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Extra: Spain to get “Stripped”; Bigger Bang’s “Revolutions” goes global

Endemol Shine’s Stripped heads to eighth new market Global prodco and distributor Endemol Shine Group has sold its social experiment format Stripped (pictured) in Spain. The deal was made by Shine Iberia, part of ...
July 22, 2019

Endemol Shine’s Stripped heads to eighth new market

Global prodco and distributor Endemol Shine Group has sold its social experiment format Stripped (pictured) in Spain.

The deal was made by Shine Iberia, part of Endemol Shine Iberia, and it will see four locally-made episodes airing on Antena 3.

The Danish series was created by Metronome, part of Endemol Shine Nordics. It challenges everyday people to strip themselves of everything they own and find out what they really need to make them happy.

This marks the eighth sale of the series, following sales in Portugal, Finland, Germany, Sweden, the UK and the U.S.

Bigger Bang’s Revolutions sells in 132 territories

UK prodco Bigger Bang has sold its hit series Revolutions: The Ideas that Changed the World to 132 territories.

The 6 x 60-minute series explores the secrets behind the development of our modern world, looking at the invention of the airplane, the car, the rocket, the smartphone, the telescope and the robot.

It was produced for U.S. pubcaster PBS, where it premiered in April.

The series will be broadcast in the UK on BBC4 starting July 23, retitled as Revolutions: The Stories of Six Remarkable Inventions.

The new territories include Chad, China, North Korea, Norway, Serbia, Singapore and nearly everywhere in between.

The sales are delivered by Bigger Bang’s distribution partner BBC Studios Distribution.

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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