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Common Sense Premieres on Italy’s RAI


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Senso Comune, the Italian version of the fixed-rig show Common Sense, has debuted on RAI 3 in Italy.

Common Sense sees a cast of real people sharing their unfiltered opinions about the latest in general news and current affairs, as well as politics, sports and pop culture. The format, which was created by all3media’s Studio Lambert, is produced by Stand By Me along with RAI 3. The 30-minute local treatment is currently airing on weekdays in access prime time.

Stand By Me’s deal was negotiated by all3media international. Originally produced for BBC Two in the U.K., Common Sense was also ordered by NBC in the U.S. and Foxtel’s Lifestyle and Network Ten in Australia.



About Joanna Padovano Tong

Joanna Padovano Tong is the managing editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jpadovano@worldscreen.com.

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