Curvy Supermodel Posed For The Netherlands
Armoza Formats’ prime time reality competition, Curvy Supermodel, has been commissioned in the Netherlands. The show, which will comprise of 8 episodes, will air on RTL5 in spring 2018 and will be produced by Tuvalu.
Most recently, the model competition began airing a successful first season in Poland on Polsat. The Polish adaptation premiered with a 16% share in its main target group (16-49), beating the channel’s competitors in the time slot. Additionally, this first episode was watched by over 1.7 million viewers.
Originally produced by Tresor TV, Curvy Supermodel (120’) is set to change how we define beauty, in a nationwide casting show that searches for the face of the future – with power, style, and curves. Only the best will be selected out of thousands looking to find a place in the tough and discriminative modeling industry, and will confront their issues and face challenges that will prepare them for their career. An expert jury will mentor them and choose who has what it takes to continue to the next episode. We’ll accompany them on their inspiring journeys, and while all will defy society’s stereotype, only one will win the title and the modeling contract.
Axel Kühn, Managing Director at Tresor, “We are very proud that ‘Curvy Supermodel’ is now becoming a worldwide sales success, as well as changing lives. In Germany, the format has already helped thousands of curvy women gain more self-confidence and the winners of the first two seasons have become successful models. We are very thankful to RTL2, the first broadcaster that believed in our format, and has helped us show that German formats can become worldwide format success stories.”
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, “The global growth of ‘Curvy Supermodel’ proves the strong message of challenging social stereotypes and we are thrilled by the positive response to the format which is mainly driven by its relatability to audiences worldwide. We are happy that the Netherlands is joining Germany, Poland and Brazil in the global success of the show.”