‘I see how you sing’ refines in its premiere and leads comfortably on ‘Beauty and the beast’



‘I see how you sing’ it premiered last night tuning in Antena 3. The new contest presented by Manel Fuentes managed to lead with a good 16.9% and 1,733,000 viewers. Although it was not the release date of other talents such as ‘Mask singer’, it was enough to surpass ‘Beauty and the beast’ on Telecinco, which settled for a 10.6% and 1,249,000 viewers. The documentary of ‘Documaster’ about 9/11 was highlighted in La 2 with a good 5.6% and 779,000 followers.

PRIME TIME

‘El Hormiguero’: 1,884,000 and 13.5%

‘I see how you sing’: 1,646,000 and 16.6%

‘5-star cinema’ “Beauty and the beast”: 1,217,000 and 10.6%

‘Current command’: 930,000 and 7.5%

‘Current command’: 447,000 and 5.4%

‘The intermediate’: 846,000 and 6.1%

‘Cine laSexta’: “Lethal memory”: 572,000 and 5.9%

‘First dates’: 490,000 and 4%

‘First dates’: 927,000 and 6.7%

FBI ‘: 555,000 and 4.9%

‘FBI’: 411,000 and 5.2%

‘Documaster’: ’11 -s: the day the world changed ‘: 7 746,000 and 5.6%

‘Documentos tv’: “The business of terrorism”: 396,000 and 4.1%

LATE NIGHT

‘Cine Antena 3’ “Yes, I want”: 427,000 and 10.7%

‘Cine Telecinco’ “An unexpected romance”: 346,000 and 8.8%

‘Take salami!’: 109,000 and 5.3%

‘FBI’: 301,000 and 7%

‘Current command, command to the sun’: 217,000 and 5.1%

‘The rookie’: 137,000 and 5.2%

‘Cine 2 (laSexta)’: “Appointment with death (2015”: 95,000 and 3%

‘On the cover’: 180,000 and 3.2%

TABLE AND AFTERNOON

‘Soccer: world ranking’: Kosovo-Spain: 3,215,000 and 25.4%

‘Pasapalabra’: 1,885,000 and 20.6%

‘Save me lemon’: 1,533,000 and 14%

‘Save me orange’: 1,441,000 and 16.5%

‘Bitter land’: 1,389,000 and 16%

‘Loving is forever’: 1,272,000 and 12.6%

‘High voltage’: 931,000 and 10%

‘The hunter’: 653,000 and 8%

‘Two lives’: 552,000 and 5.3%

‘Serve and protect’: 594,000 and 6.6%

‘Direct Spain’: 549,000 and 6.8%

‘Boom!’: 909,000 and 11.5%

‘Pasapalabra’: 1,885,000 and 20.6%

‘Zapping’: 647,000 and 6%

‘Better late’: 486,000 and 5.7%

‘Everything is a lie’: 542,000 and 5%

‘Everything is a lie bis’: 568,000 and 5.8%

‘Four a day’: 411,000 and 5%

‘Four a day at 8pm’: 459,000 and 5.4%

‘Great documentaries’: 402,000 and 4.1%

‘Documenta2’: 319,000 and 3.7%

‘Odyssey through the Greek islands with bettany hughes’: 206,000 and 2.6%

‘Costa España’: 128,000 and 1.5%

‘Rural tourism in the world’: 183,000 and 1.8%

‘Mega-stadiums of europe’: 201,000 and 1.6%

MORNING

‘The wheel of luck’: 1,566,000 and 18.4%

‘It’s already noon’: 1,232,000 and 15.8%

‘Karlos Arguiñano’s open kitchen’: 843,000 and 14.5%

‘The Ana Rosa program’: 551,000 and 18.3%

‘Public Mirror’: 348,000 and 11.5%

‘The hour of the 1’: 184,000 and 7.3%

‘Summer days’: 221,000 and 4.6%

‘Summer days’: 340,000 and 3.6%

‘The right price’: 71,000 and 3.3%

‘Cobra Alert’ “Women’s Carnival Tuesday”: 119,000 and 4.3%

‘Cobra Alert’ “Blood money”: 184,000 and 5.8%

‘Cobra Alert’ “Locked in”: 226,000 and 5.5%

‘Cobra Alert’ “The list”: 242,000 and 4%

‘The contest of the year’: 207,000 and 2.2%

‘Aruser @ s el humorning’: 157,000 and 12.7%

‘Aruser @ s’: 312,000 and 13.7%

‘Red hot’: 393,000 and 8.5%

‘Mega-stadiums of europe’: 49,000 and 1.5%

‘Movie mornings’ “The four scoundrels”: 294,000 and 5.3%

‘Gino’s coastal getaway in Italy’: 191,000 and 2%

‘A little further’: 237,000 and 2.2%

‘Know and win’: 732,000 and 6.6%

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