New success for De Filippi: Tu Sì Que Vales triumphs with a 28.1% share. But the real star of the evening was Sabrina Ferilli
There are television events that are a certainty: one of these is Tu Sì Que Vales which has officially reopened its doors to entertain and entertain the public at home with the most disparate talents from all over the world. It is a show that, in recent years, has become a solid certainty for Maria De Filippi.
This year too does not seem to be an exception: this week's episode has in fact totaled 28.1% share, establishing itself as the most viewed program. A wonderful result for this start of the season which, inevitably, is accompanied by various problems that make many situations more difficult and complex.
The result is the demonstration that the public rewards a winning team, which has not changed this year: the beautiful Belen Rodriguez has remained at the helm, leading and introducing the participants alongside rugby player Martin Castrogiovanni and wrestler Alessio Sakara.
The jury was also unchanged, composed of Maria De Filippi, Gerry Scotti, Teo Mammuccari and Rudy Zerbi, who, as always, gave their best with a series of amusing curtains, choosing the worst and best competitors (their emotion is memorable and palpable. in front of the singer Veronica Franco) and giving himself good-naturedly, with a series of lashing phrases capable of marking the rhythm of the program.
In short, the entire program and the cast are a reason for prestige for De Filippi, very fond of the show. Yet, there is one thing that one cannot help but notice: to really shine, despite the queen of Canale 5 bringing home excellent results, is Sabrina Ferilli.
The Roman actress returned again this year to fill the role of representative of the popular jury, confirming herself as a real certainty. As amazing as she was with the bronze-toned outfit she chose, what impressed everyone, sometimes even overshadowing the judges, were her spontaneous outings and her ironic verve.
Undeniably, her reconfirmation is a winning move that gives spice to the program and that returns a rather important message: Ferilli gets along well with Belen as well as with De Filippi, showing that there are no prima donnas but close-knit groups of professionals who succeed. to find beauty in everything they do.