Zampanoes are the newest name in the showbiz game.
The new, young British show is based on the popular Italian TV series, but the BBC show has a completely different vibe, with an original cast and original format.
“We’re trying to build something from scratch,” said Zampani.
“It’s something I’m really excited about.”
Zampana, a show about a group of friends in Italy, is set in a small, private town, with no television or internet presence, and is based in the northern city of Torino.
Zampania is produced by Zampanos Entertainment, which produces the popular ‘Virgo’ and ‘Spartacus’ television series.
It is produced with BBC Worldwide, a division of the BBC Worldwide Group.
The show is hosted by Zimbio, who will be on the show.
The idea behind Zampannia is that it’s a mix of classic British and Italian, with lots of comedy, music and art.
“There’s a lot of history and traditions and traditions, and we want to make something that is really modern,” said BBC Worldwide Head of Drama, Simon Cowell.
“You’ll find a lot more humour, and you’ll find some drama too.”
Zimbano said he’s not sure what to make of the new show, but said he’d like to try to make it a success.
“The show itself is going to be an interesting experiment,” he said.
Zammano said there are many things about Zampaneans that appeal to him. “
If you look at the show, it’s very much a combination of classic and contemporary British and classic and modern Italian.”
Zammano said there are many things about Zampaneans that appeal to him.
“I love the way the show is set up, with a big cast of people,” he told RTE.
“The new show is a mix between classic and British and classical and modern,” Zampamo said. “
So, I don’t think it’ll be too hard for me to find something that will appeal to all the different tastes that I have.”
“The new show is a mix between classic and British and classical and modern,” Zampamo said.
‘Zombie’ Zampandas new name will bring a new set of challenges for the BBC, however, as the show will be based in Torino and not in the UK.
BBC Worldwide will also be responsible for the show’s budget.
BBC is planning to make Zampantas production and distribution company, the Zampanyo, and the company is being run by a director, who is also the show creator.
Zimbaneans production company, Zampans production firm, and Zampanda’s production company will also make the show available online.
“That will be the biggest challenge for the corporation,” Zimbana said.
BBC Wales has said it has the legal right to license the show and will have the right to air it online.
Zamannia will be available to watch in UK cinemas in May.