‘Temptation Island’ to Shoot in Maui Despite Mayor’s COVID Concerns
The final season of “Temptation Island” will test more than just the strength of couples’ relationships … it will test them for the coronavirus, and frequently.
The risky reality show is making its way to Hawaii this weekend, as cast and crew prepare to film for the next 2 months in Andaz Maui at the Wailea Resort amid the pandemic. Mayor of Maui, Michael victorino, made the announcement, but he’s far from thrilled.
The mayor says he doesn’t like a hundred people moving to his island for a TV production, but it has been approved by the State Filming Commission, and he hopes all COVID- protocols 19 necessary as defined by the government. David Ige will be followed.
Victorino says the cast and crew will operate in a bubble atmosphere at Andaz station and be constantly monitored by medical professionals, but he’s still not happy, and adds … “If something goes wrong no, we’ll stop it because As fast as possible. “
The mayor says the only reason he doesn’t put more effort into putting the kibosh on the show is because it provides employment for hotel workers who have been out of work for 4 or 5 months.
This will be the 6th season of “Temptation Island” if it goes through filming … the third of the revamped version on USA Network.
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