The Four Licensed In Lithuania

Armoza Formats has announced today that hit prime time singing competition, The Four, has been commissioned in Lithuania. The latest adaptation is set to air on leading broadcaster LNK TV in 2019.

Last week at MIPCOM, it was announced that Brazilian broadcaster Record TV and Greece’s ANTENNA TV (ANT1 TV), a member of the international media and entertainment network Antenna Group, have both licensed the show as well.  

Developed and produced by Armoza Formats, in The Four (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 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. 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 final four battle against each other?

Jurgis Jefremovas, Program Director at LNK, “LNK group broadcasts the most popular music shows, based on the best global formats, every weekend for many years. Now it is time to introduce “the next big thing”! We are proud to acquire ‘The Four’ format which we believe will be a new trend setter for many seasons. We are very happy and eager to offer this show to our Lithuanian viewers who expect us to keep up the pace with fresh global trends.”

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, “‘The Four’ brings a much-needed new twist to the prime time music competition genre and this is why there is such a growing interest in the show. We are happy to be working with LNK to bring ‘The Four’ to a new European territory and look forward to this special format’s continued growth.”