Italia's Got Talent

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Italia's Got Talent
Italia's Got Talent logo.jpg
Created by Simon Cowell
Directed by Roberto Cenci (2009–2013)
Presented by Simone Annicchiarico (2009–2013)
Geppi Cucciari (2010–2011)
Belen Rodriguez (2012–2013)
Vanessa Incontrada (2015)
Lodovica Comello (2016-)
Judges Maria De Filippi (2009–2013)
Gerry Scotti (2009–2013)
Rudy Zerbi (2009–2013)
Claudio Bisio (2015–)
Luciana Littizzetto (2015–)
Nina Zilli (2015–)
Frank Matano (2015–)
Production
Producer(s) Fascino PGT
Grundy Italia
Running time 180 minutes
Production company(s) FremantleMedia
Sycotv
Distributor FremantleMedia Enterprises
Release
Original network Canale 5 (2009–2013)
Sky Uno (2015–)
Original release 12 December 2009 – present
External links
Website [<span%20class="url">.sky.it italiasgottalent.sky.it/%20italiasgottalent<wbr/>.sky<wbr/>.it]</span>]

Italia's Got Talent is the Italian version of the international Got Talent series. The pilot episode was aired on 12 December 2009 on Canale 5 and it was seen by 5.3 million people.
After this episode, Mediaset decided to hold on this show with a full-length season. The first season started on 12 April 2010 with high ratings and continued broadcasting. Maria De Filippi, Gerry Scotti and Rudy Zerbi are the three judges.

The sixth series (2015) will face many changes. It has been aired by pay-TV Sky Uno, the entertainment-purposed channel of Sky Italy, owned by News Corporation. The host is the Spanish-born Italian actress and model Vanessa Incontrada. No judges from the previous series have been confirmed: the new panel face the arrival of actor Claudio Bisio, actress and comedian Luciana Littizzetto, singer Nina Zilli and YouTube star Frank Matano.
Talents are competing for €100,000. The final has been simulcast by Sky Uno and Cielo.

The seventh season is being aired in simulcast on Sky Uno and TV8, a brand new free channel of Sky Italia, together with Planet's Got Talent.

Series 1 (2009–2010)[edit]

Final[edit]

Order Finished Artist Act
1 Truzzi Volanti Acrobats
2 Runner-up Federico Fattinger Singer-songwriter
3 Aldo Nicolini Illusionist
4 Note di sabbia Sand animation, musician
5 Top 6 Alfredo Marasco Guitarist
6 Top 6 Miss Lolita Drag Queen
7 Cristian Esposito Drummer
8 Top 6 I Regina Cover band (Queen)
9 C'era una volta Artist, musician
10 Winner Carmen Masola Opera singer
11 Dangerous Game Dance group
12 3rd place Demis Facchinetti Singer-songwriter

Ratings[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Auditions 1 12 December 5,300,000[1] 26.62%
Auditions 2 12 April 5,976,000[2] 27.42%
Auditions 3 19 April 5,382,000[3] 24.50%
Auditions 4 26 April 5,318,000[4] 24.60%
Semi-final 1 3 May 5,365,000[5] 26.63%
Semi-final 2 10 May 5,197,000[6] 26.40%
Final 17 May 5,879,000[7] 27.22%
Average 5,489,000 26.20%

Series 2 (2011)[edit]

Final[edit]

Order Finished Artist Act
1 The Mnai's Hip Hop dancers
2 Top 6 ABC Sing in Italian Sign Language
3 Winner Fabrizio Vendramin Painter in music
4 Top 6 Elena Disarò Singer
5 3rd place Simone Calati Fakir
6 Anna Maria Bianchi Singer
7 Nicola Bruni Acrobat
8 Piccola Orchestra Malarazza Singers
9 Famiglia Gibboni Musicians
10 Top 6 Angels Prut Singers comedians
11 Daniele Pacini (LaLa McCallan) Singer en travesti
12 Runner-up Fratelli Pellegrini Acrobats

Ratings[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Auditions 1 7 May 3,974,000 19.89%
Auditions 2 14 May 4,752,000 23.48%
Auditions 3 21 May 5,457,000 27.87%
Auditions 4 28 May 5,385,000 27.21%
Semi-final 4 June 5,933,000 33.69%
Final 11 June 6,402,000 33.14%
Average 5,317,000 27.55%

Series 3 (2012)[edit]

Final[edit]

Order Finished Artist Act
1 Emil Faccoli Hip Hop dancer
2 Le ShortGirls Special marionette
3 Devin De Bianchi Acrobat
4 Top 6 Salvo Randazzo Singer
5 Sirya Luongo Busker
6 3rd place Federico Soldati' Magician
7 Runner-up Eugenio Amato Singer
8 Top 6 Igor and Andrea Matyuschenko Acrobats
9 Emanuele and Leonardo D'Angelo Tap dance
10 Teatrallegria Actors
11 Top 6 Pierangelo Gullo Singer, comedian
12 Luigi Fiorentini Artist
13 I Verba Volant Improvisational theatre
14 Luigi Necci Singer
15 Winner Stefano Scarpa Acro pole flag man
16 Terenzio Traisci Comedian

Ratings[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Auditions 1 7 January 5,264,000 22.91%
Auditions 2 14 January 5,764,000 25.47%
Auditions 3 21 January 6,259,000 26.59%
Auditions 4 28 January 6,796,000 28.26%
Auditions 5 4 February 8,059,000 31.97%
Auditions 6 11 February 8,812,000 34.31%
Semi-final 1 25 February 5,717,000 25.89%
Semi-final 2 3 March 6,461,000 28.34%
Final 10 March 6,949,000 30.57%
Average 6,667,000 28.21%

Series 4 (2013)[edit]

Final[edit]

Order Finished Artist Act
1 Daniele and Alessandro Suez Dancers, acrobats
2 Top 8 Leonardo Fiaschi Impersonator and Singer
3 Top 8 Sara Venerucci and Danilo Decembrini Skater
4 Jean Pierre Bianco Busker
5 Top 8 Alex Barbero BMX freestyler
6 Winner Daniel Adomako Singer
7 Runner-up Fratelli Lo Tumolo Comedians, singers
8 Drum's Theatre Drummers
9 3rd place Roberto Carlisi Dancer
10 Walter Orfei Nones Malachikhine Equilibrist
11 Rossella Regina Singer
12 Faces of Disco Dancers
13 Top 8 Ripalta Bufo Soprano
14 I Gemelli Siamesi Cabaret
15 Daniele Doria Parkour
16 Top 8 Los Hermanos Macana Tango Dancers

Ratings[edit]

Show Date Viewers Share
Auditions 1 12 January 7,253,000 30.93%
Auditions 2 19 January 6,476,000 28.01%
Auditions 3 26 January 6,996,000 30.02%
Auditions 4 2 February 8,044,000 32.34%
Auditions 5 9 February 7,634,000 30.81%
Auditions 6 23 February 8,096,000 32.19%
Semi-final 1 2 March 6,621,000 29.19%
Semi-final 2 9 March 6,725,000 30.33%
Final 16 March 6,926,000 30.00%
Average 7,196,000 30.42%

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