9.00 / Netflix

‘Displaced’ in the Australian desert

Cate Blanchett is the co-creator and one of the protagonists of Desplazados, a miniseries about four strangers whose lives intersect in an immigration detention center in the middle of the Australian desert: an air hostess who is fleeing a dangerous sect; an Afghan refugee and his family escaping persecution; a young father walking away from a job with no future and a bureaucrat running out of time to hide a national scandal.

21.05 / # 0

A trip to discover extraordinary places

Many of the world’s most iconic monuments were inspired and built by faith. Today millions of people continue to visit them. This series, Sacred Wonders of the World, investigates the current reasons for worship in these enclaves. Hundreds of years later, many of these monuments retain a strong spiritual and religious character: for many they are places to find peace and tranquility, but for others they are places of celebration and mass gatherings where rituals and demonstrations of faith take place. This three-episode miniseries shows what people do out of religious devotion in some of the most impressive places of worship on the planet, including Easter in Spain. First stop, Mali, Japan and the United States.

22.00 / Fox Life

‘Maids and Ladies’

The Help. United States, 2011 (146 minutes). Director: Tate Taylor. Performers: Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Sissy Spacek, Jessica Chastain.

A highly entertaining adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s eponymous novel, set in the 1960 Mississippi. With a close-coupled cast (to highlight the portrayals of Viola Davis and Oscar-winning Octavia Spencer), Tate Taylor puts on an effective southern drama about racism and segregation, nuanced with some wise touches of humor. Too bad the set, despite its undeniable quality, is over-sugar and lacks some necessary dose of criticism.

22.00 / Movistar LaLiga

Catalan derby, Barcelona-Espanyol

This new football day will start (19.30) with an interesting Getafe-Villarreal, two teams that are fighting to stay in European positions. The people from Madrid come from drawing with Osasuna in El Sadar and the Levantines from losing at home with Barcelona. At the same time, Betis receives at Benito Villamarín, before seeing the faces with Atlético de Madrid, an Osasuna who did not stop drawing at home and who is located in the quiet part of the table. And to close the day, Catalan derby, Barcelona-Espanyol. Neither of them can afford any failure, the team led by Quique Setién needs victory to continue to aspire to the leadership (Real Madrid now takes four points) and the parakeets to try a miraculous comeback (it is last at four and five points, respectively, from Leganés and Mallorca.

22.00 / Movistar Drama

‘Michael Collins’

United States-United Kingdom-Ireland, 1996 (127 minutes). Director: Neil Jordan. Performers: Liam Neeson, Aidan Quinn, Julia Roberts.

The great Neil Jordan delivers an energetic biographical drama that reviews the figure of Michael Collins, controversial and legendary leader of the IRA in Ireland in 1916. The filmmaker’s usual visual power is combined with an excellent reconstruction of the time and a memorable work by Liam Neeson.

22.05 / 1

Laura Valenzuela’s ‘Blood ties’

This Wednesday, Lazos de sangre is immersed in the lives of two strong women, capable of resigning without losing their identity: Laura Valenzuela and her daughter Lara Dibildos. The life today of which she was a television presenter for more than 20 years or how the disease shook this saga are just some of the episodes that the program will review with her most intimate circle. The program will review the history of the mythical television presenter and will address the secrets of her marriage to José Luis Dibildos thanks to the testimonies of her daughter Lara Dibildos, Álvaro Muñoz Escassi, Rosa María Calaf, Manuel Campo Vidal or Alejandra Prat. Rocío Carrasco will be in the debate presented by Boris Izaguirre; Álvaro Muñoz Escassi, ex-partner of Lara Dibildos; Marianne Sandberg, widow of Joaquín Prat, television partner of Laura Valenzuela; and journalists Teresa Viejo, Manuel Campo Vidal and Jesús Mariñas.

22.30 / The Sixth

‘Mad Max, beyond the Dome of Thunder’

United States, 1985 (106 minutes). Director: George Miller. Performers: Mel Gibson, Tina Turner.

Mel Gibson is reunited with Mad Max in this spectacular continuation, which supported much of its quality in some very careful special effects. An attractive futuristic action installment in which the legendary singer Tina Turner gives the perfect replica to a credible Mel Gibson.

