Today, Prime Video today announced the greenlight of the three new versions of the Original reality series Temptation Island (A Banijay format) representing four Latin American countries. The 9 episode series will be produced locally in Mexico, Brazil and combing Argentina and Chile through an agreemment between Amazon Studios, Banijay Mexico & U.S. Hispanic, and Endemol Shine Brasil (A Banijay Americas company).
In this series, four loyal couples will embark on a journey to truly test their commitment to each other. Hosted in two separate villas that are completely isolated from each other, the couples will face unique tests as they interact with a group of attractive singles. Over the course of nine episodes, these couples will navigate a series of challenging situations thatexplore their desires and make choices that will determine their futures.
Temptation Island provides a twist, as the couples must decide whether they want to return home with their original partner, venture forward alone, or even form a connection with a new person they meet during the program. The beautiful settings, combined with the intense emotional journey, promise a riveting viewing experience for audiences worldwide.
“We are thrilled to announce Temptation Island, a series that combines the high emotions of dating reality shows with the fan-favorite pillars like temptations, surprise guest, and engaging participants,” says Javiera Balmaceda, head of local Originals, Latin America, Canada, Australia & New Zealand at Amazon Studios. “We’re also excited to have such experienced production companies working with us to bring this show together across Latin America that will be shown around the world.”
“We share the enthusiasm as we embark on another exciting collaboration with Prime Video to bring the captivating format of Temptation Island to life. The establishment of a production hub for this show holds immense promise, as it allows us to harness the collective expertise of our talented team and deliver an extraordinary series that resonates with audiences across multiple territories,” says Marie Leguizamo, managing director of Banijay Mexico & U.S. Hispanic.