These are gone are the summers when the Grand Prix heifers sneaked onto the small screen, alternating with humorous and musical galas that visited the most touristic areas in the country. The networks have created a strict offer for the summer months of August and July 2022. It emphasizes the commitment to broadcasting sporting events, foreign fiction and cinema.
In the weeks ahead, La 1 will say goodbye to the tenth edition 'Masterchef'. Instead, it will continue Thursday nights of Spanish fiction with Parot', a thriller starring Javier Albala, Ivan Massague, and Adriana Ugarte. The morning 'La hora de La 1" will launch its summer edition. It will feature Lluis Guilera, Marc Sala, and Silvia Intxaurrondo as presenters. Raul Gomez will command a new contest, "Te ha touch", which will air at 7:50 today after the cancellation of "Espana Direct". TVE will broadcast the Tour de France and Vuelta Ciclista a Espana as its sports bets after dinner. The public channel will also dedicate large portions of its 'prime-time' to film broadcasts, with a Saturday cycle dedicated to Spanish cinema and a Friday cycle starring Clint Eastwood, actor and director. Other events covered by the first channel include the Sanfermines and retransmissions of the Madrid Pride event.
La 2 will bring back a classic TVE series, "Curro Jimenez", for this summer. It will air from Monday through Friday at 2:20 p.m. While the veteran series 'Saber y Gana" will still be broadcast, the nights will be dedicated to European (Saturday), Spanish (Friday) and classic (Monday) cinema. The Tuesday slot will be filled with El Comisario Montalbano, which will air in its entirety on Tuesdays and will conclude with the final episode.
Atresmedia will continue to bring you the latest news. Susanna will be taking a vacation at 'Public Mirror', while Lorena Garcia will again assume control of the magazine's affairs. The contests La roulette de la suerte’ and Pasapalabra’ will continue, as will the series Tierra amarga’. Antena 3's premiere of Turkish fiction 'Hermanos’ was a huge success. It drew almost two million viewers. The French language 'ACI' and 'Infiel" will continue to be broadcast. The final phase of 'La Voz Kids’ will be broadcast in July.
Mediaset's second channel will still air its daily slots ('In everybody's mouth' and 'Everything', respectively), while Carlos Sobera will help people find love through the dating program "First dates". Cuatro will be betting tonight (10:45 pm) on the fifth season 'Viajeros Cuatro,' which will start in Gran Canaria with Conexion pasillo and Omar Sanchez. The program will travel around the globe again following the pandemic, adding London, Slovenia, and Sicily to its list of destinations beyond our borders. Also planned is the broadcast of the new chapters in 'FBI: Most Wanted.
Telecinco will keep its strongest formats, Survivors, Salvame Mediafest and Deluxe, going forward in July. The network will extend the pink magazine presented Jorge Javier Vazquez's hour by adding 'Salvame Sandia. This new edition will include, among other novelty, Carlos Lozano's ability to visit different beaches across the country. Joaquin Prat and Ana Terradillos will present 'The Summer Program' in the morning. This program will be available live in July and august. 'Ya Es Midday' will also continue. Mediaset will soon release two fictions: an Italian series called 'Blanca' based on the novels of Patrizia Rinaldi and the return to mythical CSI: Las Vegas, which features Gil Grissom, Sara Sidle, and Patrizia Rinaldi. The chain will also launch a new magazine in August to replace 'Viva la Vida' which expires in three weeks. It will be called "It's already Summer" and will feature Frank Blanco (Veronica Dulanto) and Marta Gonzalez Novo (presenters).
La Sexta's informative lung will continue in July/August with 'Al Rojo Vivo, 'Better Late' and the latest. For the summer months, there will be 'La seixta noche' on Saturdays. This feature includes Paula del Fraile, a journalist. The Atresmedia chain will also dedicate Tuesday to foreign fiction, with the premiere film of 'Six' starring Walton Goggins.