What movies and TV programs are on tonight, Monday, January 15th? Let's take a look together at the digital terrestrial programming of the main Rai and Mediaset networks. From the third episode of the La Storia series to a new date with Big Brother.
How did you deal with this “Blue Monday”? Did you survive the flood of pending requests over the weekend? Then it's time to reward yourself by relaxing in front of the TV and choosing what to watch with our guide On TV tonight.
Let's start with Rai 1, where the fiction continues with the third and fourth episodes Storyleaded by Francesca Archibugi with protagonists Jasmine Trinca, Elio Germano And Asia Argento. Ida with the little one UseppeShe is forced to move to Pietralata after her house in San Lorenzo is destroyed by bombing. Here they meet the marble worker Giuseppe Cucchiarelli and the family was nicknamed “The Thousand” because they were very large. In the meantime Nino He joined the partisans, championed their causes and also tried to involve Giuseppe in their plans to fight the Germans.
Let's move on to Canale 5, where the weekly appointment with the reality show continues under the direction of Alfonso Signorini, Big Brother. There is great anticipation for the result of the televoting, as it will be of a provisional nature and will therefore decide on the farewell of one of the eight nominees: Beatrice Luzzi, Anita Olivieri, Sergio D'Ottavi, Stefano Miele, Paolo Masella, Rosanna Fratello, Federico Massaro And Monia La Ferrera. According to the first poll spoilers, it seems almost certain that Beatrice can breathe a sigh of relief.
Finally, the third trance of the sixth season begins again on November Little big Italy carried out by the entrepreneur and restaurateur Francesco Panella. The aim is to find the best Italian restaurants abroad that carry on the real traditional recipes without giving in to local contamination. This time the search takes place Europe and the first episode will catapult us Ibizawhere many Italians have moved and is a populous summer vacation destination.
Tonight on TV: Films from the digital terrestrial program
But in addition to TV series, reality shows and culinary programs, we also have films as protagonists in our program. Of course, our two suggestions should not be missing, starting with Rai Movie with a great classic of western films, Hang it higher. The film was the first to be produced by the Malpaso Company, a production company he founded Clint Eastwood because I'm tired of seeing money wasted on big productions. Founded in 1967, Malpaso has produced nearly 60 titles to date with significantly less time and budget than most other companies.
Instead, the film that Germany selected for the 2016 Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film will be broadcast on Cielo. The labyrinth of silence. The short film was dedicated to the memory of Gert Voss, Interpreter of Fritz Bauer and died of leukemia in 2014, a few months before the work's official theatrical release.
“Hang Him Higher” at 9:10 p.m. on Rai Movie
We are in Oklahoma in 1889 and with the cowherd Jed Cooper (Clint Eastwood) just bought some cattle. But a group of men accuse him of theft and sentence him to prison, hanging from a tree. Thanks to the intervention of a sheriff who was driving a convoy transporting prisoners, he was rescued and taken to Fort Grant for trial. Luckily, the real perpetrator is caught and Jed is exonerated. In order to satisfy his desire for revenge, the judge demanded Adam Fenton (Pat Hingle) offers him a role as sheriff. The charge only takes effect on one condition: if he were to track down those who tried to kill him, he would not have to take justice into his own hands, but arrest them and bring them to prison alive.
The Labyrinth of Silence 9:15 p.m. on Cielo
In Germany in 1958, the youth Johann Radmann (Alexander Fehling) has just been appointed prosecutor and his first task is to deal with the infamous car complaints. One day in court he witnesses the commotion caused by the journalist Thomas Gnielka (André Szymanski), who claims that a friend of his recognized a teacher as a former Auschwitz guard. No one seems willing to take him to court, so Radmann takes the matter to the attorney general. Fritz Bauer (Gert Voss), who urges him to continue the investigation. So Johann and Thomas start to find evidence and documents that lead to the perpetrators and interview some witnesses. But what they find out in the end will change the country forever.
Further films will be broadcast digitally terrestrially this evening
- Wedding in Paris 9:07 p.m. on Cine34 (Director: Claudio Risi, with Massimo Boldi, Anna Maria Barbera, Biagio Izzo, Paola Minaccioni, Enzo Salvi, 2011)
- The Godfather – Part II 9:14 p.m. at Iris (Director: Francis Ford Coppola, with Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro, 1974)
- Secondary beauty 9.20 p.m. on La 5 (Director: David Frankel, with Will Smith, Edward Norton, Kate Winslet, Michael Peña, Helen Mirren, Jacob Latimore, 2016)
- The shooter 9.20 p.m. on Rai 4 (director: Pierre Morel, with Sean Penn, Jasmine Trinca, Javier Bardem, Ray Winstone, Mark Rylance, Idris Elba, 2015).
- Mondocane 9.14 p.m. on Rai 5 (Director: Alessandro Celli, with Alessandro Borghi, Dennis Protopapa, Giuliano Soprano, Barbara Ronchi, Josafat Vagni, 2021)
- Here's the paw! 9:09 p.m. at Twenty Seven (director: Lasse Hallström, with Josh Gad, KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton, Juliet Rylance, 2017)
Shows on TV tonight
Two more suggestions before I leave you to watch. On Rai 2 we find the show reflection of the Roman comedian Enrico Brignano With Henry, I start with myself. The showman wonders whether what he has become is the result of right decisions, a stroke of luck or a sign of fate. To find the final answer, he embarks on a journey through time and space, retracing the paths he took, meeting old acquaintances and bringing back historical pieces of his comedy.
Instead, we will experience the evening of The Best FIFA Football Awards live from London on the 20th the best protagonists in football from last season. The sports presenter will lead the evening Reshmin Chowdhury and the winner of the FIFA World Cup, Thierry Henry. Nine categories will be awarded: Best Footballer, Best Footballer, Best Male and Female Goalkeeper, Best Male and Female Coach. There are also three special prizes: the Puskás Prize for the best goal, the Fair Play Prize for behavior characterized by the values of loyalty and sporting fairness and the Fan Prize for the best fan base.
- Enrico, I'll start again with myself 9:20 p.m. on Rai 2
- The best FIFA football awards 2023 at 8:24 p.m. on the 20th
For all other films, series and programs, we invite you to consult our complete guide to Tonight on TV.
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