Foxtel & MTV Australia Launch Gold Coast-Based ‘Geordie Shore’ Spin-Off Show

Foxtel & MTV Australia Launch Gold Coast-Based ‘Geordie Shore’ Spin-Off Show
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Foxtel and MTV Australia have unveiled a new spin-off short-form series featuring the four Aussie housemates from international reality show Geordie Shore.

Available to stream on Foxtel on demand for a seven-day exclusive before launching on MTV, Goldie Shore: Radgies to Riches is the story of what happens next for Dee Nguyen, Nick Murdoch, Alex Macpherson and Chrysten Zenoni after Geordie Shore’s season 17 finale.

The eight-episode series follows the journey of ‘The Goldies’ on Geordie Shore, with highlights from every party, press opportunity and red carpet in their quest to find fame and fortune.

From A-List events, to exclusive photo shoots, an epic press tour and a run in with Kyle Sandilands, The Goldies get a taste of what it really means to be a star.

You can check out the promo of Goldie Shore: Radgies to Riches here.

Stephen Baldwin, director of Foxtel networks and on demand, said: “Foxtel is excited to deliver this exclusive streaming content for fans of the reality show juggernaught, giving an extra special behind the scenes journey off the back of the local Aussie presence in the cast.

“Available only on demand, this content play is one of many evolutions to the way we offer viewing and experiences to our subscribers.”

Simon Bates, vice president and head of MTV in the Asia Pacific, said: “Moving into its 18th season, the Geordie Shore phenomenon has well and truly captured Australian fans.

“We wanted to give Australian audiences even more insight into the Australian cast and their journey as Goldies.

Radgies to Riches will give viewers full fly-on-the-wall access to see the perks and the perils of being a reality television star, and will be filled with the ups and downs newfound fame brings to Dee, Nick, Alex and Chrysten.”

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