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The first season 2002–2003 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar debuted without much hype in October 2002 on the RTL network.
The show's co-hosts were Swiss actress Michelle Hunziker and former soap opera actor Carsten Spengemann, while the jury consisted of music producer Dieter Bohlen, radio host Thomas Bug, British music journalist Shona Fraser, and then-president of BMG Germany, Thomas M. Through word of mouth generated by the appeal of its contestants and the presence of Bohlen's acid-tongued commentary, the show grew into a phenomenon ending with a finale viewed by an estimated twelve million viewers in March 2003.
Following the success of the first installment, the second season was aired to a higher profile during 2003 fall schedule, including an increased number of episodes, budgets and charges for commercial spots.
In contrast to the first season, however, the second soon found its main audience but never reached the overwhelming hype and demand which the first season had captured.
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Klaws has subsequently had three albums and several hit singles mostly from his more successful first album.
While his debut, Take Your Chance (2003), and its follow-up, Here I Am (2004), saw nationwide success and garnered him several ECHO Award nominations, his independent 2006 release, Attention! Runner-up Juliette Schoppmann also signed with BMG, but in contrast to public expectations she declined working with Bohlen.
This fact was underscored by decreasing phone votes and ratings, which were released after the show's final. Though Erl agreed to release the Bohlen-produced coronation song "This Is My Life" in a remixed edition, she declined collaborating with him on her debut album In My Dreams due to musical differences.
While the debut single still reached the top three of the German Singles Chart, the album, released in October 2004, reached number thirty-three on the German Albums Chart and spawned another two singles of which none became a commercial hit, making Erl the lowest-selling DSDS winner to date.