Dance Revolution Licensed In Lithuania

Armoza Formats has today announced that Dance Revolution, the prime time dance competition from Québecor Content and Fair-Play that originally aired on Canada’s TVA, has now been commissioned in Lithuania. The local adaptation has been licensed by leading broadcaster LNK to air in Fall 2019.

After its successful first season in Canada, where it became one of the country’s most popular entertainment shows, a second season has been commissioned by TVA and is due to air in 2019. Most recently it was announced that Dance Revolution had been optioned in France by Reservoir Prod, a Lagardère Studios company, and in Spain by prodco Globomedia.

Dance Revolution (11x90’) is the prime time dance show that welcomes all dancers to compete and be judged with a 360˚ shot of their most spectacular “Revolution” moment using state-of-the-art technology. In every stage, the three masters will have the help of the Revolution moments – capturing the dancers’ precise and timeless movements to make sure that they make the right decision. The dancers’ performances and the breath-taking Revolution moments will decide the four finalists, who will showcase their talent in the hope of winning the $100k grand prize.

Jurgis Jefremovas, Program Director at LNK, As the leading broadcaster, we perceive the new fall season like a revolution – fighting to bring only the best shows to our viewers. That is how we stay on top. This season, we at LNK have once again chosen to partner with Armoza Formats, a frontrunner in staging their own powerful uprisings by transforming traditional entertainment genres into something completely fresh and contemporary, and this time our joint Revolution for the Lithuanian market is about the Dance!"

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, “‘Dance Revolution’ brings to TV a unique blend of artistry and technology, allowing viewers to experience the spectacular dance moves that the competing dancers create in a revolutionary way. We are thrilled to be partnering with LNK to bring this innovative spin on dance competitions to Lithuania.”