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Israel has become the eighth territory to take Endemol Shine Group’s global hit format Stripped in the form of a commission by IPBC, the country’s public broadcasting corporation (IPBC).

EndemolShine 15April2019Originally created by Metronome, part of Endemol Shine Nordics, the 8 × 45’ series is said to be a thought-provoking social experiment that challenges everyday people to strip themselves of everything they own in order to find out what they really need to make them happy.

Endemol says that in an age where the average person owns far more personal items than they actually need, Stripped asks what would happen if they all disappeared in an instant? Imagine if every possession, including your mobile phone and the clothes off your back were gone. What would you do and what would change if you were no longer defined by what you owned?

Over the course of a month, participants will live by three rules: 1- All of their belongings will be taken and put into storage. 2- Each day, they can choose one thing to retrieve. 3 – They can’t buy or borrow anything, other than the basics such as food and drink, and they must carry on with their daily lives throughout the experiment. At the end of 18 days, the participants come to discover what they truly need when stripped of everything, and what’s most important in their lives.

The series has sold to seven markets so far including Finland, Germany, Sweden, the UK, the US and most recently Portugal with pre-production now beginning in Israel.

Commenting on the new commission, Lisa Perrin, Endemol Shine Group’s CEO of creative networks, said: “Stripped is a fascinating and hugely relevant series that has proven to engage people the world over, with viewers loving the fact that it really challenges them to look at their own lives and what’s important to us as a society as a whole. The concept absolutely lends itself to public service broadcasting and we can’t wait to work with IPBC on the Israeli iteration.”