Armoza Formats‘ new dating show Nobody’s Perfect has been licensed for the US by Bunim/Murray Productions, the third Israeli partnership by the Banijay Group-owned production company in a month. Bunim/Murray Productions previously picked up scripted format Screenz and unscripted Whose Closet is it Anyway? to develop into US series.
Armoza’s new reality dating format –co-created with Buzz Productions – sees prospective couples reveal their innermost secrets on the very first date.
“Dating formats continue to be some of the most beloved reality shows on air, and it’s rare to find a new spin on them. Nobody’s Perfect will connect with audiences and surprise them with its candid approach to love. We continue to look to partners like Armoza Formats to bring new and unexpected formats to the US,” said Gil Goldschein, the president of Bunim/Murray Productions.
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, added, “We are thrilled to be working with the best producers around the world, including Bunim/Murray in the US, to bring Nobody’s Perfect to the international audience. The format offers an alternative to the usual dating process, turning the genre on its head and opening it up to new audiences.”
Nobody’s Perfect has also been sold to Endemol in the Netherlands, Odeon TV in Germany and Aito Media in Finland.