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The Voice of Greece

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The Voice of Greece
Voice greece.png
GenreTalent show
Created by
Directed byThanos Gomozias (1–2)
Kostas Voridis (3)
Kostas Grigorakis (4)
Thanos Kappas (5–)
Presented by
  • Giorgos Liagkas (1–2)
  • Giorgos Kapoutzidis (3–)
  • Backstage
  • Themis Georgantas (1–2)
  • Elena Tsagkrinou (3)
  • Laura Narjes (4–)
Country of originGreece Greece
Cyprus Cyprus
Original language(s)Greek
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes85
Executive producer(s)Anna Aravaniti (1–2)
Aggelos Christopoulos (3–)
Producer(s)Antonis Matsos (1–2)
Tony Kontaxakis (3–)
Production location(s)Galatsi, Attica
Running time120–240 minutes
Original networkANT1 (1–2)
SKAI (3–)
Picture format576i & 1080i (16:9)
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseJanuary 10, 2014 (2014-01-10) – present
Related showsThe Voice (franchise)
The Voice Kids
External links

The Voice of Greece is a Greek television talent show created by John de Mol and based on the concept The Voice of Holland. It is part of an international series. It began airing on ANT1 on January 10, 2014 and the final of second season on June 21, 2015.[1][2][3] The third season premiered on November 16, 2016 on Skai TV. It also premiered the same day in Cyprus on Sigma TV. The coaches of the show are currently (from season 3) Panos Mouzourakis, Elena Paparizou, Sakis Rouvas and Kostis Maraveyas. Giorgos Kapoutzidis is hosting the show while Laura Narjes is the backstage and social networking corresponding.

There are four different stages to the show: producers' auditions, blind auditions, battle phase and live shows. Producers' auditions take place in Athens and Thesalloniki in Greece and in Nicosia in Cyprus. The rest stages are taking place in the Kapa Studios, in Spata, Attica.

From the third series there are five different stages to the show: producers' auditions, blind auditions, battle phase, knockout battle and live shows. Producers' auditions take place in Athens and Thesalloniki in Greece and in Nicosia in Cyprus. The rest stages are taking place in the Galatsi Olympic Hall, in Galatsi, Athens, Greece.

Maria Elena Kiriakou, Kostas Ageris, Giannis Margaris and Yiorgos Zioris are currently the four winners produced by the series. The show was renewed for a second season on ANT1 TV that premiered during the 2014–2015 season along with a kids version of the show, which was later canceled.


The Voice of Greece was often mentioned in July–August 2013 by the media as the new reality show on the Greek television. Even though no broadcaster had officially announce the show, ANT1 and Mega Channel were the possible channels that would host the show. In early September it was announced with a trailer that ANT1 bought the rights for the show.[4] It was revealed the show would be going head-to-head with Mega Channel's series, Klemmena Onira, which was very successful.

Although it was not done for every performance of the contestants, the four original songs of the four finalists were released through iTunes.

Devised by John de Mol, the creator of Big Brother, The Voice is based on the Dutch TV programme The Voice of Holland and is part of The Voice franchise, being based on the similar British and U.S. format. After securing the show, ANT1 had in their schedule three of the top shows: The Voice, Dancing with the Stars, and Your Face Sounds Familiar with all of them being renewed for the 2014−2015 season.


After speculation in August,[1] the show was expected to start in November 2013. In September, it was speculated that the new series To Spiti tis Emmas starring Katia Dandoulaki, also set to premiere in November 2013.[5] The show's air date was officially confirmed on December 21, 2013 with a trailer.[3] A countdown started on the show's Twitter on 3 January 2014. It was rumored that the Cypriot channel, Mega Channel would start a show alike to The Voice and the Greek same-titled channel would broadcast it opposite The Voice. The show was latter officially confirmed by the broadcaster with a trailer. The show started after the third season of DanSing for You was finished.[6] It was rumored that Zeta Makripoulia, who hosted Dancing with the Stars on ANT1, would host the show.[7] However, it was later confirmed that Makripoulia would be hosting the second season of Mega's reality singing contest, Just the Two of Us.[8]

