Kungliga slottet den 15 september 2013. Stockholms stads hyllningar och firande på Lejonbacken med anledning av "Kungen 40 år som statschef". Kungaparet. Photo Alexis Daflos, The Royal Court, SwedenKungliga slottet den 15 september 2013. Stockholms stads hyllningar och firande på Lejonbacken med anledning av "Kungen 40 år som statschef". Kungaparet. Photo Alexis Daflos, The Royal Court, Sweden

Expressen TV does new show about Sweden’s royal family

Publicerad: 01 June 2016, kl. 15:44

Swedish paper Expressen is continuing to strengthen its commitment to online television by launching a new show about the Swedish royal family.

Adam Jönsson
 

‘‘There’s a big interest surrounding the royal family and it’s fun to be able to do a program for everyone that’s curious about their [the royal family’s] lives,’’ says Johan T Lindwall, one of the hosts of the show.

The new show premiered Wednesday. Expressen announced its new show just a day after it had presented its new TV studio ahead of the Euro 2016 in France.

Expressen has put a lot of resources towards its television department in recent months. Last year, it announced a deal with BuzzFeed. Just a few months after that, the paper became an affiliate to CNN.

In the new show, Johan T Lindwall and Tess Ulander will go through a number of topics connected to the royal family. The hosts will, among other things, discuss the queen’s outfits and what’s on the princesses’ schedules this summer.

‘‘We’ve had a royal super spring with the birth of a new prince, a baptism, the king’s seventieth birthday celebration and other festivities. It’s therefore great to be able to offer a show where we can get in on all that,’’ says Ulander.

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