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Greece’s Barking Well to adapt BBC format All Together Now for Alpha TV

All Together Now debuted on BBC One in the UK in 2018

NATPE BUDAPEST: Greek broadcaster Alpha TV has commissioned Athens-based indie Barking Well Media to produce a version of UK entertainment format All Together Now.

The Greek version of the format will premiere on Alpha later this year, after a deal between the commercial network and the format’s distributor, Banijay Rights. All Together Now started life on BBC One in 2018.

The news of the Greek version was announced on the first day of the Natpe Budapest conference in Hungary today.

The deal comes soon after Banijay licensed Australian format The Hundred into Greece, where it had its first international adaptation on Star Channel recently. The Greek series is produced locally by Green Pixel.

Both agreements were negotiated by Robin Pollok, VP of sales for Africa, Middle East, Greece and Israel at Banijay Rights, who said: “Greece has long been fertile ground for entertainment programming.”

Originally created by Banijay UK-owned Remarkable TV for BBC One and now selling into over 18 markets, All Together Now sees vocalists perform in front of an audience of 100 established singers.

The Hundred, meanwhile, aired its second season on Nine Network in Australia in February, having been created by Screentime Australia/Endemol Shine Australia. It aims to find out who Australians really are by finding 100 members of the public who are polled on various issues.


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