As more episodes of the show were broadcast, the more audience were following it, making ANT1 more successful. The show was broadcast opposite Mega's popular series, Klemmena Onira which was broadcast from 9:15 to 10:00. On January 10, 2014, it managed to get more viewers than Mega's series, with 1.78 million viewers for the show's premiere and left the series behind with 1.70 million viewers.[9] However, the "war" between the two was tight in the next weeks with The Voice of Greece getting the lead only once, on January 24, 2014 with 1.734 million viewers, almost 1 million viewers more than the series.

The Voice of Greece was not broadcast the same day in ANT1 Cyprus. In Cyprus the blind auditions and the battles were broadcast one day later than in Greece; on Saturday at 9:15. However, as the live shows were broadcast live, the show was moved to Fridays as in the Greek channel.

In February 2014, it was rumored that the air date would change to Sunday with the producers of the show denying the rumor and said that the rest of the blind auditions and the battles will be aired on Fridays as they are recorded. However, they have said that the day of the live shows isn't decided yet as two of the coaches can't be on the show on Fridays due to their schedule. After the battles were completed, it was shown on the trailer for the live shows that they would be airing on Fridays, as the previous stages.

A month after the premiere of the 1st show, Mega Channel Cyprus announced the premiere of their talent show, Your Song, that was rumored to be broadcast in the Greek channel also, opposite The Voice of Greece.[6] Even though the show was not broadcast by the Greek channel, in March 2014 the broadcaster confirmed the second season of the reality singing competition Just the Two of Us hosted by Zeta Makripoulia who hosted the first to third seasons of Dancing with the Stars.[8]


The first promotional item for the show was on the TV, with a trailer announcing the auditions of the show in September 2013. It read, "The first show that close the eyes to the appearance and listens only the voice".[4] Several shots from American version were shown during the trailer. Four twenty-seconds trailers were shown three months later, on 12 December. The official trailer with the premiere date was shown on December 21, 2013. The coaches, who were first seen in that trailer, were coming from the backstage to the stage. As it was done in the American version, a bus showing the coaches of the show as well as the show's logo and premiere date, was travelling around the country in order to promote the show.[10]

Social media

During the live shows, the V Reporter usually showed reports on the trending of the show in the social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. The hashtag #thevoicegr was used for the show as well as hashtags with the teams.

Auditions and filming

The producer auditions of the first season started in September 2013.[11][12] The blind auditions took place in the Kapa Studios in Spata, Attica, where the battle and live shows also take place with the only difference being that the latter is broadcast live and it is not recorded. The places of the audition were not officially announced but Thesalloniki, Athens and Nicosia were some of the cities. Though the blind auditions were not filmed in one day, the coaches wore the same clothes in all the episodes of the blind auditions as it is a rule of the show.[13]


On January 25, 2014, it was announced that the production of the original show sued Stamatina Kanta, a contestant of the first season, after breaching the conditions of the contract. Kanta had appeared in a talk show that didn't belong to the channel that broadcasts the show.[14] A few hours later though, it was revealed that the production team didn't sue the contestant, but had simply phoned with a warning.[15]


The Voice is a reality television series that features four coaches looking for a talented new artist, who could become a global superstar. As the title indicates the coaches judge their vocal ability and not their looks, personalities or stage presence. This aspect, differentiates The Voice from other reality television series such as The X Factor, Greek Idol and Greece's Got Talent. The top sixty four artists are split into four teams and are mentored by the four coaches who in turn choose songs for their artists to perform.

Anyone can audition for the show, even artists that have been in the musical industry. After the auditions are held, the blind auditions take place where the coaches determine the top sixty four. During the blind auditions the artists perform with the coaches facing the audience. If the coach likes the artist vocally and hits the button showing that would like to mentor him. If more than one does so, then the artist selects a coach. However, if no coach turns around then the artist is sent home.

