What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019 | TV

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019 | TV


20.25 / La 2

Premiere cinema for all tastes

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

A humorous version of the characters of Arthur Conan Doyle, Holmes & Watson>; the Colombian film based on real events Summer birds or the last experiment by Jean-Luc Godard Le livre d'image are some of the proposals of the cinematographic billboard that will be discussed this week in Film days. In addition, the program pays tribute to the Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, who died last Friday, and remembers Jack Palance in his centenary.

21.30 / The Sixth

The new political panorama of Spain

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

Three years after the last general elections, Spain returns to vote. Until April 28, there are two long months of campaigning and this time the parties need to mobilize their electorate more than ever. It will not be worth just to win, it will be necessary to add and agree. Under the title 'Elections 28-A: winning is not enough', laSexta column analyze how this time the parties will need to add to consolidate the new scenario that comes out of the polls.

22.00 / TCM

'Dallas Buyers Club'

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

United States, 2013 (117 minutes). Director: Jean-Marc Vallée. Performers: Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, Jared Leto, Steve Zahn.

Inspired by real events, this moving film tells the story of Ron Woodroof, who was diagnosed as HIV-positive and died in September 1992, seven years after doctors granted him a life expectancy of 30 days. A story very well told and with its necessary claiming in which stands out the impressive work of Matthew McConaughey, perfectly wrapped by Jared Leto (awarded with the Oscar and the Golden Globe, respectively).

22.10 / La 1

The music of the sixties

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

After the victory of The girl yesterday as the best song of the eighties in the voice of Alfred, The best song ever sung continues his search in this second installment in the sixties. Ten mythical songs as Fifteen years has my love, Being with you, The girl yeyé or The, the, the, in the voices of Azúcar Moreno, Los del Río or María Parrado, among others, will face each other to get the pass to the final gala. The international performance to revive successes of The Beatles, by the hand of The Flaming Shakers.

22.10 / Antenna 3

New tests in 'Game of games'

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

After leading the night last Friday with an audience of 3,131,000 viewers (18.7% share screen), Silvia Abril has prepared new tests with which to put in a good mess the contestants who want to reach the final stage and get the 50,000 euros prize in this second installment of Game of games. In addition to returning to see some of the funniest tests of last week, the program will premiere 'Pending a thread', 'It rains, it rains' and 'Put the ear'.

22.15 / The 2

'Verbal attack'

What to see on TV today? | Friday, February 22, 2019

Spain, 2000 (81 minutes). Director: Miguel Albaladejo. Interpreters: Sergi López, Antonio Resines, Adriana Ozores, Antonia San Juan.

Fun and light comedy structured in seven independent episodes and starring actors of the likes of Sergi Lopez, Adriana Ozores and even the writer and screenwriter of one of these stories, Elvira Lindo, who went back to work with Miguel Albaladejo after LFirst night of my life. It has its charm.

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