What to see today on TV? Wednesday, November 23, 2022

9.00 / Netflix

The student years of Wednesday Addams

Netflix premieres Wednesday, series starring Jenna Ortega, alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones as Wednesday’s mother, Morticia, and Luis Guzmán as her father, Gomez. The cast is completed by Gwendoline Christie and Christina Ricci, among others. A supernatural mystery chronicling Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy, where he tries to master his emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous murder wave that has terrorized the city, and solve the murder mystery involving his parents years ago. 25 years, all while navigating her tangled new relationships at Nevermore.

9.00 / AppleTV+

Intrigue seizes ‘Echo 3′

Luke Evans and Michiel Huisman star in echo 3, ten-episode action thriller, based on the series When Heroes Fly and shot in Colombia with dialogues in English and Spanish. The plot follows Amber Chesborough, a brilliant young scientist who is the head and heart of a small American family. When Amber goes missing at the Colombian-Venezuelan border, her brother Bambi (Evans) and her husband Prince (Huisman), two men with military experience and complicated pasts, struggle to find her in a complex personal drama set against the explosive backdrop of of a secret war

4:00 p.m. / Be Mad

‘Lawrence of Arabia’


Lawrence of Arabia. United Kingdom, 1962 (230 minutes). Director: David Lean. Cast: Peter O’Toole, Omar Sharif, Anthony Quinn.

The life and adventures of the archaeologist and writer TE Lawrence and his relationship with the Arab tribes during the years of the First World War served as the basis for this exceptional adventure production, which definitively elevated Peter O’Toole to stardom and won seven Oscars. . Unforgettable moments of action for, without a doubt, the best film signed by David Lean, who worked closely with producer Sam Spiegel after making The Bridge on the River Kwai together.

17.00 / 1

Spain debuts against Costa Rica


The Spanish team makes its debut this afternoon in the World Cup against Costa Rica with the aim of scoring three points and starting its participation in Group E on the right foot. Luis Enrique’s team knows that starting well is very important and even more so if their next rival in the group is Germany. For its part, this will be the third consecutive World Cup for the Costa Ricans that maintains part of the backbone that led them to the quarterfinals in Brazil 2014. In addition, GOL Mundial will offer three other clashes, Morocco-Croatia (11:00), Japan- Germany (14:00) and Belgium-Canada (20:00).

17.15 / Movistar Action

‘Minority Report’


United States, 2002 (138 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Tom Cruise, Max von Sydow, Colin Farrel, Samantha Morton.

In the near future, an elite unit is dedicated to predicting crimes and stopping the culprits before they occur. Its greatest architect, Detective John Anderton, will jeopardize the effectiveness of the system when, inexplicably, he finds himself involved in one of the cases. On this idea, based on a story by Philip K. Dick, Steven Spielberg resumes, with a barrage of shocking sequences, frenetic pace and good work by Tom Cruise, the science fiction cinema with a humanist message that he already addressed in AI Artificial intelligence.

20.29 / MCT

‘Mad Max, highway savages’


Mad Max. Australia, 1979 (88 minutes). Director: George Miller. Cast: Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, Hugh Keays-Byrne.

The first and, of course, the best of the entertaining saga that launched to world stardom after oscared Mel Gibson. Kind of western futuristic that in the hands of George Miller was consolidated as one of the most praised films of the late seventies. Violence, sadism and revenge are carefully combined in this vibrant film full of successful environments and with some truly unrepeatable action scenes. Good.

21.45 / Antenna 3

Ester Expósito, guest on ‘El hormiguero’


Tonight the actress Ester Expósito visits El hormiguero who will talk about the horror film in which she stars, titled Venus and that opens on December 2. In the film, Expósito plays a Madrid night dancer who, after stealing a bag of ecstasy pills, flees injured and takes refuge in the house of her sister and her niece to avoid going to a hospital. Strange phenomena begin to occur there.

22.00 / Movistar Premieres

‘Your best fan’


J’adore ce que vous faites. France, 2022 (91 minutes). Director: Philippe Guillard. Cast: Gerard Lanvin, Victor Artus Solaro, Antoine Bertrand.

Comedy filmed with the sole intention of entertaining, which it succeeds in, and which subordinates everything to the leading role of Gerard Lanvin (winner of the César Award for Best Actor in 1995 for Le fils préféré), which he plays himself during the most important shoot of his career. Soon everything will turn into a real nightmare when Momo enters the scene, the boy who takes care of the pool at his house and his biggest fan (Victor Artus Solar).

22.00 / Telecinco

Night of expulsion, in ‘Nightmare in Paradise’


Manuel González or Danna Ponce: one of the two new nominees -the first for being the most voted for by his peers and the second after being chosen by Omar Sánchez before leaving the contest- will become the twelfth expelled from A Nightmare in El Paraíso tonight in the new installment that Carlos Sobera will host in connection with Lara Álvarez from Jimena de La Frontera. The program will announce the decision of the audience in the open vote and will also show the hidden talents of the participants through the surprising and original performances that they have carried out around different artistic disciplines.

