Zodiak Rights has rolled out its multi-award winning family entertainment game show format Wild Things – co-owned by IWC Media, Mad Monk and GroupM Entertainment – to a host of territories, as five local adaptations are signed in Europe, Asia and Latin America in its first year of release.

Originally produced for Sky1 in the UK, where a second extended season is soon to debut, Wild Things challenges partners to work together for a chance to walk away with a cash prize that lies deep within the Wild Wood. 

Following successful adaptations in Russia and Belgium, and a local version currently underway in China, a new commission of Wild Things in Latin America is now in production by Peppermind for Telefe TV Channel at a dedicated hub in Argentina.

Wild Things launched in the UK on Sky1 in 2015, with a 6 x 60’ series airing in primetime on Sundays and an extended second season of 8 x 60’ episodes set to launch in April this year. The first country to sign the format was Russia, with CTC ordering 16 x 60’ episodes for production by Mastiff Russia; closely followed by Belgium, where a 7 x 60’ series, produced by Zodiak Belgium, aired on VTM as part of the channel’s Red Nose Day season.