A government department known as the Six Panels appoints their best officer to infiltrate a special force called the Divine Constabulary, to ensure their way in stopping the circulation of counterfeit coin currency in the capital.
Twelve finalists and/or future singers (six men and six women) who were selected from America, compete in a talent contest in which they were asked to sing any song they like on this "Star ... See full summary »
I did not like this show at all. That is saying a lot because I like most singing shows. This one does not connect with me at all. The show opens with the four contestants already in their chairs, so I don't care about them from the beginning because I don't know them. When the judges don't choose the singer who want to challenge one of the four, it is a piss off to us watching because we just enjoyed them and want to see what the four have to offer. The viewer really doesn't care what these judges think of the four. We want to judge them for ourselves. I did not like the judges at all except for Mehgan. There really is no connection to the contestants. Idol, Xfactor, Voice are shows which get the viewer invested. This show did the total opposite.
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