The fourth edition of Grande Fratello Vip ended yesterday, despite the Covid-19 emergency, with videocalls and remotly connected public and guests.
Grande Fratello Vip has been regularly on air, according to the “forced quarantine” status of the participants; the usual evening studio episodes, on the other hand, were held without public and special guests.
However, the production of Grande Fratello allowed the participation of the ex “roommates” remotely: they all connected in a video call, each one composing the piece of a larger mosaic of images and sounds, filling the screen and the emptied tv studio.
As it happens for home spectators, even the “studio public” starts to find its own space within the broadcasts. The result is a smart form of television: connected and split screen, but tough and closer to those who watch “at a safe distance”.