There are four different stages: producers' auditions, Blind auditions, Battle phase and live shows.

Selection process

The first stage of the show is not broadcast. The producers of the show audition all the artists that submitted their selves through the form on the website. The selected by the producers artists proceed to the blind auditions where they have to perform for the coaches.[16] However, what differs from the other reality shows and as the stage's name indicates, the coaches do not see the artist performing as they face the audience.[16] If the coaches like the performance, they hit their button which shows that they want to mentor the act. If more than one hits the button, the singer has the opportunity to select the coach of his preference.[16] If only one hits the button, the singer is defaulted to his team. However, if none of the coaches hit the button, the artist is eliminated.[16] Since season 5, a new twist called "Block" is featured, which allows one coach to block another coach from getting a contestant.[17] While the singer is performing at the blind auditions, his relatives or friends are at a room, known as the "family room" where they watch him performing. Along with the relatives and friends the host, Giorgos Liagkas (season 1–2) Giorgos Kapoutzidis (season 3–), is with them. Each coach has a team of sixteen acts selected from the blind auditions and as soon as they have their sixteen acts, they cannot press their button. Sixty four out of the selected by the producers proceed to the next stage, the battle phase.

The second stage, the Battle phase, is where two artists are mentored and then developed by their respective coach.[18] The coaches of the team will "dedicate themselves to developing their artists, giving them advice, and sharing the secrets of their success in the music industry".[18] The two members of each team are fighting against by performing the same song which is selected by their coach.[18] The coach then, decides who will continue to the show and proceed to the live shows.[18] The "steal" twist was not introduced to the show as in British and American shows. This stage, as the blind auditions, is not live. During the battle phase, the coaches "hire" advisors to help them and give them advice on pairing the contestants and choosing the songs. The advisors of the coaches are known and acclaimed musicians.[19]

The final stage of the show is the live shows. The artists perform in front of the coaches and an audience. Unlike the previous stages, the live shows are broadcast live. Each coach will have eight acts after eight of their sixteen acts have been eliminated in the battle phase. The thirty-two acts compete in the first and second live shows where four acts from each team are eliminated.[20] Each coach has then four acts in the third live and since then each team loses one act in each live until the sixth and final live show where each coach has one act.[20] As it was revealed by the presenter of the first season, during the semi-final week songs are being written and produced for each one of the eight semi-finalists. However, the songs will be used for the final indicating that only four of the songs will be presented by the contestants.[21]

Voting system

As all the music competitions in Greece, the fans could vote through phone calls or text as well as voting through the website of the broadcaster. The viewers from the rest of the world, except Cyprus, were only able to vote through the website. The voting is unlimited; the viewers can vote as many times as they want.

As of the first season, the voting is only available in the final stage of the show; the live shows. Along with the coaches, the viewers decide who will proceed to the next live show. The voting in each live show was divided in four parts; the acts from each team were performing and the viewer were voting one or more acts from the team. In the first and second live shows, the most voted act was through the third live while the coach had to select a second act to send through. The same process was done in all the live shows except the final live show. However, from the third to the fifth live show, only one act was eliminated from the competition. For the semi-final there was an additional voting system; the coaches had 100 points to give to the two acts of their team and they could not give equal points to the acts.[22] After the semi-final results, the voting for the final started and stayed open for one week. Also, as it was done in American version, voting was also available through iTunes, by purchasing the songs of the four finalists.[23][24]

As the series is broadcast in Cyprus and Cypriot singers are also competing, Cyprus is also allowed to vote. However, the fact that Cypriot contestants managed to get through the contest, which assumed that Cypriots were voting mostly for Cypriots, caused "feuds" between Greeks and Cypriots mainly through the social network. Also, Evridiki replied to those who criticize the Cypriot contestants; "[...] Don't forget that it's a game. Some people should cool off and don't get upset with the Cypriots that are voting. At the end they are not voting random contestants, but contestants that are objectively good singers".[25]

