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Endemol has specialised in formatted programming that can be adapted for different countries around the world as well as different media platforms.One notable success has been the Big Brother reality television show, with versions in many countries after the initial Dutch version.Endemol comprised a global network of operations in more than 30 countries and works with over 300 broadcasters, digital platforms and licensees worldwide.The business covers development, production, marketing, distribution, franchise management and multi-platform initiatives including digital video, gaming and apps.The company also has a portfolio of drama and comedy series including titles such as The Fall, Peaky Blinders, Hell on Wheels, Benidorm, Ripper Street, Black Mirror, Bad Education, My Mad Fat Diary, Hot in Cleveland, Kirstie, Leverage, Home and Away, Death Comes to Pemberley and The Crimson Field.Endemol was founded in 1994 by a merger of television production companies owned by Joop van den Ende and John de Mol, the name deriving from the combination of their surnames.Endemol is a Dutch-based media company that produced and distributed multiplatform entertainment content.The company annually produced more than 15,000 hours of programming across scripted and non-scripted genres, including drama, reality TV, comedy, game shows, entertainment, factual and kids programming.
In 2000, Endemol was sold to the Spanish telecom and media corporation Telefónica for €5.5 billion.Other examples include Deal or No Deal (sold to over 75 countries), The Money Drop (sold in over 50 countries), Fear Factor (sold in 30 countries) and Wipeout (sold in over 30 countries).In recent years the company has also been expanding its English language drama output with shows such as titles such as The Fall, Peaky Blinders, Ripper Street and Black Mirror in the UK and Hell on Wheels in the USA.In November 2005, 25% of Endemol was taken public, and is since then listed on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange under tmpany controlled by Silvio Berlusconi's family, and including the investment company Cyrte, in which the original co-founder John de Mol has shares.The consortium announced on 6 August 2007, that it now owned 99.54% of Endemol shares, after an offer to buy the remaining shares went through on 3 August 2007; it asked the Euronext bourse for a delisting of Endemol.
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Midnight Money Madness was canceled in October 2006 after 32 episodes, in which its successor, Take the Cake, premiered 9 July 2007, and Show Me the Money was canceled in December 2006 after only five episodes aired.