American Idol

June. 11,2002      
Rating:
4.1
Trailer Synopsis

Each year, hopeful singers from all over the country audition to be part of one of the biggest shows in American television history. Who will become the new American Idol?

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Seasons 19 : 2021

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5 Episode

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Episode 4 - Auditions, Part 4
March. 07,2021

Episode 5 - Auditions, Part 5
March. 14,2021

Seasons 18 : 2020

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16 Episode

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Seasons 17 : 2019

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19 Episode

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Seasons 16 : 2018

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19 Episode

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Seasons 15 : 2016

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24 Episode

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Seasons 14 : 2015

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30 Episode

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Seasons 13 : 2014

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39 Episode

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Seasons 12 : 2013

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37 Episode

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Seasons 11 : 2012

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40 Episode

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Seasons 10 : 2011

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38 Episode

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Seasons 9 : 2010

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43 Episode

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Seasons 8 : 2009

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40 Episode

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Seasons 7 : 2008

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42 Episode

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Seasons 6 : 2007

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41 Episode

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Seasons 5 : 2006

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41 Episode

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Seasons 4 : 2005

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42 Episode

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Seasons 3 : 2004

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45 Episode

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Seasons 2 : 2003

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39 Episode

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Seasons 1 : 2002

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25 Episode

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