So far, it has only been one season although the series has been a huge success. Frans and his wife, Mariska, wanted to wait with a possible sequel in front of their children. “At some point your children grow up and they all have their own ideas and their own privacy. You make choices for your family. Only when they are old enough to decide for themselves, which is the case now, can we see if we can do that.”
There are currently no talks about a possible new series. “It could be possible, but at the moment there is no doubt about it,” said Frances, who, if he were to do so, would just want to handle the matter in a big way. “Realistic soap is not that easy,” he asserts. “If you really want to do it right, you have to let the cameras go 24 hours a day. It’s not just a moment: we’re moving and we’re going to film it. It’s life as it is.”
Frans, who is currently preparing RTL programming, also briefly discussed the intended merger of RTL and Talpa in broadcast. He says he was not shocked. “It’s just good,” he says. “Ultimately, it comes down to what that means for the bigger picture. I think it’s a positive for viewers as well. I think there will be more variety in the future.”
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