Speaking once again from her home, she revealed the titles of the unscripted formats that had been most adapted to local markets around the world.
The Masked Singer came top around the world, most recently for MBC in Korea. According to the WIT's CEO the similar format has been adopted by a slew of similar shows. Three are being distributed by Banijay Rights and hail from Germany, a country that was able to resume production quite soon after lockdown.
Star in the Star involveves hiding six celebrities behind a mask of special effects and make up to transform them into the music legends they've always admired, while viewers and celebrity panellist guess the famous person behind.
Second in the list was Big Brother from Endemol Shine Banijay Group, then classic hit shows Family Feud, singing talent show again from Korea I Can See Your Voice. Next, Celebrity MasterChef, followed by Dragon's Den and Top Gear.
She also noted that survival formats are the new trend and in the factual entertainment genre, like the show A Real Job: Nurses broadcast in Belgium by VTM last month, that sees five celebrities undertaking a nursing intership in a real hospital for three weeks.
The other show mentioned was The 100 broadcast in the Netherlands by NPO1 that follow the tribulations of 100 patients waiting for an organ transplant.