What to watch on TV tonight: the programs not to be missed on April 2nd
The programs of the main free-to-air and pay channels in prime time: here’s what to watch on TV.
Rai – 8.50 pm Rite of the Via Crucis RELIGION
PRESIDES POPE FRANCIS. Also this year the traditional rite of the Via Crucis is forced to change due to the national blockade wanted by the government to deal with the Coronavirus emergency. As happened in 2020, the celebration will not take place outdoors in the streets of the capital around the Colosseum: Pope Francis will read the sacred texts of the Easter celebration to the millions of people who will follow him worldwide in connection from the Vatican.
Rai2 – 9.20 pm What really matters FILM
Film con Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Camilla Luddington, Jonathan Pryce, Jorge Garcia. The protagonist of the story is the young Alec Bailey, who once back in his hometown will discover that he has an unexpected gift: he is able to heal people. Thanks to this experience he will have the opportunity to meet a boy with cancer, which will help him find himself.
Rai3 – 9.20 pm The DOCUMENTARY Odyssey
More than 40 years after the approval of the Basaglia Law and from thebolition of asylums in Italy, the show, presented by Domenico Iannaccone, takes a journey into mental disability. The journalist is inspired by “The Odyssey”To make the daily experiences of those who find themselves living with a loved one affected by the problem better known. There will also be five actors suffering from psychic discomfort, who animate the Pathological Theater of Rome struggling with the representation of Homer’s masterpiece.
Rete4 – 9.20 pm The King of the Kings FILM
Film con Jeffrey Hunter, Siobhán McKenna, Hurd Hatfield. Film inspired by the Gospels, which tells the life of Jesus. The city of Jerusalem is upset by the rebellions against the Roman Authority: Joseph and his wife Maria are about to have their first child. Years later, Jesus preaches the good news and manages to gather crowds of people ready to listen to him. The following he managed to obtain, however, raises the suspicions of the Governor and the high priest of the Sanhedrin.
Canale5 – 9.20 pm Hello Darwin – By popular demand VARIETY
Fourth appointment with the variety conducted by Paolo Bonolis, flanked by the “troublemaker” Luca Laurenti. To challenge each other in this episode will be the “Certain“, Led by Amaurys Perez, and the”Ugly”, Led instead by the actor Franco Pistoni, the“ Jester ”of“ Avanti unaltra ”. The role of Mother Nature is entrusted to the model Rym Saidi.
Italia1 – 9.20 pm Le Iene Show VARIETY
New appointment with the show conducted by an all-male trio formed by Matteo Viviani, Julius Goliath e Filippo Roma. Giulio Golia meets the parish priest of Bonassola, who does not he blessed the palms as a form of protest against the document of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which prohibits the blessing of the unions of homosexual couples. We then return to the case Alex Schwazer, just acquitted of doping charges, feels he is the victim of a conspiracy. A comparison will also be sought with Professor Vincenzo Pascali of the “Gemelli” Polyclinic in Rome, technician for Wada (world anti-doping agency, ed.), which denies the anomaly that occurred.
Events not to be missed on Sky: the most interesting programs
It ends at 9.15 pm on Sky Uno (and in simulcast on Sky Cinema Uno) “I was hoping de died first”, The series about Francesco Totti, with protagonists Pietro Castellitto, Greta Scarano and Gianmarco Tognazzi. The real Francesco Totti will enter the scene to greet the city that has come to celebrate him at the Olimpico on the unforgettable afternoon of May 28, 2017, when he said goodbye to football.
Sky programs for those who love cinema
Sky Cinema Drama (canale 308) proposes at 21 “Christ’s passionDirected by Mel Gibson, with Jim Caviezel. The film offers a particularly crude vision of the last twelve hours of the life of Jesus Christ, who is arrested and executed after being betrayed by Judas. The film won two Silver Ribbons in 2015.
Those who prefer films focused on good feelings will appreciate “Prime“, Broadcast from 21 on Sky Cinema Romance (channel 307), with Uma Thurman and Meryl Streep. The protagonist of the story is Rafi, who falls in love with a much younger painter, but discovers that he is the son of his analyst.
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