As the “Bild” newspaper reported, Sat.1 is currently working on a new reality show in which celebrities have to pay for their actions.
It is, to put it mildly, not an easy year for Sat.1. The programs “Suddenly poor, suddenly rich” and “Celebrities under palm trees” were marked by scandals and once again sparked heated discussions about the limits of reality formats. The transmitter came under heavy fire as a result. Most recently they vowed improvement, even if they don’t want to do without reality TV in the future (DIGITAL TELEVISION reported).
In fact, the next format from the station’s internal Trash TV forge is apparently already in the works. As the “Bild” reported, filming should have started on Tuesday in Austria under strict security precautions. “The hardest reality show in the world – The great celebrity penance” is the lurid title. According to “picture“It should be a mixture of” Celebrity Big Brother “and” jungle camp “. The celebrities are supposed to live in a tent camp in the Austrian mountains and repent for their past actions. In doing so, they should be confronted with their fiercest headlines, but they can also earn luxury goods. The show should be funnier and not as rowdy as “Celebrities under palm trees”, “Bild” quotes a production employee.
Under other circumstances, the alleged cast of the show would probably point to a riot. In fact, the “Bild” already names the alleged candidates of the format and in the past they were mostly noticed by all sorts of squabbles and conflicts. As the newspaper reports, the “celebrities under palm trees” participants Calvin Kleinen, Carina Spack, Matthias Mangiapane and Elena Miras will take part. Furthermore, Daniele Negroni, Gisele Oppermann, Tim Sandt, Daniel Köllerer and the ex-couple Helena Fürst and Ennesto Monté should be put in penitent shirts.
Source: DIGITAL FERNSEHEN by www.digitalfernsehen.de.
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