The British series 'Benidorm' starts next week its 10th season
The premiere of the ninth season was the most watched show last Wednesday in the United Kingdom with a 23.5% audience
The recording of the nine chapters will leave a direct impact of about 2 million euros
The series 'Benidorm' has started the countdown to the filming of its tenth season, which will begin next March 14. Meanwhile, this week and as preparations begin for the arrival of the bulk of the team, the Benidorm Film Office is coordinating all production needs.
Specifically, it is proceeding to inform the neighborhood of the avenues Juan Fuster Zaragoza and Severo Ochoa of the reserves of space for the technical recording fleet, which will run from Monday to Friday between tomorrow Tuesday, March 7, and July 20 . These information tasks are also extended to businesses to try to make the deployment of a shoot of this scale cause minimal discomfort.
Pere Agulló, head of Filming Spain, the local producer of the famous and successful British sitcom, has announced that this new season will consist of nine chapters. Agulló stressed that "it's not a season, it's the number 10, and that's why it's going to be something special."
The director of Filming Spain has assured that "both from Tiger Aspect, ITV, and us, we are very excited and happy to be on the air no less than nine seasons and start in a few days filming the tenth", in which "we are going To pamper especially the outer locations to promote, even more if possible, the city. "
The beginning of the shooting of this tenth season coincides practically with the premiere of the novena, that began to emit the past Wednesday in the ITV chain. As on previous occasions, the premiere was the most watched show of the day, with a 23.5% audience.
The mayor, Toni Pérez, has influenced "the promotion of the series for Benidorm in our main tourist market" and "the economic impact that shooting is for the city and for the region, which amounts to about 2 million of euros". In addition, he said that the set of taxiing in the street "with the presence of cameras, lights, actors and figuration will once again be an added attraction for neighbors and visitors."