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Armoza’s Curvy Supermodel Set for Dutch Treatment


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Armoza Formats’ prime-time reality competition Curvy Supermodel has been commissioned for RTL5 in the Netherlands.

The local version will be produced by Tuvalu and will comprise eight episodes. It is set to air on RTL5 next spring. Curvy Supermodel was originally produced by Tresor TV. The format most recently began airing on Polsat in Poland.

Axel Kühn, the managing director at Tresor, said, “We are very proud that Curvy Supermodel is now becoming a worldwide sales success, as well as changing lives. In Germany, the format has already helped thousands of curvy women gain more self-confidence and the winners of the first two seasons have become successful models. We are very thankful to RTL2, the first broadcaster that believed in our format and has helped us show that German formats can become worldwide format success stories.”

Avi Armoza, the CEO of Armoza Formats, commented, “The global growth of Curvy Supermodel proves the strong message of challenging social stereotypes and we are thrilled by the positive response to the format, which is mainly driven by its relatability to audiences worldwide. We are happy that the Netherlands is joining Germany, Poland and Brazil in the global success of the show.”



About Sara Alessi

Sara Alessi is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at salessi@worldscreen.com.

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