The Voice (franchise)

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The Voice
The Voice NBC logo blackwhite.png
GenreReality Television, music
Created by
Opening themeThis is The Voice
Composer(s) Martijn Schimmer
Country of origin Netherlands
Production
Running time22–104 minutes
Distributor Talpa Media Holding
Endemol Shine Group
Release
Original release17 September 2010 (2010-09-17) 
present
External links
Official 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 television producer John de Mol. Many other countries have adapted the format and begun airing their own versions since 2010. It has become a rival to the Idols franchise, Rising Star and The X Factor .

<i>The Voice of Holland</i>

The Voice of Holland, also known as TVOH, is a Dutch reality television competition, created by John de Mol, airing on RTL 4. Since its first season in 2010, it has been hosted by Martijn Krabbé and Wendy van Dijk.

<i>The X Factor</i> international television franchise

The X Factor is a television music competition franchise created by British producer Simon Cowell and his company SYCOtv. It originated in the United Kingdom, where it was devised as a replacement for Pop Idol (2001–2003), and has been adapted in various countries. The "X Factor" of the title refers to the undefinable "something" that makes for star quality. The prize is usually a recording contract, in addition to the publicity that appearance in the later stages of the show itself generates, not only for the winner but also for other highly ranked contestants.

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History

John de Mol, 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 to 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. [1]

<i>Big Brother</i> (franchise) Dutch reality game show franchise

Big Brother is a Dutch reality competition television franchise created by John de Mol Jr., first broadcast in the Netherlands in 1999, and subsequently syndicated internationally. The show features contestants called "housemates" who live together in a specially-constructed house that is isolated from the outside world. Inspired by Big Brother from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the housemates are continuously monitored during their stay in the house by live television cameras as well as personal audio microphones. Throughout the course of the competition, the housemates are voted out until only one remains and wins the cash prize.

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. [2] The show proved to be an instant success in the Netherlands. [3] [4]

RTL 4

RTL 4 is a major commercial television station in the Netherlands. It is the most-watched commercial station in the country, popular especially with those aged between 20 and 49. RTL 4 is a general entertainment channel with infotainment, television drama, talk shows, game shows, news and talent shows. It is owned by RTL Nederland, a subsidiary of RTL Group. The station has three sister TV channels: RTL 5, RTL 7 and RTL 8, and four thematic TV channels: RTL Z, RTL Lounge, RTL Crime and RTL Telekids.

Angela Groothuizen Dutch singer-songwriter

Angela Groothuizen is a Dutch singer, artist and television personality.

Nick & Simon Dutch singer-songwriter duo

Nick & Simon are a Dutch singer-songwriter duo composed of Simon Keizer and Nick Schilder. They gained lots of success in their home country the Netherlands in 2006. Their album Luister (Listen) went double platinum in 4 months. In June 2011 they tried to find "the American Dream" in their own TV documentary show, Nick & Simon, The American Dreamteam.

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

<i>Star Academy</i>

Star Academy, called Operación Triunfo in Spanish-speaking countries, is a highly successful television pop music talent contest with viewer voting and reality show elements.

Original format

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

Blind auditions

Contestants are aspiring singers drawn from public auditions, which are not televised. 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 televised auditions. [1] 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.

A blind audition is a method of evaluating the job skills being tested, while the candidate performs from behind a wall or screen. The purpose is to ensure that the decision-makers do not make snap judgements and are evaluating the person solely on performance, with no consideration of appearance, name, gender, educational background, previous work experience or other implicit bias.

Battles

The contestants who successfully pass the blind auditions proceed to the battle rounds, where the coaches put two 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 the competition turns to a game of fate via a coin toss. 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

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

As in the battle rounds, coaches put numbers (usually 2/3/4, rarely 6 or 10) of their own team members to compete 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

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, one will be named "The Voice"—and will receive the grand prize of a recording contract. Universal Music Group is the general record company associated and affiliated with The Voice format in most countries.

Universal Music Group American music corporation

Universal Music Group is an American global music corporation that is a subsidiary of the French media conglomerate Vivendi. UMG's global corporate headquarters are located in Santa Monica, California. It is considered one of the "Big Three" record labels, along with Sony Music and Warner Music Group. Since 2004, the corporation is no longer related to the film studio Universal Studios.

Social media participation

One of the cornerstones of The Voice format is the social media participation via Twitter, Facebook and the especially 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. [5]

Format variations

DISCLAIMER : All variations below and its descriptions are based on the observation and research in every single YouTube channel, Wikipedia article, local news feed, and social media of each versions.

Coaches' line-up

In various franchises, a duo coach—two coaches and two chairs but only one team to represent, one table and one button to press—is placed in the coaches' panel—a difference from the usual four individual coaches line-up. It was first introduced in the first season of The Voice of Holland with Nick & Simon as the first duo coach. The same variation is also used in seen in various The Voice Kids format.

