The Voice (franchise)

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The Voice
Created by
Original workThe Voice of Holland
Owner
Years2010–present
Films and television
Television series
Audio
Original music"This Is The Voice" (theme song) composed by Martijn Schimmer
Miscellaneous
Genre
First aired17 September 2010; 13 years ago (2010-09-17)
Official website
Production website

The Voice is an international reality television singing competition franchise. It is based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, which was originally created by Dutch producer John de Mol and Dutch singer Roel van Velzen.

It has become a rival to the Idols franchise, The Four, Rising Star and The X Factor. Up until 2020, the franchise was owned by Talpa Network. The current owner is ITV Studios.[1]

Originated in the Netherlands, many other countries adapted the format and began airing their own versions starting in 2010. Up till now, seven different versions of The Voice have been produced by countries/regions all around the world. Some programs still stick to the original format of the show while most of them are produced with twists of the format added.

The franchise maintains official YouTube channels called The Voice Global and La Voz Global (as the Spanish version). The channels upload compilation videos of performances from The Voice all around the world. The Voice Global channel currently has over 10 million subscribers.[2] Other channels on YouTube such as Best of The Voice[3] and Best of The Voice Kids[4] also feature compilations of the performances.

History[edit]

Talpa's John de Mol Jr., creator of Big Brother, first created The Voice concept with Dutch singer Roel van Velzen. Erland Galjaard, a Dutch program director, asked John de Mol about whether he could come up with a format that went a step further than The X Factor. De Mol then came up with the idea of Blind Audition. He wanted the show's image to be about the focus on singing quality alone, so the coaches must be top artists in the music industry. The rotating chairs concept was invented by Roel van Velzen. It would also be the first talent show in which social media was actively involved.[5]

On 17 September 2010, The Voice of Holland began to air on RTL 4 with Angela Groothuizen, Roel van Velzen, Nick & Simon, and Jeroen van der Boom as the mentor-judges (dubbed as "coaches") of the show.[6] The show proved to be an instant success in the Netherlands.[7][8]

The format was later sold to different countries, in many cases replacing a previous Endemol music contest format, Operation Triumph / Star Academy.

Original format[edit]

The show's format features five stages of competition: producers' auditions, blind auditions, battle rounds, knockouts (since 2012), and live performance shows.

Blind auditions[edit]

Contestants are aspiring singers drawn from public auditions (which are not broadcast) and active recruitment. Unlike Idols and The X Factor, the producers pick fewer contestants (usually from 100, up to 200 contestants), which are deemed "the best artists", to perform in the broadcast auditions.[5] The first televised stage is the blind auditions, in which the four coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, listen to the contestants in chairs facing away from the stage so as to avoid seeing them. If a coach likes what they hear from that contestant, they press a button to rotate their chairs to signify that they are interested in working with that contestant. If more than one coach presses their button, the contestant chooses the coach he or she wants to work with. The blind auditions end when each coach has a set number of contestants to work with. Coaches will dedicate themselves to developing their singers mentally, musically and in some cases physically, giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success.

Battles[edit]

The contestants who successfully pass the blind auditions proceed to the battle rounds (dubbed The Cut/Callbacks in some versions), where the coaches put two or sometimes three of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After the vocal face-off, the coach must choose only one to advance. If no specific winner can be identified, either the competition turns to a game of fate via a coin toss, or the coach may combine them into a duo throughout the rest of the competition. In rare cases the coach can also choose to advance neither one (As seen in season eight of The Voice of Holland). In some versions, there are steals where opposing coaches can steal a contestant who was voted off by their own coach by pressing their button. As in the blind auditions, if more than one coach presses their button, the contestant chooses which coach they want. Each coach has a set number of steals, usually one or two (raised to three in the seventh season of The Voice Brasil).

Knockouts[edit]

The knockout round was introduced in 2012, and is implemented in some versions. The winners of the battle rounds proceed to this round (dubbed Super-battle round/Singoffs in some versions).

As in the battle rounds, coaches pit members of their own team (usually 2/3/4, rarely 6 or 10) against each other. This time, the contestants choose their own song to perform individually while the other watches and waits. After that, the coach chooses one to advance while the other is sent home. At the end of the knockout rounds, the strongest members of each coach's roster proceed to the live stage shows. Some versions include steals. Like in the battle round, the opposing coaches can steal a contestant who was voted off by their own coach by pressing their button. Similar to the blind auditions, if more than one coach presses their button, the contestant chooses which coach they want.

Live shows[edit]

In the final performance phase of the competition, the top contestants from each team compete against each other during a live broadcast. The television audience vote to save one contestant on each team, leaving the coach to decide on live television who they want to save and who will not move on. In the next round, the public chooses between the two artists left on each team, and the coach also has a vote that weighs equally with the public vote.

Finally, each coach will have his/her best contestant left standing to compete in the finals, singing an original song. From these four or five, one will be named "The Voice"—and will receive the grand prize of a recording contract and a cash prize. Universal Music Group is the general record company associated and affiliated with The Voice format in most countries.

Social media participation[edit]

One of the cornerstones of The Voice format is the social media participation via Twitter, Facebook and the specially designed platform "connect". Users are able to log in via their Facebook account and retrieve background information about the show. The platform also offers the possibility to stream the show online as well as to vote, interact with friends and to discuss various topics and questions asked by the producers throughout the show.[9]

Format variations[edit]

Blind auditions twists[edit]

No conversations if no turn[edit]

Starting from the fifth season of The Voice of Holland,[10] if all the coaches rejected one specific contestant, they left the stage straight away, without any conversations with the coaches, and the chairs remained unturned. This format has been used in versions of other countries such as Poland, Finland, Bulgaria, Nigeria, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the United Kingdom, Romania,[11] Belgium-French, Germany, Albania, Françafrique, South Africa, France, Armenia, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Slovakia, Lithuania, and Mexico.

"Block" buttons[edit]

The American version introduced a new mechanism in the blind auditions on the fourteenth season: the "block" buttons. When a coach wants to get a specific contestant but does not want another coach to do so, they may press that coach's "block" button, blocking them from getting the contestant; then, the coach turns around. The coach who is blocked will not know until pressing their red button and, after that, they will get the word "blocked", instead of their name in the LED floor. This feature was adapted to several versions around the world. Mostly, the number of times each coach can block another one is once; however, this and how many blocks are allowed per audition varies in all versions (as described in the table below).

