1. All Together Now

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    Emotions run high as the hopefuls step out onto the stage to sing in front of a carefully selected studio chorus a handpicked cast of 100 great singers, and it is these 100 that decide each contestants fate.

    If any of The 100 like what they hear, they dont just vote with a button or turn of a chair they can stand up and join in. The more who join in, the higher the contestant scores and only the highest scorers remain in the competition. In each episode, a whole range of contestants perform. They can be individuals, duos or groups, from all kinds of musical backgrounds – and theyre all bidding to win the most voices out of The 100. With each new performance it becomes a battle of survival as only the top 2 can go through to the final the highest placed singer is sent through automatically with a tense sing off between 2nd and 3rd for the remaining spot.

    The 100 remain constant across the series a diverse and brilliant group of singers with their own musical credentials. With big voices and even bigger opinions, their cross-section of musical tastes make for varied reactions to each contestant. The 100 rehearse as an ensemble beforehand so they know all the songs but have no idea whos coming out to perform. But when they all rise to join in as one, the sound is truly spine-tingling.

    The grand final is a star studded studio event which sees the top 2 performers from each heat battle it out to win the grand prize. The top 3 with the highest scores then perform in a three way sing off with the ultimate winner taking home 50,000 prize money. From emotional reactions to moments that make you laugh-out-loud, its always broad, inclusive and warm-hearted. An entertaining people show from start to finish.

  2. Big Brother

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    On 16th September 1999, nine housemates moved into a purpose-built house in the Netherlands, equipped with 24 cameras.  Having contact with the outside world, the housemates were watched 24/7 by Big Brother.   The first episode aired on Dutch broadcaster Veronica (RTL), and a cultural phenomenon was born.

    Since then, Big Brother has taken the world by storm.  480 series have aired across 62 markets, producing over 28,000 episodes.  More than 7,000 housemates have spent over 35,000 days in the house.  Over 5,000 live evictions have taken place, drawing huge audiences across the globe.

    Twenty years on, Big Brother is enjoying a global resurgence.  This iconic reality format continues to deliver hit primetime ratings in long-running markets such as the US, Canada, Brazil, Italy, Spain, Israel, and the Philippines, and continues to evolve, with high profile returns confirmed for 2019 and 2020 in Australia, Germany, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Greece and beyond.

    Recent highlights include the first series to be filmed in a non-purpose built house (Poland), an epic 38 week series in the Philippines, and a record-breaking 1.5 billion votes for an eviction in Brazil.  New technology and remote production solutions enable producers to explore ever-increasing creative and production possibilities, whilst the unique multi-platform model has been proved to attract key younger demographics.

    In 2020, Big Brother productions are adapting to the COVID-19 crisis and continuing to provide relevant, relatable entertainment content, attracting stay-at-home viewers in their millions.

  3. Temptation Island

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    Take four couples committed to each other but at the crossroads in their relationships and send them on the most amazing vacation in paradise, separated from their partner. Although they are apart, they won’t be alone and will spend their days, and nights, in the company of attractive singles, all of them looking for love.

    For each of the couples it is now time to face their doubts and answer the question “am I really with The One or is there someone better our there for me?” In this perfect setting, life is filled with parties, romantic escapades and truthful conversations. In their search for clarity will they play seduction games and ultimately give in to temptation?


  4. Secret Life of 4 Year Olds

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    Welcome to a carefully protected high-pressure world filled with tears and laughter, drama and politics. In a special play centre rigged to capture every whisper and whimper, we see children meeting each other for the very first time. They are learning the empathy needed to make friends.

  5. Survivor

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    Sixteen people are sent to a desert island for weeks with barely the clothes on their backs. Only one will survive. Cameras follow their every move as they ruthlessly attempt to overcome the elements and each other to become the ultimate SURVIVOR , the winner of a huge cash prize.