Banijay Rights announced new adaptations for two of its formats in Greece

Banijay Rights announced new adaptations for two of its leading entertainment programmes, “All Together Now” and “The Hundred,” with broadcasters in Greece.


“All Together Now” (UK)


Banijay Rights announced new adaptations for two of its leading entertainment programmes with broadcasters in Greece, as NATPE Budapest International gets under way. Specifically, commercial network Alpha TV has commissioned Barking Well Media to produce a first season of entertainment hit “All Together Now” to premiere later this year. The deal follows the launch of hit Australian format “The Hundred,” which recently had its first international adaptation on Star Channel in Greece, capturing a first-episode audience share of 16%. The series is produced locally by Green Pixel.

“Greece has long been fertile ground for entertainment programming, so it is thrilling to secure these landmark deals with the nation’s leading broadcasters ahead of NATPE Budapest International. From a fresh take on a traditional talent competition to an innovative entertainment show, we’re looking forward to working closely with our partners in Greece in the coming months,”  said Robin Pollok, VP Sales, Africa, Middle East, Greece & Israel at Banijay Rights and also the executive who negotiated both agreements.

Originally created by Banijay UK-owned Remarkable TV for BBC1 in the UK and now selling to over 18 markets, “All Together Now” sees a range of talented vocalists - solos and groups - perform in front of The 100, an audience of great singers with big voices and even bigger opinions.

“The Hundred,” which aired its second season on Nine Network in Australia in February, was originally created by Screentime Australia/Endemol Shine Australia and aims to find out who Australians really are. Featuring 100 everyday Australians from all over the country who are handpicked to represent their nation, in “The Hundred,” comedians and celebrities battle it out to prove who really knows Australia best.

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