Countries that adapted the "block" buttons
Country / Region Version Season(s) Notes Ref.
Arab World Regular 5 [12]
Argentina Regular 4– Each coach has three "blocks". Coaches press the "block" button and then the main one.
Africa Regular 4– [13]
Australia Regular 9– The number of "blocks" is two for each coach and two blocks are permitted in a single audition. Also, the "block" can only be used after the blocked and the blocking coaches have already turned around. Starting in season 11, the "block" buttons can be used even after the contestant's performance. In season 12, "block" buttons can be used before the blocked coach turns and, then, the chair does not turn around. [14][15]
Belgium Regular (French) 8– Starting in season 9, the number of "blocks" increased to two per coach.

In season 11, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.

[16]
Kids (French) 2– Each coach has three "blocks" to use.
Regular (Dutch) 6, 9– The "block" buttons were removed in season 7.

It returned in season 9, and coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again

Kids (Dutch) 5– Two "blocks" for each coach.

In season 7, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.

[17]
Brazil Regular 7–12 The "blocks" are also possible in the battles round. Starting in season 8, the number of blocks per coach was raised to two, only in the auditions. Starting in season 10, the "block" buttons were only available during the auditions. In season 11, two " blocks" are permitted in a single audition. In season 12 the blocks returned in the battles. [18]
Bulgaria Regular 6– Only in season 7, when the blocked coach tried to turn around, the chair did not turn. Starting in season 8, each coach had two "blocks" to use. In season 10, blocking a coach could happen only when the audition ended, and the blocked coach's chair will turn back to the audience.
Cambodia Regular 3–
Canada (Quebec) Regular 7– In season 10, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. [19]
Chile Regular 4– Coaches can use the "block" buttons indefinitely, and two coaches can be blocked in a single audition. When the blocked coach tries to turn for the contestant, the chair does not turn around.
Colombia Kids 6 Coaches can use the "block" buttons indefinitely, and when the blocked coach presses their button to turn, the chair does not turn

The "block" buttons were removed in season 7. around.

Senior 2– Coaches can use the "block" buttons indefinitely, and when the blocked coach presses their button to turn, the chair does not turn around.
Croatia Regular 3– [20]
Finland Regular 11– Coaches press the "block" button first and then the main button for the block to be valid. Blocked coach can turn first before the one who did block.
France Regular 8– Starting in season 11, the number of "blocks" per coach was raised to two. In season 12, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. [21][22]
Kids 6– In season 9, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. [23]
Georgia Regular 4–5
Germany Regular 13– Each coach has three "blocks" to use.
Greece Regular 5– The number of available "blocks" is four per coach. [24]
Hungary Regular 2–
India Regular 3– [25]
Indonesia Regular 4– [26]
Kids 4– Two "blocks" for each coach.
Israel Regular 5 [27]
Italy Regular 5–6 The "block" buttons only blocks the coach, and the coach who presses it only turns around by pressing the main button. If only the blocked coach turns around, it is considered that no coaches turned for the contestant; this was removed in season 6. The number of "blocks" raised from one to two per coach.
Senior 1–
Kids 1– In season 2, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.
Generations 1– Coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again
Lithuania Regular 7– Starting in season 9, each coach was given two "blocks" in the entire season.
Generations 1– Starting in season 2, each coach was given two "blocks" in the entire season.
Mexico Regular 7, 9– In season 8, after the show was acquired by TV Azteca, the "block" buttons were not used. They returned in season 9, and each coach had two "blocks" to use. In season 11, the "blocks" available per coach increased to four.
Mongolia Regular 3– Each coach is given two "blocks" to use. Coaches turn their chair first, and then press the block button.
Nepal Regular 5– [28]
Netherlands Regular 12 Coaches can block another one after they have turned around.
Nigeria Regular 4–
Peru Regular 4–6 Three "blocks" per coach. Starting in season 6, two "blocks" are permitted in a single audition. [29]
Senior 1–2 Three "blocks" per coach and two "blocks" are permitted in a single audition. In season 2, coaches may block another one after they have turned around.
Kids 4–5
Generations 1
Philippines Teens 2– The number of "blocks" is two for each coach. [30]
Kids 5–
Poland Regular 11– Two "blocks" for each coach, and two coaches can be blocked in one audition. In season 12, the "block" buttons can be used even after a contestant's performance, but that was removed in the following season. From the fourteenth season coaches can use their block buttons only after a contestant's performance. In season 14, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.
Portugal Regular 6– In season 8, blocking a coach could happen when they have already turned around; also, blocks were increased to two. Starting in season 9, two coaches can be blocked in a single audition. In season 10, the blocked coach's chair wont turn around but this only applies if the blocking coach pressed the "block" button first before the blocked coach.

In season 11, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.

[31]
Kids 2– Two blocks per coach, and coaches can block another one after they have turned around. Starting in season 4, the "block" buttons can be used even after the contestant's performance.In season 5, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again.
Generations 2– [32]
Romania Regular 8– [33]
Russia Regular 11– In 11th season each coach had three "blocks" to use. From 12th season each coach has four "blocks" to use and amount of blocked coaches has increased: from 1 to 2 in single blind audition.
South Korea Regular 3
Spain Regular 6– The number of "blocks" per coach is three and when the blocked coach presses their button to turn, the chair does not turn around. In season 9, two coaches can be blocked in a single audition.

In season 10, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. This season consists of 2 blocks and superblocks per coach.

[34]
Kids 5– The number of "blocks" per coach was two and when the blocked coach presses their button to turn, the chair does not turn around. In season 7, the "blocks" given to coach raised to three and two coaches can be blocked in single audition.

In season 9, a coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. This season consists of 3 blocks and 2 superblocks per coach.

[35]
Senior 2–3 When the blocked coach presses their button to turn, the chair does not turn around.
All Stars 1 A coach can block another one after the performance, and the blocked coach's chair will turn to the audience again. Each coach is granted one superblock.
Thailand Regular 7–8 The number of "blocks" started to be two per coach, but got increased to three in season 8. [36]
Kids 7
All Stars 1
Turkey Regular 9– Coaches can use the "block" buttons indefinitely; two coaches can be blocked in a single audition; "block" buttons can be used after the contestant's performance. [37]
RAP 1–
Ukraine Regular 9–10 In season 11, the "block" buttons were removed. [38]
United Kingdom Regular 10–11 In season 12, the "block" buttons were removed. [39]
United States Regular (English) 14–
Regular (Spanish) 1–2 In season 2, the number of "blocks" was increased to two. [40]
Vietnam Regular 5– Starting on season 6, a coach can turn their chair first, and then press the block button to block another coach. [41]
Kids 6– In season 7, the number of blocks was raised to two per coach, and the blocked coach's chair does not turn around. However, the contestants are able to unblock the blocked coach and choose their team. In season 8, the number of "blocks" per coach was reduced from two to one.
Uruguay Regular 3– In season 3, the number of blocks was raised to two per coach, and the blocked coach's chair does not turn around. However, the contestants are able to unblock the blocked coach and choose their team.

