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

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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).

84

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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?

My Kitchen Rules

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My Kitchen Rules

My Kitchen Rules

My Kitchen Rules is a competitive cooking competition show broadcast on Keshet 12.

The show have teams of two contestants with pre-existing relationships, from all over the country, competing against each other to “transform an ordinary home into an instant restaurant complete with theme and table decorations for one pressure-cooker night.”

YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

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YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

A factual format released first on ABC Australia.

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

Here and Now

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Here and Now

Here and Now

A social-political show, which deals with contemporary Israel, on the eve of the 2015 elections, in order to make the complicated political map accessible to the voters. The host of the show goes out every week to another geographic arena in order to meet and bring the voices from the field. The program documents the various shades of the Israeli society and presents the citizen’s point of view within one of the most turbulent election campaigns the country has ever known.

Hole in the Wall

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Hole in the Wall

Hole in the Wall

The human version of the videogame Tetris. In this hit game show, Players dressed in spandex and hard hats, face down a moving barrier that features ever-changing cutout shapes. They have to contort their bodies in many directions in order to fit through the wall or else end up being swept into a water pool. Players compete in teams, making coordination and quick thinking necessary to win. Teams gain or lose points depending on whether they manage to stay dry through each

The Money Drop

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The Money Drop

The Money Drop

A pair of contestants are given their prize at the start of the show- one million in cash in bundles of 25K, and all they have to do is keep hold of it. Just eight multiple choice questions stand between them and their chance to take home the money. This is played out on the Drop a fiendish device with four trapdoors, on which the answers to each question are displayed. The contestants have 60 seconds to debate and place their money on the trapdoor(s). Are they confident enough to place all of their money on one answer, or will the relentless pressure cause them to play it safe and spread their money across several answers?. As the game progresses, the questions get harder and the answers become fewer but after eight questions, whatever cash – if any – is left on the table is theirs to keep.

Who’s on Top?

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Who’s on Top?

Who’s on Top?

A unique, up-lifting gameshow where the stakes are high. Three celebrities suspended in “air pods” which are scaling in-studio towers five stories high, compete and faced with fun trivia questions. If answered correctly, the contestant’s air pod quickly ascends to the next level of the tower accumulating money as it goes, but if wrong, they plummet all the way to the basement level, leaving only their head peeking above the floor until the next round. The player who is at the highest level will make it to final round and play for the chance to win all the money accumulated by the three players throughout the gam

Five Gold Rings

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Five Gold Rings

Five Gold Rings

An iconic visual game show in which 2 competing pairs receive 5 rings to answer image, video and animation questions and place the rings on the answers in a huge interactive LED screen on the studio floor. In 5 gold rings, each pixel in the image counts, so to succeed in the game the contestants have to think fast, act quickly and be precise. At each level, the rings decrease and getting correct answers becomes a real achievement.

Project Runway

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Project Runway

Project Runway

Up-and-coming fashion designers compete against each other to win the award for the best new fashion designer. In each episode, they are given a different challenge, with specific restrictions and requirements. The challenges can range from designing haute-couture eveningwear for a famous celebrity within just 24 hours to creating exciting outfits using only supermarket items. The contestants present their designs at the end of each show on the runway, and judged by a panel of top-ranking designers. Each show ends with the winner of the challenge while another contestant is eliminated.