The Voice Senior (Russian TV series)

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The Voice Senior
Голос. 60+
The Voice Senior logo.jpg
Genre Music program
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Developed by Talpa Content
Directed by Ildous Kurmaleev
Andrey Sychev
Presented by Dmitry Nagiev
Judges
Opening theme This is The Voice Senior
Country of origin Russia
Original language(s) Russian
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 4
Production
Producer(s)
  • Yury Aksyuta
  • Evgeniy Orlov
  • Andrey Sergeev
Production location(s) Mosfilm, Moscow
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 120–135 minutes
Production company(s)
Release
Original network Channel One
Picture format 16:9
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release September 14, 2018 – present
Chronology
Preceded by
Related shows
External links
The Voice Senior (Channel One)

The Voice Senior (Russian: Голос. 60+) is a Russian singing competition television series broadcast on Channel One. Based on the original The Voice Senior, it has aired one season and aims to find currently unsigned singing talent (solo or duets, professional and amateur) contested by aspiring singers, age 60 or over, drawn from public auditions. The winner will be determined by television viewers voting by telephone, SMS text, and The Voice App.

The series employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach. The original panel featured Leonid Agutin, Pelageya, Lev Leshchenko, and Valery Meladze.

The winner of the first season is Lidia Muzaleva.

The Voice Senior began airing on September 14, 2018, as an autumn TV season programme. On April 16, 2018, Channel One renewed the series through its first season. The series premiered on September 14, 2018.[1]

Conception

An adaptation of the Dutch show The Voice Senior, Channel One announced the show under the name Голос. 60+ (The Voice. 60+).

In each season, the winner receives ₽1,000,000.

Selection process and format

Blind auditions

Each season begins with the "Blind auditions," where coaches form their team of artists (4 artists with season 1) whom they mentor through the remainder of the season. The coaches' chairs are faced towards the audience during artists' performances; those interested in an artist press their button, which turns their chair towards the artist and illuminates the bottom of the chair to read "Я выбираю тебя" ("I Want You"). At the conclusion of the performance, an artist either defaults to the only coach who turned around or selects his or her coach if more than one coach expresses interest.

Knockouts

In the "Knockout Rounds," each coach pairs two of his or her team members to perform solo, then chooses one to advance in the competition. Two artists from each team would advance to the Final.

Final

In the final live performance phase of the competition, artists perform in live show, where public voting narrows to a final group of four artists and eventually declares a winner.

Addition

In each season alongside with the determing of the winner, television viewers vote for the best season coach using The Voice App and HbbTV option in their TV sets.

Coaches and presenter

Coaches timeline

Coaches Season
1
Leonid
Pelageya
Lev
Valery

Leonid Agutin, Pelageya, and Valery Meladze became the first confirmed coaches on August 13, 2018,[2] followed by Lev Leshchenko on August 14, 2018.[3]

Presenter

Presenter Season
1
Dmitry Nagiev

Dmitry Nagiev, the presenter of The Voice and The Voice Kids became the confirmed presenter on August 13, 2018.

Series overview

Season Premiere Final Winner Runner-up Third place Winning coach Best season coach Presenter Coaches (chair's order)
1 2 3 4
1 September 14, 2018 October 5, 2018 Lidia Muzaleva Evgeniy Strugalskiy Nikolay Arutyunov Sergey Manukyan Pelageya Dmitry Nagiev Leonid Pelageya Lev Valery
2 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Season synopses

Names in bold type indicate the winner of the season.

Season 1

The first season of The Voice Senior (The Voice. 60+) premiered on September 14, 2018. The original coaching panel consists of Leonid Agutin, Pelageya, Lev Leshchenko, and Valery Meladze. Dmitry Nagiev appeared as the presenter.

Each coach was allowed to advance two top to the Final:

Team Leonid Team Pelageya Team Lev Team Valery
Nikolay Arutyunov Lidia Muzaleva Evgeniy Strugalskiy Sergey Manukyan
Nikolay Agutin Olga Muravina Viktor Zuev Natalia Spevak

Four finalists were advanced to the 2nd final round. Lidia Muzaleva was announced as the winner of the season, while Evgeniy Strugalskiy placed second, Nikolay Arutyunov and Sergey Manukyan placed both third, respectively.

Reception

The Voice Senior (ratings) : Russia viewers per episode (millions)
Season Episode number Average
1 2 3 4
1 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.1 5.33
Source: MediaScope

Seasons average: Ratings

The first season premiered on September 14, 2018 with 5.6 rating scores in the 18–49 demographic.

Each Russian network television season starts in late August and ends in late May.
Season Timeslot (MSK (UTC+3)) # Ep. Premiered Ended TV season Viewers
(ratings)
Date Premiere viewers
(ratings)
Date Final viewers
(ratings)
1
Friday 9:30 pm
4
September 14, 2018
5.6
October 5, 2018
5.1 2018–2019 5.33

References

  1. ^ "The Voice. 60+ on Channel One - Around the TV". Вокруг ТВ.
  2. ^ "Leonid Agutin, Pelageya, Valery Meladze and unnamed artist became the coaches of The Voice. 60+". Комсомольская правда. August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "Lev Leshchenko became the coach of The Voice. 60+". Вокруг ТВ. August 14, 2018. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
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