Casting is now underway for Seven’s upcoming new reality show Stranded on Honeymoon Island.
“Are you single and looking for love? Would you like to be stranded on a deserted tropical island with your perfect match? This is your chance to find true love through the most amazing experience of a lifetime,” a casting notice asks.
Based on a Belgian format, the series is produced by Endemol Shine Australia. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age on 1 June 2023, Australian citizen or permanent resident.
Angus Ross, Chief Content Officer, Entertainment Programming at Seven, said: “There’s a good reason why broadcasters around the world have fallen in love with Stranded on Honeymoon Island and Seven is thrilled to bring this new series to Australian audiences.
“Snowman Productions and Endemol Shine Australia’s record of success speaks for itself, and now they’re taking the reality dating genre to a whole new level of addiction, fusing fledgling romance with the adventure of a lifetime. We have no doubt that viewers will enjoy every minute of this bold and exciting new format.”
ESA Chief Executive Peter Newman said: “Stranded on Honeymoon Island is a bold, fresh, and filmic new relationship experiment with a dramatic and instantly compelling opening. The inspired fusion of the most powerful elements of the survival and relationship genres has created a gritty, honest and utterly compelling take on the search for love that Australian audiences will find utterly irresistible!
It’s unclear where the show will film or when it will air in 2024.