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Expeditie Robinson

Expeditie Robinson
Format Reality, Game Show
Created by Charlie Parsons
Theme music composer Hans Zimmer
Country of origin Netherlands
Original language(s) Dutch
No. of seasons 15
No. of episodes 192
Production
Producer(s) Kanakna Productions
Location(s) Malaysia (2000-2002, 2004-2005, 2007-2010, 2012-)
Indonesia (2003)
Philippines (2006, 2011)
Panama (2006)
Broadcast
Original channel RTL 5
Original run 2000 – present
Chronology
Related shows Survivor
External links
Website

Expeditie Robinson is a popular reality television program in the Netherlands, that debuted in 2000. It was the second production worldwide of a format that was developed in the UK, a format that has since then also been produced in many other countries, most notable under the title Survivor. The name of the show alludes to Swiss Family Robinson and Robinson Crusoe, two stories featuring people marooned by shipwrecks.

The fifteenth season in 2013 will be the first season without contestants from Belgium, due to lack of television ratings in Belgium. However, the Flemish host Evi Hanssen will continue co-host the show with Dutch host Dennis Weening.

Format

In most seasons, sixteen contestants are put into a survival situation and compete in a variety of physical challenges. Early in each season, two teams compete, but later the teams are merged and the competitions become individual ("samensmelting"). At the end of each show, one contestant is eliminated by the other teams in a secret "Island Council" ballot.

Seasons

Season Location Final Number of contestants
Robinson Runner-up(s)
2000
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Karin Lindenhovius Eva Willems 16
2001
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Richard Mackowiak Pascale Mertens 16
2002
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Derek Blok Olivier Glorieux 16
2003
Details
Indonesia
Indonesia
Jutta Borms Judge Chambliss 16
2004
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Frank de Meulder Matthias Verscheure 18
2005
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Marnix Allegaert Emma Van Den Bossche 18
2006
All-Stars
Philippines
Philippines
Ryan van Esch Jennifer Smit 17
2006
Details
Panama
Panama
Olga Urashova Lenny Janssen 16
2007
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Vinncent Arrendell Willem Hogeveen 100
2008
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Yin Oei Sian Hans Meenhorst 16
2009
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Marcel Vandezande Rita Berger 21
2010
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Regina Romeijn Tatiana Silva 17
2011
Details
Philippines
Philippines
Tanja Dexters Niko Van Driessche
Sascha Visser
16
2012
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
Fatima Moreira de Melo Christophe De Meulder
Fajah Lourens
Peggy Vrijens
16
2013
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia
16

Ernst Paul Hasselbach

The original presenter of Expeditie Robinson, Ernst Paul Hasselbach, died in 2008 in a car crash in Norway. He was there to make shoots for a new television program, named '71 graden Noord', a spin-off of Expeditie Robinson.

External links

  • Official website Expeditie Robinson at RTL5
  • Official website Expeditie Robinson at 2BE
  • Blog Expeditie Robinson (Dutch)
  • Internet Movie Database
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