Fabrika Zvyozd

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Fabrika Zvyozd (Russian: Фабрика звёзд, literally Star Factory) is a Russian television show that aired on Channel One from 2002 until 2011. It is the Russian version of the Endemol format Operación Triunfo.

The show has had seven seasons, all of them hosted by Yana Churikova. The show's alumni include Timati, Yulia Savicheva, Natalia Podolskaya, Dmitry Koldun, and Elena Temnikova. The seventh season was sponsored by singer Alla Pugacheva, who had starred in a TV musical mocking the Star Factory, together with Maxim Galkin and Verka Serduchka. In March 2011, the show announced that it would be returning with an eighth, "All-Star" season. The eighth season included four composers that had previously produced a season of the show: Igor Matvienko (one and five), Igor Krutoi (four), Victor Drobysh (four and six), and Konstantin Meladze (seven). Each composer had three singers that they had previously produced for.

First season (2002)[edit]

  • Korni (winner)
    • Pavel Artemiev
    • Aleksandr Astashenok
    • Aleksandr Berdnikov
    • Aleksei Kabanov
  • Fabrika (second place)
  • Mikhail Grebenshikov (third place)
  • Konstantin Dudoladov
  • Gera Tuzikov (Gera Levi)
  • Sherif Musa (JAM)
  • Zhanna Cherukhina
  • Nikolai Burlak
  • Anna Kulikova
  • Ekaterina Shemyakina
  • Yulia Buzhilova

Producer: Igor Matvienko

Second season (2003)[edit]

  • Polina Gagarina (winner)
  • Yelena Terleyeva (second place)
  • Elena Temnikova (third place)
  • Yulia Savicheva
  • Evgeniya Rasskazova
  • Kristian Leinich
  • Marianna Belezkaya
  • Maria Rzhevskaya
  • Aleksei Semenov
  • Mikhail Reshetnikov
  • Pier Narciss
  • Dmitriy Astashenok
  • Irakliy Pirzhalava
  • Yuliya Volkova
  • Gennadiy Lagutin
  • Dmitriy Praskovjin

Producer: Maxim Fadeev

Third season (2003)[edit]

  • Nikita Malinin (winner)
  • Aleksandr Kireev (second place)
  • Yulia Michalchik (third place)
  • Irina Ortmann
  • Maria Vebber
  • Roamn Barsukov
  • Nikolay Slichenko
  • Svetlana Svetikova
  • Ruslan Kurik
  • Irina Zhelnova
  • Anastasia Krainova
  • Kseniya Valeeva
  • Dmitriy Golubev
  • Oleg Dobrinin
  • Lesya Yaroslavskaya
  • Sofiya Kuzmina

Producer: Alexander Shulgin

Fourth season (2004)[edit]

  • Irina Dubtsova (winner)
  • Anton Zatsepin (second place)
  • Stas Piekha (third place)
  • Timati
  • Nataliya Korshunova
  • Ivan Breusov
  • Aleksandr Breslavskiy (Dominick Joker)
  • Kseniya Larina
  • Anastasia Kochetkova
  • Nadezhda Igoshina
  • Nataliya Polyanskaya
  • Victoria Bogoslavskaya
  • Evgeniya Volkonskaya
  • Yuriy Titov
  • Anton Yampolskiy (Paul)
  • Ratmir Shishkov
  • Aleksandra Chvikova (Aleksa)
  • Yaroslav Illarionov

Producer: Igor Krutoy

Fifth season (2004)[edit]

  • Victoria Dayneko (winner)
  • Ruslan Masyukov (second place)
  • Natalia Podolskaya (third place)
  • Mikhail Veselov (third place)
  • Andrey Shumskiy
  • Elena Kukarskaya (Elena Sergeevna)
  • Konstantin Legostaev
  • Aleksandra Balakireva
  • Elena Kaufmann
  • Darya Klushnikova
  • Radion Zabolotskiy (Roger)
  • Irson Kudikova
  • Julianna Karaulova
  • Mike Mironenko
  • Aksinya Verjak
  • Miguel
  • Kirill Garnik
  • Lerika Golubeva

Producers: Alla Pugacheva, Igor Matvienko, Maxim Fadeev

Sixth season (2006)[edit]

  • Dmitriy Koldun (winner)
  • Arseniy Borodin (second place)
  • Zara (third place)
  • Aleksei Khvorostyan
  • Aleksei Korzin
  • Prokhor Shalyapin
  • Dan Petrov
  • Arina Ryzhenkova
  • Anastasia Shevchenko
  • Roman Arkhipov
  • Yulia Lysenko
  • Aleksandra Gurkova
  • Sogdiana Fedorinskaya
  • Mila Kulikova
  • Viktoriya Kolesnikova
  • Olga Voronina
  • Sabrina Gadzhikaibova
  • Chelsea

Producer: Victor Drobysh

Seventh season (2007)[edit]

Spares:

  • Elena Mizuk
  • Vitaliy Chirva
  • Leonid Panov
  • Yulia Zemskaya

Producers: Konstantin Meladze, Valery Meladze

Eighth season (2011)[edit]

Igor Matvienko

  • Fabrika
  • Victoria Dayneko
  • Korni

Igor Krutoi

  • Anastasia Kochetkova
  • Dominick Joker
  • Irina Dubcova

Victor Drobysh

  • Zara
  • Natalia Podolskaya
  • Chelsea

Konstantin Meladze

Winners:

  • Victoria Dayneko (first)
  • Chelsea (second)
  • Irina Dubcova (third)
  • Mark Tishmann (Producer's Award)

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