Discovery-owned TLC Germany has signed on for a local adaptation of Armoza Formats’ Sex Tape.
In addition to the show, the channel has also picked up finished tape of Channel 4’s version of the format, alongside Belgium’s VIJF adaptation.
Most recently, Finnish commercial broadcaster Nelonen commissioned the show, with Yellow Film & TV set to produce.
Produced by Armoza Formats, Sex Tape (60-90 minutes) is a social experiment that finds three couples trying to fix their relationships by filming their love lives for a whole week.
They then meet the other two couples, and under the guidance of a top sex therapist, they will reveal their uncensored tapes to each other.
Local adaptations for Sex Tape follow ITV Studios’ acquisition of Armoza Formats over the summer.
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, said: “Sex Tape gives viewers a unique and truthful approach to relationships by bringing to the screens a key element that is often considered taboo for public discussion. We are thrilled to be working with TLC and Discovery on this format, who are the natural partners to bring Sex Tape to Germany.”