In this Dutch-Belgian co-production, attractive Dutch and Flemish (i.e. Dutch-speaking Belgian) youngsters have what they consider a dream job, virtually a paid holiday: they are 'proppers'...
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A bunch of graduates go out sailing to visit a secret Full Moon Party. Hans Nijboer also tries to get his brother Ties back home to work in the family business. Ties has other plans, he wants to become a singer.
Single father and Deli owner Daan tries to find love online. Katje a beautiful yet self absorbed designer opens a store next door, they instantly dislike each other. Daan daughter Saar ... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
In this Dutch-Belgian co-production, attractive Dutch and Flemish (i.e. Dutch-speaking Belgian) youngsters have what they consider a dream job, virtually a paid holiday: they are 'proppers', which means a nightclub on the Spanish coast (hence the title) pays them to lure other young tourists by their natural -sexy- charms as well as handing out fliers, e.g. for free drinks or competitions, on the beach. They cohabit in free accommodation, so there's ample opportunity for conflict, pranks and love affairs among each-other as well as affairs with 'clients'. However Stuart, the boss of the proppers from rival nightclub Empire, is not content just competing, so he tries to play dirty tricks on our bunch, which spices some story lines. Over the seasons, some leave and others join the team.Written by
This serie goes on where the movie stopped, partying in Salou (Spain.)
Lots of Dutch celeb's are in this serie, sometime as mainactor (Like Sylvie Meijs and Gorgina Verbaan) and sometimes as one-timer.
Costa! is wild and simple entertainment, with no deep thoughts. (Except the 'safe-sex' morale off course.) And that is why it's so populair in the Netherlands, lot's of people watch it because it brings there vacation-feelings back....
So if you want your kids to see a serious educational program, continue zapping, but if the kid had to choose, Costa! would be shining on the telly...
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