The audience once again supported the premiere of
on Monday night , making the cooking contest the leader of its broadcast slot, with a 13.8% audience share in the debut of its eleventh edition.
Despite achieving the first position for La 1, the Shine Iberia program remains with the least watched premiere in its history.
The average number of viewers has been the lowest to date: 1,531,000 people.
The figures continue to be well above the average for the channel.
Its direct competition,
The island of temptations
of Telecinco, achieved an average of 1,451,000 viewers and a 12.2%
and the Turkish soap opera
was left with an average of 1,335,000 followers and a 12.3% share.
On this occasion,
offers a double edition, since it will be broadcast every Monday and Tuesday and has up to 30 contestants, expelling one each night.
To do this, the producer has expanded its set and has changed its mechanics.
Instead of three tests a night, the Monday shows will show two set tests and the elimination of one contender.
Every Tuesday there will be an outdoor test and another elimination, Macarena Rey, executive director of Shine Iberia, explained in mid-March during the press conference to present this 11th edition.
Those responsible for
have already announced that its first two installments would continue to be as extensive as in previous editions, ending after 1 in the morning, in order to present all the contestants.
This Tuesday, it will begin at 10:35 p.m., after the Eurocup qualifying match between Scotland and Spain, and it will last three hours.
It will be from next week when the contest will end earlier.
At the moment, the culinary
has presented his first 23 applicants on his Monday program with a wide age range, between 18 and 58 years old.
Among them and as in previous editions, there are several stars of social networks.
The rest of the participants, up to the 30 announced, will be incorporated as the program progresses.
Tamara Falcó, winner of one of the celebrity editions of the contest, was the first guest of this edition.
After choosing the first candidates for expulsion, it was finally Roberto, a 45-year-old gastronomic consultant from Palma de Mallorca who has owned several restaurants, the first of those eliminated.
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