Bad news for Temptation Island fans, who may soon see their favorite show canceled. The scoop was revealed by the Tv Blog portal, which explained that instead of the reality show produced by Fascino PGT there will be a new project for Maria De Fillippi and her staff!
The first edition of Temptation Island had aired in 2005 with the title of “True love”. The format was brought to Italy by Maria De Filippi, which still deals with the reality. After conducting the first season the witness a Filippo Bisciglia, former competitor of Big Brother Vip.
Despite the success of the reality, that have held after year millions of viewers glued to the TV, the program is likely to do not come back Next year.
According to TvBlog, in fact, the PGT charm (television production company owned by Maria De Filippi and of RTI) she would not be able to reach a agreement with the society which holds the international rights of the format, there Banijay. What will happen to the program?
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Temptation Island at risk of closure?
It seems that for the next season fans of Temptation Island they will have to give up theirs favorite show. According to some indiscretions, in fact, due to a no agreement between the two production houses, the PGT charm and the Banijay, reality is likely to not be aired.
In its place, however, a new program: Last Stop, always produced by Charm.
“The details of the new transmission for the moment they remain top secret, but the rumor circulates according to which it would have how protagonists from the couples and could resume a old project, never went to port “.
we read on portal by BlogTv.
“In conclusion, Maria De Filippi would be planning to make a Temptation Island all his own, also in consideration of the fact that i rights of production of the format are still today of Charm”.
continues the site, which indicates Stefano De Martino like conductor. It will really be the former dancer of Friends conductor the new program? Is that feedback will have, on the public, the new show?