The new prime-time singing competition The Final Four has already been sold into seven territories, including France and Norway, and Armoza Formats is presenting the show at NATPE Budapest.
Another highlight is Sex Tape, a provocative social experiment. “Sex Tape follows different couples each week trying to fix their relationships through filming their love life—including the intimacy—with the aim of solving their issues by viewing their tapes in a group session led by a top sexologist,” says Anat Lewinsky, the company’s sales executive for European and CIS territories. Another highlight is Play Date, a docu-reality series that sees different families search for the perfect play date. “Play Date is a very relevant and relatable format as parenting is such a universal topic, but with so many different perspectives that drama is inevitable,” says Lewinsky. “This is also a cost-effective show that is perfect for family viewing, thereby suiting the needs of many broadcasters.”
Armoza also hopes to drum up interest for a number of scripted ready-mades, including Israel’s Hostages, police drama Street Justice and psychological thriller The Killer Inside, as well as such non-scripted fare as NBC’s I Can Do That!, Still Standing episodes from Spain and Italy, and Germany’s Curvy Supermodel, to name a few.
Lewinsky adds, “Armoza Formats has been attending NATPE Budapest from its first edition and continues to do so since CEE is a key region for us.”