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Fox cancels “Paradise Hotel” reboot after one season

U.S. commercial broadcaster Fox has cancelled its reboot of competition format Paradise Hotel after just one season, a company spokesperson has confirmed to Realscreen. The show follows a group of singles who ...
August 8, 2019

U.S. commercial broadcaster Fox has cancelled its reboot of competition format Paradise Hotel after just one season, a company spokesperson has confirmed to Realscreen.

The show follows a group of singles who are given the chance to check into a luxurious tropical resort where they compete for a cash prize. Each week, the contestants vote off one of their fellow residents to make room for a new guest.

The original Paradise Hotel went off the air in 2008 before its revival in May, with The Hills and Laguna Beach alumna Kristin Cavallari serving as host. In a new twist, viewers at home could try to influence what happens on screen using social media.

The reboot was produced by SallyAnn Salsano‘s 495 Productions and Celia Taylor of Mentorn Media, the original creators of the format. Salsano and Taylor executive produced alongside Becca Walker.

The series finale aired June 7 on Fox, with Bobby Ray taking home the US$200,000 grand prize.

The news of Paradise Hotel‘s cancellation was broken by The Wrap during the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday (Aug. 7).

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