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Nordisk’s flagship reality format picked up by ITV1

71 Degrees North, a competition show in the Arctic Circle, has been commissioned by ITV1 and will debut on the UK channel in 2010. Created and distributed by Banijay Group's Nordisk Film TV World, ITV1's version will be a coproduction between UK company Fever Media and Nordisk Film TV's Norwegian production house, and executive produced by David Mortimer, David Tibballs and Rune Biseth. The multiple episode series will feature a cast of 10 celebrities and will air in a primetime slot to be announced.
December 10, 2009

71 Degrees North, a competition show in the Arctic Circle, has been commissioned by ITV1 and will debut on the UK channel in 2010. Created and distributed by Banijay Group’s Nordisk Film TV World, ITV1′s version will be a coproduction between UK company Fever Media and Nordisk Film TV’s Norwegian production house, and executive produced by David Mortimer, David Tibballs and Rune Biseth. The multiple episode series will feature a cast of 10 celebrities and will air in a primetime slot to be announced.

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