July 24, 2021

What to watch on TV today? Monday, July 5, 2021 | TV

11.00 / The Sixth

‘Red hot’ with José Luis Escrivá

With the vaccination campaign in full swing and a worrying epidemiological situation, Red Hot will be attended by José Luis Escrivá, Minister of Social Security. Antonio García Ferreras will pose various questions to the holder of Social Security. The future of pensions, the pact signed last Thursday between social actors, the demands of Brussels or early retirements will be some of the issues that will be addressed in the interview.

15.30 / Movistar Premieres

‘Vacation in Africa’

See you among the Malawas. Francia, 2019 (93 minutos). Director: James Huth. Performers: Christian Clavier, Pascal Elbé, Michaël Youn.

Sympathetic French comedy about human nature in which a group of famous people live with a wild tribe from Africa. Although the idea is not very original, the good work of its protagonists, led by the always effective Christian Clavier (the popular Delcojón the rascal of Visitors were not born yesterday), it gives it that touch of quirky madness that the idea needed. Fun.

17.00 / Decasa Channel

The art of wallpaper

This afternoon, Canal Decasa premieres new episodes by On-paper-art, the program of his own production in which Chus Cano renovates rooms of real houses with the help of wallpaper. In this series, Chus Cano not only projects a new decoration to accompany the chosen paper, but also encourages himself to create something with his own hands for each case. Everything can be wallpaper, both bedrooms and kitchens, terraces and even entrances. The key is choosing the right paper.

17.05 / Movistar Drama

‘The Midnight Express’

Midnight Express. United States, 1978 (121 minutes). Director: Alan Parker. Performers: Brad Davis, Randy Quaid, John Hurt, Bo Hopkins.

Despite a tricky script, manipulated by Alan Parker at will, this film, full of attractions and based on real events, achieved the recognition of both critics and the public. It narrates the extremely difficult moments that a young American has to go through when he is arrested and later imprisoned in a nightmarish prison in Turkey. Complaints against the permanent violation of human rights narrated with crudeness and credibility.

17.30 / Antenna 3

‘Bitter land’ arrives in the afternoons

Every afternoon from Monday to Friday, Antena 3 will offer Bitter land, a drama that has swept his native country, Turkey, and in more than 30 territories and in which a team of more than 500 professionals has participated. After yesterday’s preview, the series starts in the 1970s in Istanbul and reaches Adana, through a train journey through Turkey. The protagonist, üleyha, grew up without a father and saved money for her stepbrother by working as a tailor’s apprentice. She also lives in love with Yılmaz. The lives of young people dazzled by their love for each other will turn into a dark nightmare on an unusual night: they will be thrown out of Istanbul, to end up on the property of the Yaman, in the fertile land of the Çukurova region.

19.50 / TCM

‘The bridges of Madison’

Bridges of Madison County. United States, 1995 (129 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Performers: Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep, Annie Corley.

Masterful drama with which Clint Eastwood once again savored success. The actor and director adapted the homonymous novel by Robert James Waller into a moving film that talks about love and the consequences of choice. For the protagonists, nothing better than a truly exceptional couple like Meryl Streep, perfect in her difficult role, and Eastwood himself. Good sense of rhythm and an admirable soundtrack complete this great work.

20.06 / Hollywood

‘Total challenge’

Total recall. United States, 1990 (108 minutes). Director: Paul Verhoeven. Performers: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rachel Ticotin, Sharon Stone.

After shuffling names such as David Cronenberg and Bruce Beresford, it was Paul Verhoeven who was in charge of adapting the novel by Philip K. Dick, the author who inspired Ridley Scott in Blade runner. A spectacular futuristic exercise featuring impressive Oscar-winning special effects. In addition, it got nominations for sound and sound effects.

21.45 / Antenna 3

‘El hormiguero’ receives María Hervás

For the first program of the week, The anthill will have a visit, for the first time, by the actress, María Hervás, who will present her new film The Cover, the debut as director of Secun de la Rosa. This musical comedy, in which he shares a cast with Àlex Monner, Marina Salas, Carolina Yuste and set in Benidorm, tells the story of two young people who will pursue their dreams in the world of music while they fall in love.

22.00 / The 2


Jaws. United States, 1975 (119 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Performers: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Lorraine Gary.

One of the most charismatic films of the prolific Steven Spielberg. A shark will spread panic among vacationers in a small town on the US East Coast in this exciting maritime intrigue, which elevated a then-emerging director to star status. Good shots and three Hollywood statuettes for a commercial success.

