Skip to Content

Paradise Hotel will return next year on Fox Reality and MyNetworkTV

Four years after it originally aired, Fox’s spectacularly trashy and fun summer reality series Paradise Hotel is being ressurected by the Fox Reality Channel, Broadcasting & Cable reports.

The new show will air on both the Fox Reality Channel and MyNetworkTV, which recently announced that it will air only reality shows, and is tentatively scheduled to debut the week of Jan. 13, 2008, a Fox Reality spokesperson told reality blurred.

The show will be produced by its original producers, Mentorn USA, and “will shoot in an undisclosed tropical location,” according to Broadcasting & Cable. The “co-production for Fox Reality will allow for cost and window sharing between the cable/satellite channel and Fox sibling MNT.”

The show has been reairing on Fox Reality, and was rumored to return as recently two years ago. Fox aired a similar series, Forever Eden, but it was cancelled less than two months after it debuted.

Fox Reality and MNT Revive Paradise Hotel [Broadcasting & Cable]

All reality blurred content is independently selected, including links to products or services. However, if you buy something after clicking an affiliate link, I may earn a commission, which helps support reality blurred. Learn more.

More great stories

About the author

  • Andy Dehnart is the creator of reality blurred and a writer and teacher who obsessively and critically covers reality TV and unscripted entertainment, focusing on how it’s made and what it means. Learn more about Andy.

Discussion

I value our community at reality blurred, which connects people through open and thoughtful conversations about the TV we’re watching and the stories about it.

Comment rules: My goal is for us to be able to share our perspectives and exchange ideas in a welcoming, supportive space. That’s why I’ve created these rules for commenting here, and by commenting, you agree that you’ve read and agree to them. Happy discussing!