TNFP announce third local commission for Hotel Römantiek
Following the announcement six weeks ago of two local commissions for Hotel Romantiek in Spain
and Germany, Belgian Distributor The New Flemish Primitives confirms a third local commission in
The 6x60 series was produced by BlueCircle, a FremantleMedia company, for KRO-NCRV on NPO1.
The series will launch on 3rd September with Heel Holland Bakt, the local adaption of The Great British
Bake-off as the lead in.
The series was line-produced in Switzerland by Format owners Woestijnvis.
TNFP Head of Sales, Siobhan Crawford says “The Dutch territory remain committed to new formats,
they embraced this format from the start. BlueCircle and the KRO-NCRV are the perfect fit”.
Hotel Römantiek sees a group of seniors in search of love set off on an unforgettable trip to
Switzerland. The singles participate in different activities and every night one lucky couple is taken to
a beautiful cabin in the woods for a romantic dinner. At the end of the series, we find out who will
take the bus back home, and who will spend a few more romantic days with their new found love.
After all, it is never too late to fall in love.
The New Flemish primitives was established in 2011 by Flanders' three leading independent
production companies, De Filistijnen, deMENSEN and Woestijnvis, TNFP is THE one stop shop for
Flemish entertainment, reality, factual, quiz, kids and drama formats and programming, with proven
international successes such as “The Mole”, which has been produced in 17 countries and “Eternal
Glory”, produced in 8 countries.
TNFP brings the formats from major top creative production houses in the market together under one
roof: as well as De Filistijnen, deMENSEN and Woestijnvis shows, TNFP also represents producers
Hotel Hungaria (“Dish a Day”), Het Nieuwshuis (“The House”), Koeken Troef! (“Two to the Power of
Six”) and Toespijs (“The Eleventh of the Eleventh) plus all formats owned by commercial broadcaster
SBS Belgium (“House Hunting”) and one of Europe's most successful public broadcasters, the VRT (“Yes I can”).