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What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018 | TV

What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018 | TV

22.40 / Antenna 3

'Presumed guilty' solves the mystery

What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Last chapter of Alleged guilty, the series starring Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Susi Díaz, Elvira Mínguez and Alejandra Onieva. After the issuance of its twelve chapters, it is consolidated as the series most viewed on Tuesdays. In this installment, Elena continues without believing Jon and goes to the police station to denounce him and show that he is Susana's murderer. On the other hand, Jon is on the run: everything points to the fact that he has cheated everyone during all this time. However, once again nothing is what it seems, will the police arrest the real culprit?

20.40 / Telecinco

'A monster comes to see me'

What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Spain, 2016 (100 minutes). Director: J.A. Bayonne Performers: Lewis MacDougall, Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, Liam Neeson.

J. A. Bayona closes his trilogy on the relationships between mothers and children that he started with The orphanage and continued with The impossible. Now, mixing real image with animation, he mounted a fantastic drama based on the homonymous book by Patrick Ness, author of the script, which moves between reality and fantasy and in which characters from fairy tales and intimate scenes coexist of the world of the young protagonist. Nine Goya awards guarantee its undeniable quality.

22.45 / La 1


What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018

The Departed. United States, 2006 (152 minutes). Director: Martin Scorsese. Performers: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon.

With his usual quality, Martin Scorsese returns to demonstrate his obsession with the dense and dark environment of the mafia in this brilliant film inspired by the Asian film Infernal affairs (Hong Kong film classic shot in 2002). Excellent setting, masterful direction and a perfectly greased cast (with heavyweights from the world of acting such as Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio) are the pillars on which this applauded game of lies and feelings is based that achieved four deserved statuettes of the Hollywood Academy (film, direction, adapted script and montage). Very good.

23.00 / La 2

Lori Meyers, in 'La hora musa'

What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018

This week, The muse time he receives on his stage a veteran group despite his youth. Lori Meyers turns 20 and they celebrate it in the program, where they will play three of her most well-known songs and will be interviewed by Maika Makov. From the program's terrace, the catalan Núria Graham shows her most intimate vein with an American root folk, and Chenta Tsai, or what is the same PutoChinoMaricón, arrives with her activist and conscience pop.

0.45 / Telecinco

In the heart of the Teatro Real

What to see on TV today? Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Telecinco premieres the documentary on television The heart of the Teatro Real, a tour of some of its most outstanding historical episodes, in which the meticulous professional and craftsmanship behind each production is discovered and with the participation of great figures of the opera, such as Plácido Domingo or Teresa Berganza, and Writer Mario Vargas Llosa, among others. Directed by José Luis López-Linares, it allows the viewer to discover the great facilities and spaces that this historic building houses inside and visit its dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, workshops and backstage. In addition, it collects archive materials never seen accompanied by a soundtrack of productions represented in the Teatro Real throughout its history.


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