Series overview

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Other finalist(s) Winning coach Host Backstage Host Coaches (seat order)
1 2 3 4
1 January 10, 2014 May 9, 2014 Maria Elena Kyriakou Areti Kosmidou Lefteris Kintatos Emily Charalambous Despina Vandi Giorgos Liagkas Themis Georgantas Melina Antonis Despina Michalis
2 February 15, 2015 June 21, 2015 Kostas Ageris Anna Vilanidi Nektarios Mallas Katerina Kabanelli Antonis Remos
3 November 16, 2016 March 2, 2017 Giannis Margaris Kassiani Leipsaki Christos Theodorou Nikoleta Milioni Kostis Maraveyas Giorgos Kapoutzidis Elena Tsagkrinou Panos Elena Sakis Kostis
4 October 3, 2017 December 20, 2017 Yiorgos Zioris Stelios Ioakeim Despina Lemonitsi Christodoula Tsagara Laura Narjes
5 October 2, 2018 December 19, 2018 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Season 1 (2014)

The first season of The Voice of Greece premiered on January 10, 2014 (and January 11, 2014 in Cyprus) and concluded on May 8, 2014. The coaches of the first season were Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou while Giorgos Liagkas and Themis Georgantas were the presenter and backstage reporter respectively. Auditions for the season were held in Thesalloniki, Athens (Greece) and Nicosia (Cyprus). The show was broadcast on ANT1 and it was since the first episode a success with rates getting over 50% in household rating.

Four contestants, one from each team, advanced to the final live show. Each one of the four finalists had their own song written by members of the Universal Music Group. Kiriakou was announced as the winner of the season, while Kosmidou was declared as the runner-up. Third and fourth places were Kintatos and Charalambous.

Season 2 (2015)

The second season of The Voice of Greece premiered on February 15, 2015 and concluded on June 21, 2015. The coaches from the first season, Aslanidou, Remos, Vandi and Kouinelis remained as the coaches while Giorgos Liagkas also stayed as the presenter.[26]

Four contestants, one from each team, advanced to the final live show. Each one of the four finalists had their own song written by members of the Universal Music Group. Ageris was announced as the winner of the season, while Vilanidi was declared as the runner-up. Third and fourth places were Mallas and Kabanelli.

Season 3 (2016-17)

The third season of The Voice of Greece premiered on November 16, 2016 and concluded on March 2, 2017 on Skai TV (Greece) and Sigma TV (Cyprus). The new coaches of the third season were Helena Paparizou, Sakis Rouvas, Kostis Maraveyas and Panos Mouzourakis while The show is hosted by Giorgos Kapoutzidis with Elena Tsagkrinou serving as the backstage and social networking corresponding.

Eight contestants, four from Maraveyas team and two from Mouzourakis and Rouvas team, advanced to the final live show. Margaris was announced as the winner of the season, while Leipsaki was declared as the runner-up. Third and fourth places were Theodorou and Milioni.

Season 4 (2017)

The fourth season of The Voice of Greece premiered on October 3, 2017 and conclude in December 20, 2017 on Skai TV (Greece) and Sigma TV (Cyprus). The coaches from the third season, Paparizou, Rouvas, Maraveyas and Mouzourakis remained as the coaches while Kapoutzidis also stayed as the presenter but Laura Narjes is the new that she will serving as the backstage and social networking corresponding.

Eight contestants, three from Rouvas team, two from Mouzourakis and Maraveyas team and one from Paparizou team, advanced to the final live show. Zioris was announced as the winner of the season, while Ioakeim was declared as the runner-up. Third and fourth places were Lemonitsi and Tsagara.

Season 5 (2018)

The fifth season of The Voice of Greece premiered on October 2, 2018 and will conclude in December 19, 2018 on Skai TV (Greece) and Sigma TV (Cyprus). The coaches from the third and fourth season, Paparizou, Rouvas, Maraveyas and Mouzourakis remained as the coaches while Kapoutzidis also stayed as the presenter and Narjes remained serving as the backstage and social networking corresponding.


