“De Eurovisa” to start airing on 3rd of April!

“De Eurovisa” is a review show for Eurovision Song Contest by the Finnish broadcaster YLE and the hosts of it are Eva Frantz and Johan Lindroos. This year they are planning to prepare a special edition of it as Eurovision 2020 won’t take place.

YLE will air six episodes of “De Eurovisa” every Friday starting from 3rd of April. Together with a special guest in each episode of the show Eva and Johan will present the songs and they will listen to them and analyze all the acts that would have competed at the stage of Ahoy Arena in May this year. You can watch previous editions of “De Eurovisa here.

In the first episode, the two of them will be joined by the comedian and program director Anders Helenius, and acts which will be analyzed are Ireland, Belarus, Northern Macedonia, Sweden, Slovenia, Lithuania and Australia. It will be broadcasted on 3rd of April at Yle2 starting at 20:50 CET while you can also watch it here from the 2nd of April.

The second episode will include a famous Finnish singer and songwriter Jannika B, and acts which will be analyzed are Russia, Belgium, Malta, Norway, Israel, Croatia and Romania. It will be broadcasted on 10th of April at Yle2 starting at 21:00 CET while you can also watch it here from the 9th of April.

In the third episode we will have an opportunity to see a familiar face from this years UMK, Tika who reached 3rd place in the final with “I Let My Heart Break”. Acts which will be analyzed are Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, San Marino, Estonia, Poland and Iceland. It will be broadcasted on 17th of April at Yle2 starting at 21:00 CET while you can also watch it here from the 16th of April.

The fourth episode will be journalist Susani Mahadura, and acts which will be analyzed are Serbia, Czech Republic, Greece, Moldova, Austria, Denmark and Bulgaria. It will be broadcasted on 24th of April at Yle2 starting at 21:00 CET while you can also watch it here from the 23th of April.

The programme for the fifth and sixth episode of “De Eurovisa” hasn’t been published yet.

Except for Finland, Germany is traditionally airing their Eurovision review show, “ESC-Songchecker” while Austria plans to pay respect to the acts in a special show, unlike them Norway has decided to prepare a special edition of “Adresse Europa”.

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