Stars In Danger lands in Peru, signs second season in Spain

Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 27-01-2014

Banijay's International format Stars In Danger: The High Dive continues to be sold all around the world, with the company announcing that Peru's America TV has signed a new prime time version, while the Spanish version co-produced with Cuarzo for Mediaset's Telecinco has renewed for a second season to air in 2014.

The 13x90' Peruvian version of the show is already being pre-produced with local GV Producciones. The deal, which was announced during the first day of NAPTE, was concluded by Sony Pictures Television Latin America, which represents Banijay's format in the region. Stars In Danger has been also acquired by Chile's Chilevisión, Denmark's TV3, Sweden's TV3, Norway's TV2, China's Jiangsu Television and Turkey's Show TV, among others.

"We're very pleased to secure this new deal with America TV in Peru, further extending the reach of Stars in Danger in Latin America," said Sebastian Burkhardt, Banijay's head of sales. "We're looking forward to securing even more new deals at NATPE this week as the global roll-out of the show continues."

Stars in Danger: The High Dive was developed by Banijay Group company Brainpool and has been a ratings winner for German commercial broadcaster ProSieben over nine seasons since 2004.