New season launches in Mexico, Brazil, Hungary, and Croatia accompany strong ratings in Israel, Poland and Bulgaria
Dori Media Group’s international hit, “Power Couple”, created by Abot Hameiri, continues to resonate with audiences worldwide, with a number of new sales and new season commissions across new territories as the format’s ratings success continues with multiple seasons.
Mediaset have acquired the rights to produce the show in Italy in 2021, to become the 14th country to show the “Power Couple” format. In Mexico, Televisa has already started shooting season 2 of “Inseparables”, the format’s local name, with a great celebrity cast (40 amazing 2 hours episodes). This follows the success of the first season in Mexico, which recorded the highest ratings in the 8.30 prime-time slot. The third season of the reality format will air in Croatia in September, 5th series of 65 episodes to be launched in Brazil in May, as well as 5th season in Hungary this year.
These latest commissions follow the success of the first season in Poland on TVN, as well as hugely successful runs in Bulgaria for its second season and in Israel for season three.
Nadav Palti, CEO & President of Dori Media Group commented: “The latest sales and commissions of new seasons for Power Couple, across so many territories in 2021, reflect the show’s on-going ratings success. The show’s longevity around the world is down to its authenticity, as viewers go through each couple’s journey in the show. It has been a difficult time for viewers and broadcasters alike, with fresh, high quality content in high demand. Power Couple provides fresh, high quality content just at the time our audiences need it the most.”
“Power Couple”, created by Abot Hameiri, gives couples extreme challenges to test how well they really know each other. In this game, couples can convert the closeness of their relationships and their knowledge of each other into big cash prizes. “Power Couple” has gained a huge success worldwide. After piloting in original in Israel is was sold in total to over a dozen countries