Formats

Zodiak Rights brings formats and Wikileaks doc to NATPE

The NATPE slate from Zodiak Rights includes new entertainment formats, pre-existing successful formats and a doc on Wikileaks.
January 24, 2011

The NATPE slate from Zodiak Rights includes new entertainment formats, pre-existing successful formats and a doc on Wikileaks.

New 90-minute format Family Explorer (w/t) is the first ever family adventure game show, where five families camp out for 20 days and endure physical tests in hopes to win a cash prize. The final challenge sees the remaining contestants race to a waiting helicopter with room for only two fo the families, and the winner is revealed in a live show.  Family Explorer (pictured), an Adventure Line Productions, will premiere on France’s TF1 in spring 2011.

Zodiak Rights will also have Cookery School (50 x 60′ + format), a series with amateur chefs bidding to stay in a top cookery school, taught by a celebrity chef. It is produced by Red House TV for Channel 4.

The Call is an hour game show format where contestants have to make prank calls to win prizes, and is produced by Neo Networks for Italia 1.

Zodiak also has a 30-minute hidden camera format, Deal With It!, where a production team secretly approaches members of the public  to take part in a game show. The Deal With It! format is currently in production in nine territories including Germany, the Ukraine, Romania, Israel and most recently, Greece’s Antenna. Deal With It! is a format created by Israel’s Keshet Broadcasting and United Studios.

Other formats include one-hour singing series Sing If You Can,  40-minute format The Best Singers, where famous singers perform others’ hits; and That’s My Kid, a one-hour entertainment format.

Lastly, Zodiak Rights will offer Wikileaks: War, Lies and Videotapes (1×55′), which is an in-depth look at Wikileak’s revelations and what was left out. Wikileaks: War, Lies and Videotapes is written and directed by Paul Moreira and Luc Hermann and produced by Premières Lignes.

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Andrew Jeffrey joined Realscreen in 2021 as its news editor. Here, he helps to oversee assignment, reporting and editing for Realscreen's daily newsletter. Prior to his work covering documentary and non-fiction film and TV, he worked as a reporter and associate producer for CBC Edmonton, and as a reporter for The Star Calgary, where he covered daily news on beats such as local and provincial politics, health care and harm reduction, sports and education. His work has appeared in other Canadian news outlets such as TVO, the Edmonton Journal and Avenue Magazine.

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