Banijay Asia has licensed the local rights for Armoza Formats’ prime-time singing competition The Four to be adapted in India.
A third season of the show is set to air in Peru this week. The format recently landed commissions in Brazil, Greece and Lithuania.
Deepak Dhar, CEO of Banijay Asia, said: “We are glad to be associated with Armoza Formats and to be undertaking this unique and one-of-its-kind project that with The Four. This show has been a huge hit and we are hoping that this new take on the genre will be perceived well by Indian audiences too.”
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, commented: “The culture in India is one that is particularly rooted in music, and given its central thriving music scene we believe that The Four will be a perfect addition to the country’s TV offering by providing an exciting new spin on the music competitions there.”