The Voice of Poland

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For the upcoming season, see The Voice of Poland (season 6).
The Voice of Poland
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Genre Talent show
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Presented by Tomasz Kammel (2–)
Halina Mlynkova (6–)
Maciej Musiał (2–)
Hubert Urbański (1)
Mateusz Szymkowiak (1)
Iga Krefft (2)
Marika (2–4)
Magdalena Mielcarz (1, 5)
Judges Edyta Górniak (3, 5–)
Andrzej Piaseczny (1, 6–)
Maria Sadowska (3–4, 6–)
Tomson & Baron (2–)
Kayah (1)
Nergal (1)
Ania Dąbrowska (1)
Patrycja Markowska (2)
Justyna Steczkowska (2, 4–5)
Marek Piekarczyk (2–5)
Theme music composer Martijn Schimmer
Country of origin Poland
Original language(s) Polish
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 87 (5 seasons)
Production company(s) Rochstar
Release
Original channel TVP 2, TVP 2 HD
Picture format 16:9 (SDTV); TVP2
1080i (HDTV); TVP2 HD
Original release September 3, 2011 (2011-09-03) – present
External links
Production website

The Voice of Poland is a Polish reality talent show that will premiere on September 3, 2011 on the TVP 2 television network. The Voice of Poland is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the reality singing competition launched in the Netherlands as The Voice of Holland, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.[1]

Format[edit]

Producers' auditions and blind auditions[edit]

The Voice of Poland‍ '​s first stage is the producers' auditions, which are not shown on television. The first shown stage is the blind auditions, where they sing in front of the coaches. The coaches have their backs to the singer, and if they like what they hear, they can press their button to turn around and recruit them to their team. If more than one coach turns, the power shifts to the singer, who then decides which team they would like to be part of. Each coach must recruit 12 singers to their team in the blind auditions to progress on to the battle phase.

Battle phase[edit]

The second stage, 'Battle phase', is where two artists are mentored and then developed by their respective coach. The coaches of the team will "dedicate themselves to developing their artists, giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success in the music industry". Every member of their team battle against another member from their team. They sing the same song simultaneously, while their coach decides who should continue in the competition. The coaches have to choose from the six individual “battles” to take artists to the live round. In Series 2 (2013), a new 'steal' twist was introduced to the Battle phase. The 'steal' gives the chance to the losers in the head-to-head battles to give one last pitch to the coaches, excluding their own coach who snubbed them, on why they should remain in the process. The coaches will then be given an allocated amount of time to push their button on their spinning chairs if they want the contestant on their team. As with the blind auditions, if more than one coach presses their button, the power shifts to the contestant.

Knockout stage[edit]

The third stage of the competition is the 'Knockout stage'. It was named 'Sing-off' in the first series. The four coaches will enter this stage with eight team members; six winners of the battle phase, and two stolen members. In this round, artists will perform a 'killer song' of their choosing and the coaches will each pick four members of their team to go through to the live shows, creating a final 16 for the public vote.

Live shows[edit]

The final stage, dubbed as the 'Live shows', is where the surviving combatants perform in front of the coaches, audience and broadcast live. Each coach will be having four artists in their team to begin with and the artists will go head-to-head in the competition to win the public votes. These will determine which artist advances to the final eight. The remaining three artists' future in the show will be determined by the coaches, choosing who will progress. The final eight artists will compete in a live broadcast. However, the coaches will have a 50/50 say with the audience and the public in deciding which artists move on to the 'final four' phase. In the latter, each coach will have one member who will continue. The final (the winner round) will be decided upon by the public vote. Throughout the final the coaches will frequently perform with their artists. The winner will be crowned The Voice of Poland.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

Coaches Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6
Andrzej Piaseczny
Kayah
Nergal
Ania Dąbrowska
Justyna Steczkowska
Tomson & Baron
Patrycja Markowska
Marek Piekarczyk
Edyta Górniak
Maria Sadowska
Hosts Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6
Hubert Urbański
Magdalena Mielcarz
Mateusz Szymkowiak
Tomasz Kammel
Marika
Maciej Musiał
Iga Krefft
Halina Mlynkova

Seasons[edit]

Coaches and finalists[edit]

Winners are in bold, other finalists in italic, eliminated artists in smaller font.

