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Armoza Formats secures deals in Russia, Poland

Russian Broadcaster Questions and Answers (QAA) has licensed the Canadian finished tapes of Tel-Aviv based Armoza Formats’ celebrity gameshow Only One Knows. Only One Knows features five celebrities in a quiz ...
December 13, 2016

Russian Broadcaster Questions and Answers (QAA) has licensed the Canadian finished tapes of Tel-Aviv based Armoza Formats’ celebrity gameshow Only One Knows.

Only One Knows features five celebrities in a quiz show that runs for five days. On each of the days, one of the five contestants has the answers to each of the questions and must fool as many people as possible to win as much money as possible.

A popular show in French Canada, Only One Knows has so far aired over 700 episodes.

Armoza became the show’s distributor upon partnering with Quebecor Media in 2014.

The Russian title of the game show will be Who Knows What He Knows.

Armoza has also licensed the Hungarian version of Connected to Polish television channel WPI.

Connected is an Israeli documentary series that follows a group of young people who film their lives with handheld cameras, unfolding their own personal dramas that connect to others on the show. The Hungarian iteration of the series is 40 episodes running 25 minutes each.

Armoza has been licensing Connected since its 2010 debut Israel, first traveling to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and France. Since then the show has been licensed in over 13 countries, including a 2015 digital run in the U.S. on Verizon’s AOL On platform.

“We are very proud to be bringing these shows to audiences in Russia and Poland. The increasing openness to content from across the globe highlights the search for enjoyable content regardless of language, and enables us to reach more viewers with strong stories and universally relatable formats,” said Avi Armoza, Armoza CEO, in a statement.

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