Armoza’s The Four Soon To Air In Peru
Armoza Formats’ hit prime time singing competition, The Four, has now been commissioned in Peru by leading broadcaster Latina. Airing under the name Los 4 Finalistas, the local adaptation will comprise a first season of 19 episodes, set to air live in prime time starting this week.
This news follows the recent announcement of a commission of the format in Romania by Antena 1 and the second season announcement in the US by FOX. The format has now been taken in 18 territories.
In The Four (13 x 90-120’), for the first time on TV, the four superstar-quality finalists will be announced in the season premiere, starting where other music competitions end. Selected by the panel of top music industry judges, only the best will make the final four and live like VIPs from the start. But they shouldn’t get too comfortable, because in a singing competition more extreme and more exhilarating than any other, in every episode they will have to face talented hopefuls trying to steal their seat. Anyone can become a contestant at any time via submissions on the dedicated app, but only the best will be able to challenge the four finalists. Who will manage to win the audience’s hearts and hold on to their spot? And in the season finale, who will be crowned the winner when the four battle against each other?
Susana Umbert, Entertainment Director at Latina, “Latina's years of experience in international singing formats has prepared us for the launch of the most ambitious format in the history of Peruvian television ‘Los 4 Finalistas’. With the most powerful voices of the country competing in a competition "to death", an international-level jury made up of mega stars of world music, and the return to TV of the most beloved star of Peruvian rock, we are proud to be bring this show to Peru.”
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, “With the global success of ‘The Four’, we are thrilled that Latina will be airing not only the first Latin American adaptation but also the first live version of the format. We strongly believe that this will further enable the emotional connection that viewers will create with the format.”