TORRE SANTA SUSANNA – This afternoon (January 20) the postman of the famous TV show “You’ve got mail” was spotted in the municipality of Torre Santa Susanna, in the province of Brindisi. According to some reports, the cameras reached Vico Rondini.
So there will certainly be no shortage of surprises for the many fans of the show. Meanwhile, the townsfolk are eager to discover the identities of the next protagonists and what the story will tell the viewers.
Stories, intrigues, betrayals and pleas for forgiveness. These, but not only, are some of the recurring events that presenter Maria De Filippi proposes on Saturday prime time.
“C’è posta per te” is a historical program of the Mediaset program, one of the most popular among Italians. It was launched on January 12, 2000 and has 26 issues to its credit. That number describes it as the longest-running people show on Italian television.
In the recent past, the province of Brindisi has twice been the protagonist: in 2015, three brothers from Erchie contacted the show with the intention of thanking their father for taking loving care of them despite the hardships of a hard life. In 2019, however, the postman knocked on the door of a 23-year-old from Carovigno.