What to see on TV today? | Thursday, December 13, 2018 | TV
9.00 / HBO
24 tense hours in Fermanagh
HBO releases Death and Nightingales, series produced by the BBC and starring Ann Skelly, Matthew Rhys and Jamie Dornan that interspersed in three episodes of love, betrayal, lies and revenge. Set in the Northern Irish county of Fermanagh in 1885, this adaptation of the eponymous novel by Eugene McCabe (1992) takes place over 24 tense hours during the birthday of Beth Winters, a young woman who tries to control her complicated destiny.
18.55 / Movistar Champions League
Decisive day in the Europa League
The Europa League closes today its group stage with triple Spanish presence. Two matches (18.55) will open the day: Villarreal (M. League of Champions) receives Spartak Moscow with the obligation to at least draw, and Sevilla (M. Champions League 2) needs the victory against Krasnodar to ensure the move to the next phase. Later (Goal, 21.00), Betis, who plays the leadership of the group with Milan, will visit the Dudelange with the classification already in his pocket.
22.00 / TCM
'The great Lebowski'
The Big Lebowski. United States, 1998 (112 minutes). Director: Joel Coen. Performers: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore.
Splendid comedy of the Coen brothers that follows the line of productions like Arizona Baby Y Death among the flowers. On this occasion, the story revolves around a curious character, He notices, a rather lazy individual who lives hallucinated in a marijuana nebula and who one day is mistaken by some thugs with a rich Pasadena millionaire, Jeff Lebowski. A cast full of quality puts its two cents in this ironic story.
22.45 / La 1
Inglourious Basterds. United States, 2009 (146 minutes). Director: Quentin Tarantino. Performers: Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz, Michael Fassbender, Mélanie Laurent.
Quentin Tarantino, in his double role as director and screenwriter, moves to France occupied by World War II to narrate this outstanding exercise of action, which follows a group of American Jewish soldiers who have the mission to kill all the Nazis that can. Unmistakable Tarantino stamp (action, violence and humor) and impressive role of the Oscar-winning Christoph Waltz for a review of the Italian film Quel maledetto treno armor.
22.45 / Four
Double objective 'In the spotlight'
The cameras of In the spotlight They have double work tonight. In the first report, 'From orange to juice: a 700% increase', some of the properties of orange juice are revealed: it is good for the immune system. But also a source of sugar that should be dosed. In the second work, the program will address the irregular practices of some funeral service companies.
23.45 / La 2
The scientific work of María Blasco
María Blasco is the protagonist of this week of space Giants of La 2, the interview program presented by the journalist Mari Cruz Soriano. For more than seven years, the biochemistry and molecular biology specialist has been leading the National Center for Oncological Research, at the forefront of cancer research, which was incorporated in 2003. The program will allow you to know the work that you do at the head of your team.