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Israel’s production house Armoza Formats has licensed its game show Babushka in Spain and France.

armoza babushkaIn Spain, the show has been acquired by regional public broadcaster TVG. The first season, locally produced by Productora Faro, comprises 65 episodes that will air daily from next week.

This agreement is the second recent deal with a Spanish regional network, as Armoza’s mini-series Vertige has also been licensed to Euskal Irrati Telebista (EITB).

In addition the French production company CBecauseTV has purchased the local rights for Babushka, becoming the sixth territory to pick up the format.

Babushka is a high-stakes prime time game show that features giant Russian Babushka dolls, which contestants must open for the chance to win money.

“We're seeing a strong trend of game shows coming back into the spotlight, and Babushka is no exception. Its exciting and dynamic game play ensures that it will keep viewers on the edge of their couches and we are thrilled to see it enter into these two key European territories,” said Avi Armoza, CEO, Armoza Formats.