The Voice Thailand

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The Voice Thailand
GenreSinging Competition
Created byJohn de Mol
Presented bySongsit Rungnopakunsi
Rinlanee Sripen
Judges
Country of originThailand
Original language(s)Thai
No. of series7
No. of episodes75
Production
Production location(s)Bangkok
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time90min (Blind Audition)
105min (Battle & Live)
Production company(s)AP&J Production Co.,LTD
Release
Original networkPPTV HD
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original releaseSeptember 9, 2012 –
present
Chronology
Related showsThe Voice
External links
Official website

The Voice เสียงจริงตัวจริง, (also known as The Voice Thailand) is a Thai reality television series on the Channel 3 television network. It was premiered on 9 September 2012 on Channel 3. 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 programme was commissioned after a successful first season in the U.S., where the programme aired on NBC domestically and AXN Asia regionally. It is produced by True Music and Toh-Klom Televisions. After producing 6 seasons, in 2018, the show was acquired by PPTV HD.

Format[edit]

The Voice is a reality television series that features four coaches looking for a talented new artist, who could become a global superstar. The show's concept is indicated by its title: the coaches do not judge the artists by their looks, personalities, stage presence or dance routines—only their vocal ability. It is this aspect that differentiates The Voice from other reality television series such as The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent or even Must Be the Music. The competitors are split into four teams, which are mentored by the coaches who in turn choose songs for their artists to perform. There is no specific age range and anyone can audition; if a coach likes what they hear, a button-press allows their chair to spin around and face the performer, signifying that they would like to mentor them. If more than one does so, then the artist selects a coach. However, if no coach turns around then the artist is sent home.

There are five different stages: producers' auditions, blind auditions, battle phase, knock-outs and live shows.

Coaches and contestants[edit]

Coaches[edit]

Coaches season
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Stamp Apiwat
Jennifer Kim
Kong Saharat
Joey Boy
Singto Numchok
Da Endorphine
Pop Pongkool

Saharat Sangkapricha, Joey Boy, Jennifer Kim (season 1-4, current), Apiwat Eurthavornsuk (season 1-3), Namchok Thanatrom (season 4-6), Thanida Thumwimol (season 5-6) and Pongkool Suebsung (current) are the coaches and vocal mentors. Contestants are listed in order of their ranking from their respective seasons, and arranged alphabetically for those eliminated at the same stage of the competition.

Contestants[edit]

     Winning coach/contestant with winners in bold

     Runner-up – final contestant listed first

     3rd place – final contestant listed first

     4th place – final contestant listed first

Season
Kong Saharat Jennifer Kim Joey Boy Stamp Apiwat
1
  • Thanon Chamroen (1st)
  • Sarocha Senarat
  • Nawatchaphat Chaiyatha
  • Natthawadi Dokkathin
  • Ekkaphon Rattanakamphon & Kiratikan Phongthongsamran
  • Phichaya Chanwilai
  • Trakan Sisaengchan (3rd)
  • Wichaya Wongsuriyan
  • Tunraya Chanthawong
  • Wirasak Kluea-kin
  • Orawi Phinitsanphirom
  • Kumarika Supphakon
  • Thachaya Prathumwan (2nd)
  • Bongkot Charoentham
  • Phiranan Chanaphantharak
  • Chitsuda Heng-ratsami
  • Sapha Phanit-attra
  • Chirawut Chanchaisaeng
  • Phichet Bua-kham (3rd)
  • Natthawut Chenmana
  • Duangphon Phongphasuk
  • Chonthicha Yotsaphon
  • Narin Prasopphakdi
  • Prakaidao Sukkhawat
2
  • Wanlika Ketsawaphithak (2nd)
  • Natthita Siyanon
  • Sermsartr Del Rosario
  • Chanowat Phirisaisanti
  • Kritsada Phisetphatthanakun (3rd)
  • Lalita Chuengwatthanakit
  • Natcha Chittanon
  • Watchara Kanyaphon
  • Kittinan Chinsamran (3rd)
  • Thanaphon Mahatthanadun
  • Waruni Chanthrasirirangsi
  • Thikhamphon Phritaphon
  • Rangsan Panyaruen (1st)
  • Fonpha Pramoj na Ayudhaya
  • Chamaphon Saengthong
  • Naphat Sirinin
3
  • Panchaphon Thammason (4th)
  • Banthita Prachamon
  • Niwirin Limkangwanmongkhon
  • Thiraphap Kramonmanit
  • Somsak Rinnairak (1st)
  • Phlengpraphan Kingthong
  • Palirat Konbang
  • Annawari Rivollon
  • Charunwit Phuaphanwatthana (3rd)
  • Ingrid Witzany
  • Prangthip Thalaeng
  • Kulitsara Sakunrat
4 Kong Saharat Jennifer Kim Joey Boy Singto Numchok
  • Anchuli-on Buakaeo (2nd)
  • Chiranan Phanthuwon
  • Phatthranut Sitawan
  • Bunyaphon Bunlom
  • Samat Niamsa-at (3rd)
  • Manatsanan Aksonthueng
  • Narat-hathai Warotamaphat
  • Watcharaphong Sirirak
  • Thitthinan Onpan (1st)
  • Rungrat Mengphanit
  • Naraphong Pramot
  • Yada Komet
  • Phongthon Pathumanon (4th)
  • Ratchayawi Wirasutthimat
  • Phitsini Wirasutthimat
  • Ardawan Habibzadeh
5 Kong Saharat Da Endorphine Joey Boy Singto Numchok
  • Anon Watchariwong na Ayutthaya (3rd)
  • Thamonwan Koplapthanakun
  • Methasit Wangdi
  • Thakon Choengkhunthot
  • Natthapong Thongmueang (2nd)
  • Opkhwan Kinglakmueang
  • Bancha Khamluecha
  • Chonchanok Tatiyongmongkhonchai
  • Siphum Bencharat (1st)
  • Noppharut Si-muang
  • Witthawat Sankonkit
  • Phirachat Suwatthawichai
  • Phatcharaphon Bunchu (3rd)
  • Kittiwat Rungrueng
  • Natthanot Chunhakan
  • Phiraphat Sitthawong
6
Sirinthra Chanathap Benjamin James Dolley Pathitta & Saran Wachirawit Chinkoet
Yukonchat Ketphasa Suphakchaya Rattanamai Phawida Morici Ekkaphan Wannasut
Chirawan Sonsa-atdi Piyathida Lekklang Chonlaphat Setthasitthikun Saypaseuth Phommavongxay
Chainarong Phrombuppha Kittiphong & Kanthira Chuthamat Sapsiri Chitlada Thirinthong
7 Kong Saharat Jennifer Kim Joey Boy Pongkool Suebsung
Onratda Rojjanatechasiri Wathanyoo Pringhatyai Pongsatorn Kambang Sayapha Singchu
Apisit Suriwong Ekkarat Phonsri Wanchaleom Luangprathum Jakkrit Khamjit
Alongkorn Sirimahaweero Thatsanai Kittirungsuwan Buma & Suphamet Areeya Rotjanadit
Aree Rueangsawat Thitiyakorn Thongsri Worraruethai Phakdiwijit Nutprawe & Khrongkwan