Season Coaches and their finalists
1 Andrzej Piaseczny Kayah Nergal Ania Dąbrowska
Antoni Smykiewicz
Rafał Brzozowski
Katarzyna Lisowska
Ian Rooth
Ewa Kłosowicz
Mateusz Krautwurst
Filip Moniuszko
Edyta Strzycka
Kaja Domińska
Maciej Moszyński
Damian Ukeje
Monika Urlik
Ewelina Kordy
Ares Chadzinikolau
Filip Sałapa
Piotr Niesłuchowski
Aleksandra Galewska
Karolina Charko
Ewa Szlachcic
Katarzyna Klimczyk
2 Justyna Steczkowska Tomson & Baron Patrycja Markowska Marek Piekarczyk
Michał Sobierajski
Monika Szczot
Beata Dobosz
Michalina Brudnowska
Bartek Kawałek
Dorota Osińska
Katarzyna Dereń
Michał Jabłoński
Anna Ozner
Mateusz Grędziński
Natalia Nykiel
Żaneta Lubera
Justyna Panfilewicz
Jurand Wójcik
Jan Traczyk
Natalia Sikora
Juliusz Kamil
Wojciech Gruszczyński
Basia Janyga
Magdalena Bałdych
3 Edyta Górniak Tomson & Baron Maria Sadowska Marek Piekarczyk
Jagoda Kret
Olga Jankowska
Maia Lasota
Maria Rodriguez
Arkadiusz Kłusowski
Michał Grobelny
Natalia Krakowiak
Michał Malicki
Mateusz Ziółko
Katarzyna Stanek
Joanna Smajdor
Oksana Predko
Ernest Staniaszek
Marzena Ugorna
Nella Marczewski
Magdalena Meisel
4 Marek Piekarczyk Justyna Steczkowska Tomson & Baron Maria Sadowska
Aleksandra Węglewicz
Michał Karpacki
Dominika Kobiałka
Justyna Kunysz
Katarzyna Sawczuk
Artur Kryvych
Michał Rudaś
Michał Szyc
Maja Gawłowska
Kamil Bijoś
Paulina Romaniuk
Wojciech Baranowski
Juan Carlos Cano
Monika Pilarczyk
Marta Dryll
Sandra Mika
5 Tomson & Baron Edyta Górniak Justyna Steczkowska Marek Piekarczyk
Natalia Lubrano
Justyna Janik
Marta 'Sarsa' Markiewicz
Natalia Podwin
Przemysław Radziszewski
Iga Kozacka
Jerzy Grzechnik
Sandra Rusin
Aleksandra Nizio
Gracjan Kalandyk
Agnieszka Twardowska
Karol Dziedzic
Magdalena Paradziej
Żaneta Łabudzka
Tomasz Fridrych
Łukasz Szemraj
6 Tomson & Baron Maria Sadowska Andrzej Piaseczny Edyta Górniak
TBA TBA TBA TBA

Season summary[edit]

Colour key

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Winning Coach
1 September 3, 2011 December 10, 2011 Damian Ukeje Antoni Smykiewicz Piotr Niesłuchowski Mateusz Krautwurst Nergal
2 March 2, 2013 May 18, 2013 Natalia Sikora Dorota Osińska Michał Sobierajski Natalia Nykiel Marek Piekarczyk
3 September 7, 2013 November 30, 2013 Mateusz Ziółko Ernest Staniaszek Arkadiusz Kłusowski Jagoda Kret Maria Sadowska
4 March 1, 2014 May 24, 2014 Mexico Juan Carlos Cano Katarzyna Sawczuk Maja Gawłowska Aleksandra Węglewicz
5 September 6, 2014 December 6, 2014 Aleksandra Nizio Przemysław Radziszewski Gracjan Kalandyk Magdalena Paradziej Justyna Steczkowska
6 September 5, 2015 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Season details[edit]

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

The judges for season 1 are Ania Dąbrowska, Adam "Nergal" Darski, Kayah and Andrzej Piaseczny. The show is hosted by Hubert Urbański, Magdalena Mielcarz and Mateusz Szymkowiak. The winner of the first series in 2011 was Damian Ukeje.

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

The second season premiered on March 2, 2013. The judges are Justyna Steczkowska, Patrycja Markowska, Marek Piekarczyk and Tomson & Baron from Afromental. The show is hosted by Tomasz Kammel, Marika, Maciej Musiał and Iga Krefft (as "V reporters"). The winner of the second series was Natalia Sikora.

Season 3 (2013)[edit]

The third season premiered on September 7, 2013. The judges were Marek Piekarczyk, Tomson & Baron, Maria Sadowska and Edyta Górniak. Tomasz Kammel, Marika and Maciej Musiał returned as the hosts. The winner of the third series was Mateusz Ziółko.

Season 4 (2014)[edit]

The fourth season premiered on March 1, 2014. The judges were Justyna Steczkowska, Tomson & Baron, Maria Sadowska and Marek Piekarczyk. All hosts from the previous season returned. The winner of the fourth series was Juan Carlos Cano.

Season 5 (2014)[edit]

The fifth season premiered on September 6, 2014. The judges are Justyna Steczkowska, Tomson & Baron, Edyta Gorniak and Marek Piekarczyk. The show is hosted by Tomasz Kammel, Magdalena Mielcarz and Maciej Musiał. The winner of the fifth series was Aleksandra Nizio

Season 6 (2015)[edit]

The sixth season will premiere on September 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.tvp.pl/rozrywka/programy-muzyczne/the-voice-of-poland/o-programie

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