While TF1 is currently broadcasting the 21st season of Koh-Lanta, called Les 4 Terres in reference to the four teams representing the South, the North, the East and the West, the production already has its nose in the next edition. This Friday September 11, 2020, Denis Brogniart said more to Philippe Vandel in Culture media on Europe 1.

First of all, the 53-year-old host indicates that “the casting is over, it’s nice” and that there will be “lots of beautiful things”. Moreover, the shooting will take place in a month. But how, in the midst of a health crisis linked to Covid-19, Koh-Lanta can therefore be turned? Adventure Line Productions (ALP), the program’s producing company, has a solution. Gone are the Fiji Islands where they filmed the previous seasons, no Cambodia or Thailand, even less Costa Rica where the second season was filmed … The next edition of Koh-Lanta will be filmed in France!

Koh-Lanta in France, “but France is big”

“I’ll give you a clue, but I won’t tell you more, says Denis Brogniart. It will be in France. But France is big. It can be very far …” Neither one nor two, Philippe Vandel believes he has found the secret destination: the Guyana. “I leave you responsible for your comments,” warns the host of the adventure game.

But the possible destinations are multiple. Indeed, territories geographically distant from the metropolis and with various administrative statutes, namely the overseas territories, are also part of France. Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Réunion, Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Saint-Barthélemy, Saint-Martin, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, the French Southern and Antarctic Lands, as well as the islands Wallis-and-Futuna or Clipperton Island could possibly welcome the adventurers of the next edition of Koh-Lanta …

While waiting to find out more, meet at 9:05 pm on TF1 this Friday, September 11, 2020 to discover the third episode of Koh-Lanta, Les 4 Terres.