Like the day before, and the one before. Sanremo, whose fourth evening scored one total share of 44.7%, did not know how to take advantage of the lessons that the television broadcast should have given him. The first part of the Festival, consumed by midnight, had a good following, 11.115 million viewers. The second, which lasted against all logic until 1.59 in the morning, fell to 4.98 million individuals. On average, therefore, they were 8,014 million viewers to follow the fourth episode of Sanremo, prelude to the grand finale.
E the figure, in the history of the Festival, is the worst that has been recorded since 2008, unfortunate year of Pippo Baudo, to date.
In 2014, when Fabio Fazio and Luciana Littizzetto conducted Sanremo, the ratings were not high. The fourth evening of their Festival stopped at 37.97% of the total share. But the spectators, then, were higher: 8,188 million against 8,014 million of Amadeus and Fiorello.