'The last temptation', rival today of 'I see how you sing' and 'The goal' by the audience

Ruth Lorenzo in 'I see how you sing'.

Ruth Lorenzo in 'I see how you sing'.

'The last temptation' comes tonight to Telecinco (22:00 hours). Five couples (Fani and Christofer, Lester and Patri, Isaac and Lucía, Andrea and Roberto and Mayka and Alejandro) will live separately an experience that will surprise them from the beginning: five of them will live together in Villa Playa with former participants with whom they have pending issues , while their partners will stay at Villa Luna with the uncertainty of what they will see in the 'dreaded' bonfires. The protagonists will not only coexist with these five 'pending issues', but throughout the experience they will be surprised by the visit of other former participants who, in addition, will have the privilege of discovering new rooms in Villa Playa, hitherto unknown to its tenants.

For its part, Antenna 3 bet tonight (22:00) on the second program of 'I see how you sing'. On this occasion, the space will have as a guest artist the singer Antonio Orozco who, with his deep musical knowledge and his recognized self-confidence, will try to help the contestant of the week with his advice and impressions. In addition, the versatile Lolita will occasionally join the cast of advisers and together with Josie, Ruth Lorenzo and El Monaguillo will do everything possible to discover which of all the mysterious singers are true fakers, unable to tune a single note.

Ana Pastor return tonight (10:30 p.m.) to the sixth with the new season of 'The objective'. One of the most prominent signings is that of Bob Pop, who will be in charge of a section called 'The subjective' in which he will contribute his particular vision of the news of the week. In addition, in the space 'The other debate', different politicians will analyze the news of the day. As Atresmedia advances in a press release, 'The objective' will also give visibility to mental health with 'Tomorrow you can be you', which will feature the personal experience of a public figure each week. The singers Rozalén, Pastora Soler and Alfred, the writers and journalists Juanjo Millás and Quique Peinado or the badminton player Carolina Marín will be some of the guests.

Risto Mejide and Marta Flich, at ease in Cuatro

Four broadcasts tonight (10:50 pm) a new installment of 'Everything is true'. The program presented by Risto Mejide and Marta Flich will address new current affairs and social interest through research work prepared by a team of journalists, with interviews, connections and the analysis of experts and collaborators.

Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington investigate together in La 1

Also, a new pass from 'The Pelican Report' occupies prime time (10:35 p.m.) of The 1 of TVE. Darby Shaw (Julia Roberts), a law student, writes a report looking at possible reasons for the recent murder of two Supreme Court justices. His report, at first outlandish, seems to touch "sensitive" material, as he will soon be the subject of relentless persecution, from which he will get out alive thanks to the help of a journalist (Denzel Washington) who also wants to discover who is behind these murders.


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