Reunion Hotel is a brand new show commissioned by BBC Two and BBC Wales, that will facilitate emotional reunions against the backdrop of a stunning hotel in North Wales, hosted by The One Show's Alex Jones.
Each episode will feature poignant and heartwarming stories where guests will reconnect and share the things they never got to say, with someone from their past; "From giving thanks to life saving heroes, romantic reunions and emotional homecomings, to the ex-pupil reunited with the teacher who changed his life, everyone’s welcome to check-in to the Reunion Hotel."
Alex spoke of her excitement in the press release, saying: "To be able to play an integral part in the reunion of lost friendships, family members and past loves is very exciting. I’m so looking forward to checking into the hotel to help bring these heart-warming stories to life, and helping the guests reconnect with a piece of their lives they thought had been lost."
Each reunion will be rooted in or have a connection to the surrounding areas of the Welsh hotel, making the moments even more emotive.
Patrick Holland, Director of Factual, Arts & Classical Music added: “Focussing on re-connecting us with people who played a major role in our lives, this format from Darlun promises to be joyous, celebratory and emotional. I think the series chimes with a major desire in the audience for community and connection. ”
Sharing a video from the hotel to her Instagram, Alex invited people to apply, telling fans and followers: "Hello lovely people, I'm here at Reunion Hotel. This is going to be a brand new show on BBC Two. And we'd love to invite you to have your own special reunion. It's lovely gardens. It's a beautiful place."
If you have someone you're longing to reunite with, you can apply or find out more information about the application process by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reunion Hotel’s 6x60’ episodes will air on BBC Two and BBC Wales in early 2023 and is based on the series Gwesty Aduniad, originally developed and produced for S4C."
Amanda Rees, S4C Director of Creative Content said of the comission: "Gwesty Aduniad has touched the hearts of our viewers and we are delighted that BBC Wales and BBC2 has licensed this format created by Darlun from an S4C original series, which has proven to be one of our most emotional and heart-warming commissions. We are thrilled that audiences across the UK will now be able to follow some of our most wonderful stories of happy tears and reunions.”
We can't wait to watch!
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