The Voice Indonesia
|The Voice Indonesia|
|Also known as||
|Created by||John de Mol|
|Based on||The Voice franchise|
|Presented by||Daniel Mananta
Akhadi Wira Satriaji
|Country of origin||Indonesia|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||39|
|Executive producer(s)||John de Mol
Indra Yudhistira (Indosiar-2013)
Fabian Dharmawan (RCTI-2016-)
|Running time||120–240 minutes (incl. adverts)|
Endemol Asia Ltd
Elang Mahkota Teknologi (2013)
Media Nusantara Citra (2016-)
|Original network||Indosiar (2013)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Original release||Original Series:
February 10, 2013 – June 2, 2013
February 26, 2016 – present
|Related shows||The Voice (franchise)
The Voice of Holland
The Voice (U.S.)
The Voice UK
|Official website The Voice Indonesia|
The Voice Indonesia is a reality television singing competition created by John de Mol which premiered in Indonesia on 10 February 2013 on Indosiar. The format is Dutch and the original Dutch version of the programme was broadcast in the Netherlands for the first time in 2010 as The Voice of Holland. The show replaced the previous singing contest show Akademi Fantasi Indosiar. Season 2 will be aired in the RCTI. RCTI once again appointed Fabian Dharmawan to produce The Voice Indonesia after successful seasons with Indonesian Idol, X Factor Indonesia and Sasuke Ninja Warrior Indonesia. This program replaces the previous programs singing talent contest, Indonesian Idol because the broadcast is over from 2004 to 2014 and now otherwise been removed from list of programs RCTI. Indosiar dropped The Voice Indonesia after the first season due to poor ratings. In 2016, the RCTI won the rights to the show, and a second season went into production.
The original judging panel line-up in 2013 consisted of Armand Maulana, Giring Ganesha, Glenn Fredly and Sherina Munaf. When the show was revived in 2016, the judging panel was replaced by Ari Lasso, Agnez Mo, Kaka "Slank" and Judika.
The programme was commissioned after a successful first series in the US, where the programme aired on NBC. It will be produced by RCTI in Indonesia. The winner receives Rp 100,000,000, a car, and a record deal with Universal Music Indonesia.
- 1 History
- 2 Format
- 3 Hosts and coaches
- 4 Series overview
- 5 Accolades
- 6 The Voice Kids Indonesia
- 7 References
- 8 External links
The Voice Indonesia was created by John de Mol in the Netherlands and is based on the original Dutch series. de Mol then began to grow and expand the The Voice competition franchise and in 2013, the Indonesian version of the show was launched on Indosiar, the same channel as the highly successful Akademi Fantasi Indosiar. However, due to poor ratings Indosiar dropped The Voice Indonesia after one season.
In 2016, once the eighth and final season of Indonesian Idol was completed, it was announced that RCTI went into a "bidding war" with Global TV to obtain the rights of The Voice Indonesia, which they later won and a second season went into production.
The series consists of three phases:
- Blind audition
- Battle round
- Knockout round (season 2-)
- Live performance shows
The Blind Auditions
Four judges/coaches, all famous musicians, will choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process. Each judge has the length of the auditionee's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team; if two or more judges want the same singer then the singer gets to choose which coach they want to work with.
Each team of singers will be mentored and developed by their coach. In the second stage, coaches will have two of their team members battle against each other by singing the same song, with the coach choosing which team member will advance to the next stage. A new element was added in season two; coaches were given two "steals", allowing each coach to select two individuals who were eliminated during a battle round by another coach.
Knockout round (Season 2 onwards)
Seems like battle round, Each team of singers will be mentored and developed by their coach. Knockout Round determines which three artists from each team will advance to the final round of competition, the Live Shows. In this round, after an artist performs, he or she will sit in one of three seats above the stage. The first three artists performing from each team will sit down, but once the fourth artist performs, a coach has the choice of replacing the fourth artist with any artist sitting down or eliminating them immediately. Once all artists have performed, those who remain seated will advance to the Live Shows.
Live performance shows
In the final phase, the remaining contestants will compete against each other in live broadcasts. The television audience will help to decide who moves on. When one team member remains for each coach, the contestants will compete against each other in the finale.
