Pure Italian satire, even though it has been around for quite some time, "Striscia" still makes people laugh while providing a service for those in need of being heard, by exposing the misdeeds of those in government positions and the like.
That is achieved through a TV news style, with news read to the public and reports from comedians/journalists/athletes and others so-called professionals.
Unfortunately, as in most television programs in Italy there's the exploitation of sex, obtained with the use of half-naked adolescent dancers as a tool to maximize the ratings, and that, with regrets, makes my rating for "Striscia" not higher than a seven.
Greggio and Iacchetti (The usual and most loved presenters) are undeniably the best suited for the program.
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