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Red Arrow Int’l sells “Married at First Sight” into Germany

German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 has picked up the remake rights to the Danish format Married at First Sight, with Red Seven Entertainment set to produce a local version.
October 28, 2013

German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 has picked up the remake rights to the Danish format Married at First Sight, with Red Seven Entertainment set to produce a local version.

An as-yet-unnamed partner in France has also acquired the program from Red Arrow International, the company claimed, in a straight-to-series deal.

Created by Red Arrow’s Snowman Productions, the format sees six single people taking the risk of marrying a stranger, and follows the outcome of their decision six weeks later. It previously aired on Denmark’s DR3.

“Talk of the town at MIPCOM and a game changer for Denmark’s DR3, Married at First Sight is the must-have reality show,” said Henrik Pabst, senior VP of global format acquisitions at Red Arrow International. “And now ProSiebenSat.1 has secured a straight-to-series order for Europe’s biggest television market – and looking at the ongoing negotiations around the world, Married at First Sight does propel the dating genre to another level.”

 

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