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Fox’s The Four adds up to season two

The Four: Battle For Stardom was Fox’s highest-rated unscripted series in years

Fox in the US has renewed its competition singing series The Four: Battle For Stardom, based on an Israeli format, for a second season.

The show has proved a success on Fox, becoming its highest-rated unscripted series in almost four years.

The series sees contestants perform for a trio of judges before four are selected to go through to the next round and have their finalist seats challenged. The US version featured a panel with musician and record producer Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, DJ Khaled (real name Khaled Mohamed Khaled) and artist and songwriter Meghan Trainor.

“The Four is truly a next-generation show,” said Rob Wade, president for alternative series and specials at Fox. “It has pushed past the boundaries of traditional music competition series by focusing on recording artists in an epic battle to become a superstar. We look forward to pushing the boundaries even further in season two.”

The show is based on The Final Four, which was developed in-house by Israeli distributor Armoza Formats.

The format has travelled the world to territories including Australia, Russia, Asia and New Zealand. Most recently, it was picked up in Sweden and Portugal.

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, said he was amazed by the format, which has “developed into one of the most unexpected shows on television.”










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