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Extra: “The Surprise Teacher” goes to Europe; Twofour Rights secures commissions

All Together Now lands in Germany, France Global content creator, producer and distributor Endemol Shine Group’s entertainment format All Together Now has landed its first European deals, with both Endemol Shine Germany and ...
June 20, 2018

All Together Now lands in Germany, France

Global content creator, producer and distributor Endemol Shine Group’s entertainment format All Together Now has landed its first European deals, with both Endemol Shine Germany and Endemol Shine France being commissioned to produce local versions of the show.

The localized version of the talent format in Germany will be known as Sing Mit Mir and will broadcast across RTL. Further information about the French adaptation will be announced shortly.

Created by Remarkable Television, part of Endemol Shine UK, All Together Now sees a range of talented singers, both solos and groups, who perform in front of The 100, an audience of opinionated singers. If audience members like what they hear, they can join in and sing along. The greater the number that join in, the higher the act’s score. At the end of the series, one act contestant will walk away with a cash prize.

The entertainment series has now been ordered in five territories this year.  It has also been commissioned by Seven Network in Australia and by RecordTV in Brazil. British pubcaster BBC1, meanwhile, has already signed the series up for a second season.

Armoza Formats’ The Surprise Teacher head to France and Spain

Tel Aviv-based Armoza Formats has sent its factual entertainment format The Surprise Teacher (pictured) to France and Spain.

Producing the format in France will be Banijay Productions France, while Atresmedia-owned Verte will bring the format adaptation to Spanish audiences.

Produced by Palomar Productions, The Surprise Teacher (60 minutes) features a new celebrity each week surprising a class of high school students with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The celeb becomes the substitute teacher, giving them a master class that reflects their passion and experience.

Twofour Rights inks deals for What Would Your Kid Do?

Hungary’s TV2 and Turkey’s Kanal D have secured deals to make local versions of distributor Twofour Rights’ entertainment format What Would Your Kids Do?

Production on the local formats will commence this summer.

Produced by Twofour Group’s Boomerang, What Would Your Kid Do? challenges parents to guess how their children would behave in a range of situations.

The launch of What Would Your Kid Do? on UK commercial broadcaster ITV has been commissioned for a second run.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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