'Leonardo' arrives to discuss the audience to 'Survivors' and 'La cocinera de Castamar'

Aidan Turner, a marginal and homosexual Leonardo da Vinci in the RTVE series.

Aidan Turner, a marginal and homosexual Leonardo da Vinci in the RTVE series.

'Survivors 2021' expels a new contestant from the palapa tonight (10pm). In addition to a double change of location and a new round of nominations, the contestants of the reality show Telecinco They will play a reward game and another to achieve immunity.

'The cook of Castamar' return tonight (10:45 p.m.) to Antenna 3 with a new chapter. On this occasion, Clara finds a letter from her father that proves her innocence, but it won't do any good if they don't find a witness. The French ambassador could help them, but when Diego goes to talk to him, Amelia has a threatened abortion. It needs you. Clara finds out about the pregnancy and helps her stop the contractions. Diego manages to see the ambassador. He discovers that the witness is in Illescas, but when he comes to look for him it is too late.

Leonardo da Vinci arrives at La 1

For its part, The 1 from TVE premieres tonight (10:10 p.m.) 'Leonardo', the historical series that explores the secrets and dramas behind Da Vinci starring Aidan Turner, Giancarlo Giannini, Matilda De Angelis, Freddie Highmore, James D'Arcy and the Spaniard Carlos Cuevas. In the first chapter, Leonardo da Vinci (Aidan Turner) is arrested for poisoning Caterina of Cremona. After declaring his innocence to Officer Giraldi (Freddie Higmore), Leonardo recalls his days in Verrocchio's (Giancarlo Giannini) studio, where he meets Caterina (Matilda de Angelis) for the first time. There he struggles to achieve success, until Verrocchio asks him for help with the painting entitled 'Baptism of Christ'.

the sixth bet tonight (10:30 pm) on a new program of 'The boss undercover'. In this installment, Jesús Saseta, manager of Sagar, who will infiltrate his hardware company to find out where they are failing with their employees, since he considers that his company "is great thanks to the people." He is willing to learn from failures and listen to his colleagues, and although it hurts when people have a bad time, he does not tremble by saying that if he sees a worker doing what he does not have to do, he will make drastic decisions. To do this, he will pose as a writer in search of human stories whose next work will be based on the world of hardware.

IkerJiménez and Spain 2050, in Cuatro

Also, a new installment of 'Horizon' (22:50 hours) occupies the prime time of Four. On this occasion, the program presented by Iker Jiménez will analyze the lights and shadows of the Spain 2050 project with the help of Antonio Miguel Carmona, politician, analyst and professor of Economics; Colonel Pedro Baños, an expert in Geopolitics and Strategy; José Manuel Nieves, journalist specialized in Science and Technology; and Jaime Garrido, architect and conspiracy specialist.


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