Host 1 2 3 4 5
Giorgos L.
Giorgios K.
Backstage Host 1 2 3 4 5


Coach 1 2 3 4 5

Coaches' teams

In each season, each coach chooses a number of acts to get through to the live finals. This table shows, for each season, which artists he or she put through to the live finals.


     – Winning coach and their team. Winners are in bold, eliminated artists in smaller font.
Season Michalis Kouinelis Despina Vandi Antonis Remos Melina Aslanidou
One Areti Kosmidou
Aris Kambanos
Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou
Panayiotis Vintzilaios
Steven Anderito
Tasos Panagiotopoulos
Violeta Christina Dagkalou
Uri Melikov
Maria Elena Kyriakou
Dimitris Fournarakis
Eleni Geragidi
Elpida Papakosma
Katerina Lioliou
Nikos Mpaliakos
Stelios Mayalios
Vasilis Axiotis
Alex Economou
Dimitris Tiktopoulos
Dimos Mpeke
Evelina Nikoliza
Fani Tselepi
Georgina Karachaliou
Lefteris Kintatos
Natasa Veneti
Aggeliki Zika
Anna Maria Bilida
Eirini Kalamaraki
Emily Charalambous
Ifigenia Atkinson
Irwan Easty
Mary Doutsi
Vasilis Chatzipartalis
Two Katerina Kabanelli
Akis Panagiotidis
Eva Tsachra
Elena Papapanagiotou
Petros Panagoulias
Andromachi Dimitropoulou
Polykseni Lykoudi
Andreas Moyseos
Andreas Fox
Giorgos Dimitropoulos
Anna Vilanidi
Stavros Chaliabalias
Panagiota Kapsali
Dimitris Liolios
Oleg Dergatsiov
Andromachi Koktsidi
Babis Nikolatos
Mario Likafi
Angel Karatsami
Emily Makis
Kostas Ageris
Konstantinos Aggelopoulos
Makis Drakos
Stelios Karipidis
Maria Ioannidou
Callia Gelagoti
Alexis Prevenas
Stavros Pilichos
Tasos Vermis
Ilektra Barakos
Nektarios Mallas
Andreas Elesnitsalis
Alexandros Barboutis
Despina Zacharitsef
Patricia Abrahams
Kyriaki Pantelidou
Katerina Eugenikou
Dafni Tsoulia
Anastasia Kakagianni
Charianna Meremeti
Three Kostis Maravegias Sakis Rouvas Elena Paparizou Panos Mouzourakis
Giannis Margaris
Kassiani Leipsaki
Nikoleta Milioni
Akis Kakagis
Konstantina Tsirimona
Magda Theosidou
Tony Vlachos
Chrisa Chrisou
Christos Theodorou
Giorgos Karelis
Panagiotis Chatzipapas
Xenofon Douloumakis
Giorgos Kydonakis
Despina Tata
Andreas Stergiopoulos
Elena Artenian
Kyriaki Kotsiambasi
Elpida Pramas
Vaggelis Tsaknakis
Mike Araitzoglou
Paris Planets
Eleftheria Papamichael
Mary Mitroulia
Dionas Koumbouras
Allan Paul
Giannis Pantelaios
Kelly Ntoulia
Billie Isaak
Myrto Naoum
Paschalis Bousdros
Konstantina Zomenou
Faith Erhe
Four Yiorgos Zioris
Konstantina Katsoyianni
Sophia Nassiou
Nikos Floqi
Maria Moskofian
Panos Patayiannis
Mary Protopapa
Dorida Chioti
Stelios Ioakeim
Christodoula Tsagara
Dimitris Theodosiadis
Georgia Pratopoulou
Stelios Psarogianis
Tzortzina Aleksaki
Dimosthenis Vatistas
Michaela Theododou
Fani Zochiou
Anastasios Papanastasiou
Haris Kornaros
Giannis Kesides
Vasilis Lambropoulos
Sofia Agnantopoulou
Manos Koukkos
Aggelos Tsimidakis
Despina Lemonitsi
Marina Kyriazopoulou
Konstantinos Kotsadam
Andria Aggeli
Kostas Bouyiotis
David Kanavos
Ioulia Kalimani
Alex Hamel
Five Maria Vasilopoulou
Marios Kapilidis
Theano Sakalidou
Giannis Adamopoulos
Giannis Panouklias
Rachel Cassar
Iro Zervoudi
Lemonia Beza
Nasos Angeletos
Marina Jungwirth
Aimilios Mosaidis
Chriso Dimitri
Xenofon Lafazanis
Panagiotis Papageorgiou
Eirini Kalamaraki
Louis Panagiotou
Nikos Farfas
Andreas Ioannou
Dafni Georgali
Klavdia Papadopoulou
Ariadni Neofitou
Konstantinos Savvidis
Stelios Giannakopoulos
Alexis Prevenas
Nearchos Evangelou
Tzoanna Karaoglou
Zachos Karambasis
Iraklis Famellos
Sonia Siskina
Anna Michailidou
Konstantinos Angelopoulos
Zeta Xafaki


