Star Australia has bought the rights to be in Hawaii for two weeks starting in 2019, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported Wednesday.
The broadcaster bought the TV rights for $2 million, or $3.2 million for the five-week period.
The Star brand is now the world’s fourth-largest brand in Australia.
Star Australia’s main property in the state of Queensland is the Queensland Film and Television Centre.
The ABC reported in March that Star was interested in a potential deal to televise the show.
A Star spokesperson said it was “in the process of negotiating with a potential host.”
The ABC reports that it is expected to announce an announcement on its schedule for its Hawaiian visit in March.
Star is a subsidiary of Walt Disney Co., which owns ABC and NBCUniversal, and has been an advertiser since 1997.
ABC/wfTV is owned by Time Warner Inc., a unit of AT&T Inc.