The reality TV show will follow ''debauched antics of youngsters in Europe's hottest new party resort, Novalja - a city on the island of Pag'', wrote the Mirror.
Just to remind you, more than a month ago, The Sun wrote about its fellow countrymen that caused big trouble at Hvar and Novalja, ''Chaos in Croatia - Boozy Brits are turning Croatian resorts into holiday hellholes by ‘throwing up, peeing and fighting’ in the streets’’. However, BBC has decided to report live from Croatia and to follow a group of holiday-goers to Novalja as they taste the party life on the island of Pag.
‘’Viewers can expect guaranteed British banter, unexpected holiday drama and maybe even some summer romances’’, announced BBC Three.
"This will be an authentic series of films exploring the real lives of young people today and will build on the innovative approach BBC Three has to documentary storytelling’’, commented Damian Kavanagh, the Controller at BBC Three.
After the reality show ‘’Love Island’’ broadcasted on the British commercial TV network ITV2 this year achieved tremendous success and gained huge popularity, even bigger that ‘’Big Brother’’ on Channel 5, other British TV networks are now trying to repeat their success, including BBC Three which will try out with the reality show in Croatia.
ITV’s ‘’Love Island’’ ended last month. It followed six young couples out of which one was declared ‘’the sweetest’’ and won £50,000 of prize money.