"Mute" button[edit]

The sixth season of the Vietnamese kids' version, Giọng hát Việt nhí, had a new feature called "Mute button". As its name implies, the muted coach is not allowed to speak, but can still do any kind of body language to convince the contestant to join their team. The "mute" only adds excitement to the program, as contestants can still pick the muted coach. Each coach has one "mute" per audition.[42] It was shortly removed, in the seventh season, and then returned in the next season. The eleventh season of Vocea României also applied the mute buttons, but the coaches have to use it after the coaches have turned around.

"Wild Card" round and "The Comeback Stage"[edit]

The "Wild Card" round was introduced in the first two seasons of The Voice of Holland, wherein the failed contestants from the blind auditions were screened and would perform via radio program Radio 538. Some coaches would select if they want that contestant on their team to compete in the battles, but it was abandoned in later seasons.

In the 15th season of the English-American version, a similar concept was introduced, called "The Comeback Stage". On it, a fifth coach would mentor contestants that failed to make it into a team in the blind auditions, and they would compete against each other in a digital series, broadcast on YouTube. The winner, chosen by the public, secured a spot in the live shows.[43] This round was acquired in other countries such as Germany, Indonesia, Spain,[44] Finland, (Dutch) Belgium, Argentina, Brazil, Netherlands, France, Ukraine, Chile, Canada, Sri Lanka, and in the Spanish-American version.

Switch artists[edit]

The sixth season of Giọng hát Việt introduced the "Switch". Coaches with a full team could press the "switch" button to swap one contestant with another contestant that expressed interest in the coach. Each coach only has one "switch" during the course of the blind auditions.

With this feature, the "Special coach" was also introduced this season. One of the four coaches has their chair turned towards the stage during all performances, allowing them to know how the contestants look like. This coach has the ability to choose unlimited contestants, unlike other coaches, and their selection button is still valid even when the contestant has finished their performance. However, the "special coach" can only select contestants that were not chosen by the other three coaches.

No limit of team members[edit]

In season ten of Australian The Voice, the coaches did not have a limit on the number of contestants they could turn for during the blind auditions.[45][46] However, in order to balance out numbers, a following round was introduced (straight after the blind auditions), called "The Cut". Coaches hold a private callback session with their team to make them battle for five spots in the knockouts round.[47] This rule was also adapted in Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Romania, Finland, Lithuania and Belgium.

"Battle pass"[edit]

The eleventh season of Australian The Voice introduced the "Battle pass". In this twist, coaches have a silver button who they can press to send the contestant automatically to the battles round (later removed in the twelfth season). Each coach could only press the button once during the auditions. This addition was also acquired in the fourth season of The Voice Nigeria.

"Superpass"[edit]

In the second season of The Voice Kids Italy, a new button called "Superpass" was introduced. Once a coach presses the button, it automatically blocks the other coaches, and then the talent is defaulted to the coach's team, straight to the finale.[48] This format is applied in the fifth season of The Voice Kids Portugal wherein after a Coach pressed this special button feature, the Talent will move straight ahead to the live shows.

"Second Chance" buttons[edit]

In the 4th season of the Italian version of The Voice Senior, a new button called "Second Chance Button" was introduced. When a contestant fails to make to a team, one of the coaches can hit this button in order to allow this contestant to audition again in a following episode.[49]

Battles twists[edit]

The seventh season of The Voice of Holland created the non-stop "steal", which means that coaches may replace their stolen contestant as many times as they want until the end of the battles. This feature was adapted in Poland, Romania,[50] Dutch-Belgium, Portugal, Ukraine, France, Armenia, the Arab World, Norway, Israel, Vietnam, Germany, the Dominican Republic, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan and France.

The fourth season of Spanish La Voz Kids[51] introduced the "supercoach". Instead of the regular coaches choosing whom of their team artists advance in the competition, this rule belonged to the "supercoach".

The fifth season of Giọng hát Việt featured the "no-elimination" twist. When a coach wants to advance both artists to the next round, they can ask and get consent from both contestants to become a duo throughout the rest of the competition. If a coach does not get consent, they must choose only one to advance to the knockouts, as the original format.[52]

The 23rd season of the American series introduced the "playoff pass", which allows each coach to advance further both artists of a battle: one advances to the knockouts, and the recipient of the "pass" will bypass the knockouts and go directly to the playoffs.[53]

The eleventh season of The Voice Portugal features live battles, the first in the franchise worldwide.

Knockouts twists[edit]

The third season of The Voice South Africa introduced a new way to conduct the knockouts round: after each contestant's solo performance, the respective coach will have to decide whether they are in the "Safe Zone" – which means qualified for the next round – or the "Danger Zone" – at risk of elimination. Each coach can only send three contestants to the "safe zone", and also have two steals to use across the round. After all members from one team have concluded their performances, the coach will save a number of artists from the "danger zone" to move on to the battles. Contestants who are sent to the "danger zone" and not chosen by their coach are eliminated. However, the audience can also save one artist in the "danger zone" by televoting.[54] This rule was then applied in the eighth season of The Voice: la plus belle voix, where public's vote is not included, and in the third season of The Voice Nigeria.

Super Save[edit]

In the 24th season of the American series introduced the "super save", which allows each coach to save an eliminated artist from their or another coach's team and have them advance in their team.[55]

Teamfights[edit]

In the 13th season of The Voice of Germany the third phase was called Teamfights. Every coach had nine talents from the battles and in every episode, three of each team are singing for four Hot-Seats. The coaches choose one talent in each round und afterwards they decide against with singer they want to fight for a Hot-Seat. The four talents who are sitting on the seats after the last contestant advanced to the semi final. So it is possible that one coach get the whole team in the next pharse or lose all the team members. The winner of each fight was chosen by the studio visitors.

Live shows twists[edit]

The cross-battles were introduced in the semi-final of the fourth season of The Voice of Holland.[56] In this round, two contestants from two different teams compete against each other and the public determines who advances. This was also introduced in Brasil, Greece, United States' English and Spanish versions, France, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belgium Vlaanderen, Canada and Belgium.

All-star format[edit]

The eighth and ninth seasons of Australian The Voice introduced a new twist, called all-star. Former contestants from past seasons were able to compete just like new talents. Diana Rouvas and Chris Sebastian from the first season of the show were hailed as champions of seasons eight and nine, respectively. This status was adapted in Germany, Portugal and Brazil.

