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.
Thriller movies to see on TV tonight
47 meters – Great White, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno
Yet another chapter in the saga with Katrina Bowden. Five people follow the trail of a man’s corpse devoured by sharks.
A kiss before dying, at 21:00 on Sky Cinema Suspense
Matt Dillon, Sean Young and Max Von Sydow in a thriller. An upbeat psychopath seduces and then kills a woman by faking her suicide.
Drama to see on TV tonight
Scarface, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Action
Masterpiece by Brian De Palma with Al Pacino. A Cuban refugee becomes the king of drug trafficking.
A United Kingdom – The love that changed history, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Romance
Rosamunde Pike and David Oyelowo in an interracial love story, in which the Prince of Botswana marries an English woman.
The Cave – Water in the throat, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Drama
Film based on an incredible true story that took place in Thailand in 2018. A group of boys and their teacher are trapped in a cave due to the monsoon rains.
The legend of the pianist on the ocean, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due +24
Giuseppe Tornatore’s masterpiece inspired by the twentieth century by Alessandro Baricco, with Tim Roth.
Comedy movie to see on tv tonight
Julie & Julia, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due
Meryl Streep and Amy Adams. A girl decides to challenge a woman who had published a cookbook 50 years earlier.
At Christmas I’m getting married, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Christmas
Christmas film with Massimo Boldi, Teresa Mannino and Vincenzo Salemme set in Saint Moritz.
Mr. Bean – The latest catastrophe, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Comedy
Movie film about the character of Rowan Atkinson. Mistaken for an art expert, Mr. Bean wreaks havoc in Los Angeles.
The most beautiful school in the world, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno +24
Comedy with Christian De Sica and Rocco Papaleo. A principal interested in twinning with a Ghanaian school accidentally sends the request to an institute in Campania.
My friend Santa Claus, 9.15 pm on Premium Cinema 3
Gerry Scotti and Lino Banfi in a Christmas comedy. An unscrupulous businessman gets Santa into trouble.
Action movie to see on tv tonight
Power Attack 3, 9.15pm on Premium Cinema 1
Gerard Butler in the third installment of the action saga. This time his character must clear himself of a serious accusation.
Jurassic World, 9.15 pm on Premium Cinema 1 +24
Fourth chapter of the Jurassic Park saga, with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard protagonists.
Fantasy movie to see on tv tonight
How to Train Your Dragon 2, 9:00 pm on Sky Cinema Family
Sequel to Dreamworks’ animation masterpiece that sees Vikings and dragons coexist.
Detective movie to see on TV tonight
The Pelican report, 9.15 pm on Premium Cinema 2
Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington in the adaptation of John Grisham’s famous novel.
A professor, at 21:25 on Rai 1
Alessandro Gassmann protagonist of a new Rai series. The life of a philosophy professor between teaching and private.
The Monster of Florence – That silence that is not silent, at 21:20 on Rai 2
Documentary on the events of the terrible murders of the Monster of Florence.
Three posters in Ebbing, Missouri, 9.20 pm on Rai 3
Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell awarded Oscars for this film. After the murder of her daughter, a woman accuses the local police of inefficiency.
Obverse and reverse, 21:20 hours on Rete 4
New episode of the in-depth program conducted by Paolo Del Debbio, which deals with the current affairs of our country.
Zelig, 9.20 pm on Canale 5
The variety in which some comedians perform is back with the return of Claudio Bisio and Vanessa Incontrada to conducting.
IT – Chapter 2, at 21:20 on Italy 1
Second part of the IT remake with James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader. Based on the Stephen King novel.
Piazzapulita, 9.15 pm on La 7
New appointment with the political and social in-depth program run by Corrado Formigli.
X Factor 2021, 9.15 pm on TV8
New edition of the most famous musical talent show in the world, with Ludovico Tersigni running.
Trap at the bottom of the sea, 21:25 on Nove
Paul Walker and Jessica Alba in an action set in the open sea. While looking for some relics, the protagonists find a shipment of drugs and get into trouble.