Armoza’s “Still Standing” heads to Portugal

The Israeli format distributor has sent the studio game show (pictured) to Portugal, where it will be produced by Warner Bros ITVP.
August 10, 2016

Israeli distributor Armoza Formats has sent its studio game show format Still Standing (pictured) to Portugal.

The Portuguese adaptation will be produced locally by Warner Bros. International Television Productions.

Originally created by Israel’s Channel 10 and July-August Productions,¬†Still Standing provides contestants with the opportunity to win a $1 million cash prize by outsmarting¬†10 opponents and beating the clock in 10 trivia battles. If they’re left scrambling for the answer, they’ll be dropped from the game through the studio floor.

With more than 2,000 global episodes aired to date, the game show has been broadcast in the U.S., France, Israel, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Turkey, Brazil, China, Vietnam, Mongolia, Thailand, Uruguay, Belgium, Italy and Mexico.

“We’re proud to see the ongoing growth of this successful format – its simple yet effective formula makes it ideal for television audiences everywhere, and this is reflected in its strong performance internationally,” said Armoza Formats CEO Avi Armoza.

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