Armoza shopping U.S. version of “I Can Do That” globally

New Zealand free-to-air broadcaster TVNZ has acquired the U.S. version of the variety series I Can Do That! from Tel Aviv-based Armoza Formats.
July 7, 2015

Kiwi free-to-air broadcaster TVNZ has acquired the first season for the U.S. version of variety series I Can Do That!, showcasing a group of celebrities engaging in a variety of live acts, from Tel Aviv-based Armoza Formats.

The deal, which marks Armoza Formats’ first broadcast sales venture into New Zealand, follows the news that the Israeli distribution and development firm is shopping the finished tapes of the series’ U.S. version internationally. American broadcaster NBC recently¬†renewed the series for a sophomore season run of eight episodes.

New Zealand’s TV2 channel is set to air the six-episode season in the near future.

Developed by Armoza Formats and produced in the U.S. with Universal Television and Live Animals, the series has also been acquired by nets in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Philippines, and is currently in production in over 15 countries, including Italy, Finland, Mexico, Brazil and Spain.

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