MTV3 commissions third adaptation of Banijay’s reality format “Love Triangle”

Banijay Finland will produce “Love Triangle” for MTV3. Known locally as “Kolmiodraama,” this is the third adaptation for the format originally created by EndemolShine Australia in conjunction with 9Network.

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Banijay announced that its division Banijay Finland will produce “Love Triangle” for MTV3. Known locally as “Kolmiodraama,” this is the third adaptation for the format originally created by EndemolShine Australia in conjunction with 9Network.

This relationship show turns modern dating on its head by challenging singles to redefine their concept of a perfect match. Through texts and calls, they must choose between two people based solely on a deeper connection. One suitor embodies the singles’ “type” whilst the other reflects a partner with qualities that will bring out the best in them. Will they break their dating patterns? After making their choice, the singles move in together, testing the strength of their bond. Mid-season, these new couples will soon face a shocking make-or-break twist that turns this experience upside down.

“Love Triangle” is currently airing its second season on Australian streaming service Stan, following a successful first launch. Workerbee TV (part of Banijay UK) has also revealed it will be adapting the format for E4.

“Finnish audiences should prepare to be gripped in ‘Love Triangle,’ as it perfectly addresses modern dating dilemmas fueled by endless choices on apps and preconceived ideas of what your soulmate will look like. The singles’ journeys are a mix of joy and heartache, promising viewers an emotionally-charged experience packed with drama and surprises,”  said Tatu Ferchen, CEO of Banijay Finland.

Lucas Green, Chief Content Officer of Operations at Banijay, added: “‘Love Triangle’ is testament to the creativity and skill of the EndemolShine Australia team in crafting attention-grabbing reality television which global audiences love. We cannot wait to see the local spin added to the Finnish and UK versions, as ‘Love Triangle’ travels around the world.”

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