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Armoza inks LatAm deal for “Sex Tape”

Israeli distributor and creator Armoza Formats has inked a deal with TV consulting and production company 360 Powwow, giving them local rights to take their show, Sex Tape, into the Latin American ...
May 15, 2017

Israeli distributor and creator Armoza Formats has inked a deal with TV consulting and production company 360 Powwow, giving them local rights to take their show, Sex Tape, into the Latin American countries of Chile, Peru, Argentina and Colombia.

Armoza developed the show based on a Formagination idea pitched by Dr. Shelly Varod, where three couples try and fix their relationships by filming their lives for a whole week, including their issues, intimacy and sex. They will then meet the other two couples, and with the guidance of celebrity sexologist Alessandra Rampolla, reveal the uncensored material to one another.

Having exposed all, the audience will see the couples unfiltered reactions to the tapes all with the goal of fixing their relationship.

“We are confident that there is no better way to explore and expose on TV today’s sexual interactions and love than through this format and Allesandra’s talents,” said Daniel Gutman, CEO of 360 Powwow, in a statement. “We are privileged to partner with Armoza and bring this high-profile project to Latin America.”

This new deal follows the recent announcement of Armoza’s plan to open a new Latin American office in Miami with a focus on the region.

 

 

 

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