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The Circle could have been a good option, but I think I remember someone saying Netflix acquired the rights to it globally or something like that?
They’re not saying if Sophie’s hosting Love Island, only Beauty and the Geek... weird.
I am most looking forward to Love Island Australia.
Channel 10 apparently weren’t interested in “Big Brother” in 2019 and now they didn’t get the “Australian Idol” revival which was strongly rumoured to be happening in their 2021 upfronts.
I can’t help but feel like they have missed two big opportunities here which could have really benefited them (and the quality of show for viewers).
They were originally on 10. Famously known as “10” shows but now we are probably going to get mediocre versions of these.
10 are fools. I think they will regret not snapping these up in the next five years.
True they should be looking for fresh ideas but the thing about TV is everything old becomes “new” again.Or they are looking for vibrant fresh new ideas to take to them to the future of television instead of shows from the past
True they should be looking for fresh ideas but the thing about TV is everything old becomes “new” again.
Australian Idol’s revival was imminent. 10 should have got the rights and put it towards the end of the year where they tend to run out of shows. It would have been another reality juggernaut to their yearly schedule that would/will be a successful show.
The only new “reality” type format they have commissioned next year is the DIY reality competition show “Making It” which probably has a 50/50 chance of being successful.
Australian Idol revival would get a lot of buzz. Lots of people would tune in for the first episode. Depending on the content of the show if it was done well 10 would have had another ratings success. They did decently with The Masked Singer.
Big Brother and Australian Idol should have been snapped up by 10. They’re going to suffer again in the next few years and part of that will be not getting these shows when they could.
But 10 always have gaps in their schedule. There is room for Big Brother and Australian Idol.Survivor and masked singer are there big brother and Aus idol now
Can’t really understand either why they picked up both with the 2 shows being very similar formats. Australian Idol would be preferable than The Voice. (Which probably has had its day for now...)Are we thinking idol is slated for 2022 to see how the voice goes on seven next year and perhaps can it the following year for idol? I don’t know why they would want both and why they would promote it for 2022 if not?