Not even a week ago Grand Final of the Survivors and Telecinco is already revving up its engines to engage audiences in a new reality show: nightmare in paradise. The chain does not want to let a lot of time pass between one and the other and for this it already warns in the networks that the dripping of the names of the participants begins.
“Confirmations begin!”, announces in a tweet the official account of the new program, “tomorrow in Save me we will meet the first official candidate. And to get viewers to kick off their theories, the tweet comes with a hint: “I have worked with the greatest of television and radio”while pointing out what is happening »from DJ to farmer ».
So the first signature (of the 16 who will complete the cast) seems to be a man devoted to the world of music and who has been very public. A description that led several tweeters to think that it could be Kiko Rivera.
It will be Nightmare in Paradise with Lara Álvarez and Carlos Sobera
Nightmare in Paradise will be the big professional opportunity for Lara Álvarez, after years as a co-host of survivors. The Asturian, who precisely this Thursday 28 had even more importance when give the check to Alejandro Nieto as format winner, will be in charge of the weekly galas of this new reality show. In addition, it will transfer the daily life of coexistence on the farm to the spaces of access prime time who will be part of the television coverage of the contest
Carlos Sobera, whom we saw again one more year in Survivors: No Man’s Landwill take care of driving weekly format discussionsin which the most striking moments will be analyzed with the interventions of various collaborators and parents and friends of the candidates.
Third Spanish version of ‘The Farm’
The farm it’s a reality show of coexistence in which its protagonists must collaborate to move forward in a rural environment, without the comforts that society has incorporated throughout the last century.
The format has been adapted in 30 countries, among which Norway (24 editions), Sweden (17 editions), Brazil (14 editions), France, Italy, Greece and Hungary stand out. In Spain, we have known it under two different titles: Antena 3 broadcast a first version, La ferme, which had two editions, in 2004 and 2005. Six years later, Telecinco adapted it in Acorralados, in 2011 .