Warner Bros. Sells Nude Dating Show 'Adam Looking for Eve' in Germany, Spain

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"Adam Looking For Eve"

The deals for the non-fiction format from reality giant Eyeworks are the first since Warner Bros. acquired Eyeworks' international operations in June.

Warner Bros. International Television Production has signed two new major territory commissions for Adam Looking for Eve, a nude dating show format created by Dutch group Eyeworks.

Commercial broadcasters RTL in Germany and Cuatro in Spain have commissioned local versions of the show, which was a hit in its original airing in the Netherlands on RTL5.

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Adam Looking for Eve is a twist on traditional matchmaking shows. Contestants are dropped, fully nude, onto a desert island to meet up with their potential dates.

The territory deals for the format are the first since Warner Bros. acquired all of Eyeworks' operations outside of the United States.

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In addition to Adam Looking for Eve, the Dutch group is known for such reality hits as The Biggest Loser and celebrity diving show Splash.

Warner Bros.' Eyeworks deal, which the studio completed last month, follows WBTVG's acquisition of U.K. production house Shed Media in 2010 and European company BlazHoffski in 2011.

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