What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019 | TV

21.45 / Antenna 3

Comedy night in 'El hormiguero'

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The anthill receives tonight to the cast of Losing the East that, after the misfortunes suffered in Berlin (in the commercial Losing the North), is now in China in search of new opportunities. They will see that it is not easy to succeed there, a land with a language and customs that are a world away from the Spanish. Julián López and Miki Esparbé will visit Pablo Motos to talk about the film, which opens next Friday.

22.00 / History

The 'Lewinsky case', twenty years later

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

When it is 20 years since the dismissal of the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, Historia premieres The Clinton Affair, series which offers an updated review on one of the biggest scandals in American politics, the Lewinsky case. Produced by Oscar winner Alex Gibney and directed by Blair Foster, the series includes never-before-seen footage and numerous exclusive interviews, including Monica Lewinsky herself.

22.35 / Movistar Releases

'The great showman'

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The greatest Showman. United States, 2017 (105 minutes). Director: Michael Gracey. Performers: Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron.

The story of the circus entrepreneur PT Barnum, a dreamer who managed to get rich revolutionizing the world of entertainment, is the protagonist of this colorful drama that, as explained by its own director, the novel Michael Gracey, teaches us that "real wealth is in the people you surround yourself with and the people who love you. " It may sound somewhat sensitive, and it is, but it is worth seeing a Hugh Jackman very much in his role and listening to his powerful soundtrack (Golden Globe for best song by This is me).

22.50 / La 2

A walk through the sounds of Madrid

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

In his second episode, A country to listen to discover the sound of Madrid. Christina Rosenvinge will guide Ariel Rot through the city in search of his sounds, his music and his artists. From his hand you can analyze the success of Vetusta Morla, as well as the most modern style of Zahara, or La Bien Querida. You will also get to know other musical styles, such as Natos and Waor hip-hop and the new-born punk pop of Carolina Durante and Axolotes Mexicanos. Along with it, 'A country to listen to it' will discover a much lesser known face of Ariadna Paniagua (Los Punsetes). The program will also meet the ever-enthusiastic vision of British pianist (and adoption adopter) James Rhodes.

22.50 / Four

'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol'

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

United States, 2011 (133 minutes). Director: Brad Bird. Performers: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Paula Patton.

The box office Tom Cruise returns to put itself in the skin of always agerridoa people Ethan Hunt in this fourth installment of the popular franchise. Now, accused of a terrorist attack with bombs against the Kremlin and abandoned to his fate, he has to find a way to rehabilitate the good name of his agency. A lot of action, little imagination and good special effects. To see em family.

23.45 / La 2

Antibiotics, in 'TV Documents'

What to see on TV today? | Tuesday, February 12, 2019

That the bacteria are becoming resistant to all groups of existing antibiotics is already a disturbing reality. What has been done wrong to have reached this alarming situation? Documents TV shows in 'A cap of antibiotics' the opinion of the experts, who warn that in a few years there could be a shortage to treat infections. Abuse in humans and animals has contributed very slowly to developing this dangerous resistance.


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