Another variation was introduced in The Voice Kids. The same format usually have three individuals in the line-up of coaches. However, a variation was introduced in the second season of the O Ses Türkiye — the Turkish version of the format — wherein the said show included four individual coaches, but then was dropped in the later seasons. However, this was adopted in the second season of the Indian-Hindustani version, the seventh season of the Dutch version, the fourth season of the Belgian Flemish version where they introduce also a first ever "TRIO" coach, (K3) that is first time in the whole franchise history in the world and in the fourth season of the French version. It will be adapted next, in the seventh season of the German version. [6]

The sixth season of Vietnamese kids version had 6 coaches divided into 3 duo coaches, which was the first in the history of The Voice Kids has more than one duo-coach seen in various The Voice Kids format. [7]

Contestants

Originally, The Voice only allowed solo artists and groups with two members, not trios/quartets. The first case of a trio entering was in the first season of The Voice van Vlaanderen . In the second episode, the Vinken Sisters participated and three coaches turned. They commented that trios were not allowed for participation and that there was a chance that the group had to drop a member[ citation needed ]. However, the trio remained in the competition without dropping members. Many versions of The Voice stuck with the original rule of only allowing solo artists and duos. The American version and some other versions[ citation needed ] currently will not allow for trios/quartets to participate. However, the limit of two people per group was ultimately lifted in The Voice of Holland . In the fifth season of the Dutch version, girl group O'G3NE was the first trio that entered and ultimately won the show. After that, a few versions[ citation needed ] started to allow groups with more than two members. Trios/quartets have been seen entering the second season (3nty Brothers (trio)), the fifth season (Arcadian (trio)), the sixth season (The Sugazz and Incantessimú (trio)), and the seventh season, (JAT (trio)), all in The Voice: la plus belle voix , then the second season of The Voice Indonesia (Mervo (quartet)), the fifth season of Glasat na Bulgaria (Trinity (trio)), the eighth season of Holos Krainy (Nude Voices (trio) and Akord (quartet)), the seventh season of Australian version (Homegrown (trio)), the eighth season of The Voice of Germany (Misses Melaza (trio)), the eighth season of The Voice UK (Remember Monday (trio)) and then the seventh season of La Voz... Mexico (BAE (quartet)) so on.

A different rule was applied in the blind auditions in the Malaysian and Singaporean version of The Voice, wherein if contestants auditioning as duo had received only one-chair turn, the coach who turned for them must decide either dropping a member or advancing both of them.

Blind Audition Twists

Starting from the fifth season of The Voice of Holland , [8] if all the coaches rejected one specific contestant, the losing contestant would leave the stage straight away, without any conversations with the coaches, and the chairs would remain unturned. The format is currently used in some versions, most notably, the U.K. version. It was used in the fifth season of the Vocea României , [9] the fourth to sixth season of The Voice Belgique and in the sixth season of The Voice of Albania , but then was abandoned in later seasons (However, later, Vocea României brought it back on its eighth season) .

The U.S. version introduced a new mechanism in the blind auditions on the fourteenth season, the Block button. When a coach wants to get the specific contestant but does not want another coach to do so, he/she may press the block button to block them from getting the contestant, and then turn around at the same time. The coach who is blocked, will not know until he/she presses the main button, and after that he/she will get the word stating that he/she is blocked. A coach can use the block button once in a season (this number of allowed block, varies in other versions, which are described below) , and only one block is allowed per audition. The Block twist was then applied in :

The sixth season of The Voice Kids of Vietnam will have new feature called The Mute button. As its name implies, the muted coach will not be allowed to speak, but they can still do all the kind of body language to convince the contestant to join their team. However, the Mute only adds excitement to the program, as contestant can still pick the muted team. The Mute can only be used when the chairs are turned, as the Block button will turn into the Mute. Each coach has only one Mute per audition. [25]

The Wildcard round was introduced in the first two seasons of The Voice of Holland, wherein the selected failed contestants of the blind auditions were screened and would perform via radio program Radio 538. Some coaches will select if they want that contestant on their team to compete in the battles, but it was abandoned in the later seasons. It was reintroduced in the 15th season of the U.S. version were it is now called as "The Comeback Stage". On it, a fifth coach will mentor six contestants that failed to make a team in the blind auditions, and they will compete against each other in a digital companion series, with the winner securing a spot in the Top 13. [26]

Battles Twists

The seventh season of The Voice of Holland features non stop steal, which means that steals during the battle rounds follow a hot-seat procedure: a coach may replace his or her stolen contestant as many times as he or she likes until the end of the battles. This feature also applies in the seventh season of Vocea României , fifth season of The Voice van Vlaanderen , [27] the fifth season of The Voice Portugal , and the fourth season of The Voice Ahla Sawt .

The second season of The Voice Kids of Vietnam introduced the Save button that allowed a coach to keep a contestant they just eliminated from the competition. Contestants who won their battles or saved by their coaches will advance to the Playoffs. Each coach has only one Save in entire battles rounds.

Another format was introduced in the fourth season of La Voz Kids España . [28] The remaining contestants that was saved by the coaches will proceed to the fast-paced Battle Rounds wherein the supercoach will decide also who will proceed to the live semi-finals.

The fifth season of Giọng hát Việt features no-elimination, which is used only once throughout the battles when a coach does not want to eliminate one of two their contestants and wants to keep them in the next round. A coach has to ask and gets consent from both contestants. After getting consent, two contestants were retained and would become a duo (they were not a solo-contestant), combined together 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. [29]

The Block Button was inserted in the seventh season battles of The Voice Brasil .

