The "Prosopa" Greek Television Awards were annual awards about the Greek television. They were the only notable awards in the history of Greek television, since they lasted thirteen years, covering the most successful period of the Greek television. They began in 1997, organised by Tv Ethnos, a magazine issued by the Greek newspaper Ethnos.The last awards were given in 2009. The next years the awards stopped because the productions of Greek television were limited due to Greek debt crisis. The last years the awards were sponsored by telecommunications company WIND Hellas.
The awards included many categories such as best production, best drama series, best comedy series, best actor, best actress, best screenplay, best director, best journalist, best news reader as well as special awards for people with important presence in Greek arts. Many important personalities from the Greek cinema and television have been honoured such as Thanasis Veggos, Alekos Alexandrakis and others.
|1996–97||Nikos Koutelidakis for Prodosia|
|1997–98||Kostas Koutsomytis for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Pigi Dimitrakopoulou for I Aithousa tou Thronou|
|1999–00||Giorgos Panousopoulos, Nikos Papathanasiou, Pantelis Voulgaris for Agion Oros-Santorini-Sounion|
|2000–01||Reina Eskenazy for Peri Anemon kai Idaton|
|2001–02||Yiula Zoiopoulou for Kato ap' tin Akropoli|
|2002–03||Panos Kokkinopoulos for Ah kai na Xeres|
|2003–04||Giorgos Sougias, Christoforos Papakaliatis for Kleise ta Matia|
|2004–05||Kostas Koutsomytis for Ta Paidia tis Niovis|
|2005–06||Panos Kokkinopoulos for Dekati Entoli|
|2006–07||Antonis Angelopoulos for Sto Para Pente|
|2007–08||Pigi Dimitrakopoulou for To Deka|
|2008–09||Kostas Koutsomytis for Matomena Homata|
|Season||Best Original/Drama Screenplay||Best Comedy Screenplay||Best Adapted Screenplay|
|1996–97||Mirella Papaeconomou for Logo Timis|
|1997–98||Kostas Koutsomitis for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Mirella Papaeconomou for I Zoi pou Den Ezisa||Kakia Igerinou for Vios Anthospartos||Kakia Igerinou, Panos Kokkinopoulos for Nyhterino Deltio|
|1999–00||Giannis Tziotis for Vizyinos||Lefteris Kaponis for To Kleidi||Nikos Apeiranthitis for Anishira Psevdi|
|2000–01||Katerina Marinaki for Taxim||Nikos Mouratidis for Papoudes en Drasei||Dimitra Papadopoulou for S'agapo m'agapas|
|2001–02||Kakia Igerinou for Peri Anemon kai Ydaton||Lefteris Papapetrou for Eisai to Tairi mou||Kostas Koutsomitis, V. Mavropoulos for Treis Hires|
|2002–03||Christoforos Papakaliatis for Kleise ta Matia||Apostolis Tsaousoglou for Ah kai na xeres||Giannis Tziotis for Astheneis kai Odoiporoi|
|2003–04||Elena Akrita, Giorgos Kyritsis for Me Thea sto Pelagos||Giorgos Kapoutzidis for Savvatoggennimenes||Kakia Kissonergi for Epta Thanasimes Petheres|
|2004–05||Panos Amarantidis for I Ora i Kali|
|2005–06||Giorgos Kapoutzidis for Sto Para Pente|
|2006–07||Giorgos Feidas for Singles 2||Giorgos Kapoutzidis for Sto Para Pente||Stella Vasilantonaki for Istories toy Astynomou Mpeka|
|2007–08||Myrto Kontova for Yperoha Plasmata||Stavros Kalafatides, Mary Zafeiropoulou for To Deka|
|2008–09||Nikos Apeiranthitis for Matomena Homata||Rena Gkika for Eftyhismenoi Mazi|
|Season||Best Drama Series||Best Comedy Series|
|1996–97||Logo Timis and Vammenos Ilios|
|1997–98||I agapi argise mia mera||Dyo Xenoi|
|1998–99||I Aithousa tou Thronou||Vios Anthospartos|
|1999–00||Ystera irthan oi Melisses||Kati Trehei me tous Dipla|
|2000–01||Na Me Proseheis||Pappoudes En Drasei|
|2001–02||Eisai to Tairi mou|
|2002–03||Kleise ta Matia||Akros Oikogeneiako|
