This week Passion Distribution announces 3 re-commissions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark as the programme has been renewed by MTG (Modern Times Group).
This week Passion Distribution announces 3 re-commissions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark as the programme has been renewed by MTG (Modern Times Group). Options have also been concluded since MIPCOM in France and Netherlands. PARADISE HOTEL has been produced in 12 territories including USA, Russia and Israel.
Worldwide over 1800 episodes and 34 seasons have been have been produced of the hit format with content additionally servicing broadcasters' digital platforms. PARADISE HOTEL is from Mentorn Media (An Idiot Abroad, Hotel of Mum and Dad and World’s Angriest), one of the UK’s most successful and long running independent production companies.
PARADISE HOTEL is an addictive prime time reality competition which features 11 sexy singles given the opportunity to live a life of luxury in an exclusive resort, cut off from all communication with the outside world. Whilst the singles have every opportunity to couple up together, on the other hand they must scheme against each other if they want to stay in the game and win a life changing sum of money. In PARADISE HOTEL, their every move is captured by hidden cameras. Amidst dramatic twists and tactical game-play, the contestants can face elimination and being replaced by a newcomer. The newcomer must split up an existing couple if they want to remain in Paradise.
Sally Miles, CEO of Passion Distribution commented: 'PARADISE HOTEL is the hit that keeps on giving and its enjoying a major resurgence. All over the world, viewers have been fascinated by the compelling mix of romance and betrayal that the PARADISE HOTEL format presents. Key to this resurgence and success is that it attracts millennials and also works so well cross platforms and services. We look forward to confirming further seasons in the coming months.'
Morten Mogensen, Chief Content Officer, MTG Free-TV Scandinavia commented: ‘PARADISE HOTEL has been one of the most popular formats on our channels across Scandinavia, and has been on air for 10 seasons in Denmark alone. What makes this show work so well for us is that it attracts great audiences and engagement on our TV3 main channels and on our video on demand services. In Sweden, we have even done a supporting studio show that is only available online for the avid fans, which has also been announced for Norway.’