Russian Version of Street Justice in the Works


Armoza Formats, part of ITV Studios, has secured an agreement for a Russian adaptation of Street Justice.

The local version of the series, produced by KIT Film Studio, will feature 11 episodes that are slated to air on NTV. The original Israeli series, which aired on Channel 10 in Israel, aired to high ratings and was a leader in its time slot.

Created by Artza Productions, Amir Mann, Dafna Prenner and Shai Eines, Street Justice blurs the lines between legality and justice. The series, packed with action, stunts, gunfights, gritty crimes, car crashes and dangerous romance, centers on a hot-headed police detective whose job is to clean up the streets.

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, said: “We are thrilled that our friends at NTV and KIT Film Studio are adapting the highly-acclaimed Israeli drama Street Justice for Russian audiences. With its character-based premise of the rule-breaking hero, this crime drama is full of suspense and intrigue, providing a strong pull for viewers.”