|2005–06||Sto Para Pente|
|2007–08||To Deka||Eftyhismenoi Mazi|
|1996–97||Kostas Rigopoulos for O Yios tou Patera|
|1997–98||Minas Hatzisavvas for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Minas Hatzisavvas for Nyhterino Deltio|
|1999–00||Antonis Theodorakopoulos for Vizyinos|
|2000–01||Thanasis Veggos for Peri Anemon kai Idaton|
|2001–02||Sotiris Moustakas for Ta Haidemena Paidia|
|2002–03||Giannis Bezos for Akros oikogeneiakon|
|2003–04||Giorgos Michalakopoulos for Me Thea sto Pelago|
|2004–05||Konstantinos Markoulakis for Etsi Xafnika|
|2005–06||Petros Filippidis for 50-50|
|2006–07||Petros Filippidis for 50-50|
|2007–08||Dimitris Kataleifos for To Deka|
|2008–09||Giannis Bezos for Eftyhismenoi Mazi, Dimosthenis Papadopoulos for Karyotakis|
|1996–97||Olia Lazaridou for Prodosia|
|1997–98||Karyofillia Karampeti for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Themis Bazaka for Dyo Adelfes|
|1999–00||Dimitra hatoupi for Anishira Psevdi|
|2000–01||Despoina Bebedeli for Peri Anemon kai Idaton|
|2001–02||Antigoni Valakou for Peri Anemon kai Idaton|
|2002–03||Smaragda Karydi for Ah kai na Xeres|
|2003–04||Eleni Rantou for Savvatogennimenes|
|2004–05||Gogo Brebou for Sto fos tou Feggariou|
|2005–06||Smaragda Karydi for Sto Para Pente|
|2006–07||Smaragda Karydi for Sto Para Pente|
|2007–08||Renni Pitakki for To Deka|
|2008–09||Panagioti Vlanti for Mavra Mesanyhta, Maria Kavgianni for I Hara Agnoeitai|
|Season||Best Supporting Actor|
|1996–97||Ilias Logothetis for O Yios tou Patera|
|1997–98||Giorgos Moshidis for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Giorgos Michalakopoulos for O Megalos Thymos|
|1999–00||Dimitris Lignadis for O Ioudas Filouse Iperoha|
|2000–01||Alekos Alexandrakis for Na me Proseheis|
|2001–02||Aris Servetalis for Eisai to Tairi mou|
|2002–03||Paschalis Tsarouhas for I Agapi irthe apo makria|
|2003–04||Thanassis Veggos for Erotas opos Erimos|
|2004–05||Pavlos Kontogiannidis for Vera sto Dexi|
|2005–06||Giorgos Moshidis for Sto Para Pente|
|2006–07||Pygmalion Dadakaridis for 50-50, Antonis Loudaros for Entimotatoi Keratades|
|2007–08||Vassilis Haralampopoulos for To Deka|
|2008–09||Gerasimos Skiadaresis for Mavra Mesanyhta|
|Season||Best Supporting Actress|
|1996–97||Betty Livanou for Vammenos Ilios|
|1997–98||Afroditi Grigoriadou for I Agapi Argise mia Mera|
|1998–99||Despoina Bebedeli for Vios Anthospartos|
|1999–00||Pegky Trikalioti for Vizyinos|
|2000–01||Ntina Konsta for San Heimoniatiki Liakada|
|2001–02||Soula Athanasiadou for Votka Portokali|
|2002–03||Chrysoula Diavati for Oi Stavloi tis Erietas Zaimi|
|2003–04||Theofania Papathoma for Akrovatontas|
|2004–05||Erietta Moutoussi for Erastis Dytikon Proastion|
|2005–06||Efi Papatheodorou for Sto Para Pente|
|2006–07||Efi Papatheodorou for Sto Para Pente|
|2007–08||Martha Vourtsi for Enas Minas kai Kati|
|2008–09||Anna Synodinou for Matomena Homata|
|1996–97||Dimitris Papadimitriou for Logo Timis|
|1997–98||Christos Nikolopoulos for Psythiroi Kardias|
|1998–99||Marios Tokas for Vios Anthospartos|
|1999–00||Stamatis Kraounakis for Ystera Irthan oi Melisses|
|2000–01||Dimitra Galani for Taxim|
|2001–02||Nikos Antypas for Kato Ap' tin Akropoli|
|2002–03||Dimitris Papadimitriou for Feuga|
|2003–04||Stamatis Kraounakis for Epta Thanasimes Peheres|
|2004–05||Christos Papadopoulos for Archipelagos|
|2005–06||Michalis Hatzigiannis for Kinoumeni Ammos|
|2006–07||Stamatis Kraounakis for Maria i Ashimi|
|2007–08||Eleni Karaindrou for To Deka|
|2008–09||Michalis Hatzigiannis for Polykatoikia|
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