TV offers for a harsh summer


Changes. Networks save their big bets for the peak season and leave their less competitive content for the holidays

Gone are the summers when the ‘Grand Prix’ heifers sneaked into the small screen, interspersed with musical and humorous galas that toured the country’s most touristy spots. For the summer months of July and August 2022, the networks have prepared a sober offer, with a focus on foreign fiction, cinema and the broadcasting of sporting events.

La 1 will say goodbye to the tenth edition of ‘Masterchef’ in the coming weeks and will continue to devote Thursday evenings to Spanish fiction with ‘Parot’, a ‘thriller’ starring Adriana Ugarte, Iván Massagué and Javier Albalá. During the day, the morning ‘La hora de La 1’ kicks off its summer edition, which is reinforced with journalist Lluis Guilera as presenter along with Marc Sala and Silvia Intxaurrondo. After the cancellation of ‘España direct’, a new match, ‘Te has touched’, will be broadcast from today at 7:50 PM, led by Raúl Gómez. The Tour de France or the Vuelta Ciclista a España will be TVE’s after-dinner sports betting. In addition, the public broadcaster will spend a large part of its prime time broadcasting films, with a cycle devoted to Spanish cinema on Saturday and a cycle starring actor and director Clint Eastwood on Friday. The Sanfermines and the rebroadcast of the Madrid Pride event will be other events that will be covered by the first channel.

For this summer, La 2 brings back one of TVE’s classic series, ‘Curro Jiménez’, which will be offered from today, Monday to Friday, at 2:20 pm. The veteran ‘Saber y Gana’ will be broadcast, while the evenings will remain devoted to classic (Monday), Spanish (Friday and Sunday) and European (Saturday) cinema. On Tuesdays, the slot will be filled by ‘El Comisario Montalbano’, which will be offered in its entirety during the summer and with a special broadcast that will culminate in the last episode of the series, not published on Spanish open television.

The news doesn’t stop at the Atresmedia chain. Susanna Griso takes a vacation in ‘Public Mirror’ and Lorena García once again takes over the reins of the magazine. The matches ‘La roulette de la suerte’ and ‘Pasapalabra’ will not rest, nor will the series ‘Tierra amarga’. The big bet of the summer, which Antena 3 premiered last Sunday with ratings success (almost two million viewers), is the Turkish fiction ‘Hermanos’. Also ‘Infiel’ and the French ‘ACI’ will continue to be broadcast. ‘La Voz Kids’ will enter its final phase during the month of July.

Mediaset’s second chain will keep its daily slots in the air (“In Everyone’s Mouth”, “Everything is a Lie”, “Cuatro al día”), while Carlos Sobera will continue to help find love with the dating program “First dates ‘. From 10.45 pm tonight, Cuatro will bet on the fifth season of ‘Viajeros Cuatro’, which kicks off in Gran Canaria with Conexión Pasillo and Omar Sánchez. In the new episodes, the program will travel around the world again after the pandemic, adding Sicily, London and Slovenia to the list of destinations beyond our borders, along with Panama, Israel and Los Angeles. The broadcast of the new chapters of ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ is also planned.

In July, Telecinco will continue with its most powerful formats: ‘Survivors’, ‘Sálvame Mediafest’ and ‘Deluxe’. From this afternoon (8 pm) the network will extend the pink magazine presented by Jorge Javier Vázquez by one hour with ‘Sálvame Sandía’, which will include as one of its novelties the addition of Carlos Lozano to several beaches in the country. In the morning, Joaquín Prat, Ana Terradillos and Patricia Pardo will take turns presenting ‘The Summer Program’, which will continue live in July and August, as well as ‘Ya es afternoon’. In addition, Mediaset plans to release two fictions soon: the Italian series ‘Blanca’, based on the novels of Patrizia Rinaldi, and the return of the mythical ‘CSI: Las Vegas’, which brings back Gil Grissom and Sara Sidle. Finally, in August, the chain is launching a new magazine – replacing ‘Viva la vida’, which expires in three weeks – for the weekend. It’s called ‘It’s Summer Already’ and Frank Blanco, Verónica Dulanto and Marta González Novo will act as presenters.

La Sexta’s informative lung continues in July and August with ‘Al Rojo Vivo’, ‘Better late’ and the news. On Saturdays there is also ‘La seixta noche’, which includes journalist Paula del Fraile for the summer months. Finally, the Atresmedia chain dedicates Tuesday to foreign fiction with the premiere of “Six,” starring Walton Goggins.

Source: La Verdad


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