Status: 02.10.2023, 04:45 a.m.
For more than ten years, the Geissens have been sharing their luxury life with viewers on RTLZWEI. Now they go one step further with "Geissens' Mega Mansions" and guide you through the mansions of the super-rich.
Munich – The Geissens have been thrilling television audiences with luxury and jet set since 2011, and formats showing luxury real estate are also becoming increasingly popular, such as "Selling Sunset" on streaming provider Netflix. Now Robert (59) and Carmen Geiss (58) with their daughters Davina (20) and Shania (19) also lead their viewers into high-priced villas and yachts and show how the super-rich live.
The Geissens lead through the mansions of the super-rich
According to the broadcaster, the TV family leads its audience through villas "with purchase sums in the three-digit million range". Accordingly, Carmen and Robert show exclusively what is behind a gigantic vault door in a château in Cannes. On October 16, two episodes of "Geissens' Mega Mansions" will start at 20:15 p.m. on RTLZWEI.
In Dubai, the couple and their daughters visit the "World Islands" archipelago. The gigantic construction project has not yet been completed, but some islands are already habitable. "The bedrooms are under water, the view is fantastically beautiful," promises RTLZWEI.
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Robert also presents noble yachts here, where the motto is also "Spill instead of spill" program. For example, a square meter of floor can cost 10,000 euros. The head of the family, Robert, says: "If a boat costs 500 million, a sink for 12,000 euros doesn't matter."
Glamorous living at dizzying heights
While Robert feels comfortable on his yachts, he gets a little queasy at dizzying heights. At least RTWLZWEI describes a penthouse in New York at a height of 250 meters as "Robert Geiss' 'nightmare'". In the Hamptons, he and his wife also visit the house next door to Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez, where cameras are strictly forbidden.
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Fancy a voyage of discovery?
The Geissens know a thing or two about luxury – and in their new RTLZWEI show, they guide you through noble and expensive estates. © RTLZWEI (photomontage)
"The Geissens – Robert's Mega Mansions" was already shown last year. The main show of the cult millionaires has been a real perennial favorite on German television since 2011. In January, the docu-soap "The Geissens - A Terribly Glamorous Family" started its 21st season.
Meanwhile, Carmen's new hairstyle is causing lively discussions among Geissens fans. Sources used:RTLZWEI