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Armoza Formats launches “The Final Four”

Israeli producer-distributor Armoza Formats has launched a new singing format called The Final Four, a shiny-floor studio entertainment show. In The Final Four (13 x 90-120′), four finalists are announced in the first ...
March 13, 2017

Israeli producer-distributor Armoza Formats has launched a new singing format called The Final Four, a shiny-floor studio entertainment show.

In The Final Four (13 x 90-120′), four finalists are announced in the first episode.

However, the contestants shouldn’t get too comfortable because, in every episode, talented hopefuls will try to steal a seat from one of the finalists. Anyone can become a contestant at any time by uploading a video of themselves singing to the dedicated app, but only the top talent will be able to challenge the four finalists.

In the season finale, the participants battle it out to be crowned winner.

The new show marks the first singing reality show to be both developed and distributed by Armoza.

“The Final Four is a new take on the singing competition genre, bringing all the most loved elements of music shows to the table and serving only the best of them in a way that has never been seen before. And because of its unique structure, any viewer who thinks they’re good enough to challenge one of the finalists can do so through the app at any time, involving the audience throughout the season,” said Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, in a statement. 

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