This evening, Tuesday 24 January 2023, Raiuno will broadcast the fiction Black Out – Suspended lives with Alessandro Preziosi. Rete 4 will present current events with Mario Giordano’s programme, Fuori dal coro. RaiDue will broadcast the Boomerissima variety conducted by Alessia Marcuzzi. Italia 1 will propose current events with the program hosted by Belen Rodriguez and Teo Mammucari, Le Iene.
This Tuesday, January 24, 2023, Rai will be broadcast on television.
At 21.25 on Raiuno the fiction Black Out – Suspended lives will be broadcast. Claudia discovers that the accident was not accidental, thus leaving her and Anita isolated in a room. It turns out that the helicopter that was supposed to transport them to safety has crashed. Giovanni (Alessandro Preziosi), in an attempt to hide the evidence that incriminates him, hides it. Anita and Lorenzo, looking for a moment of privacy, activate the hot tub in the hotel spa, but this causes a short circuit that endangers Elena’s life. Marco discovers a way out of the valley: a never completed railway.
Tonight at 21.20 on Raidue, Alessia Marcuzzi leads the Boomerissima variety. This third evening of the series includes two teams of four VIPs, including Alexia, Paolo Ciavarro, Katia Follesa, Maurizio Lastrico, Pierpaolo Pretelli, Elena Santarelli, Giulia Stabile and Ema Stokholma.
At 21.20 this evening, tune in to Rai Tre to see #Carabianca discuss the recent increases in fuel tariffs which have put many Italians in difficulty. These increases are considered excessive and the result of speculation, in addition to the already high electricity and gas bills and motorway tolls.
Mediaset programming is available, including La7 and Real Time.
At 21.20 on Rete 4, Mario Giordano presents Actuality with Out of the choir. From the debates between the majority and the opposition to the possible economic recession, from energy prices to the war in Ukraine, no topic is left hanging. Giordano does not limit himself to criticizing the absurdities of politics, but calls for clear and immediate solutions.
Tune in to Italia 1 at 21.20 for the current affairs program Le Iene, conducted by Davide Parenti since 1997. In the studio there will be Belen Rodriguez and Teo Mammucari, and among the correspondents Nicola Barraco, who recently presented a report from India on environmental damage and humans caused by low-cost clothing production.
Tune in to La7 at 9.15pm for Di Tuesday, where Giovanni Floris and his guests will discuss the tensions between majority and opposition political forces and explore what steps can be taken to ensure productive collaboration for the good of the nation.
At 21.20 on Real Time the reality show First Date will begin. The conductor Flavio Montrucchio will introduce two guests, Claudia, a dancer and Burlesque teacher, and Alessandro, a nice Romagna man, who will try to establish a bond. Will they be able to find love?
Film screenings for Tuesday 24th January 2023 will be available tonight.
At 21.20 on Rai 4, viewers will be able to see the 2017 mystery film, Murder on the Orient Express, starring and directed by Kenneth Branagh. Set on the famous Orient Express en route to London, a mysterious murder occurs which prompts the conductor to request the assistance of the famous guest Poirot to investigate the case.
At 21.15 on Rai 5 the 2016 drama film The truth denied by Mick Jackson will be screened, with Rachel Weisz and Tom Wilkinson. The film follows the legal dispute between Professor Deborah Lipstadt and historian David Irving, where Lipstadt accused Irving of Holocaust denial and was subsequently sued for libel.
At 21.10 on Rai Movie, viewers will be able to see the thriller film Face/Off – Two faces of an assassin (1997) by John Woo, with Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. The plot follows FBI agent Sean Archer as he tries to foil the criminal plan of psychopath Castor Troy, who previously killed Archer’s son. However, Troy manages to steal Archer’s idea.
At 21.20 on Canale 5 the 2013 drama film by Brian Percival, Story of a book thief, with Sophie Nélisse and Geoffrey Rush will be broadcast. Set in Nazi Germany, Liesel (Nélisse) is taken in by the Hubermanns (Rush) and has difficulty fitting into school due to her illiteracy. Fortunately, her adoptive father coaches her in her reading, causing her to discover a newfound appreciation for her books.
At 21:25 on the 9th Taylor Hackford’s 2013 action film Parker was released, starring Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez. Parker is hired for a robbery, but is betrayed by his accomplices. With the help of the beautiful Leslie, he was determined to take his revenge and recover the stolen loot. To do so, he devises a complex plan.
On 20 Mediaset, at 21.05, the action film The Kingdom by Peter Berg from 2007 will be broadcast, with Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Garner. The film is set in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where several American civilians were killed in a terrorist attack. To investigate the attack, the FBI sent Special Agent Fleury’s team to the scene.
At 21.00 on Iris will be screened The siege of fire, a 1954 western film directed by André De Toth and starring Randolph Scott. Larry Delong is falsely accused of being involved with a gang of criminals who robbed a stagecoach. He will do anything to restore his reputation.
Tonight, Tuesday 24 January 2023, the films will be broadcast on Sky.
Sky Cinema Uno will broadcast Pierre Morel’s 2018 action film Peppermint starring Jennifer Garner at 21.15. The film follows the story of Riley, who is forced to watch helplessly as her husband and daughter are murdered by a gang. Despite her best efforts, the killers go unpunished due to a corrupt judge. After five years, Riley decides to take matters into her own hands and seek justice.
At 21.15 on Sky Cinema Due the 2021 drama film by Thomas Kruithof, The Promise – The Price of Power, with Isabelle Huppert, will be broadcast. Clémence, brave mayor of a small French town, is about to finish his mandate. However, when she is offered the post of minister, his ambition takes precedence.
Sky Cinema Family broadcasts the 2014 adventure film My Friend Nanuk, directed by Brando Quilici and Roger Spottiswoode, starring Dakota Goyo and Goran Visnjic at 21. The film follows 14-year-old Luke as he attempts to reunite a polar bear cub and his mother with the help of his friend Muktuk.
Streaming on Netflix – Fauda
The fourth, long-awaited season of “Fauda” is finally here, one of the most exciting, adrenaline-pumping and interesting series of recent years. Thanks also to the charm of the protagonist, Doron Kavillio, played by Lior Raz. The actor is in fact a former member of the special forces as well as co-creator of the Israeli series which tells the story of a team of bilingual agents from Tel Aviv who infiltrates Palestine to prevent attacks. In the 12 episodes available on Netflix starting January 20, a new undercover mission will bring the Mist’aravim team on the trail of a Hamas leader on the wanted list of the Shin Bet (the intelligence agency for State Internal Affairs of Israel). Furthermore, for the first time, it will move to the heart of Europe, to Brussels. The original cast is joined by Inbar Lavi (Eve in “Lucifer”), Mark Ivanir (“Homeland”) and Amir Boutrous, who starred in the live-action “Aladdin”.
Streaming on Prime Video – Lamborghini
Once upon a time there was a man who had a dream in the shape of a car. That man’s name was Ferruccio Lamborghini, he was born in the province of Ferrara and after having created a tractor company he had founded a car company that had become a legend. “Lamborghini” is inspired by his story, the American film (but shot in Italy) with Frank Grillo in the role of the entrepreneur (a role that was originally intended for Antonio Banderas) and Gabriel Byrne in those of his rival Enzo Ferrari. Directed by Robert Moresco (Oscar winner for the screenplay of “Crash”), the film tells the life of Lamborghini from youth to success but also the Italy of the economic boom. In the cast, in a small role, the rapper Clementino plays.