A tepid improvement, a positive decline. The third evening of Sanremo Festival, traditionally reserved for covers and duets, has managed to bring together a hundred thousand more spectators than its second night did. But the data, although better than those that preceded it, was not sufficient to substantiate the idea of a success.
Sanremo, with 7.653 million of individuals glued to the screen on Thursday evening, he got one total share of 44.3%. A much lower figure than those totaled in past years.
To find such a deflated third evening in the history of the Festival, it is necessary to look back and go back, for a moment, to 2014, at Sanremo by Fabio Fazio and Luciana Littizzetto. Back then, the couple made 34.94%, but the spectators, those, were superior. Seven years ago, the evening of duets and covers was watched by 7,673 million viewers, twenty thousand more than those recalled by Amadeus and Fiorello’s Sanremo. Which, once again, lost the majority of its audience in its second part.
The third evening of the Festival, Thursday evening, was followed, in its first part, by 10.387 million viewers. In his second, by 4.369 million individuals, whose weight loss testifies how it does not work to close a show at two in the morning.