Super Idol (Greek TV series)
|Created by||Fremantle Media & Mega Channel|
|Presented by||Themis Georgantas|
|Country of origin||Greece|
|No. of seasons||1|
|Original network||Mega Channel|
|Picture format||576i (PAL)|
|Original release||8 February 2004 – 17 June 2004|
Super Idol was the first Greek version of the British television hit show Pop Idol. It was a talent contest to find a pop performer. The first series of the show, from February 8 to June 17, 2004, was hosted by Themis Georgantas and the winner was Stavros Konstantinou.
Due to low ratings Mega Channel has decided to cancel after only one season, however Georgian runner-up Tamta Goduadze achieved major success and established herself in the Greek music industry afterwards. The panel of judges for the first season of the show were Elena Katrava, Kostantis Spyropoulos and Ilias Psinakis.
The show started in 2004 and auditions were held at three locations: Cyprus, Thessalonica and finally Athens. The winner, Stavros, was from Cyprus. Runner up Tamta Goduadze also recorded the duet T'allo Mou Miso with Stavros on his first CD.
Format: 2 out of 10 making in each week
|March 18||Giorgos Petritis||Andreas Menelaou|
|March 25||Georgia Lazopoulou||Vasia Bresta|
|April 1||Christos Zan Batist||Chriso Stamatopoulou|
|April 8||Tamta Goduadze||Nikos Ganos|
|April 15||Stavros Konstantinou||Theodoris Panas|
|Bottom 3||Bottom 2||Eliminated|
|3||Nikos Ganos||Btm 2||Btm 3||Btm 2||Btm 2||Elim|
|4||Andreas Menelaou||Btm 3||Elim|
|5||Christos Zan Batist||Btm 2||Btm 3||Btm 3||Elim|
|6||Chriso Stamatopoulou||Btm 2||Btm 3||Elim|
|8||Georgia Lazopoulou||Btm 2||Btm 3||Elim|
|9||Theodoris Panas||Btm 3||Elim|