After the rumors about a farewell to Who has seen it, Federica Sciarelli clarifies and reveals the future of the show
Federica Sciarelli will leave Who has seen it? The presenter clarifies a story that has been talked about for weeks now. According to some indiscretions, in fact, the journalist would be ready to abandon the historical transmission to guide a new political talk. In an interview with Repubblica, Sciarelli revealed her plans for the future, stating that she would not intend to leave the show with which she has a strong bond.
"Yes, I stay – he said -, I have been thinking about changing for years because conducting the transmission has become very tiring from a psychological point of view. The stories of the missing remain inside you. I have experienced difficult times. You are always in contact with the pain of families. It's hard, there are times when you feel you can't do it. " The newspaper says that Franco Di Mare, the new director of Rai Tre, would have actually offered Federica the conduct of a political talk, broadcast on Friday evening. Sciarelli would have enthusiastically accepted the proposal, but the search for a replacement would have been complicated, so much so as to push the presenter to remain in her place. "When I was working on Tg3, I followed politics, it always fascinated me," she clarified, who will however continue to guide those who have seen it. “I'm on the side of the victims and family members. And if there is an abuse of power, I don't pretend
The last episode of the broadcast will air on June 29, then Federica Sciarelli will allow herself some rest in view of future commitments. Thirty years after the first episode aired, who has seen it continues to be one of the most popular and popular programs on TV. In the last season of the show the presenter had ended up at the center of the controversy for having invited Pamela Prati to the studio, sitting in the audience to follow some services related to love scams. "It was a provocation – she admitted some time later -. I haven't interviewed her. At that time everyone was talking about her and Mark Caltagirone, while we were talking about invisible women, victims of love scams, which nobody cares about ".