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On 17 December 2014, Endemol merged with fellow Apollo Global Management subsidiary Core Media, producer of American Idol, and 21st Century Fox's Shine unit, with the resulting 'mega-indie' adopting the name "Endemol Shine Group", which was a joint venture by both parent companies. Endemol has the following operations around the world: Endemol USA is the United States production branch of Endemol based in Los Angeles, California. The branch produces Endemol's popular worldwide formats for the major American TV networks, such as Fear Factor, Deal or No Deal and 1 Vs.100 for NBC; Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Show Me the Money, The One: Making a Music Star, Set for Life, and Wipeout for ABC; Exposed for MTV; Big Brother and Kid Nation for CBS; Midnight Money Madness for TBS (under the moniker Lock and Key Productions) and most recently, a game show adaptation of 20Q for GSN.Their worst faring franchise by far is The One which was canceled after four episodes.Fear Factor was canceled after six seasons; its first season is out now on DVD.In November 2013 the company launched Endemol Beyond, an international division specialising in original content for digital video platforms such as You Tube.
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.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.Another one of their shows, Big Brother has two seasons already out on DVD.While Big Brother has had the most international success to date, their most successful USA program could end up being either Deal or No Deal or Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Endemol USA created Midnight Money Madness for cable's TBS network, in which viewers can call in to play games and win money prizes.