“That's Love!”, the latest title from prolific production house Shelter, has secured the company’s fifth Emmy nomination. The light-hearted format, globally distributed by Be-Entertainment, has been nominated for an international Emmy in the non-scripted entertainment category. Say Sofie Peeters & Tim Van Aelst from Shelter: “We are incredibly proud of our team at Shelter and our host Jens Dendoncker. We are happy the jury noticed our authentic and ‘sweet’ format alongside the big talent – and cooking shows. It empowers us to keep creating original formats.”
Each episode of “That’s Love!” features six ‘love experiments’ based on scientific research and easily adaptable for production in other countries. All offer an entertaining mix of real emotions using real people, real stories and real love.
“Project Cupid” goes to Poland
TVN Discovery has commissioned a first series of the diversity dating format "Project Cupid" for Poland. The heart-warming format is currently in production and scheduled for a 2022 launch. Be-Entertainment represents the format internationally.
“Project Cupid,” which helps people with a mental challenge find love, scored both strong ratings and positive press in Belgium on VTM, which has commissioned a second series. John de Mol’s Talpa Network has since also ordered a local Dutch series, to air later this year on SBS6.
The format was developed and produced by Roses are Blue, the creators behind the successful diversity series “Down the Road” and the international hit format “The Way Out”.