“Made in Korea,” a K-Pop boy band reality series, premieres on BBC

“Made in Korea,” a K-Pop boy band reality series, premieres on BBC

The BBC has acquired a new K-Pop reality series tentatively titled “Made in Korea.”

The show follows a British boy band as they head to her K-Pop bootcamp in South Korea. There, band members learn from the experts behind South Korea’s biggest music export.

“With incredible performances, TV gold medals, and bands entertaining the world, these young artists learn from the best and provide everything they need to make the leap from everyday life to new pop sensations. Do we have what it takes?” the logline reads.

Producer Nigel Hall (Britain’s Got Talent), talent manager Russ Lindsay (former manager of Ant & Dec), broadcast executive Dawn Airey’s Moon & Back Media, South Korea’s SM Entertainment “Made in Korea” produced by is currently in production.

ITV Studios will distribute the series and format. They are set to announce the show at the ITV Studios Showcase in London this week, where buyers around the world will also get their first look at other unscripted titles.

ITV Studios, the production arm of British media conglomerate ITV, has also produced numerous productions, including Predator vs. Prey, National Geographic International’s new wildlife series narrated by Top Boy actor Howard Charles. We have announced a new sale. “Love Island Games” is a spin-off of the hit dating show that has been sold around the world, including Australia, Canada and Norway.

The UK and Australian versions of My Mum Your Dad have also been acquired by Warner Bros. Discovery for Discovery+ and linear networks in the Nordics, Benelux, Italy, Turkey and the Baltic States, and his TikTok in Australia has been acquired by The Seven Network. I did. Murders Gone Viral is an authentic crime series produced by Nine Lives Media for his ITV.

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