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British format The Hit List to have first Spanish adaptation

Topanga Crea has picked up the adaptation rights to The Hit List

Spanish production company Topanga Crea has picked up the adaptation rights to British format The Hit List from Israeli distributor Keshet International.

Created by Tuesday’s Child Televisions and originally broadcast on BBC One, the adaptation rights to The Hit List will now be adapted by Topanga Crea, together with Doble Diez, for Televisión Canaria, the public broadcaster of the Canary Islands.

The Hit List is a musical quiz show in which three pairs of contestants guess the name and artist of well-known songs.

In the UK, the format has just been renewed for a seventh season, while the show already has sales in Finland, the Netherlands and France.

Its Spanish version will have 26 one-hour episodes and will be presented by Iván Torres and Mariam Hernández.

The format is currently being produced in Doble Diez’s studios in Gran Canaria under the direction of Sergio Hernández, production by Paco Muñoz and executive production by Baldo Limón and Alejandro Ojeda of Topanga Crea and Santi Falcón Ravelo of Doble Diez.

Its premiere is scheduled for the end of the first quarter of 2024.

Kelly Wright, Director of Distribution at Keshet International, added: “The Hit List is a fun and entertaining show that keeps everyone guessing both in the studio and at home. With six seasons produced for BBC One and another on the way, it has proven to be a shiny-floor format that works.”

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