One of the world’s most popular reality concepts is returning to Norwegian TV screens.
14 years have passed since the program was shown in Norway.
When TVNorge and Discovery+ bring back the program, it will be the familiar version, but with a few more changes from last time, Warner Bros. Discovery writes in a press release.
Many variations on the classic date program have been successful on streaming platforms in recent years, and we believe the time has come to bring back the original version, says program director Magnus Watten.
The series will be shot in an exotic location, and about twenty women will live together, often date, and try to find a tone with their bachelors.
This time there are two bachelors, and girls have to choose in advance who they want to try their luck with.
During the check, candidates can change their mind about which undergraduate course they want to go for.
– This variant of the project was a huge hit on Swedish screens last year, and we look forward to bringing a new dimension of the ultimate dating project to Norway. We’re not quite done with casting, however, and Watten says we’re still looking for two dream princes to fill this year’s “Bachelor” roles.
Candidates should be between 25 to 35 years.