On the other hand, an "All-Stars" edition that is only for previous candidates was announced by the ITV Studios' President Maarten Meijs, in September 2020. TF1 was the first broadcaster to air this version.[57][58] The format was then applied in Finland,[59] Thailand, and Indonesia.

Non-televised shows[edit]

There were non-televised shows as not seen in the various format of the franchise such as The Voice of the Ocean (US) with Princess Cruises,[60][61] The Voice of the Ocean (Germany) with AIDA Cruises,[62] The Voice of the Sea (Italian) with Costa Cruises,[63] The Voice Univa and The Voice Teens Univa (Spanish) with Grupo Telecentro in México.[64]

The Voice around the world[edit]

A combined 645 singers have won The Voice, The Voice Kids, The Voice Teens, The Voice Senior, The Voice All-Stars, The Voice Rap, The Voice Generations, and The Voice Native Songs in 65 countries/regions. Each winner is given a recording contract, a monetary prize, and a title as that nation's "Voice". The first winner was Ben Saunders from The Voice of Holland. The most recent was Aslam Roshan from The Voice Kids Sri Lanka.

Location of The Voice versions:
  With own version of The Voice
  With own versions of The Voice and The Voice Teens
  With own versions of The Voice and The Voice Kids
  With own versions of The Voice, The Voice Kids and The Voice Teens
  With own versions of The Voice, The Voice Kids and The Voice Senior
  Part of a regional or multinational version of The Voice
  Part of a regional or multinational versions of The Voice and The Voice Kids
  Part of a regional or multinational versions of The Voice, The Voice Kids and The Voice Senior
  Part of a regional or multinational versions of The Voice, The Voice Kids, The Voice Teens and The Voice Senior
Key
  Franchise with a currently airing season
  Franchise with an upcoming season
  Franchise awaiting confirmation
  Franchise with an unknown status
  Franchise that has ceased to air
  Franchise that was cancelled during production
Alphabet
The Voice versions around the world
Country/Region Local title Network Winners Coaches Hosts
Afghanistan[65] آواز افغانستان
The Voice of Afghanistan
Tolo TV
  • Season 1, 2013: Jawed Yosufi
  • Season 2, 2014: Najibullah Shirzad
  • Aryana Sayeed (1)
  • Qais Ulfat (1–2)
  • Nazir Khara (1–2)
  • Obaid Juenda (1–2)
  • Fereshta Samah (2)
  • Ahmad Popal (1)
  • Omid Nezami (2)
  • Kadija Sadat (backstage, 1–2)
Africa The Voice Africa Airtel TV
  • Season 1, 2023–24: Suspended
Africa Françafrique The Voice Afrique Francophone VoxAfrica
  • Season 1, 2016–17: Pamela Baketana
  • Season 2, 2017–18: Victoire Biaku
  • Season 3, 2020–21: Lady Shine
  • Season 4, 2024: Current special season
  • Current
  • Yves Zogbo Jr. (4–)
  • Former
  • Claudy Siar (1–3)
The Voice Kids[66]
  • Season 1, 2022: Myriam Obama
  • Willy Dumbo
Albania
Kosovo
The Voice of Albania1 Top Channel
Website
  • Ledion Liço (1–6)
  • Marina Vjollca (backstage, 1)
  • Kiara Tito (backstage, 5)
  • Mishel Rrena (backstage, 5)
  • Fjoralba Ponari (backstage, 6)
The Voice Kids
Angola
Mozambique[67]
The Voice Angola5 Dstv
  • Season 1, 2015–16: Mariedne Feliciano
  • Dinamene Cruz
  • Weza Solange (backstage)
Arab World The Voice – أحلى صوت
The Voice – Best Voice
MBC1
LBCI
Website
  • Arwa Goudeh (1–2)
  • Mohammad Kareem (1–2)
  • Aimée Sayah (3)
  • Nardine Farag (4–5)
  • Nadine Njeim (backstage, 1–2)
  • Moamen Nour (backstage, 3)
  • Badr Al Zaidan (backstage, 4)
  • Yaser Al Sakkaf (backstage, 5)
The Voice Kids – أحلى صوت[68][69]
The Voice Kids – Best Voice
  • Season 1, 2016: Lynn Hayek
  • Season 2, 2017–18: Hamza Labyad
  • Season 3, 2020: Mohamad Islam Rmeih
  • Aimée Sayah (1)
  • Moamen Nour (1)
  • Nardine Farag (2–3)
  • Badr Al Zaidan (2–3)
The Voice Senior – أحلى صوت[70]
The Voice Senior – Best Voice
  • Season 1, 2020: Abdou Yaghi
Argentina La Voz Argentina[71][72]
The Voice Argentina18
Telefe
Website
Armenia[73] Հայաստանի ձայնը
The Voice of Armenia
Armenia TV
  • Season 1, 2012–13: Meri "Masha" Mnjoyan
  • Season 2, 2013: Ana Khanchalyan
  • Season 3, 2014: Raisa Avanessian
  • Season 4, 2017: Hayk Ghulyan
Australia The Voice[74][75] Current
Seven Network (10–)
Former
Nine Network (1–9)
The Voice Kids[76] Nine Network
The Voice: Generations30[77]
Original
Seven Network
  • Season 1, 2022: Caitlin & Tim Rizzoli
Azerbaijan[78] Səs Azərbaycan
The Voice of Azerbaijan
Current
itv (2–)24
Former
AzTV (1)
  • Season 1, 2015–16: Emiliya Yaqubova
  • Season 2, 2021–22: Nadir Rustamli
Səs Uşaqlar
The Voice Kids Azerbaijan
itv24
  • Season 1, 2020–21: Amina Hajiyeva
  • Leyla Quliyeva
Səs Azərbaycan. Doğma Nəğmələr
The Voice of Azerbaijan. Native Songs
Original
  • Season 1, 2023: Zulfu Asadzade
Belgium
