What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019 | TV

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019 | TV


15.25 / The Sixth

'The last Samurai'

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

The last samurai. United States, 2003 (148 minutes). Director: Edward Zwick. Performers: Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe, Timothy Spall.

Tom Cruise returns to the adventure cinema with an epic story set in nineteenth-century Japan and which establishes an original parallel between the decadence of East and West, equating the extermination of the Indians with the Japanese samurai. A predictable script, but without fissures, a really solid direction by Edward Zwick and an excellent cast (impressive Japanese Ken Watanabe) are some of the benefits of this vibrant and taquillero film.

20.45 / Movistar Partidazo

Barcelona receives the Leganés

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

The channel beIN LaLiga offers on this day four Primera clashes: Betis-Girona (12.00), Villarreal-Athletic de Bilbao (16.15), Rayo Vallecano-Real Sociedad (18.30) and Levante-Valladolid (18.30). To close the day, Movistar Partidazo (20.45) will witness the duel that Barcelona and Leganés play at the Camp Nou. The Catalans seek to consolidate the leadership and increase the difference with their immediate pursuers, while the Madrilenians dream of a favorable result that will keep them from falling.

21.30 / The 2

'Essential': Baltasar Lobo

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

Born in Zamora in 1910 in a humble family, he trained in Fine Arts in Valladolid and Madrid. Agustín Remesal tells in 'La soledad del escultor' the story of the Zamorano artist Baltasar Lobo. Essential, After its premiere at the Seminci in Valladolid, this tribute is paid to the artist, on the 25th anniversary of his death, which covers the life and work of the National Prize for Plastic Arts and includes almost twenty testimonies from experts in his work.

21.30 / The Sixth

'El objetivo', with María Jesús Montero

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

The socialist government has just presented its draft Budgets for 2019, whose approval could be key for the continuity of Pedro Sánchez in La Moncloa and a hypothetical advance of general elections. The head of the project, the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, answers the questions of Ana Pastor in this new edition of The objective. In addition, the salaries of the new Government that is about to take possession in the Junta de Andalucía.

21.30 / Four

'Chester' bares Pablo Escobar

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

Nobody better than her knows the life, the personality and the most intimate side of Pablo Escobar, the biggest and most dangerous drug trafficker in the world. María Victoria Henao will sit on the sofa Chester to put in context who was the man she fell in love with, how she lived her rise to become the wife of the most bloodthirsty drug trafficker of all time and what happened when she became Escobar's widow. Risto Mejide will chat with her and with judge Vázquez Taín, nicknamed The Galician Garzón for his fight against drug trafficking.

22.05 / The 1

TVE reveals its trick for Eurovision

What to see on TV today? Sunday January 20, 2019

Carlos Right, Famous, Julia, Maria, Marilia, Miki, Natalia, Noelia and Sabela are the nine artists who will defend the ten candidate songs (nine solo songs and a duet) to represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 to be held in Tel Aviv next May. The last word will be the public, who will choose, in a single vote, which is RTVE's candidacy.

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