Netflix has tempted Temptation Island away from its home at USA.
After five seasons at USA, the tropical-set dating show is moving to Netflix for new episodes, according to a report by Vulture. The streamer has acquired the rights in a deal with series producer Banijay Studios North America and will reportedly offer “a new take” on the long-running format.
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Debuting on Fox back in 2001, Temptation Island takes a number of committed couples facing a crossroads in their relationship and puts them on a tropical island with a bevy of eager singles. The couples split up and live in separate houses, dating the singles and ultimately deciding if they want to stick with their original partner or leave the island with someone new.
Temptation Island ran for three seasons on Fox, and then was resurrected by USA in 2019. There, it ran for five more seasons, with the most recent season wrapping up in August. Mark L. Walberg has served as host for all eight seasons.
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