Flanders
Wallonia
The Voice van Vlaanderen (Dutch)
The Voice of Flanders
vtm
Website
The Voice Kids (Dutch)
  • Season 1, 2014: Mentissa Aziza
  • Season 2, 2015–16: Jens Dolleslagers
  • Season 3, 2017: Katarina Pohlodkova
  • Season 4, 2018: Jade De Rijcke
  • Season 5, 2020: Gala Aliaj
  • Season 6, 2022: Karista Khan
  • Season 7, 2023: Sikudhani Mbugua
The Voice Senior[79][80](Dutch)
  • Season 1, 2018: John Leo
  • Season 2, 2020: Roland Van Beeck
The Voice Belgique[81][82](French)
The Voice Belgium
La Une
VivaCité
Website
  • Current
  • Maureen Louys
  • Former
  • Adrien Devyver (backstage, 1–3)
  • Walid (backstage, 4–6)
  • Cécile Djunga (backstage, 7)
  • Fanny Jandrain (Blind auditions and Knockouts: 10)[83]
The Voice Kids Belgique[84][85](French)
The Voice Kids Belgium
  • Current
  • Maureen Louys
  • Luana Fontana (backstage, 2–)
  • Former
  • Prezzy (backstage, 1)
Brazil The Voice Brasil[86] Rede Globo
Website
The Voice Kids[87]
The Voice +
Bulgaria Гласът на България[88]
The Voice of Bulgaria
bTV
Website
  • Current
  • Ivan Tishev (8–)
  • Former
  • Marten Roberto (Live shows, 1; main, 2–3)
  • Victoria Terziyska (main, 1; Live shows, 3)
  • Yana Marinova (Live shows, 2)
  • Pavell (4–7)
  • Venci Venc' (4–7)
  • Emanuela Ivanova (online backstage, 1–3)
  • Gencho «NJOY» Genchev (TV backstage, 1)
  • Todor Georgiev-Toshey (online backstage, 4–5)
  • Elina Markova (online backstage, 6)
  • Aleksandra Petkanova (online backstage, 7–8)
  • Preyah (online backstage, 9)
Cambodia The Voice Cambodia Hang Meas HDTV
  • Current
  • Chan Keonimol
  • Rasy Sok (3–)
  • Former
  • Chea Vibol (1–2)
The Voice Kids Cambodia
  • Season 1, 2017: Pich Thai
  • Season 2, 2018: Tep Piseth
  • Season 3, 2022: Sarum Panhasak
  • Chea Vibol
  • Kong Socheat
Canada
Quebec
La Voix3[89][90][91][92][93][94][95][96](French)
The Voice
TVA
La Voix Junior (French)
The Voice Junior
  • Season 1, 2016: Charles Kardos
  • Season 2, 2017: Sydney Lallier
Chile The Voice Chile Current
Chilevisión (3–)
Former
Canal 13
(1–2)
China (Mandarin) The Voice of China中国好声音
The Voice of China – Best Voice of China
Zhejiang TV
Colombia La Voz Colombia
The Voice Colombia
Caracol Televisión
  • Linda Palma (1–2)
  • Alejandro Palacio (1–2)
  • Carlos Ponce (1)
  • Diego Saenz (backstage, 1–2)
La Voz Kids[97][98][99]
The Voice Kids
  • Current
  • Iván Lalinde (6–)
  • Laura Tobón (3–5, 7–)
  • Former
  • Linda Palma (1–2)
  • Alejandro Palacio (1–4)
  • Laura Acuña (5–6)
La Voz Teens[100]
The Voice Teens
Original
  • Season 1, 2016: Carol Mendoza
La Voz Senior[101][102]
The Voice Senior
Croatia Current
The Voice Hrvatska[103](3–)
The Voice of Croatia
Former
The Voice – Najljepši glas Hrvatske (1–2)
The Voice – The Most Beautiful Voice of Croatia
HRT 1
Website
  • Iva Šulentić
  • Ivan Vukušić
The Voice Kids[104]
  • Season 1, 2024: New series
  • TBA
  • TBA
Czech Republic & Slovakia Hlas Česko Slovenska (1–2)
The Voice of Czecho Slovakia
The Voice Česko Slovensko[105][106][107](3)
TV Nova
Website
Markíza
Website
Denmark
Faroe Islands
Greenland
Voice – Danmarks største stemme
Voice – The Biggest Voice of Denmark16
TV 2
  • Season 1, 2011–12: Kim Wagner
  • Season 2, 2012: Emilie Paevatalu
  • Morten Resen (1)
  • Felix Smith (2)
  • Sigurd Kongshøj Larsen (backstage, 1)
Voice Junior[108] TV 2 (1–5)
Kanal 5 (6)
Website
  • Season 1, Spring 2014: Melina Neustrup Nielsen
  • Season 2, Fall 2014: Aland Mustafa
  • Season 3, 2015: Isabel Brogaard
  • Season 4, 2016: Oliver Arndt
  • Season 5, 2017: Dafne Stilund Nielsen
  • Season 6, 2019: Camille Haven Beck
  • Mikkel Kryger (1–5)
  • Emilie Paevatalu (1–2)
  • Amelia Høy (3–4)
  • Stephania Potalivo (5)
  • Ihan Hayder (6)
  • Jacob Riising (6)
Dominican Republic The Voice Dominicana[109] Telesistema 11
  • Season 1, 2021: Yohan Amparo
  • Season 2, 2022: Adriana Green-Ortiz
  • Season 3, TBA: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • TBA (3–)
  • Former
  • Luz García (1–2)
  • Jhoel López (1–2)
Ecuador La Voz Ecuador
The Voice Ecuador
Teleamazonas
Website
  • Season 1, 2015: Gustavo Vicuña
  • Season 2, 2016: Antonio Guerrero
  • Carlos Luís Andrade (1–2)
  • Constanza Baez (1)
  • Andrea Hurtado (2)
Finland The Voice of Finland[110] Nelonen
The Voice Kids
  • Season 1, 2013: Molly Rosenström
  • Season 2, 2014: Aino Morko
The Voice All Stars[111][112]29
  • Season 1, 2021: Andrea Brosio
The Voice Senior[113]
  • Season 1, 2022: Jaska Mäkynen
The Voice Generations
  • Season 1, TBA: New series
  • TBA
  • TBA
France The Voice – La plus belle voix12[114]
The Voice – The Most Beautiful Voice
TF1
Website
The Voice Kids[115]
The Voice : All-Stars[117]29
Original
Georgia Current
The Voice საქართველო[118](3–)
The Voice Georgia
Former
