“Masked Singer Romania”, a show presented by Jorge, put Pro TV on the first place national, in the top of the audiences on Friday night. Approximately 1,211,000 viewers watched, on average, the show that has Horia Brenciu, Inna, Ana Morodan and Codin Maticiuc on the jury, writes Pagina de Media.

The “masked men” from Pro TV won the case in all segments, when they intersected with the music show on Antena 1, “X Factor”, which was also in its first edition, with Loredana Groza around.

Note that “Masked Singer” started at 20:30 and ended at 22:30. It lasted only two hours, unlike “X Factor”, which started at 20:30 and ended at 23:30.

The surprise comes second. Kanal D, with the Turkish series “The Price of Happiness”, ranked immediately after Pro TV. An average of 991,000 followers watched Dogan. The podium was closed by Antena 1 and the show “X Factor”, which was watched by 911,000 viewers.

Digi Sport 1 also followed the news stations, which had an analysis show from 20:30 and a football match from Liga 1: Dinamo-FC Botoşani at 21:00.

And at cities, Pro TV dominated the evening with “Masked Singer”. 641,000 people watched the show with masks. Kanal D was also on this segment in second place, with 502,000 followers.

“X Factor” put Antena 1 only on the third position, with 379,000 viewers. Romania TV followed in the ranking, and Digi Sport 1 ranked urban on the 5th place, with 173,000 viewers.

The young people chose the masks. At level commercial, no less than 311,000 young viewers watched, on average, the show on Pro TV. This time, Antena 1 ranked second, with an audience of 152,000 young viewers.

Kanal D dropped one position and was on three, with 109,000 young viewers. Prima TV followed in the rankings, which broadcast a Romanian film with Florin Piersic – “The Yellow Rose”. The top 5 is completed by Digi Sport 1, with 48,000 young viewers, according to the quoted source.

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