Sunday 19 January, Rai 3 aired in prime time slot the first episode of the new season of the docu-fiction Amore Criminale (Criminal Love) which recorded 991.000 viewers and a 4.1% share. The aim of the program is to give voice to the families of the victims and to remember the killed women. In the same slot Rai1 broadcasted the movie Chi M'ha Visto that won prime time slot with 3.004.000 viewers (12.8%) and Canale5 aired the talk Live – Non è la D’Urso that scored 2.502.000 viewers (14.1%).
Six new episodes that want to be an opportunity to raise awareness and report on an important and delicate issue such as gender-based violence. Hosted by Veronica Pivetti, face and voice of the show. The news of this edition is the inclusion of a new story in which feminicide orphans will be the protagonists. The first part of the show will be dedicated to them. The language chosen for the stories of Amore Criminale moves on two tracks: the docu-fiction, which is a bit the "trademark" of the program, and the narration in the studio, in which they intertwine more elements: the testimonies of the families of the victims, friends and colleagues, civil and defense lawyers, law enforcement officers; the written and filmed documents of the victim, and those of the press that was interested in the case. Never as in this edition, the stories of Amore Criminale show the "transversal" of violence against women, which occurs in every geographical, social and family context .
Amore Criminale is written and directed by Matilde D'Errico and Maurizio Iannelli. Produced by Rai with Nonpanic.