TV programs Tonight today 15 January 2023: Live film Rai, Mediaset and Sky

Tonight’s television schedule offers a number of options. At 21.25, Rai 1 broadcasts The investigations of Lolita Lobosco, with Luisa Ranieri. La 7 will follow at 9.15 pm Non è l’arena, while at 8.00 pm Rai 3 will broadcast Fabio Fazio’s talk show Che tempo che fa.

As for tonight’s cinematic proposals, Canale 5 broadcasts Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 in prime time, with Gal Gadot. Italia 1 broadcasts the famous film by Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo Thus is life at 21.20. Furthermore, Rai Movie broadcasts the films Belle & Sebastien and The Conformist by Bernardo Bertolucci in sequence. Below is a complete list of what can be expected on television tonight.

Raiuno broadcasts the fiction The investigations of Lolita Lobosco 2 with Luisa Ranieri, while Rete 4 broadcasts the current affairs program White Zone, hosted by Giuseppe Brindisi.

This Sunday, January 15, 2023, viewers will be able to tune in to Raitre for the talk show Che tempo che fa, hosted by Fabio Fazio, and to La7 for Non è L’Arena, hosted by Massimo Giletti, to stay updated on current events.

Tune in to Rai this Sunday 15 January 2023 for an entertaining evening of television programming.

Tune in to Raiuno at 21.25 to watch the second episode of Lolita Lobosco’s investigations. The title of tonight’s episode is “The Poisoned Scammaro”. Lolita (Luisa Ranieri) investigates a case that is very close to her heart: a writer died of botox poisoning caused by one of Nunzia’s main dishes, Aunt Dolò’s scammaro.

At 20.00 on Raitre, after the Christmas break, the talk show Che tempo che fa with Fabio Fazio resumes. With him there will be authoritative personalities from the world of politics, publishing and entertainment, including Filippa Lagerback and Luciana Littizzetto. At the end of the broadcast, the usual appointment with the Table Talk column.

Mediaset programs, La7

Tonight at 21.20 on Rete 4, Giuseppe Brindisi will host the current affairs program White Zone. His intent is to maintain an informative and respectful tone, avoiding bad taste content as often happens in other television programs. He will discuss with viewers the news that has made headlines in recent days.

At 21.15 on La7, Non è L’Arena will talk about current affairs. After the break for the holidays, Massimo Giletti will return to the broadcast to provide his point of view on the latest developments in Italian politics. We will also talk about news from Ukraine.

Tv8, Nine, Real Time

Tune in to TV8 at 21.30 to see the first episode of the new season of the famous format Bruno Barbieri – 4 Hotel, hosted by the famous chef Bruno Barbieri. The episode will present four hotels located in three Sicilian cities: Ragusa, Syracuse, Noto and Scicli, and will be dedicated to the Sicilian Baroque.

On November 9th at 9.25 pm Only Best – Comedy show returns for its second season, hosted by Elettra Lamborghini and the PanPers. The performance of Francesco Cicchella, known for his parodies of songs by Michael Bublé, among other things, will be reviewed.

At 20.50 on Real Time, Don Antonio has a special surprise for the future spouses Salvatore and Lucia. On their wedding day, Benedetta Parodi and the contestants of the talent show “Bake Off Italia” will arrive at the castle to create a dream cake for the newlyweds.

This Sunday, January 15, 2023, films will be shown in the evening.

At 21.10 on Rai Movie the 2013 adventure film Belle & Sebastien, directed by Nicolas Vanier and starring Félix Bossuet, will be screened. The film tells the story of Sebastien, an orphan who befriends Belle, a female Pyrenean dog believed to be a dangerous predator. However, Sebastien will demonstrate the true nature of the animal.

Wonder Woman 1984, Patty Jenkins’ 2020 fantasy film starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, will air on Channel 5 at 21.20. Set in 1980s Washington, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), also known as Wonder Woman, works as a secret agent for the United States government. She must battle Barbara (Kristen Wiig), a Soviet agent who has acquired formidable abilities thanks to a powerful talisman known as the Dreamstone.

At 21.20 on Italia 1 the 1998 comedy film Thus is life will be broadcast, with Aldo Baglio, Giacomo Poretti and Giovanni Storti. Giacomo, a policeman, is kidnapped by Aldo, a prisoner awaiting trial. Giovanni, inventor of toys, is also taken hostage. During their journey, they meet the enigmatic Clara (Marina Massironi).

At 21.00 on Iris airs Edward Zwick’s 2003 drama The Last Samurai, starring Tom Cruise, set in 1876. Northern Captain Algren is assigned to train the new Japanese army, but on their first meeting he is captured by the samurai rebel Katsumoto and taken to his village.

At 21 on Cine34 the Immortal will be screened, a 2019 drama film starring and directed by Marco D’amore. The film follows the story of Ciro Di Marzio, one of the main characters in the Gomorra series, who survived being killed by Genny Savastano and is forced to leave Naples. Don Aiello gives him an assignment.

Tune in this Sunday 15 January 2023 for a selection of films broadcast on Sky.

At 21.15 on Sky Cinema Uno the fantasy film King Kong by Peter Jackson from 2005 will be screened, with Naomi Watts and Adrien Brody. The film follows Ann and Jack, who arrive on a mysterious island with a film crew to shoot a movie. Here they meet a giant gorilla who develops an affinity for the woman.

At 21.15 on Sky Cinema Due, viewers will be able to see the drama The King of Chess (2021) by Philipp Stolzi, with Oliver Masucci. Set in Vienna in 1938, the film follows lawyer Joseph Bartok, who is placed in solitary confinement for his refusal to cooperate with the Gestapo. While incarcerated, Bartok develops a strong fixation on chess.

At 21.00 on Sky Cinema Family the 2017 comedy film by Lasse, Quack!, with Bryce Gheisar and Dennis Quaid will be screened. The film follows the story of little Ethan, who rescues a golden retriever and names him Bailey, forming a strong bond between the two. Years later, Bailey dies.

At 21.00 on Sky Cinema Action, viewers will be able to see Paul WS Anderson’s 2008 action film, Death Race, starring Jason Statham and Joan Allen. Set in a futuristic prison, inmates are forced to participate in dangerous car races. Jansen, a skilled pilot, chooses to challenge the system.

At 21.00 on Sky Cinema Suspense the 2006 science fiction film by Alfonso Cuaròn, Children of Men, starring Clive Owe, will be screened. Set in London in 2027, the film follows Theo as he tries to protect Kee, the only pregnant woman left in the world, from the threat of politicians and terrorists.

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