Now it’s official: Fabio Fazio has left Rai to switch to Discovery, Luciana Littizzetto also moves to Warner Bros. with him
Fabio Fazio will debut the next fall are New ones. After forty years spent in Rai, after the company decided not to renew his contract, the presenter accepted the four-year offer from the Warner Bros. Discovery group. The official announcement came with a statement issued by the television group
Soon we will know the programs that will involve Fabio Fazio and Luciana Littizzetto. In fact, the entire working group that has contributed to the success of Che Tempo che Fa moves to Discovery in recent years.
“In the coming weeks, the projects in which he will be involved will be announced and the role he will play, thanks to his talent and experience, in the development in Italy of the Warner Bros. Discovery group, one of the leading media operators worldwide. The project will include Luciana Littizzetto, star of Italian comedy and protagonist together with Fazio of one of the most successful artistic combinations, among the longest and most profitable in Italian television“, writes Discovery in communicating the sensational acquisition.
Alessandro Araimo, GM Italy & Iberia of Warner Bros. Discovery said he was thrilled “to welcome a champion like Fabio Fazio and proud that one of the most relevant and influential faces of Italian television has chosen Warner Bros. Discovery and Canale Nove to continue his extraordinary career“.
Araimo himself confirms Luciana Littizzetto’s arrival on Nove: “Our commitment has always been to attract the best talents and the arrival of Fabio and Luciana in our group is the best possible confirmation. For this reason we are eager to start working together, certain that this synergy will further grow our rich portfolio of TV channels and even more generally the Warner Bros group“.
This evening Fabio Fazio is engaged in a new episode of Che Tempo che Fa, the talk show he has hosted since 13 September 2003. The Discovery press release was also shared by the host on Twitter.