What you see today on TV? | Thursday, April 16 2020 | Television

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9.00 / HBO Spain

Second season of ‘What we do in the shadows’

A portrait of the day-to-day (or rather night to night) of four vampires that shared the floor for a hundred years in Staten Island. The self-proclaimed leader of the group is to Nandor the ruthless, a great warrior and conqueror of the Ottoman Empire, has taken the helm of the group despite the fact that their tactics of the old world are, to put it politely, absolutely useless. There is also the vampire british, Laszlo, scoundrel, dandy and braggart, in their own words. Lover of adventures and the great festivals, but not so much as to see Nandor erring miserably in their attempts. And also is Nadja: the seductive, tempting, the Bonnie vampire to the Clyde that is Laszlo. His wisdom and provocative experiences of the past give an idea of the pros and cons of the immortal life. Series based on the comedy-horror worship of the same title.

17.15 / Movistar Premieres

‘Yesterday’

United kingdom, 2019 (116 minutes). Director: Danny Boyle . Cast: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Kate McKinnon, Ed Sheeran.

Imagine that had not existed The Beatles. I don’t, but the scriptwriter of this film, Richard Curtis (Oscar-nominated for Four weddings and a funeral), yes. With the always original vision of Danny Boyle, the film follows Jack Malik, a singer-songwriter failed to discover, after an accident, who is the only person in the world who knows The Beatles. Who could resist the music of the quartet from Liverpool? How to resign to ‘compose’ and sing their songs? As well, a nice fable music.

17.35 / Movistar Drama

‘The coup’

The Sting. United states, 1973 (129 minutes). Director: George Roy Hill. Cast: Paul Newman, Robert Redford.

Paul Newman and Robert Redford give life to two petty gangsters who plan the perfect shot, in this popular film that was everything a success of ticket office. Unforgettable soundtrack, careful direction and magnificent performances to a nice tape that got to the not inconsiderable figure of seven oscars.

21.45 / Antenna 3

Pablo López and Arturo Valls, guests on ‘El hormiguero’

This Thursday, in charge of closing the week in The ant: stay at home will be the singer Pablo López and the presenter, and actor Arturo Valls. They tell the viewers how they are coping with these days and their work more immediate. The DNA of the program remains the same: to continue having fun for the viewer. That is why we do science from home to entertain the public and develop various games that viewers can perform from home and make more pleasant these days.

22.00 / Calle 13

‘The Da Vinci code’

The Da Vinci code. The united states, 2006 (149 minutes). Director: Ron Howard. Cast: Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen.

With a great array of media (including scenarios such as the Louvre), and followed by a great controversy, was presented to this over-production of Ron Howard. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Dan Brown, one of the best sellers most controversial of recent times, with a plot centered around the work of Leonardo da Vinci The last supper. Very entertaining on the whole, but it led to more.

22.00 / AXN White

‘Ali’

United states, 2002 (160 minutes). Director: Michael Mann. Cast: Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, Jon Voight.

Michael Mann (The last of the mohicans and Heat) featured the role of Will Smith -a good job, which earned him a nomination for an Oscar – to recreate the life of Muhammad Ali, one of the athletes most controversial of all time, and whose influence in the society at that time extended far beyond the quadrilaterals.

22.05 / 1

Double delivery of ‘the name of the rose’

New appointment with the suspense in this double delivery The name of the rose, series based on the famous novel of the same name by Umberto Eco and starring John Turturro, Rupert Everett, Damian Hardung and Michael Emerson. In the first chapter of the night, William of Baskerville and Adso manage to escape from the library and begin to decrypt the message Venancio. While the delegation papal continues its progress towards the abbey, Gui receives a message from the Pope in expanding its power even more. The second episode of the day, the concern is on the rise, while looking for the disappeared monk Berengarius. Remigio shares with William his suspicions about Benno, and ensures that there is a strange connection between him, Berengarius, and Venancio. Later, William decrypts the second part of the code, which takes you back to the mysterious library.

23.30 / Movistar Series

‘Riverdale’, in the musical version

The fourth season of Riverdale returns after the stop of march, with an episode a musical, the second-to-last of the season (by the grounds of the current situation, the release will not be available in dubbed version for the moment). After paying tribute to Carrie. The musical (T2) and Heathers. The musical (T3), and this time tap Hedwig and the Angry Inchthe musical worship, John Cameron Mitchell with music and lyrics by Stephen Trask (1998). The episode includes versions of songs like Sugar Daddy, Origin of Love or Wig in a Box. In this episode, the director Honey forbids Kevin to represent a musical number from ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ as inappropriate and Archie and the others decide to revolt, becoming the show varieties of the institute in a tribute to the music of cult of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, 1998.

23.50 / TCM

‘The invasion of the ultracuerpos’

Invasion of the body snatchers. United states, 1978 (111 minutes). Director: Philip Kaufman. Cast: Donald Sutherland, Jeff Goldblum.

Although it does not reach the category of its reputable predecessor, The invasion of thieves of bodies, a remake very successful in highlighting the good work of the trio protagonist, its well-kept atmosphere and the excellent photography of Michael Chapman. Recommended.

23.50 / 1

‘Group 7’

Spain, 2012 (100 m.). Director: Alberto Rodríguez. Int.: Mario Casas, Antonio de la Torre, Inma Cuesta, Joaquín Núñez.

As Seville prepares to become a showcase of the world at the universal exhibition of 1992, a team of four policemen is to clean the streets of drug dealers, and delinquent. With this argument started cloudy and vigorous detective story, directed with his usual thoroughness, by Alberto Rodríguez (a year after would be devoted to the intense The island’s minimum). At the head of the cast of this story of coercion, lies and half-truths the effective Mario Casas and Antonio de la Torre, perfectly supported, among others, two actors whose strong performances were awarded prizes at the Goya, Julián Villagrán (supporting actor) and Joaquin Nunez (actor revelation).

0.15 / Movistar Action

‘The rider of pale’

Pale rider. United states, 1985 (112 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Cast: Clint Eastwood, Michael Moriarty, Carrie Snodgress.

Clint Eastwood directs, produces and stars in this interesting western, that recalls the classic George Stevens Deep roots. References to the cinema of Leone, and a treatment of the aesthetic of interior’s pretty risky.

0.45 / 2

The essential work of women’s solidarity

Women in The 2, the documentary series for RTVE in which women are the protagonists, delves this week into the work of women’s solidarity. The aim is to highlight the work of three brave and committed that exert their activity on different foundations from those that help other women in a situation of social emergency. The chapter will address three distinct areas. In the first place, the abolition of the sexual exploitation and trafficking of women. The viewer will be able to learn about the work of Doctors of the world and its work to eradicate these practices and to defend the rights of persons in situation of prostitution. Also will be explored in the fight against gender-based violence, specifically in a program aimed at women over the age of 60 years in the rural surroundings of Madrid (Project Look at me, I am visible) and other adolescents (Fundación Luz Casanova.). And, finally, we’ll talk about the aid to women prisoners and in the process of reintegration carried out by the foundation ACOPE. To compare the tasks performed in each foundation, claiming the need for support and do so from a standpoint of construction, the chapter will have with the voluntary María Pilar San D’errico, who carries 30 years of service to the dams in Spain as a volunteer for the association ACOPE; Sonia San Andres, social worker of the Foundation Luz Casanova; and Teresa Muñoz, a medical doctor and volunteer at Doctors of the World in the area of prostitution.