From landmark dramas to daily dramas, game shows to talent shows, lifestyle to comedy, epic entertainment to intimate documentaries, and everything in between, we are the creative force behind many of the world’s most watched and loved shows.
Fremantle Indonesia began in 1995 with an adaptation of the classic gameshow format, Family Feud. An immediate hit, Family Feud, known as Family Fortune, in Indonesia, at that time, was followed up by a series of other gameshow successes including Child’s Play, Hot Streak, Price Is Right, Card Sharks, Let’s Make A Deal and Small Talk to name a few.
In the years that followed Fremantle Indonesia would helm bigger,
bolder and more ambitious reality TV, unscripted, tent-pole formats like Indonesian Idol, X Factor Indonesia, Indonesia’s Got Talent, Take Me Out, MasterChef and Hell’s Kitchen.
After 26 years and 4,500 plus episodes later the Fremantle Indonesia flagship format, Family Feud, currently titled, Family 100, is recognized by the Museum of Indonesia as the longest running TV series in the history of Indonesian Television.
To Date, Fremantle Indonesia has produced over 25,000 hours of prime time television, won multiple Panasonic and Asian Television Awards and garnered more than 5 billion views across multiple social platforms
Moving forward, Fremantle Indonesia continues the commitment to creating the highest quality, most engaging, irresistible entertainment and welcomes partnerships with agencies, brands and content creators to satisfy the ever increasing demand for original content, branded integrations and digital extensions.
Adding to the core business of terrestrial television production and digital content creation, Fremantle Indonesia launched, Fremantle Indonesia: Fiction, a new division, with multiple projects in the works, aiming to develop and deliver exciting and dramatic, scripted programming for the worldwide OTT [Over the Top] and VOD [Video on Demand] platforms.
Currently Fremantle Indonesia has Indonesian Idol Special Season and Family 100 on free to air national TV along with new original formats as podcasts commissioned by Spotify.