Knockouts Twists

Some versions feature a different version of the Knockout round: the hot-seat or chair challenge method (first introduced in the sixth season of The Voice of Holland ), a format similar to The X Factor's six-chair challenge, there will be three seats (the number of seats varies sometimes). After the first 3 contestants perform a song of his or her choice, they will all sit in the three chairs. However, after these contestants perform, the fate of the fourth contestant will be decided based on whether his or her coach would like to switch out a contestant already seated in favor of this performed contestant. In the case of a switch-out, the contestant that was switched out will be eliminated, and this performer will sit down. If the coach would instead like to keep the contestants already seated and thus not give a seat to this performed contestant, he/she will be immediately eliminated. After all contestants have performed, those who end up seated will advance to the Live Shows. Most versions do not feature "Steal" buttons when using this method. Sometimes the seats are ranked, and the coach decide which performed contestant will sit on which ranked seat. After all seats are occupied, when the coach want to do switch-out for the next performed contestant, the contestant on the last ranked seat will absolutely be switched out and be eliminated, regardless of which ranked seat will this performed contestant sit.

Normally, The Voice have Knockout round come after Battle round. However, the sixth season of Australian version have the rounds swapped (Knockout round come before Battle round). It is followed in the fifth season of Lietuvos Balsas , the sixth season of The Voice Brasil , the sixth season of The Voice Thailand , the seventh season of The Voice: la plus belle voix (dubbed "Audition Finale"), the fifth season of The Voice of Italy , and the third season of The Voice Indonesia . However, later, The Voice Brasil dropped this twist on its seventh season.

In the fourteenth season of U.S. version, the "Steal" button can act as a new twist in the knockouts called "SAVE" wherein a coach can save a contestant that is eliminated from their team.

In the fifth season of Giọng hát Việt , the Knockouts are not team-based but instead feature cross battles between members in different teams. The result of a Knockout battle is determined 50% by the point given by a professional jury and 50% by audiences' vote at the studio. Each coach has three turns to "challenge" another coach by sending an act from their team into a battle, while the other act from the challenged team is selected randomly. No steals are available. As a result, the number of contestants advancing to the Playoffs might not be the same among four teams.

Live Shows Twists

In some versions, all contestants perform each week and only the public's vote determines which contestants advance in the competition, a format similar to both Idols and The X Factor . This means that any contestant can be eliminated and no coach is guaranteed a spot in the finals. Along with this elimination method, there is an Instant Save in certain versions, most notably the US version, Israeli version, and Australian version, where contestants (usually two or three) who are in danger of elimination have to perform again and another vote is conducted to save one of those contestants.

Some versions of The Voice applied a new rule called Wildcard, which will give one previously eliminated contestant a second chance to advance to the finals based on the public's vote on a distinct portal. The third season of the Australian Version was the first to conduct a Wildcard round to give one eliminated artist in the semi-final a fifth spot in the grand finale. The Wildcard was then applied in seventh season of the U.S. version, where nine artists who was previously eliminated from the season's top 12 performed in the semifinals' result show for a fourth spot in the finale, but it was abandoned in later seasons. The Wildcard was also implemented in Giọng hát Việt (season 4 onwards), the Vietnamese Kids version (season 4 onwards) and the fifth season of The Voice of Greece . The seventh season of the Australian version brought back the Wildcard, with a slight change: this time four eliminated contestants from four teams in the Knockouts were chosen to be Wildcards by his/her coach (by pressing the red button), and only one Wildcard achieved the most vote from the public was brought back to compete in the live shows with the top 12.

The Cross-battle was introduced as one of the live rounds in the fourth season of The Voice of Holland . [30] In this round, two contestants from two different team compete each other and the public vote determines who will advance. The Cross-battles returned in the fifth season of the Dutch version, but later dropped in the succeeding seasons. The Cross-battles was also used in the fourth season of The Voice Of China, in the fifth, sixth and seventh seasons of The Voice Brasil , in the fifth and sixth seasons of the Vocea României and in the third, fourth and fifth seasons of The Voice of Greece . The seventh season of The Voice Brasil intended to feature an instant save vote, to save one of the losing contestants in the Cross-battle, [11] but that twist was abandoned before the phase begins.

The Remix round, introduced in the fifth season of The Voice Brasil , is a way to balance the teams after the Cross-battle. On it, coaches will again attend the performance of the contestants at the end, and each of them will press the red button to choose who will move to the next phase, just like in the Blind Auditions. Contestants who have more than one button pressed will be able to decide which team they want to stay in. Coaches may use a wildcard, which guarantees Supreme Power at the time of choice. If more than one of them presents the card, the priority will always be the team's original coach. After all the performances, each coach can save one of the not chosen acts, and move them to its team. At the end of Remix each coach will have four, three or two contestants (depending on the season) for the following phase. In the seventh season of the same version, there is a fast pass, where each coach can ensure that one of its contestants stays on its team for the next round.

The third season of The Voice of Holland implemented a new system in the live shows, Scoring. During each contestant's performance, the coaches' chairs turned their backs to the stage and turned around after the contestant completed his/her performance just like in the blind auditions. Every coach can give the score up to ten, as well as the viewers. Then the coaches' score and viewers' score each will be averaged, and then be combined, ultimately giving the score to the contestant at the end of performance, which will determine the fate of the contestant. If a coach press his/her button to turn their chairs around like in the blind auditions during a contestant's performance, the score given to that contestant is automatically 10/10. The Scoring system is usually used until the semi-final. The Scoring rules was discontinued from season 4 to season 6, but was reinstalled starting from the seventh season, when the coaches directly witness and score the contestants' performances.

