“Colleagues are lying,” said Malysheva, answering a question about the accuracy of information about the closure of the program.
As a refutation of the rumors, Malysheva told socialbites.ca from the press service of Channel One “Live is great!” She gave a comment on her schedule. temporarily unavailable.
“Live healthy!” The program does not come out like other entertainment programs. The grid of the channel was redesigned with the utmost attention to social and political events. There is no talk of closing the project,” the message says.
Earlier, the Telegram channel Baza stated that the host of the program “Live is great!” He had written. On March 29, he disbanded the team working on the broadcasts of the program on Kanal One.
It was alleged that the reason for the closure of the project was a change in the broadcast network: after the start of the military special operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, the number of entertainment programs on state channels decreased, most often they began to be occupied. through the information broadcast.
At the same time, transmission workers were allegedly left without pay for working under temporary contracts without registering in the workforce.
“Live healthy!” His program has been broadcast on Kanal One since August 2010.
Doctor and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov told socialbites.ca that next weekend the author of Rossiya 1 will show new versions of his medical program. The last recording of the broadcast was broadcast on the channel on February 26.
“The Grid is changing a lot and you literally can’t hope for future releases. Let’s say my program “Doctor Myasnikov” did not come out for several weeks, and now it will be April 9 and 10. Then again, if there is no force majeure, they promise regularly,” he said.
Since 2013, Myasnikov has been the host of the programs “About the Most Important” and “Doctor Myasnikov” on the Russia 1 TV channel.
Journalist Vladimir Pozner explained that the Pozner program has not been broadcast since February 28, because Channel 1 has become an information channel since February 24. The TV presenter noted that it will remain like that until the end of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine.
“Some programs, including mine, will not be aired during this time,” Posner wrote on his Telegram channel.
The journalist emphasized that this is the position of the leadership of Channel One.
“Posner” is an author’s interview program. Vladimir Pozner questions politicians, public figures, cultural figures, art, science and sports. The chat may be informational or unrelated to the week’s events. Released on November 17, 2008.
Also, the show “Evening Urgant” was pulled from the air network of Channel One. TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak announced on the Telegram channel the possible closure of the program.
“According to my source, it has been decided to close Evening Urgant,” he wrote.
Channel One’s press service denied this information to RBC.
“This is a lie. The channel is currently operating in information mode, absolutely not all entertainment programs are broadcast – from “Fashionable Sentence” to “Evening Urgency”, the multimedia conglomerate was told.
Larisa Krymova, Head of the Public Relations Directorate and Channel One, also commented on Rossiyskaya Gazeta about the disappearance of Evening Urgant from the air.
Recently, the program “Evening Urganti” was not originally scheduled on the channel due to the days off, which was announced on the grid. The current resettlement is linked to important social and political events. Of course, he continues to work on the channel, ”explained Ivan Urgant.
“Evening Urgant” is an evening entertainment program that has been airing on Channel One since April 16, 2012. It is a Russian adaptation of American programs in the format of Late Night Show (“evening show” – in English). The show features games with guests of the TV show, jokes on current issues, interviews with studio guests, musical numbers from popular and emerging artists.
Block broadcast grids
After the start of the special operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, Channel One and Russia 1 decided to completely redraw the broadcast network, leaving only information and analytical materials. The prank programs were also removed from the air.
As stated in the press service of TASS’s Channel One, “in the current situation, Channel One considers it necessary to pay more attention to the socio-politically oriented programs on the air.”
“Comics are being taken off the air. On Sunday, instead of the show “Dancing with the Stars” – “Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov”. “Special issue,” the press service of Rossiya-1 TV channel told TASS on February 25.