Hungary's Got Talent

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Hungary's Got Talent
Genre Talent show
Created by Simon Cowell
Presented by Balázs Sebestyén
István Dombóvári
Country of originHungary
Original languageHungarian
No. of series1
No. of episodes11
Running time70–100 minutes
Original network RTL Klub
Picture format HDTV: 1080i (2015)
Original release10 October (2015-10-10) 
19 December 2015 (2015-12-19)
Related shows Got Talent (franchise)
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Hungary's Got Talent is the Hungarian version of the Got Talent franchise, broadcast from 10 October 2015 on RTL Klub.

The original judging panel consisted of Márkó Lincényi, Patrícia Kovács, Eszter Horgas and Imre Csuja. The show was originally hosted by Balázs Sebestyén and István Dombóvári. There has been one winner of the show to date: Dirty Led Light Crew The talent show consists of auditions, 3 semi-finals and a final. You can sign up for the program from the age of 4 without any genre binding to any event.

During the selections, there are four red and one golden buzzer(s) on the jury's table. The jury members may press the red button during any performance if a competitor is rewarded with a red button by all four jury members, then the competition ends. The golden buzzer can only be pressed once by each jury member once a year, and once by the presenters, which 5 competitors get the golden buzzer, they automatically go to the final. The winning prize: 12 Million Huf.

Series summary

SeriesStartFinishWinnerRunner upThird placeMain judges (no order)Presenter(s)
1 10 October 201519 December 2015 Dirty Led Light Crew

electronic light act

Tamás Badár


Nikolett Molnár

pole dancer

Márkó LinczényiPatrícia KovácsEszter HorgasImre CsujaBalázs Sebestyén
István Dombóvári


EpisodeAir dateOfficial rating
Auditions 110 October1.38
Auditions 217 October1.53
Auditions 324 October1.66
Auditions 431 October1.62
Auditions 57 November1.63
Auditions 614 November1.61
Auditions 721 November1.63
Semi-final 128 November1.36
Semi-final 25 December1.26
Semi-final 312 December1.15
Final19 December1.30

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