There is Mail for you unstoppable, thud of plays for Rai1 with Parlami d’amore

You’ve Got Mail the interminable ride of this season continues and even with the episode of 13 February it records ratings that it is no longer legitimate to define as dizzying, having become the de facto norm. Maria De Filippi’s people show still wins the audience on Saturday evening, gathering 6,057,000 spectators in front of the video with a share of 28.3%. The show therefore returns to exceed the bar of 6 million average viewers with the episode that sees guests Federica Pellegrini and Paolo Bonolis, after last week he had lost some spectators also by virtue of the competition from Carlo Conti with the last episode of Your business.

After the experience of the return of the historical title, reported on the air by Conti in the special location on Saturday, Rai1 is unable to limit the damage as it had managed to do in recent weeks, given the result of By popular demand – Speak to me of love, the first appointment in a cycle of evenings dedicated to music, inspired for the occasion by Valentine’s Day. Operation that does not bring the desired results, with the evening conducted by Veronica Pivetti and Paolo Conticini that stops at 2,282,000 spectators equal to 10.2% share.

On Rai2 F.B.I. managed to attract the attention of 1,379,000 spectators (5.3% share), while Blue Bloods 1,201,000 spectators (5.2%). We then find Italia1 with Despicable Me 3 which managed to entertain 1,507,000 spectators (5.8%). On Rai3 I am storm he glued 1,295,000 spectators with 5.3%. On Rete4 The two almost flat super feet totaled an am of 1,242,000 spectators (5%). On La7 Eden – A Planet to Save recorded 704,000 spectators with 3.1%. On Tv8 An unexpected love scores 351,000 spectators (1.4%). On the Nine Pietro Maso – I killed is followed by 288,000 spectators with 1.2%.


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