The Arabic version of the format YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

-->

The Arabic version of the format YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

Each episode asks controversial questions sourced from the public to a minority Israeli population including people of transgender, Ex-prisoners, refugees and more.

The show aims to offer insight into the lives of marginalized communities and break down stereotypes

Still Standing

An exciting prime-time gameshow in which one contestant takes on 10 opponents in nerve-wracking head-to-head trivia duels until he is left the last one standing. The show offers contestants the chance to win $1 million by beating ten opponents in a series of 10 fast-paced and dramatic trivia matches. As the clock winds down, contestants fight to be the last one still standing. If they are left scrambling for the answer, they will be literally dropped out of the game – straight through the floor of the studio!
The show is an original format of July-August productions, which have won the Israeli Academy awards for 3 years in a row (2015-1017) and has commissioned 5,000 episodes globally (US, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, China, Brazil and Greece).

BLOCK OUT

-->
BLOCK OUT

BLOCK OUT

In this fun and hilarious format, two teams of four players – each with their backs literally against a wall – battle it out in a variety of physical games, combining trivia, strategy, and chance. The teams’ identical walls comprise of more than 100 giant blocks. Across several nail-biting games, wrong answers and bad judgments see blocks push out in a variety of combinations and speeds, forcing contestants into crazy positions to try and avoid being knocked into the pit below.

Created by Nippon TV and July August productions

More than 100 episodes on Channel 7 Thailand sold to Indonesia and Vietnam

84

-->
84

84

A unique social experiment that brings together elderly people in a retirement community with a group of 4-year-olds. The show follows 10 retirement home residents and 10 pre-school aged children, who spend time with each other playing games and participating in different planned and mixed activities.

Could this encounter between young and old help transform the lives of the elderly?