Hidden Voices (game show)

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Hidden Voices (Vietnamese: Giọng ải giọng ai; English: Who is the voice?; abbreviated as GAGA) is a Vietnamese television mystery music game show series formally recognised as part of the I Can See Your Voice franchise.[1][2] Since the show's premiere on 5 November 2016,[3][4] it has aired five seasons on HTV7.

Hidden Voices
Genre
Directed byKhương Dừa
Presented by
StarringThe celebrity panelists (see cast)
Country of originVietnam
Original languageVietnamese
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes
  • Regular: 90
  • Special: 2
  • Overall: 92
Production
ProducerTrần Thế Khương
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production companies
  • Điền Quân Media
  • Color Entertainment
  • Pixel Factory
Original release
NetworkHTV7
Release5 November 2016 (2016-11-05) –
4 October 2020 (2020-10-04)
Related
I Can See Your Voice franchise

Gameplay edit

Format edit

Presented with a group of seven "mystery singers" identified only by their occupation, two opposing guest artists must attempt to eliminate bad singers from the group without ever hearing them sing, assisted by clues and a celebrity panel over the course of three rounds. At the end of the game, the last remaining mystery singers are revealed each as either good or bad by means of a duet between them and one of the guest artists.[5][6]

Under the battle format, both opponents can eliminate one singer each in a single round, and then both can choose one singer each to join the final performance in the final round. At the end of the game, the conditions for winning mystery singers chosen by opposing guest artists, depending on the outcome of each final performance, if:

  1. One opposing guest artist has chosen a "good singer" and the other one has a "bad singer", or
  2. Both two opposing guest artists have chosen a "good singer" or a "bad singer".

Every mystery singer is rewarded on following conditions:

  • The guest artist gets 50,000,000 if a good singer was chosen; in case of a two-way tie, the main prize is halved, leaving with ₫25,000,000 each. Both winning singers, regardless of being good or bad, receive ₫10,000,000 each.
  • For the fifth season, the eliminated good singer gets a consolation prize of ₫2,000,000.

Rounds edit

Visual round edit

  • The guest artist is given some time to observe and examine each mystery singer based on their appearance. Afterward, a muted video of each mystery singer that reveals only 0.3 seconds of their singing voice is played as an additional hint.[a][b][c][d][e]

Lip sync round edit

  • Each mystery singer performs a lip sync to a song; good singers mime to a recording of their own, while bad singers mime to a recording by someone else.[a][b][c][d][e]

Interrogation round edit

  • The guest artist may ask questions to the remaining mystery singers. Good singers are required to give truthful responses, while the bad singers must lie.[a][c][d][e]

Talent round edit

  • The guest artist must describe one of the mystery singer's other talents, except "singing" itself. This may not be related to the "stage of truth", but depends on their identity.[b]
Notes
  1. ^ a b c  1  Used in season 1.
  2. ^ a b c  2  Used in season 2.
  3. ^ a b c  3  Used in season 3.
  4. ^ a b c  4  Used in season 4.
  5. ^ a b c  5  Used in season 5.

Background edit

Production and development edit

VTV has initially made interest to produce a local adaptation of I Can See Your Voice in Vietnam in October 2015, with the show being produced by Cát Tiên Sa [vi].[7][8] HTV would later acquire the rights in July 2016,[9] including with production duties assigned by Điền Quân Media, Color Entertainment and Pixel Factory.[10]

Naming and concept edit

The show's Vietnamese title Giọng ải giọng ai can be directly translated to "Who is the voice?"; it has an English subtitle of Hidden Voices.[3] Being the formally recognised Vietnamese adaptation of I Can See Your Voice,[1][2] the introduction of "battle format"[5][6] would later implement to existing ICSYV counterparts in Indonesia,[11][12] Thailand,[13] and Mexico.[14]

Filming edit

Filming of the show took place at the Pixel Factory Studios in Gò Vấp, Ho Chi Minh City.

According to a statement with director Khương Dừa on 5 April 2020, the series was initially planned to temporarily suspend broadcasts for an upcoming fifth season due to the COVID-19 pandemic with a possibility of discontinuation, which he later decided to reverse its plans and commence "digital auditions" anyway.[15][16]

Broadcast history edit

Hidden Voices debuted on 5 November 2016.[3][4] The fourth season began airing on linear television on 27 July 2019. Also, the same season finale that initially scheduled for 2 November 2019, was later extended until its formal conclusion through streaming television on 18 January 2020.[a] Despite with the COVID-19 pandemic, the fifth season premiered on 28 June 2020.[22][23]

Special episodes edit

Trang Pháp [vi] defeated Hồ Việt Trung [vi] in the kids special (of a fourth season) on 4 January 2020,[24] while Vũ Cát Tường also defeated Tóc Tiên in celebrity special (of a fifth season) on 26 July 2020.[25]

Cast edit

The series has a panel of celebrities who assist the guest artist(s) to decipher mystery singers' identities throughout the game. Alongside with mainstays, guest panelists also appear since the third season. Overall, 4 different members have been assigned, with the original lineup being (co-hosts since the third season) Trấn Thành and Trường Giang [vi], as well as Ốc Thanh Vân [vi] and Thu Trang [vi] who also appointed their duties until the second season.

Cast type:
  Main cast
  Additional cast
Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Host
Đại Nghĩa Main
Panelists
Trấn Thành Co-host
Trường Giang Co-host
Ốc Thanh Vân Main
Thu Trang Main

Series overview edit

Winning majority:       
  Good singers
  Bad singers
  Draw
SeriesEpisodesOriginally airedGood singersBad singers
First airedLast aired
1185 November 2016 (2016-11-05)4 March 2017 (2017-03-04)2016
2187 October 2017 (2017-10-07)3 February 2018 (2018-02-03)1917
31528 July 2018 (2018-07-28)11 November 2018 (2018-11-11)1713
425[a]27 July 2019 (2019-07-27)18 January 2020 (2020-01-18)2723
51428 June 2020 (2020-06-28)4 October 2020 (2020-10-04)1414
Sp24 January 2020 (2020-01-04)26 July 2020 (2020-07-26)22
Total929985

Notes edit

  1. ^ a b The 4th season initially aired 15 episodes,[17][18] as Phan Mạnh Quỳnh [vi] defeated Thùy Chi on its tentative [15th episode] finale on 2 November 2019;[19] this was then added by 11 episodes released by various YouTube channels[20] until the formal conclusion on 18 January 2020.[21]

References edit

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