BBC Three are looking for a group of friends to follow around Spain, and it’s not a drill.
Need you hear any more?
The show, which is in the early stages of production, will follow groups of ‘young Brits’ as they explore Spain.
One thing though, your group have to be aged between 18 and 25, but that’s about it.
Damian Kavanagh, Controller of BBC Three, told UNILAD:
This series is all about the excitement of that first holiday with friends and will be part coming-of-age saga, part travelogue.
We will follow them around numerous Spanish cities to learn about relationships between young friends and observe as they immerse themselves in the best the country has on offer – the food, the culture, the shopping, the beaches and the bars.
Mr Kavanagh also told UNILAD:
It will tell the story of what it means to be young and British today through the prism of exploring another culture and promises to show the different ways young people let their hair down and think about the world during their summer away from home.
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A spokesman did tell UNILAD more information about the show, including its title, will be released in the near future.
If watching people having a holiday while you sit in your dressing gown on the sofa, then you might be pleased to know Love Island is soon to return to our screens.
The ITV2 show’s host Caroline Flack has confirmed the hit show will be returning in June.
— Celebrity Secrets. (@ShowbizSecrets) April 2, 2018
She retweeted a gossip account called ‘Celebrity Secrets’ which was expressing its excitement for the show’s return.
The tweet read:
Only two months to go until Love Island returns to ITV2 with Caroline Flack.
Flack then decided to finally confirm the news herself, sharing a tweet which read ‘two months’.
It appears Caroline is as excited as we are to see what happens to the Islanders in this upcoming series.
Only four hours ago she took to Instagram to share a cheeky selfie captioned with:
Exciting PROMO WEEK ahead How has it been a year???? Where does time go?
Following the success of last year’s show, thousands and thousands of people applied to take part – and for the first time ever the show will include gay contestants, both male and female.
Last year the hit show faced serious backlash after it came out there was no plan to feature LGBT people on the show.
In 2016 the show did feature two bisexual contestants, Katie Salmon and Sophie Gradon, but the pair were reportedly informed they could not couple up.
They did though, because why not?
So yeah, not long now until you get to watch a bunch of people being paid to 'couple up' and annoy the nation with words such as 'litty', while drinking water from personalised water bottles. I, for one, can hardly contain my excitement.*
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