew: הַכּוֹכָב הַבָּא‎, translated as "The Next Star") is an Israeli interactive reality singing competition, which was first broadcast on Channel 2 from September 17, 2013. It is based on the Rising Star franchise created by Keshet Broadcasting. The show is a continuation of the former program Kokhav Nolad (meaning "A Star is Born") which featured aspiring singers competing for a winning title. The program's format combines the internet, smartphones and television and is filmed live.

The shows inaugurative season in 2013 was won by Evyatar Korkus. Since season 2, the winner is given the opportunity to represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest.[1] 2014–2015 winner Nadav Guedj represented Israel in 2015 with "Golden Boy" and 2015–2016 winner Hovi Star represented Israel in 2016 with "Made of Stars".

Format[edit]

As the season begins, each contestant is asked to perform a well-known song in front of judges. After the song a vote is taken among judges whether to transfer the applicant to the test stage facing the audience at home. If the judges are not sure about how to vote, the contestant is required to perform another song, and then a decision is made.[citation needed]

Contestant who do move forward must then sing in front of an audience. Viewers then connect with an app at makoTV and decide in real time whether a contestant passes or does not pass.[citation needed]

Judges also influence the test stage - all judges may support the promotion of the contestant and thereby add 7% percent. Once the contestant reaches 70% of votes they "pass" and the screen opens and the contestant goes to the next level. 14 singers then move on to a section where the judges and the audience at home vote. At the final stage, four singers are left and one will be elected "The Next Star".[citation needed]

Season 1 (2013)[edit]

HaKokhav HaBa 1 Finalists
(With dates of elimination)
Evyatar Korkus December 25 - Winner
Arye & Gil Gat December 25
Tina Ibagrimov December 25
Rinat Cohen December 25
Omer Datz December 17
David Drey December 10
Elias Melayev December 3 (Quit)
Inbal Bekman November 26
Hen Levy November 26
Lior Peretz November 19
Roni Israeli November 17
Alon Tube November 12
Dondit Jon November 5
Gorg Aboo Shkara November 3

This season host is Assi Azar and the co-host is Esti Ginzburg. The judges are Rita, Zvika Hadar, Muki and Rani Rahav. Eyal Golan judged the program until his suspension on November 20, 2013, and after four days was replaced by Muki.[citation needed]

Participants[edit]

Incitement order:[citation needed][clarification needed]

  • George Abou Shakra – 14th Place
  • Dondit Jon – 13th Place
  • Alon Tube – 12th Place
  • Roni Israeli – 11th Place
  • Lior Peretz – 10th Place
  • Hen Levy – 9th Place
  • Inbal Bekman – 8th Place
  • Elias Melayev – 7th Place (Quit)
  • David Drey – 6th Place
  • Omer Datz – 5th Place

Finalists[edit]

  • Rinat Cohen – Fourth place
  • Tina Ibagrimov – Third place
  • Arye & Gil Gat – Second place
  • Evyatar Korkus – Winner
Weekly results per contestant
Contestant Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11
Evyatar Korkus Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
(week 14)
Arye & Gil Gat Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Tina Ibagrimov Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd
Rinat Cohen Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th
Omer Datz Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 10)
David Drey Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 9)
Elias Melayev Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Quit
(week 7)
Inbal Bekman Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 7)
Hen Levy Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 6)
Lior Peretz Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 5)
Roni Israeli Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 4)
Alon Tube Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 3)
Dondit Jon Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 2)
George Abou Shakra Eliminated Eliminated
(week 1)

Season 2 (2014–15)[edit]

HaKokhav HaBa 2 Finalists
(With dates of elimination)
Nadav Guedj 17 February - Winner
Iky Levy & The Rasta Hebrew Men 17 February
Sari Nachmias 17 February
Avia Shoshani 17 February
Orit Biansey 8 February
Sa'ar "Rusty" Davidov 8 February
Nava Tehila Walker 1 February
Yifi and Osher Aricha 27 January
Liroz Balas 25 January
Asif Zilberman 25 January

The winner of season two would represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.[1]

Participants[edit]

Incitement order:

