On Sunday, the live-action concept “Jaget” premiered on TVNorge, in which four celebrity couples escape from a team of detectives, in true “cops and thief” style.
Among the celebrities we find Princess Märtha Louise (52), Tinashe Williamson (38), Peter Shervin (55), Odd-Björn Helmist (51), Morten Hegseth (37), Vegard Harm (27), Peter “Katasrov” Christiansen (34). ) and Christine Danke (39).
Despite the fact that Warner Bros. Discovery is clearly rejoicing in its high viewership during its first weekend, and it seems the reality concept wasn’t necessarily to everyone’s taste.
Drammen Tidendi I have discussed this issue before.
Aftenposten He calls the series a pointless celebrity chase and rolls the dice.
“Unless Martha Louise and Tinashe Williamson finish starting their own ghost hunter company within the next few episodes, Jaget remains a completely meaningless series,” reviewer Ingrid Öbergjord wrote.
Furthermore, she describes the concept as “picky.”
“I quickly lose interest in the other six celebrities in this annoying concept. The show doesn’t take the time to introduce them, but takes it for granted that we know them.”
VGTor reviewer Martin Bøe wrote that the series is “almost as fun as playing hide-and-seek alone”.
“Following the moose hunt that began as recently as this year minute-by-minute in any local backcountry newspaper is more intense and exciting than ‘The Hunt.’ “There are also much bigger things at stake,” Bøe writes, giving the series its second throw of the dice.
also Stavanger Aftenblad They are uncompromising in their review.
“TVNorge’s new concept of celebrities on the run reinforces above all my desire to escape from celebrities.”
In a press release issued by Warner Bros. Discovery Monday, a total of 234,000 Norwegians apparently watched the premiere.
This gave a 38.6 per cent share in the target trade group (viewers aged 25-59).
– This is a great start for a brand new show on TVNorge, of such proportions that we never dared to dream. Obviously, reality shows and celebrities can still captivate people, as long as the production is good enough. The first episode is used to establish the rules and concept, while there will be more action and fun throughout the season, says Magnus Vaten, editor-in-chief at TVNorge and director of programming at Warner Bros. Television. Discovery.
Dagbladet attempted to contact Warner Bros. Detecting to comment, so far without success.
Kine Falch, who works for Dagbladet and Se og Hør’s “Rød Løper”, takes part in the TV show “Jaget”. Flash was not involved in the editorial reviews for the series. Editors perform independent editorial evaluations.
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