22.10 / The 1

‘Ocean’s Twelve: One more comes into play’

Ocean’s Twelve. United States, 2005 (125 minutes). Director: Steven Soderbergh. Cast: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts.

It’s been three years since Danny Ocean and his team emptied Terry Benedict’s vault. Now, someone betrays the businessman, who threatens to kill them if they do not return everything stolen plus interest. Second installment of this effective saga, which reunites a cast as glamorous as it is effective.

22.30 / DMAX

The darkest conspiracies in history

What really happened when the pilot Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean in 1937? Can the identity of the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper finally be confirmed? Did Hitler die in his bunker at the end of WWII? What is the truth behind the theory that COVID-19 was created by man? The reality is complex and the human being tends to question everything by nature. For this reason, throughout history, different theories have proliferated about how certain events occurred, which today continue to generate uncertainty and suspicion. DMAX joins an exhaustive investigation to discover the reality of the events that have marked humanity with the premiere of Conspiracies exposed.

22.45 / Antenna 3

New installment of ‘Woman’

This Monday, in Woman, the series starring Özge Özpirinçci and focused on the story of overcoming, love, secrets and solidarity of Bahar and his two children, Arif and Ceyda plot their revenge and try to teach Şirin a good lesson. After all the pain and separation they suffered, Arif and Bahar will be face to face, heart in hand, can Arif and Bahar’s relationship finally work? Can Bahar stop feeling like a “mother” and start a new life stage as a “woman” who feels and is happy?

22.50 / Four

The ways of the life

Anna Camerlingo

There are moments that forever change a life. And for the protagonist of this story that moment came when he received a visit in his workshop with the order to modify the motor of a boat. Four premieres The Devil’s Clocks, an action series inspired by a true story of drug trafficking on an international scale and starring Giuseppe Fiorello and Álvaro Cervantes. Filmed in Italy, Spain and Belgium, it recreates the dangerous odyssey lived by Gianfranco Franciosi, an Italian nautical mechanic whose infiltration work in a drug cartel was decisive in Operation Albatros. Filmmaker Alessandro Angelini directs an international cast that includes prominent Spanish actors such as Alicia Borrachero, Carlos Librado ‘Nene’, Michelle Calvó and Ignasi Vidal. In this first episode, Marco Merani is a naval mechanic who loves his job. When Polverone, one of his best clients, is assassinated, he discovers that the boats he set up for him were used to transport drugs. Days later, some men show up at his shipyard asking him to continue with the work.

24.00 / Telecinco

‘Blancanieves (Mirror, mirror)’

Mirror Mirror. United States, 2012 (106 minutes). Director: Tarsem Singh. Performers: Lily Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer.

New version of the immortal tale of the Brothers Grimm that tries to separate itself from the classic adaptations, but that remains only a mere exercise of showing off the beauty of the tale, this time, the witch Roberts. Some wise doses of humor and various action scenes enliven the show.

0.02 / Hollywood


The net. United States, 1995 (112 minutes). Director: Irwin Winkler. Cast: Sandra Bullock, Jeremy Northam.

Computer science and the problems that its misuse can cause to society are the true protagonists of this correct intrigue directed by Irwin Winkler, a well-known Hollywood producer involved in directing tasks. For the main role, nothing better than Sandra Bullock, an actress very used to the action genre, as evidenced by her appearances in Speed O Demolition man. A film with abundant doses of emotion and intrigue.

0.05 / The 1


United States, 1998 (131 minutes). Directors: Andy and Larry Wachowski. Performers: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss.

Four oscars endorse the quality of this science-fiction installment that distanced itself from everything seen up to that moment thanks to its spectacular special effects, a reference to many later films, and which contains the effective work of both Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne. Impressive, although its continuations (which are also broadcast this afternoon, Matrix Reloaded Y Matrix Revolutions), generally entertaining for the general public, are not up to it.

1.25 / Movistar CineÑ

‘The Greatest Robbery Ever Told’

Spain, 2002 (114 minutes). Director: Daniel Monzón. Performers: Antonio Resines, Neus Asensi, Manuel Manquiña, Javier Aller.

After the surprise that was The heart of the warrior, Daniel Monzón completely changed the register to shoot this fun tribute to the perfect heist movies, such as the mythical Rufufú Y Robbery at three. Now, peculiar thieves (played by a perfectly oiled cast) set out to steal nothing less than the famous Guernica.

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