ახალი ქართული ხმა (1–2)
New Georgian Voice
Current
1tv (4–)
Former
Imedi TV (1–3)
  • Current
  • Gvantsa Daraselia (5–)
  • Former
  • Duta Skhirtladze (1–3)
  • Anna Imedashvili (1–3)
  • Ruska Makashvili (4)
ახალი საბავშო ხმა
New Kids Voice
Imedi TV
  • Season 1, 2013: Reziko Didebashvili
  • Samory Balde (1)
  • Ruska Makashvili (1)
Germany The Voice of Germany[119][120] ProSieben
Sat.1
Website
The Voice Kids[121] Sat.1
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Michèle Bircher
  • Season 2, 2014: Danyiom Mesmer
  • Season 3, 2015: Noah-Levi Korth
  • Season 4, 2016: Lukas Janisch
  • Season 5, 2017: Sofie Thomas
  • Season 6, 2018: Anisa Celik
  • Season 7, 2019: Mimi & Josy
  • Season 8, 2020: Lisa-Marie Ramm
  • Season 9, 2021: Egon Werler
  • Season 10, 2022: Georgia Balke
  • Season 11, 2023: Emma Filipović
  • Season 12, 2024: Current season
  • Season 13, 2025: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • Thore Schölermann
  • Melissa Khalaj (7–)
  • Chiara Castelli (backstage-online, 11–)
  • Former
  • Chantal Janzen (3–4)
  • Debbie Schippers (5–6)
  • Aline von Drateln (backstage, 1)
  • Nela Lee (backstage, 2)
  • Marc van Velzen (backstage-online, 1–3)
  • Noah-Levi Korth (backstage-online, 4)
  • Jonas Ems (backstage-online, 5)
  • Iggi Kelly (backstage-online, 7)
  • Mimi & Josy (backstage-online, 8)
  • Keanu Rapp (backstage-online, 9–10)
  • Egon Werler (backstage-online, 10)
The Voice Senior[122][123]
The Voice Rap32[124] ProSieben
Joyn
  • Season 1, 2023: Leon "Ezo" Weick
  • Season 2, 2024: Upcoming season
Greece
Cyprus
The Voice of Greece4 Current
Skai TV (3–)
Sigma TV (3–)
Former
ANT1 (1–2)
  • Current
  • TBA (10–)
  • TBA (backstage, 10–)
  • Former
  • Giorgos Liagkas (1–2)
  • Giorgos Kapoutzidis (3–5)
  • Doukissa Nomikou (7)
  • Themis Georgantas (backstage, 1–2)
  • Elena Tsagrinou (backstage, 3)
  • Christina Bompa (backstage, 6)
  • Laura Narjes (backstage, 4–5, 7)
  • Giorgos Lianos (6–9)
  • Fay Skorda (9)
  • Valia Hatzitheodwrou (backstage, 8–9)
The Voice Kids ANT1
  • 2014–15: Cancelled[125]
Hungary Current
The Voice Magyarország (2)
The Voice of Hungary
Former
The Voice – Magyarország hangja (1)
The Voice – Voice of Hungary
Current
RTL (2)
Former
TV2 (1)
  • Current
  • Bence Istenes (2)
  • Former
  • Tamás Szabó Kimmel (1)
  • Miklós Bányai (backstage, 1)
Iceland The Voice Ísland
The Voice Iceland
Sjónvarp Símans
  • Season 1, 2015: Hjörtur Traustason
  • Season 2, 2016–17: Karitas Harpa Davíðsdóttir
India The Voice India[126][127]21 &TV (1–2)
StarPlus (3–)
The Voice India Kids &TV
Website
  • Season 1, 2016: Nishtha Sharma
  • Season 2, 2017–18: Manashi Saharia
Indonesia The Voice Indonesia[128][129]23 Indosiar (1)
RCTI (2)
GTV (3–4)[130]
Website
The Voice Kids Indonesia GTV
Website
The Voice All Stars
  • Season 1, 2022: Jogi Simanjuntak
  • Robby Purba
Iran The Voice Persia[131] MBC Persia
  • Season 1, 2023: Amin Yahyazadeh
  • Hamed Nikpay
Ireland The Voice of Ireland RTÉ One
Israel The Voice ישראל[132][133]
The Voice Israel
Channel 13
Reshet
Website
Italy[134] The Voice of Italy11[135][136] Rai 2
Rai HD
Website
The Voice Senior[137] Rai 1
The Voice Kids
The Voice Generations
Japan The Voice Japan[138] TV Tokyo
Website
  • Season 1, 2023: Yurina Koyanagi
  • Jay Kabira
Kazakhstan Current
Qazaqstan дауысы
(5–)
The Voice of Kazakhstan
Former
Қазақстан Дауысы (1–3)
Голос Казахстана14 (4)
The Voice Kazakhstan
Current
Qazaqstan TV (1–3, 5–)
Former
Perviy Kanal Evraziya (4)
  • Season 1, 2013–14: Shaharizat Seidakhmet
  • Season 2, 2014–15: Bauyrzhan Retbaev
  • Season 3, 2015: Murat Xayrolda
  • Season 4, 2016–17: Dinmuhammed Dauletov
  • Season 5, 2021: Quralay Meyrambek
  • Season 6, 2023: Musa Marat
  • Current
  • Marzhan Arapbayeva (5–)
  • Zhanar Dugalova (6–)
  • Rakhym Kuandyk (6–)
  • Tolegen Mukhamejanov (6–)
  • Former
  • Medeu Arynbaev (1–2)
  • Nurlan Alban (1–3)
  • Almas Kishkenbayev (1–3)
  • Madina Saduakasova (1–3)
  • Rustem Nurzhigit (3)
  • Ali Okapov (4)
  • Eva Becher (4)
  • Nurlan Abdullin (4)
  • Zhanna Orynbasarova (4)
  • Saken Maigaziyev (5)
  • Alem (5)
  • Mayra Muhammad (5)
  • Current
  • Jubanish Jeksen (6–)
  • Irina Ten (6–)
  • Former
  • Azamat Satybaldy (1–3)
  • Chingiz Kapin (4)
  • Galym Kenshilik (5; finale, 6)
  • Taukel Musilim (5)
Current
Qazaqstan дауысы. Балалар
(2–)
The Voice of Kazakhstan. Kids
Former
Голос Дети Казахстана14 (1)
The Voice Kids Kazakhstan
Current
Qazaqstan TV (2–)
Former
Perviy Kanal Evraziya (1)
  • Season 1, 2017: Daniil Yun
  • Season 2, 2022: Ersultan Omar
  • Season 3, 2023: Nurshat Kusanova
  • Current
  • Jubanish Jeksen (2–)
  • Alem (3–)
  • Tolkyn Zabirova (3–)
  • Marhaba Sabi (3–)7
  • Former
  • Ali Okapov (1)
  • Eva Becher (1)
