Armoza Formats, the Israeli content creator and distributor, boasting of catalog of 90 formats reaching some 35 countries, has long been a major player in the Israeli TV game. The company has dabbled in all genres: its psychological crime-thriller “Bnei Aruba,” which broke onto the scene at 2013’s Mip, was snatched up for U.S. adaptation by CBS that same year and aired simultaneously for American audiences under the title “Hostages.”
Armoza also made major waves with his docu-reality format “Mehubarim,” which was bought by AOL as “Connected” and turned the tables on reality television by placing the cameras directly in the hands of the show’s stars. Armoza sold the format for adaptation to 22 countries.
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