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Dance Revolution Getting Remade in France


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Armoza Formats’ prime-time studio entertainment format Dance Revolution has been acquired by Lagardère Studios’ Réservoir Prod in France.

Dance Revolution, produced by Quebecor Content and Fair-Play, is a dance show that uses technology to give the dancers a 360-degree view of their performance revolution. Four finalists then compete for a chance to win a $100,000 grand prize.

In Canada, Dance Revolution’s first season recently wrapped on Canada’s TVA. A second season commission has already been announced.

Jean-Baptiste Claverie, CEO and producer at Réservoir Prod, said: “Dance Revolution revolutionizes talent shows using its sensational 360 technology as a unique and brand-new method to select the best dancers of the country. We are very excited to find local gems and bring a new revolution to the dance scene, to TV… and to France!”

“We’re delighted to announce the return of Dance Revolution, a show that has helped us discover, understand and enjoy dance,” said Yann Paquet, VP of Quebecor Content. “Developed by Quebecor Content and Fair-Play, this high-level competition has succeeded in generating lots of excitement for dance in all its forms. We very much look forward to the second season of this sensational and innovative format.”

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, added: “Dance Revolution offers a unique viewing experience through its use of innovative 360-degree technology. It is this uniqueness that immediately won over viewers in Canada and has led to strong interest worldwide.”








About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at cregan@worldscreen.com.

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