As mentioned in the section "Blind Audition Twists" above, the 15th season of the U.S. version feature a new round called "The Comeback Stage". On it, a fifth coach will mentor six contestants that failed to make a team in the blind auditions, and they will compete against each other in a digital companion series, with the winner securing a spot in the Top 13. [26]

The sixth season of Giọng Hát Việt Nhí, in the first round of the Playoffs, all teams had to set up a minishow which consists of performances from all team members and concludes with a group performance of the coaches and the contestants. Each team performed on one night. In a new twist, the team receiving the most public vote would be declared safe and would have all team members advanced to the next round, while the two other coaches must eliminate two contestants from their teams.

Stage Design

The appearance of coaches names on the floor (after pressing the buttons in the blind auditions) was first introduced in the eleventh season of the U.S. version and ongoing until the present. The design was adopted in the following versions:

The Voice around the world

A combined 361 singers have won the television series The Voice, The Voice Kids, The Voice Teens and The Voice Senior; a reality singing competition adapted in 145 countries/regions. Each winner is given a recording contract, a monetary prize, and a title as that nation's The Voice, La Voz, Golos, Holos, La Voix .... The first was Ben Saunders of the Netherlands and the most recent was Ferat Üngür from the Turkish version of The Voice.

Location of The Voice versions:
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Part of a regional or multinational versions of The Voice and The Voice Kids
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  Part of a regional or multinational versions of The Voice and The Voice Kids
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Country/RegionLocal titleNetworkWinnersCoachesHosts
Flag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan [31] [32] آواز افغانستان
The Voice of Afghanistan
Tolo TV (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Jawed Yosufi
  • Season 2, 2014: Najibullah Shirzad
Africa Françafrique
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Flag of the Seychelles.svg Flag of Mauritius.svg Flag of the Central African Republic.svg Flag of Mali.svg
Flag of Gabon.svg Flag of Rwanda.svg Flag of Senegal.svg Flag of Togo.svg
Flag of Benin.svg Flag of Burkina Faso.svg Flag of Burundi.svg Flag of Cameroon.svg
Flag of Chad.svg Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Flag of Equatorial Guinea.svg
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Flag of Niger.svg Flag of Guinea.svg
The Voice Afrique Francophone  [ fr ] [33] Voxafrica
Website
  • Season 1, 2016–17: Pamela Baketana
  • Season 2, 2017–18: Victoire Biaku
  • Season 3, 2019–20: Upcoming season
  • Claudy Siar
The Voice Kids Afrique Francophone [34]
  • Season 1, 2020: Upcoming season
  • TBA
  • TBA
Flag of Albania.svg  Albania
Flag of Kosovo.svg  Kosovo
The Voice of Albania 1 Top Channel (1–6)
Website
  • Ledion Liço (1–6)
  • Marina Vjollca (backstage, 1)
  • Fjoralba Ponari (backstage-online, 6)
The Voice Kids [35] Top Channel
Website
Flag of Angola.svg  Angola
Flag of Mozambique.svg  Mozambique [36]
The Voice Angola  [ pt ] 5 Dstv (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2015–16: Flag of Angola.svg Mariedne Feliciano
  • Dinamene Cruz (1)
  • Weza Solange (backstage, 1)
Flag of the Arab League.svg Arab World [37]
Flag of Algeria.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of the Comoros.svg Flag of Djibouti.svg
Flag of Egypt.svg Flag of Iraq.svg Flag of Jordan.svg Flag of Kuwait.svg
Flag of Lebanon.svg Flag of Libya.svg Flag of Mauritania.svg Flag of Morocco.svg
Flag of Oman.svg Flag of Qatar.svg Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Flag of Somalia.svg
Flag of Sudan.svg Flag of Tunisia.svg Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Flag of Yemen.svg
The Voice – أحلى صوت
The Voice – Best Voice
MBC1
Flag of Lebanon.svg LBCI
Website
  • Season 1, 2012: Flag of Morocco.svg Mourad Bouriki
  • Season 2, 2013–14: Flag of Iraq.svg Sattar Saad
  • Season 3, 2015: Flag of Jordan.svg Nedaa Sharara
  • Season 4, 2018: Flag of Iraq.svg Dumooa Tahseen
  • Current
  • Nardine Farag (4–)
  • Badr Al Zaidan (backstage, 4–)
  • Former
  • Arwa Goudeh (1)
  • Mohammad Kareem (1–2)
  • Aimée Sayah (2)
  • Nadine Njeim (backstage, 1–2)
  • Moamen Nour (backstage, 3)
The Voice Kids – أحلى صوت
The Voice Kids – Best Voice
  • Season 1, 2016: Flag of Lebanon.svg Lynn Hayek
  • Season 2, 2017–18: Flag of Morocco.svg Hamza Labyad
  • Season 3, 2019: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • Nardine Farag (2–)
  • Badr Al Zaidan (2–)
  • Former
  • Aimée Sayah
  • Moamen Nour
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
La Voz Argentina [38] [39] [40]
The Voice Argentina 18
Telefe
Website
Flag of Armenia.svg  Armenia [41] Հայաստանի ձայնը
The Voice of Armenia
Armenia TV (1–4)
Website
  • Season 1, 2012–13: Mary Mnjoyan
  • Season 2, 2013: Flag of Georgia.svg Ana Khanchalyan
  • Season 3, 2014: Flag of Iran.svg Raisa Avanessian
  • Season 4, 2017: Hayk Ghulyan
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia [42] The Voice [43] [44] Nine Network
Website
The Voice Kids [45] Nine Network (1)
Website
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg  Azerbaijan [46] Səs Azərbaycan
The Voice of Azerbaijan
AzTV (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2015–16: Emiliya Yaqubova
  • Tural Asadov (1)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
(Flag of Flanders.svg  Flanders)
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, 2019: Upcoming season
The Voice Senior [47] [48] (Dutch)
  • Season 1, 2018: John Leo
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
(Flag of Wallonia.svg  Wallonia)
The Voice Belgique [49] [50] (French)
The Voice Belgium
La Une
VivaCité
Website
  • Current
  • Maureen Louys
  • Cécile Djunga (backstage, 7–)
  • Former
  • Adrien Devyver (backstage, 1–3)
  • Walid (backstage, 4–6)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil The Voice Brasil Rede Globo
