Film tonight on TV not to be missed Tuesday 6 September 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.

Comedy movie to see on tv tonight

Contromano, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Comedy

Scratchy comedy by and with Antonio Albanese. A Milanese trader devises a plan to get rid of a Senegalese street vendor who is competing with him.

Romantic movie to see on TV tonight

The Choice – The Choice, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno

From the novel by Nicholas Sparks, a romantic film with Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer. A vet and a student fall madly in love, but fate has a tragic event in store.

The emotional material, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Romance

Comedy by and with Sergio Castellitto, Berenice Bejo and Matilda De Angelis. Paris: The monotonous life of a bookstore owner gets a shock thanks to an exuberant actress.

Action movie to see on tv tonight

10 Minutes Gone, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Action

Action with Bruce Willis and Michael Chiklis in pursuit of the truth. After a robbery ended badly, a criminal loses 10 minutes of memory, essential to understand who betrayed him.

Revenge, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Suspense

Matilda Lutz in the first ‘revenge movie’ directed by a woman. Victim of the abuse of three men, a girl transforms herself from an object of desire into an unscrupulous avenger.

Science fiction movies to see on TV tonight

Paycheck, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Sci-fi

John Woo directs Ben Affleck, from the short story by Philip K. Dick. An engineer, forced to erase his memories at the end of each top secret project, discovers he is the victim of a conspiracy.

Fantastic movie to see on tv tonight

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, 9pm on Sky Cinema Family

Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp and Jude Law in the second spin-off of the “Harry Potter” saga, written by JK Rowling. Albus Dumbledore must stop the evil plan of the escaped Grindelwald.

Thriller movies to see on TV tonight

’71, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due

The Irish question in a thriller with Jack O’Connell. Belfast, 1971: after a clash between Catholics and Protestants, a soldier becomes the protagonist of a desperate night escape.

Biographical film to see on TV tonight

De Gaulle, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Drama

Lambert Wilson in the biopic on the French general. June, 1940: While his wife and children escape the German advance, Charles De Gaulle flies to London to negotiate with Churchill.

Free-to-air programs

Nobody can judge me, at 21:25 on Rai 1

35 years old, a son, a villa in Parioli and three servants: Alice has a smooth and perfect life, but when her husband dies in an accident, everything has to change.

I would like you only one hour, at 21:50 on Rai 2

The variety show signed by Enrico Brignano, with monologues, music and laughter, as well as ideas for reflecting on society and current events.

Cartabianca, at 21:25 on Rai 3

A journey between news and current events with Bianca Berlinguer to deepen the current and social issues of the country.

Outside the choir, 9.20 pm on Rete 4

The appointment with the journalist Mario Giordano who addresses the most current issues of politics and news through the most counter-current rumors.

Football – Champions League – PSG Vs Juventus, at 21:00 on Canale 5

The Champions League challenge that sees Juventus face PSG.

On the wings of adventure, 9.20 pm on Italia 1

Christian is a scientist, his son a teenager obsessed with video games: the idea of ​​a vacation together in nature sounds like a nightmare, but that’s what will bring them closer.

On Tuesday, 9.15 pm on La7

The weekly appointment with politics and current affairs led by Giovanni Floris.

Beijing Express The Sultans’ Route, 9:30 pm on TV8

The adventure capable of combining travel, discovery and entertainment begins, with 10 couples ready to travel between Turkey, Uzbekistan, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates.

Bad Company, 9:25 pm on Nove

The CIA hires the twin brother of a former agent killed in action as an agent to carry out a mission.



Source-tg24.sky.it