Armoza's "Dance Revolution" heads up to pan-Baltic and pan-African territories

The rights have been taken by Elitaz Productions, who previously produced the Lithuanian adaptation o the prime time dance show.

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Armoza Formats announced that prime time studio entertainment show, "Dance Revolution" from Québecor Content and Fair-Play that originally aired on Canada’s TVA, has now signed a pan-Baltic and pan-African deal. The rights have been taken by Elitaz Productions, who previously produced the Lithuanian adaptation.

A fourth season of the competition is currently on air on TVA. The show premiered on September 18th 2022 with almost 1.4 million viewers on average across the season, and a sky-high result of 40% market share! Managing to maintain its success with a steady 38% market share in each of the final episodes, the show has recently won another Gemeaux award for “Best Variety Art Series”.

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats,“‘Dance Revolution’ brings to TV a unique blend of artistry and technology, allowing viewers to experience the spectacular dance moves that the competing dancers create in a revolutionary way. Using its compelling content and innovative storytelling, we are sure our friends at Elitaz will bring spectacular adaptation to the Baltic and sub-Saharan Africa countries.”

"Dance Revolution" (11x90’) is the innovative prime time dance show that welcomes dancers from all styles and ages to compete and with the help of state-of-the-art technology, be judged with a 360˚ shot of their most spectacular “Revolution” moment. Dancers must begin by impressing all 3 dance industry masters to secure their spot in each stage. The masters will have the help of the Revolution moments throughout the competition – capturing the dancers’ precise and timeless movements to make sure that they make the right decision. The dancers’ performances and the breath-taking Revolution moments will decide the four finalists, who will showcase their talent in hopes of becoming the Best Revolution Dancer and winning the $100k grand prize.

Stanley Ogburie, Project Development Managerat Elitaz Productions,"We were proud to be the first implementers of this beautiful TV concept in Europe. We strongly believe it is time to bring 'Dance Revolution' to the Baltic and Sub-Saharan Africa countries and the Elitaz teams are ready to produce this amazing show in these territories.”