Friday, July 14, 2017

The Real Housewives Franchise Is Expanding Its Reach In Europe — The Real Housewives Of Hungary Officially Confirmed!

The Real Housewives franchise keeps on expanding internationally and apparently the newest destination is in Central and Eastern Europe. According to a new report, The Real Housewives of Hungary will launch on VIASAT3 later this year.

TBI Vivsion reports that NBCUniversal International Formats has agreed its twelfth international deal for reality franchise, The Real Housewives, with leading broadcaster Sony Pictures Television Networks CE.

The 8×60’ series The Real Housewives of Hungary acts as the first remake for Central and Eastern Europe, which will premiere later this year on VIASAT3.

Hannah Worrall, VP, format sales & production, NBCUniversal International Formats said: “The Real Housewives brand has become a staple of lifestyle programming worldwide. Securing a significant reach in the US, the format has since grown to resonate with audiences both locally and internationally via its various original local versions.

“Now breaking into Central and Eastern Europe with Sony Pictures Television Networks CE, the brand looks set to continue its reputation of glamour, drama and wit with a dazzling new cast and we can’t wait to see the results.”

The network VIASAT3 describes The Real Housewives of Hungary as the following: "Luxurious parties, millions gowns, sports cars, expensive jewelry, botox, plastic surgery: a unique format and vast luxury VIASAT3 occurs in the autumn of this year. The latest self-produced channel's show famous and beautiful model, a popular fitness guru, operetta actress and restaurant owners will also be included, who are all pretty, successful, and not the least wealthy. Of course, the sparkle effect also comes at a price: the broadcast dramas huge, quarrels and unexpected twists and turns in store, because in reality nothing is as it seems at first."

The Real Housewives of Hungary will launch later this year on VIASAT3.

Photo Credit: VIASAT3

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