Bunim/Murray Productions, best known The Real World, The Bad Girls Club and Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has licensed the Israeli dating series format Nobody’s Perfect for the U.S. This is not to be confused with the short-lived 1980s ABC sitcom of same name. In the dating show iteration of Nobody’s Perfect, couples reveal personal secrets on a first date to find out if that’s the best way to forge a relationship. While Bunim/Murray has snagged U.S. rights, Endemol has picked up the new format (created by Buzz Productions and Armoza Formats) in the Netherlands, Odeon in Germany, and Aito in Finland, reports RealScreen. “Dating formats continue to be some of the most beloved reality shows on air, and it’s rare to find a new spin on them,” Bunim/Murray president Gil Goldschein said in the announcement.
Bunim/Murray Licenses Israeli Dating Series Format for U.S. Market
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