|Country of origin||Italy|
|Original network||Rai 1|
|Original release||1979 –|
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Fantastico was an Italian Saturday night variety show broadcast by Rai 1 from 1979 to 1991, with an interruption in 1980, when it was replaced by the game show Scacco matto. The TV program was linked with the Italian national lottery, and every edition consisted of 13 episodes with the final episode broadcast on 6 January, with the extraction of the winning tickets.
The show was generally different in its structure from one edition to another; the first edition was seen by an average of 23.6 million viewers. During the years the ratings dropped, and after a disappointing edition hosted by Raffaella Carrà and Johnny Dorelli (7.8 million viewers) the show was replaced by the variety-quiz Scommettiamo che?.
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An attempt to revive the show was made in 1997, but Fantastico Enrico (so titled as a reference to the presenter Enrico Montesano) obtained low ratings and Montesano eventually abandoned the show.
Several opening songs of the show charted, and two of them (Heather Parisi's 'Disco Bambina' and 'Cicale') peaked first at the Italian hit parade.
|1||1979||Loretta Goggi with Beppe Grillo and Heather Parisi|
|2||1981||Walter Chiari, Oriella Dorella, Heather Parisi, Romina Power, Memo Remigi, Gigi Sabani and Claudio Cecchetto|
|3||1982||Corrado and Raffaella Carrà with Gigi Sabani and Renato Zero|
|4||1983||Gigi Proietti with Heather Parisi and Teresa De Sio|
|5||1984||Pippo Baudo with Heather Parisi, Eleonora Brigliadori and José Luis Moreno|
|6||1985||Pippo Baudo with Lorella Cuccarini, Galyn Görg and Beppe Grillo|
|7||1986||Pippo Baudo with Lorella Cuccarini, Alessandra Martines, the Trio Lopez-Marchesini-Solenghi and Nino Frassica|
|8||1987||Adriano Celentano with Marisa Laurito, Heather Parisi, Massimo Boldi and Maurizio Micheli|
|9||1988||Enrico Montesano and Anna Oxa|
|10||1989||Massimo Ranieri with Anna Oxa, Alessandra Martines, Giancarlo Magalli and Andy Luotto|
|11||1990||Pippo Baudo with Marisa Laurito, Giorgio Faletti and Jovanotti|
|12||1991||Raffaella Carrà and Johnny Dorelli, with Gianfranco D'Angelo|
- ^ abcdAldo Grasso – Massimo Scaglioni, Enciclopedia della Televisione, Garzanti, Milano, 1996 – 2003.
- ^Dario Salvatori. Storia dell'Hit Parade. Gramese, 1989.