  • Asif Zilberman – 10th Place
  • Liroz Balas – 9th Place
  • Yifi and Osher Aricha – 8th Place
  • Nava Tehila Walker – 7th Place
  • Saar “Rusty” Davidov – 6th Place
  • Orit Biansey – 5th Place

Finalists[edit]

  • Avia Shoshani – Fourth place
  • Sari Nachmias – Third place
  • Iky Levy and the Rasta Hebrew Men –Second place
  • Nadav GuedjWinner

Season 3 (2015–16)[edit]

HaKokhav HaBa 3 Finalists
(With dates of elimination)
Hovi Star 3 March - Winner
Nofar Salman 3 March
Ella Daniel 3 March
Gil Hadash 3 March
Kiara Duple (Lior Cohen) 27 February
"Velma" 27 February
Oded Sharavi 20 February
Ofir Haim 19 February
Shtar 19 February

This season was named "The Next Star to the Eurovision" The winner of season three would represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.

Participants[edit]

Incitement order:

  • Shtar - 9th Place
  • Ofir Haim - 8th Place
  • Oded Sharavi - 7th Place
  • "Velma" - 6th Place
  • Kiara Duple (Lior Cohen) - 5th Place

Finalists[edit]

  • Gil Hadash – Fourth place
  • Ella Daniel - Third place
  • Nofar Salman - Second place
  • Hovi Star - Winner

Season 4 (2017)[edit]

HaKokhav HaBa 4 Finalists
(With dates of elimination)
Imri Ziv 13 February - Winner
Diana Golbi 13 February
Julietta 13 February
Beatbox Element 13 February
Sapir Nohan 6 February
Ta-La-Te 6 February
Halli Lewis 31 January
Yona Shabin 31 January

The winner of season four would represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The show is hosted by Yael Goldman joined by Assi Azar and Rotem Sela. The residing judges are Keren Peles and Harel Skaat who were judges in the previous two seasons joined by new judges Assaf Amdursky and the duo producer Statis (סטטיק) / performer Ben El Tavori (בן אל תבורי).

Participants[edit]

Incitement order:

  • Yona Shabin - 8th Place
  • Halli Lewis - 7th Place
  • Ta-La-Te - 6th Place
  • Sapir Nohan - 5th Place

Finalists[edit]

  • Beatbox Element - Fourth Place
  • Julieta - Third place
  • Diana Golbi - Second place
  • Imri Ziv - Winner

International versions[edit]

After success of the Israeli series in 2013, many television stations throughout the world bought the rights and started broadcasting similar series. Most notable of such stations were US, German, UK, French and Italian broadcasters.

The American television network ABC began airing its first series of Rising Star in June 2014 from Los Angeles.[2] The US edition was also carried in Canada, with advertising simultaneous substitution and voting access on CTV.[3] The show was canceled after its full 10-episode season due to low ratings in its target demographic, and extremely low ratings on the German and French versions.

Another major broadcaster RTL Television launched a German language version in Germany. But following reported poor ratings on its early shows, it announced it was bringing Rising Star Germany scheduled final forward airing an extended one day finale between 20.15 and 00.00 to decide the winning performer, rather than completing the full 10-episode scheduled season originally planned.[4]

The UK ITV channel bought the rights, but cancelled its scheduled launch[5] citing lower-than-expected viewership in similar launches in USA and Germany.

French television M6, with its first season, launched in September 2014 keeping the title Rising Star. The French version had a shortened season due to low ratings. The Italian television Canale 5 launched its version as Rising Star.

Other broadcasters that adapted the series include Argentine Telefe as Elegidos (La música en tus manos), Brazilian Rede Globo as SuperStar, Chinese CCTV-3, Greek ANT1 , Hungarian TV2 as Rising Star, Indonesian RCTI as Rising Star Indonesia, the Japanese NHK as rising Star Japan (ライジングスタージャパン?) (which has not yet been premiered), Portuguese Televisão Independente (TVI) as Rising Star: A próxima estrela, Russia-1 as Артист (Artist), Turkish TV8 as Yükselen Yıldız. The Russian version of the show had a shortened season due to low ratings on the French and German versions, while the Portuguese and Brazilian versions became quickly popular.

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