Armoza’s “Still Standing” goes to Thailand

Armoza Formats' game show Still Standing is heading to Thailand through an Asian representation deal with NBCUniversal International Formats.
October 1, 2015

Armoza Formats’ game show Still Standing is heading to Thailand.

The deal with Bangkok-based broadcaster Channel 7 was made through Armoza’s Asian representation deal with NBCUniversal International Formats.

The acquisition follows several commissions and recommissions for the game show across Latin America, EMEA and China, where Still Standing is in its sixth season on Jiangsu Satellite.

The Thai adaptation – which will air daily, beginning this month – will include a 26-episode first season. Produced by Zense Entertainment, the local title is Ten Fall, Grab A Million. The show is hosted by Varavuth Jentanakul.

Elsewhere in the territory, Armoza’s on-location game show Do Me a Favor – also produced by Zense Entertainment – has been commissioned for a second season. The 27-episode season begins airing this week.

Created by July-August Productions, Still Standing offers contestants the chance to win a cash prize by out-smarting 10 opponents in 10 trivia battles. If they’re left scrambling for the answer, they’ll be dropped from the game through the floor of the studio.


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