Here is an overview of the films that will air tonight on TV on Sky channels. All Première and first pass Libraries are also available on Sky On Demand and Sky Go.
Thriller movies to see on TV tonight
The Shift, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno
Two Islamic students carry out an attack but one of them is rescued in an ambulance with another explosive belt.
The girl on the train, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Suspense
Emily Blunt in a film based on a novel. A woman develops a morbid curiosity towards a couple.
Drama to see on TV tonight
The aphid and the ant, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due +24
Hymn to integration with Beppe Fiorello and Valentina Lodovini in the cast.
Comedy movie to see on tv tonight
Magic nights, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due
Paolo Virzì directs Giancarlo Giannini in a film set in 1990. During the semifinal of the World Cup three screenwriters are suspected of murder.
Grandfather this time it’s war, at 21:00 on Sky Cinema Family
Robert De Niro, Uma Thurman and Christopher Walken in a Sky Original comedy. A grandfather occupies the room of his grandson, who will do everything to reclaim his space.
Four weddings and a funeral, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Romance
Captivating and well-known British comedy starring Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell.
Forever Young, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Comedy
Sabrina Ferilli, Stefano Fresi and Teo Teocoli in a bittersweet comedy about those who don’t want to grow up.
Action movie to see on tv tonight
Lucy, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Action
Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman in a science fiction action. A woman is forced to smuggle eggs of a drug that gives incredible powers.
Science fiction movies to see on TV tonight
Men In Black, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema 4K
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in the first chapter of the sci-fi saga in which a human agency fights aliens.
Fantasy movie to see on tv tonight
Batman Begins, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Collection
First film in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy on the superhero Batman, this time played by Christian Bale.
War movie to see on TV tonight
Operation Valkyrie, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Drama
Tom Cruise in a war movie inspired by a true story. A Nazi officer plans to kill Hitler.
The Battle of Hacksaw Ridge, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno +24
Mel Gibson directs Andrew Garfield in the true story of a soldier who refused to use weapons in war and became a rescuer.
The brilliant friend – Story of those who flee and those who stay, at 21:25 on Rai 1
Third season of the famous miniseries based on the novels of Elena Ferrante.
The rookie, at 21:20 on Rai 2
TV series with Nathan Fillion, who plays a man with a dream of becoming a cop in Los Angeles.
Che tempo che fa, 20:00 on Rai 3
Fabio Fazio and Luciana Littizzetto in a program of interviews, between culture and social issues through politics.
Zona Bianca, 9.20 pm on Rete 4
Giuseppe Brindisi conducts an information rotogravure which focuses mainly on Italian politics.
Sunshine at 9:20 pm on Canale 5
Checco Zalone in his third film. A penniless father leaves with his son for a holiday full of surprises.
Geostorm, 9.20 pm on Italia 1
Disaster movie with Gerard Butler. A terrible natural catastrophe promises to strike Earth.
It is not the Arena, 9.15 pm on La7
Massimo Giletti leads a container of current affairs, politics and social issues to be explored.
Premonition, 9.30 pm on TV8
Thriller with Sandra Bullock. A woman receives the premonition of her husband’s death.
I’m Roman but it’s not my fault, 9:25 pm on Nove
Enrico Brignano takes us, between laughter and irony, on a journey to the most ancient Rome.