Premiered in the US on January 4, 2018, the US adaptation of Armoza’s The Four format, titled Final Four: Battle For Stardom, has already been renewed by FOX for a second season.
The new season will once again be produced by Armoza Formats and ITV Entertainment for FOX.
“The Final Four is truly a next-generation show,” said Rob Wade, president of Alternative Series & Specials, Fox Broadcasting Company.
“It has pushed past the boundaries of traditional music competition series by focusing on recording artists in an epic battle to become a superstar. And we look forward to pushing the boundaries even further in Season Two,” he added.
The original format by Armoza Formats, The Final Four has reached other international markets like France, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, the UK, Turkey, Sweden, Portugal and Russia.
It’s the first singing competition produced in-house by Armoza Formats, in which the four finalists are announced in the first episode.
Chosen by a trio of the best judges in music, only the best will become the final four and live like VIP from the beginning. But they should not feel too comfortable, because this singing competition is more extreme and more stimulating than any other.
In each episode, talented aspirants will try to steal a seat from one of the four finalists. Anyone can become a contestant at any time through presentations in the program app, but only the best can challenge the four finalists.