Grab It, Hold It, Count It is a 60-minute format from Zodiak Rights parent Zodiak Media and ABC in Japan. Each episode sees couples enter a “wacky wonderland” where they take on crazy challenges in a mansion to win cash, with the only rules being to grab hold of the money, hold on to it and count it.
Elsewhere on the slate, Versus comes from Kanakna in Belgium and was originally developed by RDF Television; Judgement Day, from RDF West for the UKs Channel 4, sees slighted hotel, shop and restaurant owners come face-to-face with online detractors; and The Proposers, produced by ALASKA for Lifetime UK, is a 6x60mins show about a pair of proposal planners.
Folk Food Fair is a 60-minute format from Mastiff Denmark originally for TV2, while Crazy Beaches is an interactive series “following bonkers Brits on a hedonistic holiday in Malia” from RDF TV and originally for ITV2.
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