Website
The Voice Kids
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria Гласът на България [51]
The Voice of Bulgaria
bTV
Website
  • Season 1, 2011: Steliyana Hristova
  • Season 2, 2013: Ivailo Donkov
  • Season 3, 2014: Kristina Ivanova
  • Season 4, 2017: Radko Petkov
  • Season 5, 2018: Nia Petrova
  • Season 6, 2019: Upcoming season
Flag of Cambodia.svg  Cambodia The Voice Cambodia Hang Meas HDTV (1–2)
Website
  • Chea Vibol (1–2)
  • Chan Keonimol (1–2)
The Voice Kids Cambodia Hang Meas HDTV
Website
  • Season 1, 2017: Pich Thai
  • Season 2, 2018: Tep Piseth
  • Chea Vibol
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
(Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec)
La Voix 3 (French)
The Voice
TVA
Website
La Voix Junior (French)
The Voice Junior
TVA (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2016: Charles Kardos
  • Season 2, 2017: Sydney Lallier
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile The Voice Chile Canal 13
Website
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China (Mandarin) The Voice of China中国好声音
The Voice of China – Best Voice of China
Zhejiang TV (1–4)
Website
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia La Voz Colombia
The Voice Colombia
Caracol Television (1–2)
Website
  • Linda Palma (1–2)
  • Alejandro Palacio (1–2)
  • Carlos Ponce (1)
  • Diego Saenz (backstage, 1–2)
La Voz Kids [52] [53]
The Voice Kids
Caracol Television
Website
  • Current
  • Alejandro Palacio
  • Laura Tobon (3–)
  • Former
  • Linda Palma (1–2)
La Voz Teens [54]
The Voice Teens
Original
Caracol Television (1)
Website
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia The Voice – Najljepši glas Hrvatske
The Voice – The Most Beautiful Voice of Croatia
HRT 1 (1–2)
Website
  • Iva Šulentić (1–2)
  • Ivan Vukušić (1–2)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia
Current
The Voice ČeskoSlovensko [55] [56] [57] (3–)
Former
Hlas Česko Slovenska (1–2)
The Voice of Czecho Slovakia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg TV Nova
Website
Flag of Slovakia.svg Markíza
Website
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg  Faroe Islands
Flag of Greenland.svg  Greenland
Voice – Danmarks største stemme
Voice – The Biggest Voice of Denmark 16
TV 2 (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2011–12: Kim Wagner
  • Season 2, 2012: Emilie Paevatalu
Voice Junior [58] Current
Kanal 5 (6–)
Website
Former
TV 2 (1–5)
Website
  • Season 1, 2014: Melina Neustrup Nielsen
  • Season 2, 2014: Aland Mustafa
  • Season 3, 2015: Isabel
  • Season 4, 2016: Oliver Arndt
  • Season 5, 2017: Dafne Stilund Nielsen
  • Season 6, 2019: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • Current
  • Jacob Riising (6–)
  • Former
  • Mikkel Kryger (1–5)
  • Emilie Paevatalu (1–2)
  • Amelia Høy (3–4)
  • Stephania Potalivo (5)
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador La Voz Ecuador
The Voice Ecuador
Teleamazonas (1–2)
Website
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland The Voice of Finland Nelonen
Website
The Voice Kids Nelonen (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Molly Rosenström
  • Season 2, 2014: Aino Morko
Flag of France.svg  France
Flag of Monaco.svg  Monaco
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg
The Voice – la plus belle voix 12 [59] [60]
The Voice – The Most Beautiful Voice
TF1
Website
The Voice Kids
Flag of Georgia.svg  Georgia ახალი ქართული ხმა
The Voice of Georgia
Imedi TV (1–3)
Website
  • Duta Skhirtladze (1–3)
  • Anna Imedashvili (1–3)
ახალი საბავშო ხმა
The Voice Kids
Imedi TV (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Reziko Didebashvili
  • Samory Balde (1)
  • Ruska Makashvili (1)
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany The Voice of Germany [62] ProSieben
Sat.1
Website
The Voice Kids [63] Sat.1
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Flag of Switzerland.svg Michèle Bircher
  • Season 2, 2014: Danyiom Mesmer
  • Season 3, 2015: Noah-Levi Korth
  • Season 4, 2016: Flag of Austria.svg Lukas Janisch
  • Season 5, 2017: Sofie Thomas
  • Season 6, 2018: Anisa Celik
  • Season 7, 2019: Current season
The Voice Senior [64] [62] Sat.1
Website
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece
Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus
The Voice of Greece 4 Current
TBA (6–)
Former
ANT1 (1–2)
Skai TV (3–5)
Sigma TV (3–5)
Website
  • Current
  • TBA (6–)
  • TBA (backstage, 6–)
  • Former
  • Yiorgos Liagkas (1–2)
  • Giorgos Kapoutzidis (3–5)
  • Themis Georgantas (backstage, 1–2)
  • Elena Tsagkrinou (backstage, 3)
  • Laura Narjes (backstage, 4–5)
The Voice Kids ANT1
  • Season 1, 2014–2015: Cancelled
N/AN/A
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary The Voice – Magyarország hangja
The Voice – Voice of Hungary
TV2 (1)
Website
  • Tamás Szabó Kimmel (1)
  • Miklós Bányai (backstage, 1)
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland The Voice Ísland
The Voice Iceland
Sjónvarp Símans (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2015: Hjörtur Traustason
  • Season 2, 2016–17: Karitas Harpa Davíðsdóttir
Flag of India.svg  India The Voice India [65] [66] Current
StarPlus (3–)
Former
&TV (1–2)
The Voice India Kids &TV (1–2)
Website
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia The Voice Indonesia [67] [68] Current
GTV (3–) [69]
Former
Indosiar (1)
RCTI (2)
Website
The Voice Kids Indonesia GTV
Website
  • Current
  • Ananda Omesh
  • Dian Ayu Lestari (backstage, 3–)
  • Kimberley Fransa (online, 3–)
  • Former
  • Ersa Mayori (backstage, 1–2)
  • Kaneishia Yusuf (online, 2)
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland The Voice of Ireland RTÉ One (1–5)
Virgin Media Three ( 6-)
Website
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel The Voice ישראל [70] [71]
The Voice Israel
Channel 13
Reshet
Website
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy [72] The Voice of Italy 11 [73] [74] Rai 2
Rai HD
Website
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Current
Голос Казахстана 14 (4)
The Voice Kazakhstan
Former
Qazaqstan Dauisi (1–3)
The Voice of Kazakhstan

