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Endemol Shine Group’s All Together Now Heads to New Markets


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The singing competition All Together Now, which headlines Endemol Shine Group’s MIPCOM slate, has notched up new deals in Italy and Colombia, bringing the format to a total of ten markets in ten months.

Created in the U.K., All Together Now has sold to Australia, Brazil and across Europe.

Making its international debut is Heist, a factual thriller from Shine TV, creators of Hunted and The Island. The series starts in a small town, where ordinary citizens are tasked with committing a heist, but with a crack team of detectives after them, they must evade capture to keep their share of the large cash sum.

From Endemol Shine Netherlands is The Talent Project, which sees promising contestants, with raw potential, undergo an intensive 100 days training ahead of a studio performance. As they make their way to the stage, a two-minute time-lapse of their training is shown in a never-seen-before visual element.

Returning to Cannes are Family Food Fight, from Endemol Shine Australia, and the physical game show Big Bounce Battle.

Endemol Shine Group will also be highlighting scripted formats originating from around the world that are available for adaptation. This includes the dark Israeli comedy Queens, Spain’s Matadero and comedy drama Lovleg from Norway.

Lisa Perrin, Endemol Shine Group’s CEO of Creative Networks, said: “We’re bringing another extremely strong lineup to Cannes this market, which includes a fantastic mix of our all-new, all-returning and all-traveling formats All Together Now, Big Bounce Battle and Family Food Fight as well as noisy new factual and entertainment series Heist and The Talent Project. We will also be bringing a diverse blend of hit non-English-language scripted formats which are available for adaptation around the world.”








About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at kbrzoznowski@worldscreen.com.

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