This 90s 'docu-soap' put six 20-somethings — three students, a banker, a Miss Howick contestant and a cameraman — in a house for three months and filmed the results. The show screened amidst the 90s 'observed homelife' reality show zeitgeist, but without a lock-down or 24-7 surveillance the show's charms were more of a homespun Kiwi twist on MTV's Real World (1992) than Big Brother (1999). It was broadcast on now-defunct channel TV4 and made a minor local celebrity of outspoken Vanessa. In this first episode the flatties move in, and party ... until the cops turn up.
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A world-leading Kiwi reality show
Another early reality show with people in a house
Dramatic Kiwi flatmates 70s style
Television, 1987 (Full Length Episode)
Another young banker at home
Film, 1999 (Trailer and Excerpts)
More Kiwi flatting horror stories
Two flatmates from the 70s
A Kiwi-born reality format that sold overseas
A popular factual show that sold overseas
Television, 1973 (Full Length)
Features more beauty show contestants