Series overview[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Other finalist(s) Winning coach Presenter(s) Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 September 9, 2012 December 15, 2012 Tanont Chamroen Thachaya Prathumwan Trakan Sisaengchan Phichet Bua-kham Kong Saharat Songsit Rungnopakunsi Stamp Joey Kim Kong
2 September 8, 2013 December 15, 2013 Rangsan Panyaruen Wanlika Ketsawaphithak Kittinan Chinsamran Kritsada Phisetphatthanakun Stamp Apiwat Songsit Rungnopakunsi
Rinlanee Sripen
3 September 7, 2014 December 14, 2014 Somsak Rinnairak Suthita Chanachaisuwan Charunwit Phuaphanwatthana Panchaphon Thammason Jennifer Kim
4 September 6, 2015 December 13, 2015 Thitthinan Onpan Anchuli-on Buakaeo Samat Niamsa-at Phongthon Pathumanon Joey Boy Singto
5 September 11, 2016 February 5, 2017 Siphum Bencharat Natthaphong Thongmueang Anon Watchariwong na Ayutthaya Phatcharaphon Bunchu Da
6 November 12, 2017 February 25, 2018 Wachirawit Chinkoet Benjamin James Dolley Suphakchaya Rattanamai Pathitta & Saran Singto Numchok
7 November 19, 2018 March 4, 2019 Pongsatorn Kambang Onratda Rojjanatechasiri Sayapha Singchu Jakkrit Khamjit Joey Boy Songsit Rungnopakunsi Pop Kim
8 September 16, 2019 TBA TBA

Season synopses[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Season 4[edit]

Season 5[edit]

Season 6[edit]

Season 7[edit]

Season 8[edit]

The Voice Kids Thailand[edit]

The Voice Kids Thailand is a singing competition for children aged 7–14 years, and a junior version of The Voice Thailand.. Following the success of the first season of The Voice Thailand, the series was produced after purchasing rights from Talpa Media Group in the Netherlands, making Thailand the 6th country to start producing The Voice Kids. As of July 2019, a seventh season has yet to be produced.

