X Factor Adria is the Balkan syndication of The X Factor. It originated in Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and as of 2015 Croatia. It consisted of two seasons and ran from October 2013 to June 2015.

Season 1

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The first series started broadcasting in late October 2013. Even though the production is Serbian, auditions were held in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia - making the series pan regional.

The judging panel featured Emina Jahović, Kristina Kovač, Kiki Lesendrić and Željko Joksimović. The auditions were hosted by Bane Jevtić with Sneže Velkov as a co-host. Una Senić hosted the spin-off series and co-hosted during the judges houses. After the first two episodes were aired it was rumored that Bane would be replaced by another host, but the producers denied it. On January 14, 2014, Ana Grubin revealed she will be new host, while Una Senić and Sneže Velkov report from the backstage.

This series was won by 30 year old Daniel Kajmakoski who was part of the Over 27s category mentored by Željko Joksimović.

Season 2

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After the first series the original production company lost their licence which was then acquired by Prva, Serbian broadcaster and production company. It was revealed that Croatian broadcaster RTL was interested in bringing the show to Croatia as well, and that would broadcast it.

In late February 2015 it was announced that Aleksandra Kovač, Massimo Savić, Tonči Huljić and Željko Joksimović would judge the series. Shortly after that Antonija Blaće, Sneža Velkov and Aleksandar Radojičić would take the roles of show hosts. The season premiered on 22 March 2015.

This series was won by 34 year old Amel Ćurić who was part of the Over 27s category mentored by Massimo Savić.