22.30 / Sundance TV

‘Seven French pool tables’

Spain, 2007 (118 minutes). Director: Gracia Querejeta. Interpreters: Maribel Verdú, Blanca Portillo, Jesús Castejón.

The filmmaker Gracia Querejeta, with the same intimate tone that characterizes her previous works, directs this applauded drama of personal overcoming and amorous disagreements around a decadent billiard room. An x-ray of daily life that based its undeniable quality on a seamless script and an interpretive duel (Maribel Verdú, awarded with the Goya, and Blanca Portillo, Silver Shell in San Sebastián) of first class.

22.35 / #Come on

Football days without the ball

In times of confinement, Raúl Ruiz, locked in his house, looks back to remember all those stories he has told throughout his professional career in Soccer according to Raúl: Soccer without the ball. After reviewing photos, videos and memories, he decides to call a good part of those protagonists and friends that he has met along the way to find out about his new reality due to the coronavirus. A trip from Wuhan to Soria, passing through Chile or Japan, in which Raúl, once the confinement has been lifted, shows the most tragic face of the virus, discovers anonymous heroes and portrays the state of professional and amateur soccer in a time without soccer. Paco Sanz, son of Lorenzo Sanz, coaches like José Bordalás, or footballers like Mati Martínez talk about a moment when everything, also football, stopped and has left aftermath that have to serve to make us better.

22.45 / Four

Various laughter in ‘Guess what I do tonight’

In this edition, Guess what I do tonight will receive the presenter Toñi Moreno and the actress Kira Miró, who will participate in the program as VIP assistants. Toñi Moreno will play with Neus, a 26-year-old Sevillian who has several options to which to allocate the program’s prize if she manages to beat her opponent, such as having her eye surgery, fixing her teeth or traveling. His rival in the contest will be Cristóbal, a 27-year-old from Cádiz who is ready to win a grand prize to set up his own business and who will be advised by Kira Miró. In addition, the actor Jairo Sánchez, who plays the character of Gustavo in the series El pueblo, will participate in the contest as VIP Talent.

22.48 / # 0

‘Blood Diamond’

Blood Diamond. United States, 2006 (137 minutes). Director: Edward Zwick. Performers: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly, Djimon Hounsou.

A smuggler (Leonado DiCaprio), a fisherman who buried a diamond while working as a slave (Djimon Hounsou), and a journalist (Jennifer Connelly) who is in Sierra Leone (in the midst of a terrible civil war) to find out the truth about the business of These precious stones are the protagonists of a very correct mix of adventure, drama and social denunciation directed by Edward Zwick (The Last Samurai). Oscar nomination for DiCaprio (protagonist) and Hounsou (cast).

22.55 / Movistar Releases

‘Escape Room’

United States, 2019 (99 minutes). Director: Adam Robitel. Performers: Taylor Russell, Deborah Ann Woll, Logan Miller.

Six people, unrelated to each other, receive a mysterious package. Inside, a message that promises the owner an opportunity to get away from their routine life. With this intriguing premise begins an interesting psychological intrigue skillfully directed by Adam Robitel. At the head of his unofficial cast are the televisions Taylor Russell (Lost in Space) and Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood). Good doses of terror and correct numbers at the box office.

23.41 / TCM

‘Midnight Cowboy’

Midnight cowboy. United States, 1969 (108 minutes). Director John Schlesinger. Performers: Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, John McGiver.

Hard, violent, demystifying and not at all hopeful urban drama through which pimps, hustlers and various hangers-on parade in 1960s New York. As a curiosity, this film was the first film classified X in the United States to win the Oscar for best film of the year (it also obtained the statuette for best director, John Schlesinger, and adapted script). Essential.

0.45 / Four

Inter Job Interview ’, new opportunities

Two new challenges for the Job Interview organization chart: Petuluku pet company is looking for an applicant who not only knows about common dogs, cats and pets but also about certain exotic animals and their also usual exotic diets. For her part, the architect Teresa Sapey wants to find a new employee for the study she directs, and she will not hesitate to put her candidates on the spot in order to bring out the best and worst in each of them before making her decision. final.