Second Danish series of 'Greetings from 19xx' commissioned

Thursday, December 13th 2018

Second Danish series of 'Greetings from 19xx' commissioned

After the great success of the first series, TV2 in Denmark has now ordered a second series of ‘Greetings from 19xx’. The first season, which finished in the fall, captured a very strong 29% average market share .

The factual entertainment format, which sees one celebrity family per episode experience a family weekend as though it took place in the year the celeb was 12 years old, has also been a solid success elsewhere in Scandinavia. The first season of ‘Greetings from 19xx’ on TV4 in Sweden scored a 28 % average market share over the series, resulting in a 20% boost above the channel’s slot average.

‘Greetings from 19xx’ continues to be a solid success in both Belgium and the Netherlands. After two highly rated seasons on VTM in Belgium, with market shares up to 50% in the 18-44 target, a third series is currently in production.

An average of 1.1 million viewers tuned in to the show in the Netherlands, where the first season captured a 19% market share on RTL4. It was the best scoring weekday show for the channel last spring and has been commissioned for a second season.

In Belgium and the Netherlands the new series will launch in January.

Lecter Media is distributing the format in cooperation with Be-Entertainment.