Barrie Stevens thinks that the RTL is worried that the all-star cast of Better Late Than Never “nothing to say”, and that the program is, therefore, possible for a new group of people that want to make it. That’s what he said Thursday, at a table, with home cooked apple pie.
Last year, a federal judge, Peter Faber, Willibrord Frequin, Gerard Cox, of the main characters of the fairly successful tv series, together, traveling the stars at the age of.
Thursday it was in The newspaper that the station is thinking about a different line. “The delay lies in the fact that we, as a station for selecting a second series, with an all-new cast,” said a spokesman.
That news was a quartet, the travelling elderly, and raw on the top. “I think that they feel that they have nothing more to tell. Of course, We have a lot of things are told, but there is also much that is not,” said Stevens.
He thinks this is a new position and a different challenge again for a great television to be the same. “We really do have something to tell you, but with a different point of view.”
Faber agrees: “it is very, very good. We will be authentic, respond to, regardless of where we come from.”