Armoza Formats dating show Queens Of Love has been picked up in Spain.
Spanish Time Hunter and El Clásico prodco Mediacrest has optioned the rights to the title, which was a TBI Hot Pick for this year’s MIPCOM market.
Developed by ITV Studios-backed Armoza, Queens Of Love (60 minutes) finds three drag queens coming to the aid of a hopeless single by auditioning four potential suitors, setting up various dates and analysing and critiquing each partner, holding nothing back.
Josetxu Palenzuela, chief content officer and head of international business for Mediacrest, said: “Queens Of Love is the prefect programme for the Spanish market given the growing trend of ‘drag queens’ on television around the world.
“Through some fascinating characters that will delight all viewers, the series offers both entertainment and comedy, making it a visual enjoyment for any channel. With Mediacrest’s strong experience in the dating genre and formats with strong and funny characters, we are excited to be bringing this fresh format to Spain.”
Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, added: “Queens Of Love offers a fresh and stand-out take on the popular dating genre by introducing the best advisors for troubled singles – three outrageous drag queens – as they journey to find their perfect match. With their insights into both worlds, these queens offer the truest and most authentic understanding of the world of dating and we are thrilled that Mediacrest has taken this hilarious show for Spain.’