Perviy Kanal Evraziya (4)
Website
Kazakhstan (1–3)
  • Season 1, 2013–14: Shaharizat Seidakhmet
  • Season 2, 2014–15: Bauyrzhan Retbaev
  • Season 3, 2015: Murat Xayrolda
  • Season 4, 2016–17: Dinmuhammed Dauletov
  • 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)
  • Chingiz Kapin (4)
  • Azamat Satybaldy (1–3)
Голос Дети Казахстана 14 [76]
The Voice Kids Kazakhstan
Perviy Kanal Evraziya (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2017: Daniil Yun
  • Ali Okapov (1)
  • Eva Becher (1)
  • Zhanna Orynbasarova (1)
  • Chingiz Kapin (1)
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Lietuvos Balsas
The Voice of Lithuania
LNK
Website
  • 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
  • Current
  • Rolandas Mackevičius (4–)
  • Ignas Lelys (backstage, 6–)
  • Former
  • Vytautas Rumšas Jr. (1)
  • Žygimantas Barysas (backstage, 1)
  • Inga Jankauskaitė (2–3)
  • Rolandas Vilkončius (2–3)
  • Santa Audickaitė (backstage, 2–3)
  • Šarūnas Kirdeikis (backstage, 2–3)
  • Jonas Nainys (4)
  • Agnė Juškėnaitė (backstage, 4–5)
Lietuvos balsas. Vaikai [77]
The Voice of Lithuania. Kids
LNK
Website
  • Season 1, 2019: Current season
  • Rolandas Mackevičius
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore
The Voice – 决战好声 [78] [79]
The Voice – Battle for the Best Voice
Flag of Singapore.svg StarHub TV E City (1)

