And it seems, Australian Survivor may also be filmed Down Under with 2021 due to coronavirus-related travel prohibitions.
Channel 10’s industrial producer Stephen Tate has said currently the network is ‘working on getting the show mass produced locally’ following the success of
New location: Channel 10 producer has hinted Survivor are filmed in Australia – following the glory of I’m A Celebrity… Get Myself Out of Here! Australia. Pictured James Genat
‘What 2020 has taught us as if you see a window to getting a Fox tv show made you have to take it, ‘ that they told
‘We’ve managed to get I’m A Celebrity made, we’ve managed to get Amazing Race made in Australia. We’re currently working on getting Survivor made locally.’
Mr Tate went on to say: ‘While we’ve struggled, the Australian production community is really benefiting from the amount of production that is happening at home.’
Successful: I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! Australia was successfully filmed in Dungay, a rural town in north-eastern New South Wales last month. Pictured hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia was forced to film locally this year due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions.
The forthcoming season shifted production from South Africa to Northern New South Wales.
The Australian production took over the set used previously by the UK version of the reality TV show.
Production: ‘We’ve managed to get I’m A Celebrity made, we’ve managed to get Amazing Race made in Australia. We’re currently working on getting Survivor made locally’
The Amazing Race was also localised this year after international travel was off the cards due to the global pandemic.
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‘The foot that I have seen so far is fabulous. It really showcases our beautiful you really and the teams competing this year are undoubtedly competitive, creative and very diverse. ‘
Australian Survivor’s quite three seasons have been filmed for Fiji, but it could soon discover new home somewhere locally.
Localised: The Amazing Race was also filmed in Australia this year after international travel would be off the cards because of the pandemic. Pictured host Beau Ryan