The 1 RTVE cancels Todos contra 1 after dizzying the audience with several failed experiments

New failure on RTVE

The 1 RTVE cancels Todos contra 1 after dizzying the audience with several failed experiments

New failure on RTVE. The public entity has definitively canceled All against 1, the great contest released at the end of January, presented by Rodrigo Vázquez and Raúl Gómez. It was one of the chain's big bets for 2023, but the constant changes of the program on the La 1 grid have dragged it to low audience ratings that RTVE has no longer wanted to sustain.

After the last attempt this week with a double program in prime time on Monday and Tuesday, and after having garnered a 6.5% share and 655,000 viewers on average, the program in which a contestant faced off against all of Spain says goodbye, as EL MUNDO has been able to confirm from program sources.

RTVE has only broadcast seven installments of Todos contra 1, produced by Zeppelin, and it is already part of the setbacks of the public channel this year. The first was the program presented by Ana Morgade, Let's get along well, of which only one program was broadcast. At the hours of its broadcast, it was Ana Morgade herself who announced on her social networks that after making "less audience than teletext", the program was canceled while waiting to give it a spin that would fit to be broadcast again.

The amount of the contract for Let's get along with The Pool was 3,529,011.06 euros for 10 episodes lasting approximately 100 minutes each. Of those 10 episodes, only one aired in prime time with an audience of 4.6% of the share; around 486,000 spectators.

In the case of Todos contra 1, its first program garnered a more than acceptable audience share, 9.6% and 871,000 viewers. In its second installment, it rose three tenths, harvesting better data than the chain's average for the month of February, which was 8.7%.

But the broadcast of the Benidorm Fest and the successive time changes made the audience, which welcomed the program very well, disengage from the contest. When it returned to its broadcast day, the audiences were already impossible to raise, the majority below 6% share, and even below 4.5%.

His jump to Tuesdays did not work either, with 5% and 5.2%, nor did his landing on access.

Despite poor ratings, All Against 1 received very good reviews from viewers. The contest that was born with the intention of recovering the formats of large contests such as 1, 2, 3 or What do we bet? He was looking for the participation of all the spectators who faced a contestant on the set for a good pot of money.

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