Flag of Malaysia.svg Astro AEC (1)
Website

  • Siow Hui Mei (1)
  • Wong Woon Hong (1)
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico La Voz... México [80] [81]
The Voice... Mexico
Current
TV Azteca [82] [83] (8–)
Former
Las Estrellas (1–7) [84]
Website
La Voz Kids [85] [86]
The Voice Kids
Current
Las Estrellas [87]
Website
  • Season 1, 2017: Eduardo Barba
  • Season 2, 2019: Upcoming season
La Voz Senior [88]
The Voice Senior
Current
TV Azteca [89]
  • Season 1, 2019: Upcoming season
  • TBA
  • TBA
Flag of Mongolia.svg  Mongolia The Voice of Mongolia [90] Mongol TV
Website
  • Ankhaa
  • Uuganaa
Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar The Voice Myanmar MRTV-4
  • Season 1, 2018: Ngwe Soe
  • Season 2, 2019: Upcoming season
  • Tayzar Kyaw
Flag of Nepal.svg    Nepal The Voice of Nepal Kantipur
Kantipur HD
Website
  • Sushil Nepal
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands The Voice of Holland
Original
RTL 4
Website
The Voice Kids 7
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: Upcoming season
The Voice Senior
Original
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria The Voice Nigeria [91] Africa Magic (1–2)
Flag of Norway.svg  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: Current season
Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan The Voice Pakistan Urdu1
  • Season 1, TBD: Upcoming season
  • TBA
  • TBA
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru La Voz Peru [92] [93] [94]
The Voice Peru
Frecuencia Latina
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Daniel Lazo
  • Season 2, 2014: Ruby Palomino
  • Season 3, 2015: Yamilet de la Jara
  • Season 4, 2019: Upcoming season
La Voz Kids
The Voice Kids
Frecuencia Latina (1–3)
Website
  • Season 1, 2014: Amy Gutiérrez
  • Season 2, 2015: Sofía Hernández
  • Season 3, 2016: Nicolás Parra
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines The Voice of the Philippines [95] [96] ABS-CBN
The Voice Kids [98]
The Voice Teens
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland The Voice of Poland TVP2
Website
The Voice Kids [100] TVP2
Website
  • Tomasz Kammel
  • Barbara Kurdej-Szatan
  • Jan Dąbrowski (V-Reporter, 2–)
  • Former
  • Adam Zdrójkowski (V-Reporter, 1)
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Current
The Voice Portugal (2–)
Former
A Voz de Portugal(1)
The Voice of Portugal
RTP1
Website
The Voice Kids RTP1 (1)
Website
Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova
Vocea României 10
The Voice of Romania
Pro TV
Pro TV Chișinău
Website
Vocea României Junior
The Voice of Romania Junior
  • Season 1, 2017: Maia Mălăncuș
  • Season 2, 2018: Maya Ciosa
  • Season 3, 2019: Upcoming season
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Голос 14
The Voice
Channel One
Website
Голос. Дети 14
The Voice Kids
Голос. 60+ [101] [102]
The Voice 60+
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa [91] The Voice South Africa [103] [104] [105] M-Net 9
Website
  • Current
  • Anele Mdoda (3–)
  • Former
  • Lungile Radu (1–2)
  • Stacey Norman (backstage, 1–2)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Flag of Andorra.svg  Andorra
La Voz 13 [106] [107]
The Voice
Current
Antena 3 [108] (6–)
Former
Telecinco (1–5)
Website
La Voz Kids
The Voice Kids
Current
Antena 3 [108] (5–)
Former
Telecinco (1–4)
Website
La Voz Senior [109] [110]
The Voice Senior
Antena 3 [108]
  • Season 1, 2019: Upcoming season
Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea The Voice of Korea Mnet 9 (1–2)
Website
The Voice Kids Mnet 9 (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Kim Myung-ju
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden The Voice Sverige
The Voice Sweden
TV4 (1)
Website
  • Season 1, 2012: Ulf Nilsson
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland The Voice of Switzerland [111]
Current
3+ (3–)
Former
SRF 1 (1–2)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Nicole Bernegger
  • Season 2, 2014: Tiziana Gulino
  • Season 3, 2019: Upcoming season
  • Current
  • TBA(3–)
  • Former
  • Sven Epiney (1–2)
  • Viola Tami (backstage, 1–2)
  • Tanya König (backstage, 2)
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand The Voice เสียงจริงตัวจริง [112]
The Voice Thailand
Current
PPTV36 (7–)
Former
Channel 3 (1–5)
3 HD (1–5)
True4U (1–5)
Website
The Voice Kids [113] Current
PPTV36 (6–)
Former
Channel 3 (1–5)
3 HD (1–5)
True4U (1–5)
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Kuljira Tongkham
  • Season 2, 2014: Pornsawun Yanvaro
  • Season 3, 2015: Natharika Phetfu
  • Season 4, 2016: Jedsada Sukharom
  • Season 5, 2017: Siripong Srisukha
  • Season 6, 2019: Upcoming season
The Voice Senior [114] [115] PPTV36
Website
  • Season 1, 2019: Upcoming season
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey O Ses Türkiye [116] [117] [118]
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, 2013–14: Hasan Doğru
  • Season 4, 2014–15: Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Elnur Huseynov
  • Season 5, 2015–16: Emre Sertkaya
  • Season 6, 2016–17: Dodan Özer
  • Season 7, 2017–18: Lütfiye Özipek
  • Season 8, 2018–19: Ferat Üngür
O Ses Çocuklar 7 [119] [120]
The Voice Kids
Star TV (1)
Website
TV8 (2–3)
  • Season 1, 2014: Şahin Kendirci
  • Season 2, 2015: Bade Karakoç
  • Season 3, 2016 (shot in 2016, released in 2018) : Derin Yeğin
  • Jess Molho (1–3)
  • Sinem Yalçinkaya (backstage, 1)
  • Zeynep Dörtkardeşler (backstage, 2–3)
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Голос країни 14
The Voice of the Country
1+1
Website
  • Current
  • Yuri Gorbunov (5–)
  • Kateryna Osadcha (1–3, 6–)
  • Former
  • Andriy Domans'ky (1–3)
  • Olga Freimut (4–5)
  • Anatoliy Anatolich (backstage, 1–3)
  • Mykyta Dobrynin (backstage, 1–3)
Голос. Діти 14
The Voice Kids
  • Current
  • Kateryna Osadcha
  • Yuri Gorbunov (2–)
  • Former
  • Andriy Domansky (1)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom The Voice UK Current
ITV (6–)
Website
Former
BBC One (1–5)
Website


