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Brazil’s Survivor returns to Globo after 12 years

No Limite debuted on Globo in 2000 and ran for three seasons

Brazilian broadcaster Globo’s local version of reality format Survivor will return after a 12-year hiatus, featuring a cast of former Big Brother Brasil contestants.

Known locally as No Limite, the 11-episode series will be hosted by André Marques and will be produced by Endemol Shine Brasil. The series will air on Globo’s national network.

No Limite originally aired on Globo for three seasons from 2000 before being renewed for a one-off season in 2009.

Lucas Green

Globo has also commissioned a new spin-off series, details of which have yet to be announced, which will air on its entertainment channel Multishow along with reruns of the main show.

The broadcaster’s entertainment site Gshow and its streaming platform Globoplay will show exclusive content and highlights packages from the show.

Launched in the US in 2000 on CBS, Survivor has been adapted in more than 40 territories. Endemol Shine Brasil and Globo have built on their previous collaboration on Big Brother Brasil to reboot No Limite.

Lucas Green, global head of content operations at Endemol Shine parent company Banijay, said: “Survivor is one of the most iconic formats in the Banijay portfolio and bringing the show back to a major market such as Brazil is an important moment in the next phase of its growth. We’re seeing great momentum with beach reality formats, filming safely in different locations around the globe, and this deal is set to build the genre even further.”

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