Terence Films today confirms production has begun on OPJ, South Pacific. Hitting screens later this year, the new police investigation soap opera will air on France Télévisions’ France Ô. The first order is set to be 50x26’ episodes [...]
Mastiff Sweden, a Banijay Group company, today announces a brand-new design competition for SVT - Made in Sweden. The 6-part series, set to premiere in autumn 2019, will follow amateur craftsmen as they compete to be named the [...]
The Crystal Maze will return in 2019 with all new celebrity episodes and an all new zone: The Eastern Zone. Influenced by the historic art, architecture and monuments of East Asia, the zone will feature five games rooms [...]
Child Support is a one-hour studio-based game show featuring adult contestants and priceless interactions between funny man Ricky Gervais and a group of five kids (ages 6-9 years old) who say the most unpredictable things.
Hosted by Fred Savage, contestants are asked to answer 10 open-ended questions correctly to earn the top prize. If they answer correctly, they move up the money ladder. If they answer incorrectly, the contestants have a chance to be saved by the five kids who have been asked the same question by Gervais. If the kids also get the answer wrong, the contestant leaves the game empty-handed. But if only one of the five kids gets the answer correct, the contestant has been saved, and they continue on.
Monday 7 May 1945 – the Second World War finally comes to an end and a new, brighter future beckons. In the midst of central Stockholm celebrations, two strangers come together with a quick kiss, parting company immediately after. Upper-class girl Nina and kitchen hand Calle don’t yet know that their brief encounter will come to have tumultuous consequences for many people.
For the Löwander family the end of the war comes as an immense relief. They are running Djurgårdskällaren, a high-end restaurant in the heart of Stockholm. During the war, the oldest son Gustaf has managed to keep the restaurant afloat by somewhat questionable means. He intends to carry on running it exactly the same way it has always been run.
When the middle son Peter returns home after the war, he discovers that the family restaurant is on the brink of bankruptcy. Big changes are needed to keep up with the times. Can youngest daughter Nina come to the rescue? She is fighting for the family’s approval to open a nightclub in the restaurant banquet hall, but her infatuation with Calle turns her life upside down.
The future of the restaurant develops into a full-blown family conflict. But the real decision maker is Helga, the mother, who with assistance from head chef Backe, watches over the family business. She is now faced with the challenge of keeping the family together while securing the survival of the restaurant in a new age. Over two series viewers will accompany the Löwander family and the restaurant staff through several decades of success and defeat, love affairs and conflicts, all accompanied by contemporary music and fashion.
With the rise of dating apps, looking for love has turned into a spectator sports. In this daring, modern dating show, join everyday singles who look for love from the comfort of their couches with the help of their hilarious friends and families. Swiping through prospective suitors on the show’s dedicated real-life app they’ll laugh, cringe and squirm until they meet the person of their dreams – or maybe not. Follow our lovable cast on their dates and back on the couches, as from episode to episode they keep flicking for Mr or Mrs Right. Could they find love at first swipe?
Celebrity adventure reality series in which two celebrities are cut off from the world and left to their own devices for five days on a remote island. The goal is to win as many dexterity and reflection challenges as possible in order to raise money that will be donated to a charity.