O Ses Türkiye

O Ses Türkiye is a Turkish reality singing competition and local version of The Voice. It started on October 10, 2011. O Ses Türkiye is presented by Acun Ilıcalı (since 2011).

O Ses Türkiye
Presented by
Judges
Country of originTurkey
Original language(s)Turkish
No. of seasons8
Production
Producer(s)Acun Medya
Production location(s)Istanbul
Release
Original networkShow TV (1)
Star TV (2–3)
TV8 (4–)
Original releaseOctober 10, 2011 
present
External links
Website

One of the important premises of the show is the quality of singing. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the contestants in their groups and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the contestants.

Selection process and format

O Ses Türkiye consists of four judges and a presenter. The competition includes five rounds in total.

The coaches' chairs are faced towards the audience during artists' performances; those interested in an artist press their button, which turns their chair towards the artist and illuminates the bottom of the chair to read "O ses sensin" (You're that voice). At the conclusion of the performance, an artist either defaults to the only coach who turned around, or selects his or her coach if more than one coach expresses interest.

The second round is called "Duel". Each coach pairs two of his or her team members to perform together, then chooses one to advance in the competition.

If the contestants are chosen for the 3rd round of the competition, they will be eligible to move to the next round and their performances will be broadcast live. In this round, each team's remaining contestants will compete against three or four competitors every week. After the live performances of the competitors, the results will be determined through the SMS votes. In each team, the person with the most votes is eligible to contest in the following week. The fate of the last two remaining contestants will be determined by the judges. The judges' votes give one of the competitors the right to contest in the next level. This round continues until the remaining two people from each team are determined.

In the semi-final round, a total of two contestants from each team will compete in eight phases. After contestants sang their songs, the judges score their performances. The results of SMS voting will be added to the judges' score and the ones who reach 100 points will be eligible to compete in the final round.

In the final round, the remaining four contestants compete against each other. After the elimination of the fourth one, the remaining contestants will sing their songs again, and the third place will be decided according to the results of a new SMS voting. The final phase is between the two competitors whose performances will be rated through the votes, and as a result the competitor with the most votes in the contest will become the champion of O Ses Türkiye, and his/her judge's team will be chosen as the champion team.

Series overview

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place Winning coach Presenters Coaches (chair's order) Network
1 2 3 4
1 October 10, 2011 February 19, 2012 Oğuz Berkay Fidan İbrahim Şevki Fatma İşcan Bihter Erkmen Murat Boz Acun Ilıcalı
Alp Kırşan
Hadise Mustafa Hülya Murat Show TV
2 October 1, 2012 February 18, 2013 Mustafa Bozkurt Ayda Mosharraf Onur Uğuş Berkan Taşkın Mustafa Sandal Star TV
3 September 16, 2013 January 20, 2014 Hasan Doğru Abdullah Civliz Ersin Yılmaz Mert Demir Gökhan Özoğuz Gökhan Hadise Murat Ebru
4 September 29, 2014 February 18, 2015 Elnur Huseynov Kaya Aslantepe Emrah Güllü Zeo Jaweed Ebru Gündeş Acun Ilıcalı
Zeynep Dörtkardeşler
Mazhar & Özkan TV8
5 October 4, 2015 February 2, 2016 Emre Sertkaya Aziz Kiraz Türkan Kürşad Tankurt Manas Gökhan & Hakan Gökhan & Hakan Murat
6 October 2, 2016 March 19, 2017 Dodan Özer Resul Aydemir Keremhan Özdemir Burhan Çatılı Hadise Sibel
Taylan Bayri Cihangir Moralı
7 October 7, 2017 February 6, 2018 Lütfiye Özipek Yener Bulut & Ümit Durak Nihat Mugil Aydan Kahraman Gökhan Özoğuz Gökhan Yıldız
Oğulcan Bolcan Ceren Düzova
8 October 6, 2018 January 27, 2019 Ferat Üngür Umut Kaç Gülce Kahtalı Bartu Gülhan Murat Boz Murat Beyazıt Seda
Barış & Baran Solar Anıl Şimşek
9 October 5, 2019 2020 TBA

Coaches

CoachSeasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hadise
Mustafa
Hülya
Murat
Gökhan
Ebru
Mazhar & Özkan
Gökhan & Hakan
Sibel
Yıldız
Beyazıt
Seda

Season synopses

Winners are in bold, eliminated artists in smaller font. Final contestants listed first.