Hosts and coaches
The first season's host was confirmed to be sport presenter, Darius Sinathrya. Caroline Conchita served as the "backstage online and social media correspondent" for the live show week 1 and Fenita Arie for week 2 onwards. The second season's host was the MC, VJ, and actor, Daniel Mananta.
On October, 2012, four coaches were chosen, namely Sherina Munaf, Glenn Fredly, Giring Ganesha and Armand Maulana. Sherina Munaf began her singing career when she was girl. Glenn Fredly is a soul singer and known has a lot of romantic songs. Giring Ganesha is a front-man of Nidji, while Armand Maulana is a front-man of Gigi.
On January 2016, four coaches were chosen, namely Ari Lasso, Kaka "Slank", Agnez Mo and Judika. Agnez Mo began her singing career when she was girl. Ari Lasso is a pop rock singer and former front-man of Dewa 19. Kaka "Slank" is a front-man of Slank, while Judika is a runner-up of Indonesian Idol 2005.
- Color key
Winners are in bold, the finalists in the finale are in small italicized font, and the eliminated artists are in small font.
|Armand Maulana||Sherina Munaf||Glenn Fredly||Giring Ganesha|
|1||Leona Dwi Untari
Dian Permata Saferina
|Agseisa Galuh Putri
Rebecca Louis Quinto
Luise Aminah Najib
Ayu Nanda Maharani
Arden Purwanto Wijaya
|Ari Lasso||Agnez Mo||Kaka 'SLANK'||Judika|
|Mario G. Klau
Guest mentors and advisers
|Season||Armand Maulana||Sherina Munaf||Glenn Fredly||Giring Ganesha|
||Once Mekel||Vina Panduwinata||Ello||Titi DJ|
|Season||Ari Lasso||Agnez Mo||Kaka 'SLANK'||Judika|
|Season||First Aired||Last Aired||Winner||Runner-up||Third place||Fourth place||Winning coach||Host(s)||Coaches (chair's order)|
|1||Feb 10, 2013||June 02, 2013||Billy Simpson||Leona Dwi Untari||Tiara Degrasia1||Giring Ganesha||Darius Sinathrya
|Agseisa Galuh Putri1|
|2||Feb 26, 2016||June 20, 2016||Mario G. Klau||Sekar Teja||Fitri Novianti||Nina Yunken||Kaka "Slank"||Daniel Mananta||Ari||Kaka||Agnez||Judika|
- ^ In season one, the third and fourth place was a draw.
|2013||Yahoo! OMG! Awards||Favorite TV Show||The Voice Indonesia||Nominated|
|2016||19th Annual Panasonic Gobel Awards||Favorite Talent Show & Reality Show||The Voice Indonesia||Won|
The Voice Kids Indonesia
In 2016, Global TV (a subsidiary of Media Nusantara Citra) introduced a children's version of The Voice Indonesia called The Voice Kids Indonesia. It featured Indonesian children from 9 to 15 years of age.
- Team Bebi
- Team Agnez
- Team Tulus
|Season||Premiere||Finale||Winner||Runners-up||Winning coach||Hosts||Coaches (chair's order)|
|1||August 26, 2016||December 2, 2016||Christopher Edgar||Dru Nuca||Tulus||Ananda Omesh
- Luthfi, Ansharuddin (10 February 2013). "Saksikan The Voice Indonesia Malam Ini di Indosiar" (in Indonesian). Liputan6.com. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
- Anggraeni, Rina (24 February 2016). "The Voice Indonesia Tayang Perdana Jumat, 26 Februari" (in Indonesian). SINDOnews.com. Retrieved 9 June 2016.
- Pamungkas, Alan (26 February 2016). "Blind Audition The Voice Indonesia Resmi Dimulai" (in Indonesian). Okezone. Retrieved 9 June 2016.
- "The Voice Indonesia, Ajang Mencari 'The Real Singer'" (in Indonesian). KapanLagi.com. 22 January 2013. Retrieved 9 June 2016.
- "Digelar Lagi, Agnes Monica Jadi Coach The Voice Indonesia 2" (in Indonesian). KapanLagi.com. 18 January 2016. Retrieved 9 June 2016.