Tour Group - Netflix

Bravo Media embarks on the adventure of a lifetime with its new series "Tour Group" premiering Tuesday, March 1 at 10 pm ET/PT. This luxury travel docu-series follows a diverse and vibrant group of 11 travelers, each searching for the ultimate vacation, as they explore the most exotic and exclusive destinations around the globe. This wanderlust bunch will be led by three expert tour guides, Brandon Presser, Rachel Grant and Sandhurst Miggins, as they check-off an out-of-this-world bucket list curated by the best in the business. Exciting activities in breathtaking locales include elephant rides in Thailand, mountain gorilla expeditions in Rwanda and everything in between. Pack your bags, grab your passport and check in early with a half-hour preview special airing Monday, February 8th at 10:30 pm ET/PT!

Tour Group - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-01

Tour Group - ABBA: The Tour - Netflix

ABBA: The Tour, later also labelled ABBA in Concert and ABBA: North American and European Tour 1979, was the third and final concert tour by the Swedish pop group, ABBA. Primarily visiting North America, Europe and Asia during 1979–1980, the tour supported the group's sixth studio album, Voulez-Vous. The tour opened in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on September 13, 1979, and closed in Tokyo, Japan on March 27, 1980, having performed 52 shows in 40 cities across 13 countries. As it was the group's final tour before unofficially disbanding in late 1982, it included the largest catalogue of hit songs performed on a tour.

Tour Group - Critical response - Netflix

Brian Brennan (Calgary Herald) was very impressed with ABBA's stage performance (given the fact that the group had not previously toured in North America) although he felt the concert was very tame compared to the group's popularity stating, “[...] marred by disappointingly poor sound quality, obviously fatal for any band that depends for impact on mastery of studio technology. During the first half, the performers lacked the supercharged vitality and provocative self-assurance normally associated with big-league artists. However, for cool professionalism, assembly-line precision and computer-perfect programming, the show function like a machine from start to finish.”

Tour Group - References - Netflix