Established in 2005, Kuperman Productions is one of Israel's leading content development and TV production companies, specializing in reality-documentary and variety formats.
The company has produced some of Israel's most successful and highly rated shows, which generated public debate among Israelis and worldwide media coverage.
Established in 2005, Kuperman Productions is Israel's leading production company.
Kuperman produces international formats in addition to developingand producingoriginal formats.
The company is always looking to create shows that are unique and powerful – in particular formats that integrate new media and social networks.
Kuperman creates content in various genres – drama, comedy, kids, entertainment, reality, game-shows and more.
In a relatively short period Kuperman Production has reached a top position in Israeli TV market, dominating various genres and taking home the Israeli Academy awards for best comedy show, best reality show and best children's show as well as the international Emmy for best comedy show.
The company's shows, both scripted and non-scripted; dominate ratings charts as well as public interest and enjoys high media attention.
Kuperman’s production of Big Brother for Keshet has become the most successful show on television in the past decade.
The company's productions of Super Nanny, Wife Swap, Hell's Kitchen and many other shows also enjoy high ratings and critical acclaim.
Among the company's international successes is Traffic Light, Israel's most popular sitcom. The international EMMY award winner show was recently sold to American Fox network and went on the air in February 2011. It was also sold to a Russian CTC and is currently broadcast there.
Kuperman Productions is the only Israeli company to have sold three formats to the United States – Honey Please, The Successor and , Traffic Light.
"Uri Geller finding the successor", Kuperman’s productions original format, has been sold to ProSieben (Germany) SBS6 (Holland) and TV2 (Hungary), and the U.S. version titled "Phenomenon", which aired on NBC in 2007, sold to CTV
(Canada) and Ch9 (Australia).