  • Zhanna Orynbasarova (1)
  • Marzhan Arapbayeva (2)
  • Dastan Orazbekov (2)
  • Zhanar Dugalova (2)
  • Current
  • Galym Kenshilik (2–)
  • Zhuldyz Omirgali (backstage, 3–)
  • Former
  • Chingiz Kapin (1)
  • Gulnur Orazymbetova (backstage, 2)
Lithuania Lietuvos Balsas[139]
The Voice of Lithuania
LNK
  • Season 1, 2012: Julija Jegorova
  • Season 2, 2013–14: Paulius Bagdanavičius
  • Season 3, 2014–15: Justina Budaitė
  • Season 4, 2015–16: Kotryna Juodzevičiūtė
  • Season 5, 2017–18: Monika Marija Paulauskaitė
  • Season 6, 2018: Gerda Šukytė
  • Season 7, 2020: Evita Cololo
  • Season 8, 2021: Meidė Šlamaitė
  • Season 9, 2023: Anyanya Udongwo
  • Season 10, 2025: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • Rolandas Mackevičius (4–)
  • KaYra (backstage, 8–)
  • Former
  • Vytautas Rumšas Jr. (1)
  • Inga Jankauskaitė (2–3)
  • Rolandas Vilkončius (2–3)
  • Jonas Nainys (4)
  • Žygimantas Barysas (backstage, 1)
  • Santa Audickaitė (backstage, 2–3)
  • Šarūnas Kirdeikis (backstage, 2–3)
  • Agnė Juškėnaitė (backstage, 4–5)
  • Ignas Lelys (backstage, 6)
  • Karolina Meschino (backstage, 7)
Lietuvos balsas. Vaikai[140]
The Voice of Lithuania. Kids
  • Season 1, 2019: Milėja Stankevičiūtė
  • Season 2, 2020: Matas Saukantas
  • Season 3, 2021: Džiugas Joneikis
  • Rolandas Mackevičius (1–3)
  • Karolina Meschino (backstage, 2–3)
Lietuvos balsas. Senjorai[141][142]
The Voice of Lithuania. Senior
  • Season 1, 2019: Gedeminas Jepšas
  • Rolandas Mackevičius
  • Karolina Meschino
Lietuvos Balsas. Kartos[143]
The Voice of Lithuania. Generations
  • Season 1, 2022: Hey! Mix
  • Season 2, 2024: Current season
  • Rolandas Mackevičius
  • Ieva Mackevičienė (backstage)
Malaysia
Singapore
The Voice – 决战好声[144][145]
The Voice – Battle for the Best Voice
StarHub TV E City
Astro AEC
  • Sky Wu (1)
  • Ding Dang (1)
  • Gary Chaw (1)
  • Hanjin Tan (1)
  • Siow Hui Mei (1)
  • Wong Woon Hong (1)
Malta The Voice Kids25 TVM
  • Season 1, 2022–23: Dawn Desira
  • Sarah Bajada
The Voice Senior
  • Season 1, 2024: New series
  • TBA
  • TBA
Mexico La Voz... México (1–7)[146]
The Voice... Mexico
La Voz (8–)[147]
The Voice
Las Estrellas (1–7)
Website
Azteca Uno (8–)
Website
La Voz Kids[148][149]
The Voice Kids
Las Estrellas (1–2)
Azteca Uno (3–4)
Website
La Voz Senior[150]
The Voice Senior
Azteca Uno[151]
Website
Mongolia The Voice of Mongolia[152] Mongol TV
Website
  • Ankhbayar Ganbold
  • Uuganbayar Enkhbat
The Voice Kids
  • Season 1, 2024: Current season
  • Uka
  • Naagii
  • ThunderZ
  • Uuganbayar Enkhbat
  • Sansarmaa Battur
Myanmar The Voice Myanmar MRTV-4
  • Tayzar Kyaw
Nepal The Voice of Nepal Current
Himalaya Television (2–)
Former
Kantipur (1)
Kantipur HD (1)
Website
  • Current
  • Sushil Nepal
  • Former
  • Oshin Sitaula (1–4)
The Voice Kids Himalaya Television
  • Season 1, 2021–22: Jenish Upreti
  • Season 2, 2023: Spandan Subba
  • Season 3, 2024: Upcoming season
  • Sushil Nepal
Netherlands (Original) The Voice of Holland[153]
Original
RTL 4
Website
The Voice Kids7[155]
Original
  • Season 1, 2012: Fabiënne Bergmans
  • Season 2, 2012–13: Laura van Kaam
  • Season 3, 2013–14: Ayoub Maach
  • Season 4, 2015: Lucas van Roekel
  • Season 5, 2016: Ésmée Schreurs
  • Season 6, 2017: Iris Verhoek
  • Season 7, 2018: Yosina Roemajauw
  • Season 8, 2019: Silver Metz
  • Season 9, 2020: Dax Hovius
  • Season 10, 2021: Emma Kok
  • Season 11, 2022: Cancelled[154]
The Voice Senior[156]
Original
Nigeria The Voice Nigeria[157] Africa Magic
The Voice Kids
  • Season 1, TBA: New series
  • TBA
  • TBA
Norway The Voice – Norges beste stemme
The Voice – Norway's Best Voice
TV2
Website
  • Season 1, 2012: Martin Halla
  • Season 2, 2013: Knut Marius
  • Season 3, 2015: Yvonne Nordvik Sivertsen
  • Season 4, 2017: Thomas Løseth
  • Season 5, 2019: Maria Engås Halsne
  • Season 6, 2021: Erlend Gunstveit
  • Season 7, 2022: Jørgen Dahl Moe
  • Season 8, 2023: Kira Dalan-Eriksen
  • Season 9, 2024: Current season
  • Season 10, 2025: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • Siri Avlesen (7–)
  • Maria Bodøgaard (backstage)
  • Former
  • Øyvind Mund (1–6)
Peru La Voz Peru[158][159][160][161]
The Voice Peru
Latina Televisión
Website
La Voz Kids
The Voice Kids
La Voz Senior
The Voice Senior
La Voz Generaciones[162]
The Voice Generations
  • Season 1, 2022–23: Los Dávila
Philippines The Voice of the Philippines[163][164] Current
GMA Network (3–)
Former
ABS-CBN (1–2)
The Voice Kids[165] Current
GMA Network (6–)
Former
ABS-CBN (1–4)
Kapamilya Channel (5)
A2Z (5)
TV5 (5)
The Voice Teens Current
Kapamilya Channel (2–)
Former
ABS-CBN (1–2)
The Voice Generations[168] GMA Network
  • Season 1, 2023: VOCALMYX
Poland The Voice of Poland[169] TVP2
Website
The Voice Kids



