ITV2 is lining up more holiday fun in the sun with brand new series Ibiza Weekender, and applications are open now for people who want to take part.
Twofour and GroupM Entertainment’s Weekender brand, which has spanned four successful series, is returning to Ibiza to join young British holidaymakers having the time of their young lives.
The new 8 x 60’ series, which will air in 2016, will focus on the comings and goings at a single Ibiza hotel. Each episode will follow the fun, flirtatious and sometimes outrageous lives of Ibiza holiday reps.
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From check-in to check out, the series will follow the fortunes of new groups of guests as they soak up the sun, look for romance and plunge into the nightlife in the island’s hotspots.
With fixed rig cameras at the hotel, the series will capture all the drama as it unfolds. Set against the backdrop of Europe’s biggest party island; expect high jinks, outrageous nights out and dramas around the clock.
Ibiza Weekender is commissioned for ITV by Amanda Stavri, Entertainment Commissioner, and Angela Jain, Director of Multi-Channel and Acquisitions.
Amanda said, “The Weekender format always delivers plenty of laughter and drama, as we follow the antics of young holidaymakers let loose abroad.  I’m delighted we’re returning to Ibiza for another summer of fun.”
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Gyles Neville, Executive Producer, Twofour, said:  “Our Weekenders format follows the highs and lows of Brits on holiday, with the fixed rig offering an intimate insight into the experiences of these workers and holidaymakers.  With another summer Ibiza, the party capital of Europe, we can’t wait to see the drama and fun develop.”
Ibiza Weekender is co-produced by Twofour and GroupM Entertainment.  The series is executive produced by Gyles Neville for Twofour and Melanie Darlaston for GroupM Entertainment.
Casting for the show is now underway. Applicants can email ibizaworkers@twofour.co.uk for more information.
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