The slate includes The Virgins (left), a new reality format in which three contestants per episode are filmed as they immerse themselves in a an experience for the first time in their lives. The hour-long show was originally commissioned by Israel’s Channel 10.
Out of Canada, there is Live From my Home (right), a strippable singing competition format in which contestants compete and perform in their own home. It originally launched on Canadian specialty net TVA and won its timeslot.
Studio Glam format Double or Nothing is also on the slate. The studio show pits two contestants against one across a variety of challenges.
Comedy format Zagouri Empire (left) scooped the Israeli Television Academy prize for Best Daily Drama and the family comedy-drama follows a group of relatives forced to work together to relaunch a food business.
The other comedy drama format on the slate is Karl & Max, about two regular guys who stumble upon a body, weapon and bag of cash, propelling them into a world of organised crime. It is about to go out on Club Illico and TVA in Canada.
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, said: “Our slate this market is focused on bringing new experiences, emotions and authenticity to viewers – whether through sharing in the life-changing moments in The Virgins, in attempting never-before tried challenges in Double or Nothing or in joining talented singers country-wide in their own homes in Live From My Home.”