La7: all the news for next season, between the arrival of Caterina Balivo and a new space by Concita De Gregorio

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A schedule full of confirmations and with some news. For the 2022/2023 season, La7 decides to focus on its historic workhorses, but also to bet on new faces and formats, as any network capable of looking to the future should do. And so, together with the familiar faces of the networkfrom Lilli Gruber to Corrado Formigli, from Diego Bianchi to Giovanni Floris, from Myrta Merlino to Massimo Giletti, here is Caterina Balivo, ready for its debut with a new game show dedicated to the (re) discovery of the Italian language broadcast in the early evening. Doors open, however, also to Aldo Cazzullo, which also in the autumn will lead a new program in which the journalist will accompany the spectators on a journey into the particular day of a character who has changed the events of history.

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For the rest, the team and the formats of the seventh channel are confirmed almost in full: the summer version of On air with Marianna Aprile and Luca Telese who, in August, will take over from Concita De Gregorio – which this autumn will take part in the management of In Onda – Books, an in-depth study linked to the world of literature that has always been dear to her – and to Davide Parenzo, but also the news program directed by Enrico Mentana that he will not spare his inimitable marathons even on this tour, as well as the fortress of Half past eight by Lilli Gruber returning in September. Then they return on Tuesday with Giovanni Floris on Tuesday; Atlantis with Andrea Purgatori on Wednesdays; A clean sweep with Corrado Formigli on Thursdays; Live propaganda with Diego Bianchi on Friday; Eden – A planet to save with Licia Colò on Saturday and It is not the Arena with Massimo Giletti on Sundays.

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In the daytime of La7, we will see again, however, too Omnibus with Gaia Tortora and Alessandra Sardoni; Coffee Break with Andrea Pancani; The air that pulls with Myrta Merlino And Tagada with Tiziana Panella. Space also for seriality: the fourth season of Yellowstone with Kevin Costner in the fall, plus Father Brown And Dominates, the Sky Original production set in ancient Rome with Kasia Smutniak broadcast free to air on La7. As for sport, La7 welcomes the Seria women’s championship Which, from next season, will be followed in full by the network through a 360 degree coverage; plus the Rhythmic Gymnastics of the blue and, of course, the Palio di Siena, which La7 will broadcast for four years thanks to a special agreement signed by RCS.

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