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Extra: Endemol Shine sells “Stripped” in Israel; “Temptation Island” heads to Spain

IPBC commissions Stripped in Israel Global content creator, producer and distributor Endemol Shine Group is adapting its format Stripped, via Endemol Shine Israel, for Israeli pubcaster IPBC. Stripped (pictured) sees everyday people stripped ...
April 15, 2019

IPBC commissions Stripped in Israel

Global content creator, producer and distributor Endemol Shine Group is adapting its format Stripped, via Endemol Shine Israel, for Israeli pubcaster IPBC.

Stripped (pictured) sees everyday people stripped of everything they own, including the clothes on their backs, to reevaluate what makes them happy. Every day, they will get one item back, and they are barred from buying or trading anything aside from basic necessities.

There is no set air date for the 8 x 45-minute Israeli version yet.

Stripped was originally created by Metronome, part of Endemol Shine Nordics.

It has already sold to seven other markets, including Finland, Germany, Sweden, the UK and the U.S.

Temptation Island travels to Spain

Cuarzo TV, a Banijay Group company, and Mediaset España are partnering on a Spanish adaptation of Banijay Rights-owned format Temptation Island.

La Isla de las Tentaciones sees couples at a pivotal stage in their relationships travelling to an island where their bonds will be tested as they spend time with 20 eligible men and women. By the end, each couple will have to decide if they’re ready to commit to each other or go their separate ways.

The Spanish series will be executive produced by Cuarzo TV’s Juan Ramón Gonzalo.

The commission follows several international sales of the format, including TVNZ (New Zealand), RTL Nederland (Netherlands), and RTL and TV Now (Germany).

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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