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A.M.A.N. (TV series)

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Genre  Parody/Satire Show
Directed by  Antonis Kanakis
Country of origin  Greece
Final episode date  2007
Presented by  Antonis Kanakis
Networks  ANT1, Mega Channel
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Developed by  A.M.A.N. Productions
Creative director(s)  Christos Kiousis
First episode date  May 1997
Number of seasons  3
Cast  Antonis Kanakis
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Also known as  A.M.A.N. - Etairia Perpatimenis Euthinis
Similar  Radio Arvyla, Oi Treis Harites, Oi Aparadektoi, S' agapo ‑ M' agapas, Ti Psyhi Tha Paradose

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A.M.A.N., was a Greek television parody show and the natural continuation of another TV show called Comfusio that was aired by ERT3 in the early 1990s. A.M.A.N began after the death of their friend and broadcaster Antonis Pararas and the capital letters translates the word "Αντώνη Μας Άφησες Νωρίς" which means "Antoni you left us early". A.M.A.N. began in May 1997 at Mega Channel, but only 9 episodes were aired. Since October 1997 and up until 2000, the show was broadcast by ANT1 television. The hosts were Antonis Kanakis (Αντώνης Κανάκης) and Sotiris Kalivatsis (Σωτήρης Καλυβάτσης), with a variety of supporting players, most notable Giannis Servettas (Γιάννης Σερβέτας). Spin-offs of the show were the series A.M.A.N. Ta Katharmata (originally an unrelated show to A.M.A.N., but later mutated into a spin-off/continuation of A.M.A.N.), Oi Treis Files, Haivania 3-0 and Giannis o omorfos.

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References

A.M.A.N. (TV series) Wikipedia


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