Big Brother is about to end and Christina Ferreira will say goodbye to TVI reality shows. Contrary to what was initially planned, Maria Botelho Muñiz will take over the new program on Sunday nights, according to TV Mais magazine.
Soon, the Queluz de Baixo station will feature the program “A Ex-Periência”, which will be directed by Maria Botelho Moniz, replacing TVI’s Director of Entertainment and Fiction on Sunday nights.
Initially, Christina Ferreira was the face set to lead the new format, but in recent days the production changed its mind, inviting the TVI morning show presenter to take on the new challenge.
For the new programme, TV Mais magazine reveals: It all starts at a dinner where ex-couples gather to talk about the past, present, and future. At the end of the dinner, they have a decision to make: commit to trying to win back their relationship and enter into the “ex experience.”
Over the following weeks, they share their daily lives again and live in the same house. Each week there is a theme, from ‘Trust’ to ‘Communication’, and the ex-spouses have to overcome challenges specially designed for them by a therapist. At the end of the week, they have an important decision. At hand: renew their commitment to continue “A Ex-periência” for another week or give up the possibility of being a couple again”, Add.
Ultimately, returning to reality is the great test that couples have to overcome: they return to their homes before making the final decision about whether or not to get back together. finish.
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