The Voice Kids (Greek TV series)

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For the Greek adult version, see The Voice of Greece. For international syndication, see The Voice Kids
The Voice Kids
Genre Talent show
Created by John de Mol
Roel van Velzen
Country of origin Greece and Cyprus
Original language(s) Greek
Production
Location(s) Spata, Attica
Broadcast
Original channel ANT1
Picture format 576i (16:9)
Audio format Stereo
Chronology
Related shows The Voice (franchise)
The Voice of Greece

The Voice Kids is a Greek and Cypriot television talent show that will premiere during the 2014–2015 season on ANT1 (Cyprus and Greece).

Production[edit]

In April 2014, during the first season of the adult's version, it was rumored that ANT1 had decided to start the kid's version after the success of the original version.[1][2] The show was confirmed for its first season in early May 2014 along with the renewals of The Voice of Greece, Dancing with the Stars and Your Face Sounds Familiar.[3]

Scheduling[edit]

The kid's version of the show is expected to start during the 2014–2015 television season. No dates have been confirmed for the premiere of the show.

Promotion[edit]

The show was firstly promoted through the final of the adult version, when Giorgos Liagkas revealed that the show would be starting during the next television season. The first trailer of the show premiered on May 12, 2014 and read "if you are 15 years old or younger and want your voice to reach to the top, register for The Voice Kids".[4]

Presenters and coaches[edit]

It was rumored that Fay Skorda, wife of the presenter of the first season of the adult's version, would be presenting the show.[5] When Liagkas was asked if Skorda would be presenter of the show, he said that he hopes so "she joins the family".[6]

Along with Fay as presenter, Demy and Ivi Adamou were speculated as the coaches of the series.[7]

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