ESG Digital Catalogue Entertainment MIPCOM 2018

2 Finished Programmes 2018 Entertainment Entertainment Finished Programmes 2018 3 1 vs 100 The only game show where losing is as thrilling as winning Contestants match wits in a series of multiple choice questions, with one contestant being eliminated every round. But, unlike other game shows, the eliminated contestant is ejected from the show in the most dramatic way imaginable. Imagine human cannons, helicopters, runaway cars, rockets, catapults and bungees… then add freezing water, terrifying heights and a little humiliation. The show culminates with four finalists in the ultimate round. The one who answers the last question correctly walks away with the cash prize - the others are fired off the show empty handed. Original Broadcaster: BBC Original Producer: Initial Film & Television Original Territory: UK Season 1: 8 x 60’ USA Season 1: 6 x 60’ HD One person against 100 others for a chance to win a large cash prize One of the most highly recognised quiz shows around the world. A single contestant goes up against 100 opponents known as “the Mob,” in a series of multiple-choice questions. The contestant must correctly answer as many questions as they can to stay in the game and earn the most cash. Their prize money increases as “Mob” members are eliminated for answering incorrectly. The player can quit at any time or risk losing all of his accumulated prize money to the remaining “Mob” members. If the contestant manages to eliminate all 100 “Mob” members, he claims the top cash prize. Original Broadcaster: BBC Original Producer: Initial Film & Television Original Territory: UK Season 1-4: 16 x 35’ & 16 x 45’ USA Season 1-2: 28 x 60’ Australia Season 1: 40 x 60’ A Chance to Dance The BalletBoyz set out to find the most talent dancers for a new American dance company A Chance to Dance is an Ovation original series produced by Nigel Lythgoe and Simon Lythgoe ( So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol ), two of the most successful producers of reality competition series in television history. The series follows the ex-royal ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, renowned for their unique form of contemporary dance, as they audition and train a new American dance company. Through the course of seven episodes, they travel to three distinctly American cities on a quest to find 12 undiscovered, world-class dancers. If the dancers have what it takes, they’ll headline a new dance company in New York City and make their debut in a vibrant new show. Original Broadcaster: Ovation USA Original Producer: Nigel Lythgoe Productions (NLP), Legacy Productions Original Territory: USA 7 x 60’ HD Behind-the-scenes of the LA KISS Arena Football team's inaugural season ‘4th and Loud ’ takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the LA KISS Arena Football team’s inaugural season. With owners Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of KISS fame, along with additional owners, long-time KISS manager Doc McGhee, managing partner/owner Brett Bouchy and president/owner Schuyler Hoversten, as they and the dedicated players and coaches work to give arena football a rock and roll makeover and turn LA’s first professional football team in years into a winning franchise. Rock n’ Roll and sports will collide as two of entertainment’s biggest showmen try to once again break all the rules. From Arena Rock to Arena Football, KISS the rules goodbye. Original Broadcaster: AMC Original Producer: Thinkfactory Media Original Territory: USA 10 x 60’ HD 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow 4th and Loud

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