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The French adaptation of Nippon TV's entertainment format “Silent Library”
produced by Ah! Production is set to stream on MYTF1 MAX starting April 15

2022.04.15


Nippon TV, Japan's leading multiplatform entertainment powerhouse, announced today that Ah! Production, one of France's leading production companies and a Satisfaction Group company, has finalized the production of the French-language version of Nippon TV's entertainment unscripted format “Silent Library”.
Titled “Silent Library-Si tu fais du bruit… C'est fini!-" (If you make noise, you lose!), 8 episodes will start to stream on MYTF1 MAX, the TF1's online platform from April 15th 2022.

Silent Library has been a successful original segment on the long-running entertainment show "Downtown No Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!" airing on Nippon TV. During the show, all sorts of silly and bizarre pranks are given to the contestants; however, they must keep silent and not burst out laughing at all times no matter what happens because the show takes place in a library.
The show has also been successful as an unscripted format internationally, and has already been licensed to more than 15 countries including the US, the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and most recently, Thailand, Vietnam and Mongolia.

Quote from Mikiko Nishiyama, Managing Director, International Business Development, Nippon TV:
“For many years, Silent Library has triggered waves of laughter throughout Japan and is a legend among show segments. Following local versions in over 15 countries, it is an incredible honor to have the charms of this unscripted format be recognized in France at an opportune moment when the streaming market is transforming drastically. I have no doubt it will be a successful title that leaves countless viewers in stitches.”

Quote from Antoine Henriquet, founder and CEO of Ah! Production:
“We are very excited by this adaptation of Silent Library. We have always been very fond of this format and cannot wait for the French audience to discover it and have as much fun watching it as we did, making it!”

Read more (link to NIPPON TV)