‘The Mole’ Competition Show Re-emerges On Netflix

The Mole is a cult favorite from the early days of the reality TV boom being revived by Netflix.

The Mole is a competition series in which one participant, the “mole,” attempts to defame the others. The streamer has requested a fresh season of the show. The final season of the five-season ABC television series, which was based on a Belgian format, aired in 2008.

The new version, which will make its Netflix debut in the fall, is the creation of Eureka Productions (Holey Moley, Name That Tune). In the competition, 12 contestants collaborate to complete a series of tasks that, if accomplished successfully, add money to a reward pool that only one of them will win. While still keeping their identity as regular participants, the mole attempts to undermine the other players’ efforts.

According to news sources from Reality Blurred and Buzzer Blog at the time, the Netflix series was filmed in Australia last year.

‘The Mole’ Competition Show Re-emerges On Netflix
‘The Mole’ Competition Show Re-emerges On Netflix

In 2001, The Mole made its television debut on ABC, with Anderson Cooper hosting the first two seasons. For its third and fourth seasons, ABC changed the focus of the program to celebrity versions, with Ahmad Rashad serving as host. The program subsequently went off the air for four years before ABC decided to order a new season, which debuted in the summer of 2008 and was hosted by Jon Kelley. After that, the series was canceled.

The Netflix program’s executive producers are Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin, Wes Dening, Rikkie Proost, David Tibballs, and David Burris. It is based on the Belgian format developed by Tom Lenaerts, Bart De Pauw, Michel Vanhove, and Michiel Devlieger and marketed by Primitives.

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