Oct. 26 (UPI) — ITV Studios’ relationship series Adore Island is coming to Canada with a French-language model.
Quebecor Lisp of Canada has ordered the contemporary model, making it the 19th world remake of Adore Island. The series has also been picked up in Spain, Nigeria and Italy.
Productions Déferlantes and Zone 3 are co-producing the French-language adaptation with Quebecor Lisp. The point to will be filmed on Broad Canary Island.
Adore Island, which originated within the U.K., follows a crew of singles who need to couple up each and each few days to lead sure of being eliminated from a villa.
“Airing nearly in precise time, Adore Island stands out from other romantic truth displays that now we have seen up to now, because of it lets viewers play a key position in figuring out each and each contestant’s destiny. No shock this British structure has fleet turn accurate into a world phenomenon. And now, we’re delighted to lift it to Quebec audiences as we pursue our unbelievable collaboration with ITV Studios – a for sure exception companion,” Christine Maestracci, vp of acquisitions and world distribution for Quebecor Lisp said in a press release.
The U.S. model of Adore Island, which airs on CBS, ended its 2nd season in September with Justine Ndiba and Caleb Corprew declared the winners.