The Voice Kids [121] ITV
Website
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
and Caribbean countries
The Voice 8 [122] (English) NBC
Website
La Voz Kids (Spanish)
The Voice Kids
Telemundo
Website
  • Season 1, 2013: Paola Guanche
  • Season 2, 2014: Amanda Mena
  • Season 3, 2015: Jonael Santiago
  • Season 4, 2016: Christopher Rivera
La Voz [123] [124] [125] (Spanish)
The Voice
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam Giọng hát Việt
The Voice of Vietnam
VTV3
VTV3 HD
Website
  • Current
  • Phí Linh (5–)
  • Former
  • Phan Anh (1–3)
  • Phương Mai (backstage, 1)
  • V.Music band (backstage, 1)
  • Yumi Dương (backstage, 2)
  • Phạm Mỹ Linh (backstage, 3)
  • Nguyên Khang (4)
  • Tim (backstage, 4)
  • Đặng Quỳnh Chi (backstage, 4)
  • Ali Hoàng Dương (backstage-blind audition, 5)
Giọng hát Việt nhí
The Voice Kids of Vietnam
  • Current
  • Phí Linh (6–)
  • Ali Hoàng Dương (6–)
  • Vannie (backstage, 6–)
  • Former
  • Thanh Thảo (1)
  • Trấn Thành (1)
  • Thanh Bạch (2–3)
  • Thanh Duy (backstage, 2)
  • Jennifer Phạm (backstage, 2)
  • Hoàng Oanh (backstage, 3)
  • Ngô Kiến Huy (4)
  • Chi Pu (backstage, 4)
  • Thành Trung (5)
  • Đặng Quỳnh Chi (backstage, 5)

Multi-franchise coaches

The following coaches had appeared in multiple franchises:

Notes

  1. ^ Flag of Albania.svg Flag of Kosovo.svg The Voice of Albania is also broadcast in Kosovo. People from Kosovo are also allowed to join the show.
  2. ^ Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg The Chinese version allows people who can speak Mandarin to join starting from season 3. In 2016, there was a controversial issue between the producers of Chinese version of the series and Talpa on the copyright of The Voice of China. Therefore, from season 5 on, the show was renamed Sing! China to solve the problem provisionally. [126]
  3. ^ Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Flag of Quebec.svg While La Voix is broadcast all across Canada, people from provinces outside Quebec (excluding those from the Ottawa/Gatineau area and select locations in New Brunswick) are not allowed to join the show.
  4. ^ Flag of Greece.svg Flag of Cyprus.svg The Voice of Greece is also broadcast in Cyprus. Cypriots are also allowed to join the show.
  5. ^ Flag of Angola.svg Flag of Mozambique.svg The Voice Angola is also broadcast in Mozambique; people from Mozambique are also allowed to join the show. [36]
  6. ^ Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Turkey.svg In the Australian version of The Voice, Joel Madden served as a solo coach from season 1 to 3. From the season 4 on, he was joined by his brother Benji Madden, and became as a duo coach called "The Madden Brothers". They also have served as the coach of the Australian version of The Voice Kids. Similar in the Turkish version of The Voice, Gökhan Özoğuz also served as a solo coach from season 3 to 4, before he was joined by Hakan Özoğuz for the following 2 seasons. But then, Gökhan goes as solo coach in the later seasons.
  7. ^ Flag of Turkey.svg Flag of France.svg Flag of the Netherlands.svg Flag of India.svg Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of Thailand.svg The Season 2 of the Turkish version of The Voice Kids was the only season which has four coaches' teams of all versions of The Voice Kids. However, the French, Indian-Hindustani, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, German, the British and Thai version of The Voice Kids has confirmed to add the fourth coach, making it the next versions to have the four coaches' teams of all versions of The Voice Kids, respectively.
  8. ^ Flag of the United States.svg Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg The American version of The Voice is also broadcast in Canada and select Caribbean countries; people from all Canadian provinces (excluding Quebec) are also allowed to join the show, as well as people from select Caribbean countries.
  9. ^ Flag of South Africa.svg Flag of South Korea.svg South African network M-Net is not to be confused with South Korean music channel Mnet, which had adopted its version of The Voice.
  10. ^ Flag of Romania.svg Flag of Moldova.svg Vocea României is also broadcast in Moldova; Moldovans are also allowed to join the show, provided they have a biometric passport or a visa (which is free for Moldovans).
  11. ^ Flag of Italy.svg Flag of San Marino.svg Flag of the Vatican City.svg The Voice of Italy is also broadcast in San Marino and Vatican City, but people from Vatican City are not allowed to join the show.
  12. ^ Flag of France.svg Flag of Luxembourg.svg Flag of Monaco.svg The Voice – la plus belle voix is also broadcast in Luxembourg and Monaco. People from Luxembourg and Monaco are also allowed to join the show.
  13. ^ Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Andorra.svg La Voz is also broadcast in Andorra. People from Andorra are also allowed to join the show.
  14. ^ Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Flag of Russia.svg Flag of Ukraine.svg Flag of the CIS.svg Although the Kazakh, Russian, and Ukrainian versions are never broadcast outside of their countries in the CIS area, people from other CIS countries (including Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine) are allowed to join of those shows.
  15. ^ Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Andorra.svg A Supercoach was introduced in the fourth season of La Voz Kids España, wherein the remaining contestants by each coach that was saved from the battle rounds will fight in the fast-paced battle rounds wherein he/she will decide who will proceed in the next round.
  16. ^ Flag of Denmark.svg Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Flag of Greenland.svg Voice – Danmarks største stemme is also broadcast in Faroe Islands and Greenland. People from Faroe Islands and Greenland are also allowed to join the show.
  17. ^ Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Flag of Flanders.svg The Belgian-Flemish version of The Voice Kids introduced a trio coach which was the first in the whole franchise history.
  18. ^ Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Uruguay.svg La Voz Argentina is also broadcast in Uruguay. People from Uruguay are also allowed to join the show.
  19. ^ Flag of the United States.svg In the fifteenth season of the U.S. version of "The Voice",