Mediaset programming change: Can Yaman slips again, in its place Raoul Bova

Mediaset programming change: Can Yaman slips again, in its place Raoul Bova

Mediaset's programming change with regard to the dramas planned for this spring television season. At the beginning, in fact, it was planned the debut of the series with Can Yaman, considered a real feather in the cap of Mediaset's programming. However, according to what we have learned from a direct source, the drama Viola come il mare has been postponed again to a date to be decided and instead of Can Yaman, Raoul Bova is coming.

Viola come il mare with Can Yaman slips again: change programming Mediaset

In detail, the Mediaset programming change will not make happy and enthusiastic the many fans of the Turkish actor Can Yaman, considered the star of the moment. In recent weeks, in fact, it was announced the debut of Viola come il mare on Canale 5.

The new fiction starring Can together with Francesca Chillemi should have premiered between the end of March and April, but it will not. At Mediaset, in fact, they chose not to broadcast it anymore in this spring TV season, but to postpone it even further until next fall 2022.

Can Yaman be postponed again, instead of Raoul Bova returns

According to a direct source, the airing of Viola come il mare would be scheduled in the period between September and December 2022, i.e. in the next autumn TV season. Fans of the Turkish actor, therefore, will have to wait a little longer and you can bet that this news may not make them excited, since in recent weeks Viola come il mare has already undergone a lot of slippage in the schedule of the Mediaset network.

However, with Can Yaman out of this spring's schedule, Mediaset will not be "dry" as far as the fiction genre is concerned. Raoul Bova returns to Canale 5 with the fiction Justice at all costs

From next March 13, in fact, is expected to return to TV another actor loved by the audience of Canale 5.

This is Raoul Bova who will be the protagonist of Justice at All Costs, the new fiction that will see him starring alongside his partner Rocio Munoz Morales.

The series will arrive on Canale 5 while Raoul Bova will still be busy on Rai 1 with Don Matteo 13, the very successful fiction that from this year sees him make his debut in the role of Don Massimo, replacing the most beloved priest-detective of the small screen, played by Terence Hill.

After the success of Buongiorno mamma, whose second season has already been confirmed, will Raoul Bova be able to repeat the rating success with this new fiction? The Mediaset audience will have to make the final decision.

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