The Voice Senior[170]
  • Season 1, 2019: Jola, Krystyna, & Ela Szydłowskie
  • Season 2, 2021: Barbara Parzeczewska
  • Season 3, 2022: Krzysztof Prusik
  • Season 4, 2023: Zbigniew Zaranek
  • Season 5, 2024: Regina Bavcevic
  • Season 6, 2025: Upcoming season





Portugal Current
The Voice Portugal (2–)
Former
A Voz de Portugal (1)
The Voice of Portugal
RTP1
The Voice Kids
The Voice Gerações
The Voice Generations
  • Season 1, 2022: Rodrigo d'Orey & Teresa de Castro
  • Season 2, 2023: Todagente
  • Season 3, 2024: Upcoming season
Romania
Moldova
Vocea României[171]10
The Voice of Romania
Pro TV
Pro TV Chișinău
Website
  • Current
  • Pavel Bartoș
  • Former
  • Roxana Ionescu (1)
  • Nicoleta Luciu (2–3)
  • Vlad Roșca (backstage, 1–3)
  • Oana Tache (backstage, 4–5)
  • Lili Sandu (backstage, 6–7)
  • Laura Giurcanu (backstage, 8)
  • Irina Fodor (backstage, 8–9)
  • Iulia Pârlea (backstage, 10)
  • Alina Ceușan (backstage, 11)
Vocea României Junior
The Voice of Romania Junior
Russia Голос14
The Voice
Channel One
Website
Голос. Дети14
The Voice Kids
Голос. 60+[172][173]
The Voice 60+
Голос. Уже не дети
The Voice No longer kids
Original
South Africa[157] The Voice South Africa[174][175][176] M-Net9
Website
  • Season 1, 2016: Richard Stirton
  • Season 2, 2017: Craig Lucas
  • Season 3, 2019: Tasché Burger
  • Lungile Radu (1–2)
  • Anele Mdoda (3)
  • Stacey Norman (backstage, 1–2)
South Korea The Voice of Korea[177] Mnet9
Website
The Voice Kids
  • Season 1, 2013: Kim Myung-ju
Spain
Andorra
La Voz13[178][179][180][181]
The Voice
Current
Antena 3[182][183] (6–)
Former
Telecinco (1–5)
Website
La Voz Kids
The Voice Kids
Current
Antena 3[182] (5–)
Former
Telecinco (1–4)
Website
La Voz Senior[184][185]
The Voice Senior
Antena 3[182]
La Voz All Stars[186]
The Voice All Stars
Sri Lanka The Voice Teens[187]25 Sirasa TV
  • Season 1, 2020: Hashen Dulanjana[188]
  • Season 2, 2022: Pranirsha Thiyagaraja
The Voice Sri Lanka31
  • Season 1, 2020–21: Harith Wijeratne
  • Season 2, 2022–23: Rameesh Sashinka
  • Current
  • Sumiran Dhananjaya Gunasekara
  • Former
  • Dinithi Walgamage (Blind auditions, 1)
  • Kingsley Rathnayake (Battles, 1)
The Voice Kids
  • Season 1, 2023–24: Aslam Roshan
  • Nathasha Perera
Sweden The Voice Sverige
The Voice Sweden
TV4
  • Season 1, 2012: Ulf Nilsson
Switzerland
Liechtenstein
The Voice of Switzerland[189] SRF 1 (1–2)
3+ (3)
Website
Thailand The Voice เสียงจริงตัวจริง[190]
The Voice Thailand
Current
One 31 (9–)
Former
Channel 3 (1–6)
3 HD (1–6)
True4U (1–6)
PPTV36 (7–8)
Website
  • Current
  • Songsit Roongnophakunsri
  • Former
  • Rinlanee Sripen (backstage, 2–6)
The Voice Kids[191] Channel 3 (1–5)
3 HD (1–5)
True4U (1–5)
PPTV36 (6–7)
Website
  • Songsit Roongnophakunsri
  • Rinlanee Sripen (1–5)
  • Sawitree Sutthichanon (6–7)
The Voice Senior[192][193] PPTV36
Website
  • Season 1, 2019: Sanae Damkham
  • Season 2, 2020: Ah Fort
  • Songsit Roongnophakunsri
The Voice All Stars One31
  • Season 1, 2022: Pure Ekkaphan Wannasut
  • Songsit Roongnophakunsri
Turkey O Ses Türkiye[194][195][196]
The Voice Turkey
Current
TV8 (4–)
Website
Former
Show TV (1)
Star TV (2–3)
  • Season 1, 2011–12: Oğuz Berkay Fidan
  • Season 2, 2012–13: Mustafa Bozkurt
  • Season 3, 2013–1427: Hasan Doğru
  • Season 4, 2014–15: Elnur Hüseynov
  • Season 5, 2015–16: Emre Sertkaya
  • Season 6, 2016–17: Dodan Özer
  • Season 7, 2017–18: Lütfiye Özipek
  • Season 8, 2018–19: Ferat Üngür
  • Season 9, 2019–20: Alkan Dalgakıran
  • Season 10, 2021–22: Hasan Koçak
O Ses Çocuklar7[197][198]
The Voice Kids
Star TV (1)
TV8 (2–3)
  • Season 1, 2014: Şahin Kendirci
  • Season 2, 2015: Bade Karakoç
  • Season 3, 2016: Derin Yeğin[199]
  • Jess Molho (1–3)
  • Sinem Yalçinkaya (backstage, 1)
  • Zeynep Dörtkardeşler (backstage, 2–3)
O Ses Türkiye Rap[200]
The Voice Turkey Rap
Original
Exxen
  • Season 1, 2021: Ekin Koşar
  • Season 2, 2023: Eray Ünal
  • Current
  • Saadet Özsırkıntı (2–)
  • Former
  • Heja (1)
Ukraine Голос країни14
The Voice of Ukraine
Current
1+1 Ukraine (13–)
Belsat (13)
Former
1+1 (1 – 12е5)
TET (12е6 – 12e12)
Website
  • Current
  • Yuriy Horbunov (5–)
  • Kateryna Osadcha (1–3, 6–)
  • Former
  • Andriy Domansʹkyy (1–3)
  • Olʹha Freymut (4–5)
  • Mykyta Dobrynin (backstage, 1)
  • Anatoliy Anatolich (backstage, 1–5)
  • Artem Gagarin (backstage, 8)
  • Roma Geniy (backstage, 10)
  • Slava Demin (backstage, 11)
  • Serhiy Lazanovskyy (backstage, 12)
Голос. Діти14[201]
The Voice Kids
1+1
  • Andriy Domansʹkyy (1)
  • Kateryna Osadcha (1–5)
  • Yuriy Horbunov (2–5)
United Kingdom The Voice UK[citation needed] Current
ITV (6–)24
Website
Former
BBC One (1–5)
Website
The Voice Kids[202][203] ITV24
Website
TBA
  • Season 1, TBA: New series
  • TBA
  • TBA
United States
and Caribbean countries
The Voice8[204][205](English) NBC
Website
La Voz Kids (Spanish)25
The Voice Kids
Telemundo
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