Coaches[edit]

Coaches season
1 2 3 4 5 6
Two Popetorn
Parn Thanaporn
Zani Nipaporn
Sumet & the Punk
Tik Shiro
Tongneng Rudklao
Lula Kanyarat
Mam Patcharida
Joke So Cool

Contestants[edit]

     Winning coach/contestant with winners in bold

     Runner-up – final contestant listed first

     3rd place – final contestant listed first

Season
Two Popetorn Parn Thanaporn Zani Nipaporn
1
  • Prapasiri Sapprasert (2nd)
  • Yanisa Saengphakdee
  • Jordan Alexis Epley
  • Waritsara Kaewkham
  • Tawanthai Khongsomrit
  • Kuljira Tongkham (1st)
  • Sudarat Sritong-aon
  • Nutprawee Khongrot
  • Jarutrawee Theamrat
  • Krittima Jaengsawat
  • Thanathat Noiphimai (2nd)
  • Palirat Konbang
  • Yosita Thongsai
  • Jirwadee Sophonphanitsin
  • Promwilai Leesirirot
2 Sumet & The Punk Parn Thanaporn Zani Nipaporn
  • Pornsawun Yanvaro (1st)
  • Natrada Chiansri
  • Muknaree Prathumsawat
  • Kamonlada Sameerak
  • Arisa Oshii
  • Yonradee Khumkanokkan (2nd)
  • Athiwat Changnoi
  • Siritathat Saikosum
  • Ketpanya Yangkunming
  • Khemmikan Jitcheun
  • Piyathida Lekklang (2nd)
  • Vanessa Hemmingsen
  • Koranit Laosubinprasert
  • Khamas Khamarali
  • Siriyapa Ketpetch
3
  • Jarutpon Phongphaew (2nd)
  • Sornsawan Buengsai
  • Supitcha Hanphutphakdeekun
  • Wongsathorn Somsri
  • Kanyakorn Nambunrueang
  • Napatsakorn Kasemporn (2nd)
  • Chanaporn Thaweechat
  • Natchaphan Ploysingto
  • Phitchaporn Homkhuntod
  • Pornpatchara Sripetch
  • Natharika Phetfu (1st)
  • Naritsara Duangsida
  • Kanyapat Bunsirithakorn
  • Nanthanat Pansuksan
  • Phurit Amatayakun
4 Tik Shiro Tongneng Rudklao Lula Kanyarat
  • Nathamon Arunprasopsuk (2nd)
  • Kanya Klaithin
  • Jidapa Limrattanadamrong
  • Jiranan Laothannapong
  • Siampon Singchu (3rd)
  • Natchaya Lamlertla
  • Phichaporn Sathitpornbanphot
  • Pitchayanan Sirawiriyanon
  • Jedsada Sukharom (1st)
  • Rebecca Pagan
  • Supphakorn Barameesangpet
  • Sayapha Singchu
5
  • Siripong Srisukha (1st)
  • Natalie Leeyunkrat
  • Anika Horman
  • Nanthanat Jitniyom
  • Yada Satjakun (2nd)
  • Sukanya Khamchomphu
  • Pancheewa Monsiri
  • Woranat Wijitwathakan
  • Wanchaya Tubtimlek (3rd)
  • Chonlapat Chuenbunngam
  • Theethat Songthong & Thirada Songthong
  • Nattalinee Matsaman

Series overview[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runners-up Winning coach Presenter(s) Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 April 27, 2013 June 15, 2013 Kuljira Tongkham Prapasiri Sapprasert Thanathat Noiphimai No fourth finalist Parn Thanaporn Songsit Rungnopakunsi Rinlanee Sripen Two Parn Zani No fourth coach
2 February 7, 2014 March 30, 2014 Pornsawun Yanvaro Yonradee Khumkanokkan Piyathida Lekklang Sumet & Punk Parn Sumet & Punk
3 February 1, 2015 March 29, 2015 Natharika Phetfu Jarutpon Phongphaew Napatsakorn Kasemporn Zani Nipaporn
4 January 17, 2016 March 13, 2016 Jedsada Sukharom Nathamon Arunprasopsuk Siampon Singchu Lula Kanyarat Lula Tik Rudklao
5 April 23, 2017 June 18, 2017 Siripong Srisukha Yada Satjakun Wanchaya Tubtimlek Tik Shiro
6 April 8, 2019 July 3, 2019 Mac-Sirichai Chaiyakul Prinrat Chimthum Un Tong Thi Yada Suhn Mam Patcharida Sawitree Sutthichanon Mam Joke
7 2020 2020 TBA Pop Lula

The Voice Senior Thailand[edit]

The Voice Senior Thailand is a singing competition for elders of more than sixty years old, and a senior version of The Voice Thailand. The series is produced by PPTV after acquiring the show from the original Holland version, making Thailand the 5th country to start producing The Voice Senior.

Coaches[edit]

Coaches
1 2
Stamp Apiwat
Charas Fuang-arom
Parn Thanaporn
Kong Saharat
Jennifer Kim
Tik Shiro

Series overview[edit]

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place Winning coach Presenter Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 March 11, 2019 April 1, 2019 Sanae Damkham Sukit Sapphasri Pongsri Ketsuwan Samart Sukkanit Stamp Apiwat Songsit Rungnopakunsi Kong Stamp Parn Charas
2 April 7, 2020 May 3, 2020 TBA Stamp Tik Kong Kim

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