What to see on TV today? Wednesday January 11, 2023 | TV

12.50 / Be crazy

“Among the Wolves”

Spain, 2010 (108 minutes). Director: Gerardo Olivares. Performers: Juan José Ballesta, Sancho Gracia, Carlos Bardem.

Gerardo Olivares of Córdoba had already made two noteworthy films with a fighting spirit (The grand finale and 14 kilometers), before moving to Sierra Morena to shoot among wolves, the true story of Marcos Rodríguez, a boy who lived with a pack of wolves for 12 years, becoming its leader.

1.55pm/Hollywood

“Tropic Thunder: A Very Bitchy War!”

United States, 2008 (107 minutes). Director: Ben Stiller. Actors: Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black, Tom Cruise, Steve Coogan.

With a certain delinquent spirit, tropical thunder follow in the footsteps of an annoying group of Hollywood actors making a movie about the Vietnam War; The ruckus will start when everyone enters the territory of some dangerous traffickers. Between laughs, the comedy takes a scathing look at the ins and outs of the industry, railing against producers and directors, method actors and the Hollywood Academy. A well understood farce.

14.50 / MTC

“In the Pool of Gold”

On the golden pond. EE UU, 1981 (109 minutes). Director: Mark Rydell. Interpertes: Henry Fonda, Katharine Hepburn, Jane Fonda.

A film supported by the meeting of two legends, Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn, on the only occasion they shared the screen. His interpretative duel gives life to a somewhat sweetened story about family redemptions.

4.30pm / Be crazy

“Murder on the Orient Express”

Murder on the Orient Express. UK, 1974 (122 minutes). Director: Sidney Lumet. Starring: Albert Finney, Sean Connery, Jacqueline Bisset.

Agatha Christie’s novels have not had much luck in their film adaptations. Among these stands out Murder on the Orient Express, also because there has never been a Poirot as tense and intense as the one created by Albert Finney. And also because behind the camera is an author of Sidney Lumet’s stature, who brings a special vehemence to the images and skilfully plays with the angles and dimensions of the planes in the sets where the intrigue moves.

17.50 / Movistar comedy

“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Australia, 1994 (96 minutes). Director: Stephan Elliott. Starring: Terence Stamp, Hugo Weaving.

This hilarious comedy achieved unexpected success upon its premiere by presenting, in the form of street movie, the forays of three drag queens who make a living as stand-up comedians. Her adventures will grow following a contract to act for a month in a hotel in the middle of the Australian desert. Abba songs enliven the show.

10.18 / Movistar Classics

“An American Werewolf in London”

An American werewolf in London. 1981 (100 minutes. Director: John Landis. Cast: David Naughton, Griffin Dunne.

in his time, An American werewolf in London revolutionized the screens thanks to some amazing special effects. Today it still remains a small cult piece thanks to the stunning combination of dread, visual darkness and black humor achieved by John Landis.

7.45pm / 2am

‘Arqueomania’ returns new challenges of archaeology

The Romanization of Galicia, Navarrese sites, human evolution or underwater archeology will be some of the fields on which the new season of the documentary series focuses Archaeomania. Directed and presented by Manuel Pimentel, it covers numerous territories in Spain and abroad to get closer to the secrets of the great civilizations. In tonight’s episode, archaeomania it will focus on Galicia from an unknown point of view: renewing the ideas on its Romanization and confirming the previous presence of Phoenicians and Punics.

10.00 pm / On the 2nd

Season 2 of ‘The Three Doors’

María Casado speaks again every week with various guests in the interview space Las tres puertas., which starts its second season today. This episode will have three guests, the musician Manuel Carrasco, the actress Aitana Sánchez-Gijón and the writer, screenwriter and director Albert Espinosa.

22.35 / #0

Premiere of the miniseries ‘Litvinenko’

With David Tennant, the miniseries Litvinenko chronicles one of the most complex investigations in British police history, following the polonium poisoning of a former Russian spy who, after helping detectives from her hospital bed, allegedly died in 2006. With the support of her family by Alexander Litvinenko and key people involved in the case, the four episodes of this production recreate the arduous task performed by Metropolitan Police officers Clive Timmons and Brent Hyatt.

22.45 / Antenna 3

Returns “Take a Million”

The competition remembered Get a million It was broadcast on Antena 3 between 2011 and 2014, with two seasons in prime time and four in daily format. Tonight he returns to the chain with a special delivery presented by Manel Fuentes. The competition is giving away one million euros in cash for each bet. Each pair of participants is faced with eight questions and must try to save as much money as possible until the end of the program.

10.50 pm / Telecinco

‘Scandal’ series premiere

Manuel Fiestas Moreno

Alexandra Jiménez and Fernando Líndez star in the eight-episode series Scandal. Story of an obsession. Its plot is carried out by Inés, a 42-year-old woman weighed down by complexes and frustrations, who decides to dive into the sea to end her life. However, she will be saved by Hugo, a teenager with whom she will fall in love obsessively.

10.50pm / Four

New medical cases in “The Good Doctor”

This week’s episodes of the series The good doctor wrap their characters in new adventures. Among the plots of him, Dr. Shaun Murphy will form a strong bond with a precocious patient, a situation that could question the objectivity of him. On the other hand, while working as a volunteer, Morgan Reznick realizes that she could help Dr. Aaron Glassman’s clinic by offering her telehealth services to nursing homes and treatment centers.

0.30/MTC

‘The fugitive’

The fugitive. USA, 1993 (125 minutes). Director: Andrew Davis. Starring: Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones.

Coming from the author of horrors like above the law, We couldn’t expect much from this remake of the old TV series. However, thanks to an excellent script that doses the narrative tension masterfully, and to a magnificent pair of protagonists (in particular a magnetic Tommy Lee Jones, who won an Oscar for his work), The fugitive it becomes a film as solid as it is tense, which accumulates sequences full of rhythm.

0.30/1

The long-term unemployed in Spain

Space reality command puts the emphasis in its first program of the year on the long-term unemployed in Spain. Half are over 45 and the majority are women. 83% of Human Resources managers admit that they did not hire a person over 55 in 2022. Why is experience not valued? What does it mean to look for work and be rejected because of age? How does not finding a job in the last years of working life affect retirement? These are some of the questions that the program seeks to answer.

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