Prime Video has acquired the right's of the BBC Studio' game show "The 1% Club"

Prime Video has acquired the right's of the BBC Studio' game show
Prime Video today announced that it has acquired the rights to BBC Studios’ global hit game show format, The 1% Club. The U.S. series will be produced by BBC Studios Los Angeles Productions and Magnum Media and will premiere on Prime Video in the U.S. and Canada.

The 1% Club is a unique, compelling and funny game show that tests the nation’s intelligence, based on a scientific survey. This entertainment format is not about what you learned at school or your ability to memorize facts. It’s a chance to test how your brain works through a series of questions that often lead to extremely entertaining answers. Everyone is on a level playing field which means anyone can play along. Whether you’re a contestant vying for the cash prize or a viewer playing against your friends and family, answer enough questions correctly and you could earn yourself a place in the 1% Club: an elite group of people who can honestly say they’ve outwitted 99% of the population.

The 1% Club, created by Dean Nabarro and Andy Auerbach at Magnum Media and distributed by BBC Studios, has had major ratings success in Europe. Following the original top UK series produced for ITV, The 1% Club has had a strong global rise, launching internationally in the Netherlands, Australia, Germany, France, Israel, Spain, and Turkey.

The 1% Club for Prime Video will be executive produced by Ryan O’Dowd and Krystal Whitney for BBC Studios, Dean Nabarro and Andy Auerbach for Magnum Media, and Amazon MGM Studios. Wes Kauble will serve as the showrunner.