La France a un incroyable talent
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|La France a un incroyable talent|
Logo of the first three series
|Created by||Simon Cowell|
|Presented by||David Ginola (2016–) Jérôme Anthony (2009–) Alex Goude (2009–2015)|
Louise Ekland (2014)
Sandrine Corman (2009–2013)
Alessandra Sublet (2006–2008)
Anthony Joubert (2009–2010)
|Judges||Hélène Ségara (2015–) |
Éric Antoine [fr] (2015–) Marianne James (2018–)Sugar Sammy (2018–)
Kamel Ouali (2015–2017)
Gilbert Rozon (2006–2016)
Olivier Sitruk (2014)
Giuliano Peparini [it] (2014)
Sophie Edelstein (2006–08, 2010–2013)
Andrée Deissenberg (2013)
Jean-Pierre Domboy (2006)
Patrick Dupond (2007–08)
Valérie Stroh (2009)
|No. of seasons||13|
|Running time||570 minutes|
|Original release||2 November 2006 –|
La France a un incroyable talent (English: France has incredible talent), previously known as Incroyable Talent is a French television programme, based on the Got Talent series. It debuted on M6 on 2 November 2006, presented by Alessandra Sublet.
- 1 Summary
- 2 Series 1 (2006)
- 3 Series 2 (2007)
- 4 Series 3 (2008)
- 5 Series 4 (2009)
- 6 Series 5 (2010)
- 7 Series 6 (2011)
- 8 Series 7 (2012)
- 9 Series 8 (2013)
- 10 Series 9 (2014-2015)
- 11 Series 10 (2015)
- 12 Series 11 (2016)
- 13 Series 12 (2017)
- 14 Series 13 (2018)
- 15 See also
- 16 References
- 17 External links
|Winner||Salah||Junior||Alex||Échos-Liés||Axel & Alizée||Marina Kaye||Die Mobilés||Simon Heulle||Bagad de Vannes||Juliette & Charlie||Antonio||Laura Laune||Jean-Baptiste Guégan|
|Prize||150 000 €||100 000 €|
|Main host||Alessandra Sublet||Alex Goude||David Ginola|
|Sandrine Corman||Louise Ekland|
|Additional hosts||Jérôme Anthony|
|Jury||Gilbert Rozon||Marianne James|
|Sophie Edelstein||Valérie Stroh||Sophie Edelstein||Lorie||Hélène Ségara|
|Jean-Pierre Domboy||Patrick Dupond||Smaïn||Dave||Olivier Sitruk||Kamel Ouali||Sugar Sammy|
|Andrée Deissenberg||Giuliano Peparini||Éric Antoine|
|Invited jury||André Manoukian||Dave||Soprano Amir|
Series 1 (2006)
The show is presented by Alessandra Sublet and aired from 2 November 2006 to 12 December 2006 . It was won by Salah wins €150,000. This season saw the revelation 's Eric Anthony . The first season attracted 5 million viewers and 21.2% audience were 4 years and older. With the exception of the final, this season was made by Sebastian Zibi. The first season of incredible talent, broadcast French of entertainment, was broadcast on M6 from 2 November 2006 to 12 December 2006 . It was won by Salah.
Series 2 (2007)
The show is presented by Alessandra Sublet and aired from 6 November 2007 to 11 December 2007. It was won by Junior who won €150,000. The second season attracted an average 4.3 million viewers. The final was attended by 4.5 million viewers and 19.2% audience over 4 years and older. Season 2 was produced by Massimo Manganaro. The second season of incredible talent, broadcast French of entertainment, was broadcast on M6 from 6 November 2007 to 11 December 2007. It was won by Junior.
Series 3 (2008)
The show is presented by Alessandra Sublet, aired 2 October 2008 to 13 November 2008 . It was won by Alexander who won €100,000 and an appearance at the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo . This season was about the voice of the singer French Caroline Costa, 12 years old at the time of participation. She was a finalist but did not win the competition. The final was watched by over 4.3 million viewers and 18.9% of the audience were 4 years and older with a peak audience of 5.1 million at 22:35. The third season of incredible talent, was broadcast on M6 from 2 October 2008 to 13 November 2008. It was won by Alexander, street artist, trainer of fire.
Series 4 (2009)
Series 5 (2010)
Series 6 (2011)
Series 7 (2012)
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The 7th series of the show was broadcast from 23 October to 26 December 2012 on M6 with judges Gilbert Rozon, Sophie Edelstein and singer Dave. The series was won by Die Mobilés with an act of moving shadows.
Series 8 (2013)
Series 9 (2014-2015)
Series 10 (2015)
The 10th series was broadcast from 20 October to 8 December on M6. The presiding judges were Gilbert Rozon, Hélène Segara, Kamel Ouali and Éric Antoine. The series was won Juliette and Charlie (dog trainers), with runner up Naestro (real name Nabil Rachdi), a boxer turned singer.
Series 11 (2016)
The 11th series was broadcast from 25 October to 13 December 2016 sur M6 with judges presiding Gilbert Rozon, Hélène Segara, Kamel Ouali and Éric Antoine. The winner of the season was Antonio, a magic act.
Series 12 (2017)
The 12th series was broadcast from 16 November to 14 December 2017 sur M6 with judges presiding Hélène Segara, Kamel Ouali and Éric Antoine. It was the first season in the history of the series where Gilbert Rozon was not included. The invited jury were Soprano and Amir Haddad. The winner of the season was Laura Laune, with her humour songs.
Series 13 (2018)
The 13th series (2018), started being broadcast during October 2018. The judges of the show included 2 new judges: Marianne James (Singer) and Sugar Sammy (comedian) both the newest additions to La France A Un Incroyable Talents' panel. Hélène Segara (Singer) and Eric Antoine (Magician) have signed a contract to stay judges for Series 13. David Ginola is also remaining as the TV presenter of the show.