The fourth edition of ‘The island of temptations’ come back tonight to Telecinco (22:00 hours) with its third gala. After the first intense bonfire experienced by the girls, which has led Zoe to leave the ceremony and Tania to not understand Alejandro’s attitude and comments, on this occasion, it will be the boys who will have the opportunity to see the first images of their partners in the company of singles in Villa Paraíso. In addition, two single women and two single men will have to leave the villas, departures that will precede the surprise arrival of two new tempters ready to find love.
Tamara Falcó and Isabel Presley open their house in La 1
The 1 of TVE bets tonight (10:40 pm) for a new installment of ‘Blood ties’. On this occasion, Tamara Falcó, along with her mother, Isabel Presyler, open the doors of their home and their hearts to remember Carlos Falcó, the Marqués de Griñón, a great businessman who knew how to walk with elegance among the press of the heart and the economy. In the debate, Boris Izaguirre interviews his last wife, Esther Doña, along with some friends of Carlos Falcó such as Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada, Hubertus de Hohenlohe, the winemaker José Moro and the journalists Marta Robles, Beatriz Cortázar and María Eugenia Yagüe.
Manuela Carmena faces Ana Pastor’s questions on laSexta
For its part, the sixth tonight broadcasts a new program of ‘The objective’ (10:30 p.m.). This week, the judge and former mayor of Madrid, Manuela Carmena, will answer all of Ana Pastor’s questions about a Spain that, for the first time, is experiencing a coalition government and with a constantly changing political and party system. In addition, the journalist will interview Ángel Martín who, with his book, ‘In case the voices return’, has made all the headlines by breaking his silence and talking about the mental health problems he suffers and his personal experience during 2017, the year in that he ended up admitted to a psychiatric hospital.
Antenna 3 program tonight (10:45 pm) a new episode of ‘ACI: High intellectual capacity’. In this installment entitled ‘Molotov Cocktail’, the body of a man is discovered on a beach. He is tied to a windsurfing board, apparently strangled by the rope. The victim, Alex Maertens, was the director of the local yacht club. And spray painted on the exterior wall of the club is the word: PERVERT. According to witnesses, Maertens had seemed very nervous in recent months. The case is moving fast: 18-year-old apprentice chef Jonathan Gourvil draws a suspicious sketch of himself and confesses to the murder. He claims Maertens attacked him on a beach, a few years earlier
A new installment of ‘Everything is true’ occupies prime time of Four (10:50 pm). 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.