Toa Sum Jas

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Toa Sum Jas
Also known asТоа сум Јас
Genre Entertainment
Reality television
Developed byGlobal Kom. & MRT
Original network MRT 1
Original release23 March 2004 (2004-03-23)

Toa Sum Jas ( Macedonian Cyrillic: Тоа сум Јас) was a reality TV show in Macedonia. [1] [2] [3] The show was the first original show worldwide. The contestants had to be closed from the outside world for 45 days in one house in Skopje. Allegedly the Dutch company Endemol that owns original Big Brother reality show has sued Toa Sum Jas for plagiarism. [4] Dragi Hristov was the winner. Broadcasting Council of Macedonia also filed a misdemeanor charges for "Extremely obscene content may adversely affect the development of young people" to the producers. [5]



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Macedonian Radio Television

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