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Mam talent! is the Polish syndication of Got Talent. It premiered on September 13, 2008.

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Season 1[]

Season 1 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 13 September – 29 November 2008. It consisted of 5 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 11 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays from 20:35 to 22:20, only the final episode to 22:35). Winner of the first season was the acrobatics duo Mellkart Ball, Klaudia Kulawik took the second place, and the third place was taken by music group AudioFeels.

Season 2[]

Season 2 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 12 September – 5 December 2009. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays – qualifications episodes from 20:35, semi-finals and finals from 20:00). Winner of the second season was Marcin Wyrostek. Alexander Martinez won a trip to the Philippines for him and his wife and daughter (his wife comes from Poland), and also 5,000 zlotys from Itaka travel agency.

Season 3[]

Season 3 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 4 September – 27 November 2010. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was Magda Welc. Season 4 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 3 September – 26 November 2011. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was Kacper Sikora. Małgorzata Foremniak and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges. They were joined by a new judge, Robert Kozyra. He replaced Kuba Wojewódzki, who had left the show in order to focus on judging X Factor.

Season 5[]

Season 5 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 1 September – 24 November 2012. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Winner of the third season was the acrobatics duo Delfina & Bartek. Małgorzata Foremniak, Robert Kozyra and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges.

Season 6[]

Season 6 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 7 September – 30 November 2013. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak and Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges. They were joined by a new judge, Agustin Egurrola. He replaced Robert Kozyra.

Season 7[]

Season 7 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 6 September – 6 December 2014. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges. This series will see the introduction of the new golden buzzer, following the concept of the original British series Britain's Got Talent.

Season 8[]

Season 8 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 5 September – 28 November 2015. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges.

Season 9[]

Season 9 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 3 September – 26 November 2016. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges. Marcin Prokop and Szymon Hołownia returned as hosts.

Season 10[]

Season 10 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 9 September - 2 December 2017. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges. Marcin Prokop and Szymon Hołownia returned as hosts.

Season 11[]

Season 11 of Mam talent! was broadcast by TVN from 8 September - 1 December 2018. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges. Marcin Prokop and Szymon Hołownia returned as hosts.

Season 12[]

Season 12 of Mam talent! will be broadcast by TVN from fall 2019. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska and Agustin Egurrola returned as judges. Marcin Prokop and Szymon Hołownia returned as hosts.

Season 13[]

Season 13 of Mam talent! will be broadcast by TVN from fall 2021. It consisted of 7 qualifications episodes, 5 semi-finals and 1 final (totally – 13 episodes, which were broadcast every week on Saturdays). What is certain is the fact that in "Got Talent!" There will be two new rules, One will be the Platinum Button. Thanks to it, the person selected by the jury during the semi-finals will get directly to the finals. The second will be a wild card, i.e. a pass to the finals. It will be awarded to the person who was eliminated in the semi-finals, but won the most votes from viewers. Małgorzata Foremniak, Agnieszka Chylińska returned as judges. They were joined by a new judge, Jan Kliment. He replaced Agustin Egurrola. Marcin Prokop returned as host. He was joined by a new host, Michał Kempa. He replaced Szymon Hołownia.

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