Norwegian Cruise Line Featured on New TV Series
PHOTO: The Norwegian Getaway will be one of three ships featured on "Dream Quest with Evette Rios." (Photo courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line)
Travelers who sail with Norwegian Cruise Line could see themselves on television, as the company announced it would be part of a new weekly show titled "Dream Quest with Evette Rios."
Norwegian teamed up with travel journalist Peter Greenberg and Emmy Award-winning entertainment company Tri-Crown Production Group to produce the 30-minute weekly broadcast on the CW Network’s “One Magnificent Morning” block of programming, airing Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. ET.
The 26-episode series will follow families as they travel the world on beautiful cruise ships including the Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Escape.
The ships will act as classrooms, as television personality Evette Rios takes viewers on an interactive voyage which will teach children and adults about the oceans, the animals that live in the water and how the environments are being preserved and protected.
Norwegian Cruise Line president Andy Stuart released a statement about the new TV show:
“Each and every day, the hard working 20,000 Norwegian team members worldwide strive to make all of our guests’ dream vacations a reality across our fleet. On "Dream Quest with Evette Rios," we’ve taken our guests’ vacations to the next level, making them stars in some of our most exciting onboard and in-port experiences while also making their dreams come true.”
The influence of Greenberg’s knowledge can be felt throughout the "Dream Quest with Evette Rios" program, and his production company has the experience with shows like "Travel Detective" and "Royal Tour" to make this an entertaining series.
For more information on "Dream Quest with Evette Rios" or how to apply to be a part of the show, check out the official website of the casting company.
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