Armoza Formats has announced that Spain’s Boomerang TV has picked up two of their formats for local adaptation; social experiment Sex Tape and reality competition Curvy Supermodel. This new deal makes Spain the sixth territory to take Sex Tape after its launch for MIPTV, while Curvy Supermodel has also been acquired in six countries and will soon make its debut in Poland and Ukraine. Additionally, a second season of the plus-size modeling competition is now airing in Germany, while the finished tapes of the German version have also been licensed in Spain by Mediaset’s woman-skewed channel Divinity.
Developed by Armoza Formats and based on the Formagination idea pitched by Dr. Shelly Varod, Sex Tape (60-90’) is the must-see social experiment, where each week three couples will try to fix their relationships through a dramatic and spicy new therapy. They’ll film their love life for a week – the issues, the intimacy and the sex… They will then meet the other couples, and under the guidance of a top sex therapist they will reveal their uncensored tapes. We will see their raw and unfiltered reactions, from the laughter to the conflicts and the tears, but will the new perspective that they get from the experience change their relationship?
Produced by Tresor TV, Curvy Supermodel (120’) is set to change how we define beauty, in a nationwide casting show that searches for the face of the future – with power, style and curves. Only the best will be selected out of thousands looking to find a place in the tough and discriminative modeling industry, and will confront their issues and face challenges that will prepare them for their career. An expert jury will mentor them and choose who has what it takes to continue to the next episode. We’ll accompany them on their inspiring journeys, and while all will defy society’s stereotype, only one will win the title and the modeling contract.
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, “We are thrilled to be working on these two strong and empowering formats with Boomerang TV and to be taking them to Spain. Both ‘Sex Tape’ and ‘Curvy Supermodel’ bring emotional stories to the screen, engaging the audiences with universal, relevant and real topics.”