Season Coaches and their finalists
1 Hadise Hülya Avşar Murat Boz Mustafa Sandal
Bihter Erkmen
Gizem Coşkun
Gökçe Özgül
Gökhan Koç
Fatma İşcan
Barış Ekmen
Emran Uğur Yurum
İrem Derici
Oğuz Berkay Fidan
Melis Kar
Melek Nur Katırcıoğlu
Erman Taylan Baykal
İbrahim Şevki
Dilek Özak
Cansu Ceren Gönen
Bora Gölbaşı
2 Hadise Hülya Avşar Murat Boz Mustafa Sandal
Selin Ataş
Burcu Demirtaş
Samet Nohut
Aydan Ceren Yolcu
Onur Uğuş
Eren Şenay
Mümtaz Ateş
Duygu Karakuş
Ayda Mosharraf
Berkan Taşkın
Ertunç Tuncer
Çağrı Emrah Yıldırım
Mustafa Bozkurt
Erkam Aydar
Efe Dumancı
Cansu Çebi
3 Hadise Ebru Gündeş Murat Boz Gökhan Özoğuz
Tuğba Tufantepe
Emrah Uçar
Ali Köse
Ceylan Koynat
Anıl Can
Bianca Dudaksız
Cüneyt Yıldarı
Soyhan Bilgeer
Rıza Sarıtaş
Soner Kıp
Melissa Aydın
Anıl Durmuş
Hasan Doğru
Abdullah Civliz
Ersin Yılmaz
Mert Demir
4 Hadise Ebru Gündeş Mazhar Alanson & Özkan Uğur Gökhan Özoğuz
Zeo Jaweed
Sarper Arda Akkaya
Cihan Polatol
Fatih Gündüz
Elnur Hüseynov
Sahil Ekmekçi
Anıl Şimşek
Hasan Şahinsoy
Osman Vahit Özdal
Serkan Soyak
Ceyda Tezemir
Anıl Gündüz
Seçil Gür
Kaya Aslantepe
Emrah Güllü
Muhammet Vanal
Yana Soloman
5 Hadise Ebru Gündeş Murat Boz Gökhan Özoğuz & Hakan Özoğuz
Aziz Kiraz Tankurt Manas
Busegül Yalçın
Ercan Tok
Onur Baytan
Ali Mert Habipoğlu
Berkin Bekret
Emre Sertkaya
Türkan Kürşad
Alpaslan Adsay
Ali Dağaşan
Tamay Özaltun
Yusuf Yüksek
6 Hadise Sibel Can Murat Boz Gökhan Özoğuz & Hakan Özoğuz
Dodan Özer
Taylan Bayri
Cihangir Moralı
Joker
Sevil Memetova
Şeyda Erbaş Kasap
Burhan Çatılı Armador
Karima Gouit
Toprak Kardeşler
Resul Aydemir
Keremhan Özdemir
Abdul Jabbar Din
Enis Uğurlu
Suami Ramirez
7 Hadise Yıldız Tilbe Murat Boz Gökhan Özoğuz
Oğulcan Bolcan Ceren Düzova Nihat Mugil
Aydan Kahraman
Lütfiye Özipek
Yener Bulut & Ümit Durak
8 Hadise Seda Sayan Murat Boz Beyazıt Öztürk

O Ses Çocuklar

O Ses Çocuklar was the Turkish version of The Voice Kids, designed for children of age from 7 to 14 years old. O Ses Çocuklar shares the same format with the adult version O Ses Türkiye but has some differences. In the midst of preparations for the 2016 edition, it was reported that RTÜK threatened to cancel the series, stating that the format "contains content that could harm the physical, mental, or moral development of children".[1] As of August 2019, it is unknown if the show will be rebooted in the near future.

Coaches' timeline

CoachSeasons
1 2 3 4
Hadise TBA
Murat Boz
Mustafa Ceceli
Oğuzhan Koç
Burak Kut

Coaches and their finalists

Season Coaches and their finalists
1 Hadise Murat Boz Mustafa Ceceli N/A
Şahin Kendirci
Alvi Moreno
Ogün Can Kaya
Zehra Toy
Umutcan Türkeri
Selim Yaşa
2 Hadise Murat Boz Mustafa Ceceli Oğuzhan Koç
Sude Öz
Güven Yıldırım
Evin Bal
Haktan Akarçeşme
Mehmet Çağdaş Bozkurt
Okan Kayın
Bade Karakoç
Güneş Taşkıtran
3 Hadise Oğuzhan Koç Burak Kut N/A
Derin Yeğin Umut Yolcu Yılmaz Atilla Memedov

Series overview

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place Winning coach Presenters Coaches (chair's order)
1 2 3 4
1 June 21, 2014 July 15, 2014 Şahin Kendirci Ogün Can Kaya Umutcan Türkeri No fourth finalist Hadise Jess Molho
Sinem Yalçinkaya
Mustafa Hadise Murat No fourth coach
2 September 1, 2014 September 24, 2014 Bade Karakoç Sude Öz Evin Bal Mehmet Çağdaş Bozkurt Oğuzhan Koç Jess Molho
Zeynep Dörtkardeşler
Oğuzhan
3[lower-alpha 1] June 3, 2016 August 12, 2016 Derin Yeğin Atilla Memedov Umut Yolcu Yılmaz No fourth finalist Hadise Burak Oğuzhan No fourth coach
4 TBA

Notes

  1. This season was recorded in 2016 but was not released until 2018.
  1. "'O Ses Çocuklar' programına RTÜK'ten şok ceza!". milliyet.com.tr (in Turkish). 12 May 2016. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
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