Film tonight on TV not to be missed on Sunday 7 August 2022


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.

Drama to see on TV tonight

Palma un amore di cane, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno

The true story of unconditional love. Abandoned at the airport, a dog named Palma befriends Nicholas, a nine-year-old boy who has lost his mother and an absent pilot father.

Harem Suaré, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due

Ferzan Ozpetek sets a suggestive story against the backdrop of the Ottoman Empire. An odalisque of Italian origins asks the eunuch Nadir for help to become the sultan’s favorite.

A dream called Florida, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Drama

Intense film with Willem Dafoe nominated for the Oscar 2018. In a suburban motel three children spend the summer between games and dreams, finding happiness even in decay.

Comedy movie to see on tv tonight

Marilyn has black eyes, 9pm on Sky Cinema Romance

Stefano Accorsi and Miriam Leone in a sentimental comedy. As a rehabilitation therapy, a compulsive liar and a short-tempered man will have to run a restaurant together.

Action movie to see on tv tonight

American Sniper, 9.15pm on Sky Cinema Collection

1 Oscar for Clint Eastwood’s action with Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller. An infallible sniper who has become a legend in Iraq returns to America and faces the aftermath of the war.

Your ex never dies, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Comedy

Female spy comedy with Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon. Two friends find themselves at the center of an international intrigue, chased by a killer and an attractive secret agent.

Science fiction movies to see on TV tonight

Dune, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Action

6 Academy Awards for Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi blockbuster with a cast of stars. On the planet Arrakis there is a feud between houses for the control of a precious resource.

Thriller movies to see on TV tonight

Run, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Suspense

Psychological Thriller with Sarah Paulson and Keira Allen. Confined to a wheelchair, young Chloe discovers that her mother’s loving care hides an unexpected truth.

Animation film to see on TV tonight

Despicable me 2, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Family

The irresistible sequel to the trilogy that hit the box office. Gru is forced to return to action alongside agent Lucy Wilde to defeat the fearsome El Macho.

Fantastic movie to see on tv tonight

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2, 9.15pm on Sky Cinema 4k

The epic final act of the blockbuster saga about vampires born from the pen of Stephenie Meyer, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.

Free-to-air programs

The veiled lady, at 21:25 on Rai 1

Trentino, early twentieth century. Clara Grandi stages her death and returns in disguise, covered by a black veil.

NCIS Los Angeles, 9:05 pm on Rai 2

In Hetty’s secret archive, Callen retrieves the sheet of his psycho-aptitude tests he took as a child.

Kilimanjaro Summer, at 21:25 on Rai 3

Camila Raznovich at the “Kilimanjaro” takes us to the most beautiful – and often unknown – places on the planet.

Sharm El Sheikh – An unforgettable summer, 9:25 pm on Rete 4

Insurance agent Fabio Romano sees his job threatened by the crisis.

Contra – The adverse party, at 21:21 on Canale 5

Germany today. After offending Naima, a Muslim student, Professor Pohl, an expert in forensic rhetoric, risks being fired.

Football – Italian Cup – Monza Vs Frosinone 1, 9.15 pm on Italy 1

Coppa Italia – First round – Live from the U-Power Stadium, the Brianza of Mr. Stroppa, newly promoted to Serie A, face the Giallazzurri.

Miss Marple, 9.15 pm on La7

Miss Marple is an elderly, single woman who likes to call herself an “observer of human nature”.

Italia’s Got Talent 2022 – Best of, 9.30 pm on TV8

The most unpredictable talent ever: Elio, Federica Pellegrini, Mara Maionchi and Frank Matano evaluate unlikely talents.

I was born on 23, 21:25 on Nove

Teresa Mannino tells with irony that the path that has led her to be what she is distinguishes her.



Source-tg24.sky.it