Broadcaster GTV is renewing Talpa’s global entertainment format Voice Kids for a third season, with contestant recruitment to take place in 15 cities across
Set to air from 28 June, The Voice Kids Indonesia, has increased its participant numbers ‘dramatically’ according to Talpa.
Young singers will try to impress three of the country’s top recording artists in hopes of becoming the ultimate winner, initially competing in blind auditions and then in sighted performance.
“This is the third time Talpa and GTV work together for the globally known format The Voice Kids. Seeing how successful the first two seasons were, we believe that Indonesia still has many more undiscovered talents to astonish the audience. The Voice Kids is one of the world’s most sustainable talent shows with 37 local versions on air so far. We are excited to once again bring The Voice Kids towards the Indonesian audience exclusively through GTV and other digital platforms,” said Maarten Meijs, managing director, Talpa Global.
Angela Tanoesoedibjo, managing director, GTV, added: “As the best family channel here in Indonesia, GTV will once again give the opportunity to Indonesian children to show off their talent in The Voice Kids Indonesia season 3. With the new composition of coaches, the talents will be guided to become the new young superstars of Indonesia”.
Sharla Martiza (pictured) of Jombang won the second season of The Voice Kids Indonesia last year. The show featured Bebi Romeo, Agnez Mo and Tulus as the coaches, with Ananda Omesh and Ersa Mayori playing host.