22.30 / The Sixth

‘The objective’ pays tribute to Ana Orantes


25 years ago, Ana Orantes recounted the hell she suffered on a television program. Thirteen days later, her husband killed her by setting it on fire. In the week in which the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is celebrated, The objective performs a special edition from the Ateneo de Madrid, with Ana Pastor and several guests on stage, among others, the children of Ana Orantes. The program has traveled to Granada to tour some of the most significant scenes in Orantes’ life, accompanied by her daughters Raquel and Charo, and her good friend Bárbara. In addition, Irma Soriano, Leire Pajín and Cristina Almeida will analyze how Spain has evolved in the fight against gender violence

22.30 / Neox

‘The body, The body’


The body. United States-Israel, 2000 (104 minutes). Director: Jonas McCord. Cast: Antonio Banderas, Olivia Williams, Derek Jacobi.

A Jesuit (Antonio Banderas) is sent to Jerusalem to find out if the body found in an excavation belongs to Jesus Christ. Once there he must face violent pressure from Orthodox Jews and terrorists. With this, a priori, attractive argument starts a failed tape that loses almost all the bellows throughout its footage. The best, its setting and its photography.

22.45 / Antenna 3

Joaquín jumps into politics


The search for his future job continues. Joaquin, the rookie travels this week to Comillas, Cantabria, so that the president of the Cantabrian autonomous community, Miguel Ángel Revilla, can tell him the ins and outs of the profession of politician. For it, will visit a cow farm where the owners will share with them the main problems facing the primary sector in our country. In addition, Joaquín will have the opportunity to meet Aurora Díaz and Lara Revilla, wife and daughter of the politician. Once Revilla’s profession is closely known, Joaquín will face his first political rally in front of a stadium with thousands of young athletes.

22.50 / Four

Double date with ‘The Good Doctor’


Cuatro broadcasts tonight two new chapters of the hospital series starring Freddie Highmore, The Good Doctor. In the first installment, titled forgive or forget, Shaun and Lea go on a camping trip to take their mind off their painful miscarriage. On the other hand, Morgan Reznik and Alex Park argue about what is the best treatment for their patient to receive. In the second, Come, a team of health professionals from St. Bonaventure Hospital travels to Guatemala to carry out a surgical mission that will help the patients of a modest rural hospital. Once there, the doctors find they have to care for a small community that desperately needs their help. The first task assigned to them is to identify the people they can help the most. While Shaun Murphy does a great job in the Central American country, Lea continues to deal with the loss of her baby.

23.00 / 1

‘John Q’


United States, 2002 (111 minutes). Director: Nick Cassavetes. Cast: Denzel Washington, Robert Duvall, James Wood, Anne Heche.

With a high load of social denunciation, this interesting drama is presented, which was the third job behind the scenes of Nick Cassavetes, author of the interesting Relive Y Caught between two men. Starring Denzel Washington, the story centers on a father’s desperate struggle to get his son an urgently needed heart transplant. Seeing that time is running out, he decides to take a desperate measure. One but: it shows a certain lack of credibility.

0.40 / Neox

‘Fugitives in Chains’


Fled. United States, 1996 (94 minutes). Director: Kevin Hooks. Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Stephen Baldwin, Will Patton.

A hardened convict (Laurence Fishburne) and a computer hacker (Stephen Baldwin) who has gone to prison for stealing from a multinational corporation go on the run and go on a desperate escape. Handcuffed to each other, they soon have the police and some mafia thugs on their tail. A conventional but entertaining exercise in action directed by Kevin Hooks.

0.45 / The 1

Winter arrives at ‘Comando actualidad’


In what is expected to be the most expensive and harshest winter in recent decades, actuality command shows how dozens of citizens prepare to save and face a hypothetical shortage of energy, food or raw materials. Spain also becomes a destination for those fleeing the cold to lower the heating bill. It is estimated that tourism will grow this winter in Spain by up to 15% due to the arrival of Germans, Dutch and neighbors from northern Europe.

0.45 / Paramount Channel



United States, 2005 (150 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Eric Bana, Daniel Craig, Ciarán Hinds.

Inspired by true events, Spielberg rides a hard and vigorous thriller which narrates the events that occurred during the Olympic Games held in Munich in 1972, where a Palestinian extremist group killed 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team. The film was nominated for five oscars (film, director, adapted script, editing and soundtrack).

1.35 / Movistar Premieres



Australia, 2021 (112 minutes). Director: Justin Kurzel. Cast: Caleb Landry Jones, Essie Davis, Anthony LaPaglia.

Persecuted by controversy (it was only exhibited in two rooms in Tasmania, Australia) this devastating and thoughtful thriller psychological that delves into the mind of the murderer Martyn Bryant, who in 1996 murdered 35 people in Port Arthur, turning this massacre into one of the bloodiest shootings in Australian history. The person in charge of giving life to the polyhedral protagonist of this story is Caleb Landry Jones (Let me out), whose performance earned him the best actor award at Cannes.

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What to see today on TV? Wednesday, November 23, 2022