Critical reception

People's Ioannis Tsioulis said that the thing that he missed from the show was the extreme reactions from the contestants' relatives and friends and the backstage. He said about the host that was nerveless circumspect just like he should be. He also mentioned that he missed a coach that is competitive, critical or "bad".[27]


The first season premiered very successfully with 1.78 million viewers, getting ranked first on the weekly top 20.[28] The finale of the first season was as successful as the premiere with over 1.715 million viewers, getting ranked third on the weekly top 20.[29]

Season Time slot (EET) # Ep. Premiered Ended TV season
Date Viewers
(in millions)
Date Viewers
(in millions)
One Friday 9:15 pm
(Episodes 1–7, 9–15, 17–18)1
Sunday 9:15 pm
(Episodes 8, 16)
18 January 10, 2014 1.78[28] May 9, 2014 1.714[29] 2013–2014
Two Sunday 9:00 pm 18 February 15, 2015 1.971 June 21, 2015 1.678 2014–2015
Three Wednesday 10:00 pm
(Episodes 1,3,5,9,11,13,15,17,19,21)
Thursday 10:00 pm
(Episodes 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,23)
Wednesday 9:00 pm
(Episode 7)
Thursday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 24-26)
27 November 16, 2016 0.86 March 2, 2017 0.987 2016–2017
Four Tuesday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 1,12,16,19,22)
Wednesday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 2,4,6,8,10,13–14,17,20,23,25,27)
Thursday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 3,5,7,9,11,15,18,24,26)
Sunday 9:00 pm
(Episode 21)
27 October 3, 2017 0.919[30] December 20, 2017 1.306[31] 2017–2018
Five Tuesday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 1,3,6,9,12,15,18,21,27)
Wednesday 9:00 pm
(Episodes 2,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,25,28,30)
Thursday 9:00 pm
(Episode 8,11,14,17,20,23,26,29,31–32)
Thursday 8:45 pm
(Episode 5)
Tuesday 8:45 pm
(Episode 24)
32 October 2, 2018 1.016[32] December 19, 2018 TBA 2018–2019
  1. ^ In Cyprus, the first twelve episodes (except the eighth) were broadcast on Saturday 9:15 pm. However, the rest episodes were broadcast the same day as in Greece.

International broadcasts

Country Channel Premiere date
 Turkey TV8,5 2016

The Voice Kids

After the success of the first season and the renewal of The Voice of Greece, it was reported that the channel is considering to start the kids' version.[33][34] During the final of first season it was confirmed by the host Giorgos Liagkas that the kids' version of the show would start in the 2014–2015 season. A trailer was first shown on May 9, 2014. After the Final of The Voice of Greece 1. However, the show was canceled.

See also


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