What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019 | TV

9.00 / HBO

Suspense arrives at Beacon Heights

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Two years after finishing Little Liars the continuation comes to the screen, Little Liars. Perfectionists. In this first season (10 episodes) everything seems perfect in Beacon Heights, from its high performance university to its elite students, but nothing is what it seems. The stressful need to be perfect results in the first murder of the people. Behind every perfectionist there is a secret, a lie and an alibi.

18.30 / Four

The sub-21 is tested against Romania

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

The Spanish Under-21 team is facing this afternoon at the Nuevo Los Cármenes stadium (Granada) in Romania in a friendly match in preparation for the next European of the category, which will be played from 16 to 30 June in Italy and San Marino and where he will share group with Poland, Belgium and Italy. After this first clash, the team led by Luis de la Fuente will play in Algeciras against Austria on Monday.

22.30 / The Sixth

1999, the year of Ferran Adrià

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Tonight Where were you then? travels to 1999 and remembers the main events that occurred in Spain. That year we discovered that here was the best chef in the world and became the cover of a supplement of The New York Times. His name was Ferran Adrià and together with Arzak, Berasategui or the Roca brothers they were revolutionizing the world of gastronomy. And towards the end there was no talk of anything else: the end of the world was going to come with the so-called "2000 effect".

22.50 / Four

The dark world of the assassins

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Give a beating or kill in exchange for money. This is the premise with which the assassins act and that is analyzed in this installment of Passport Pampliega. The program begins its investigation in Spain, where it contacts an expert in arms and with a police of the UDYCO to know how the hitmen operate. The journalist Antonio Pampliega continues his investigation in the Comuna 13 of Medellín, the neighborhood that saw Pablo Escobar, the most famous and bloodthirsty drug trafficker in history. There he meets several assassins, mostly young people, as well as some of the drug traffickers for whom they work.

23.00 / Movistar Releases

'Murder on the Orient Express'

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Murder on the Orient Express. United States, 2017 (116 minutes). Director: Kenneth Branagh. Performers: Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe.

Kenneth Branagh directs and co-stars, giving life to Hercules Poirot, this new adaptation, with slight changes on the original, of the excellent novel of the same name published in 1934 by Agatha Christie, who has already seen other film versions, including the one directed by Sidney Lumet in 1974. In this interesting version they coincide with Poirot in the wagons of the luxurious Orient Express, where the crime is committed, the most diverse characters, like the gangster Edward Ratchett (Johnny Depp), the widow gold digger Caroline Hubbard (Michelle Pfeiffer) or the missionary Pilar Estravados (Penélope Cruz). Entertainment assured.

0.30 / La 2

Maintaining peace between Israel and Lebanon

What to see on TV today? | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Second delivery Authorized access space presented by Cayetana Guillén Cuervo that delves into organisms whose entry is only allowed to professionals working in them. Under the title of 'Lebanon', the program enters the Miguel de Cervantes operations center in Marayún (Lebanon). In 2006, a group of the Spanish Army was deployed for the first time in the Lebanese border. To date, 600 Spanish army troops are working to maintain peace between the border between Israel and Lebanon.


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