The rite of the Via Crucis and the King of kings

The rite of the Via Crucis and the King of kings
The rite of the Via Crucis and the King of kings
The television schedules of Friday 2 April 2021 they are rich. On the occasion of the Easter holidays, the Rite of the Via Crucis presided over by the Pope is broadcast on Rai1. What to watch on TV tonight?

Tonight on TV April 2, 2021

The evening programming on Friday 2 April 2021 is vast and features titles for all tastes. Rai1 offers Rite of the Via Crucis chaired by Pope Francis. Canale 5 proposes a replica of Hi Darwin, while Rete4 the biblical film The king of Kings.

Those who wish to spend the evening with an information program can opt for Propaganda Live on La7 o Hyenas on Italia 1. If, on the other hand, you want to enjoy a good movie, you can tune in to TV8, where it airs The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey. What’s on TV tonight?

Tonight on Rai

  • Rai1 20:50 – Rite of the Via Crucis presided over by the Pope
  • Rai2 9:20 pm – What really matters
  • Rai3 21:20 – The Odyssey
  • Rai4 21:20 – 211 – Robbery in progress
  • Rai Movie 21:10 – I am storm
  • Rai Premium 21:20 – Leonardo

Tonight on TV Canale 5, Italia 1 and Rete 4

  • Network 4 21:22 – The king of kings
  • Channel 5 21:20 – Hello Darwin
  • Italy 1 21:20 – Le Iene Show

Tonight on TV on other broadcasters

  • Channel20 21:04 – Matrix
  • Channel 34 21:01 – Piedipiatti
  • Paramount Channel 9:10 pm – Yellowstone – Season 1 Episode 4 – Last stop
  • Iris 21:00 – Passenger 57 – High altitude terror
  • Tv8 9:30 pm – The Hobbit – An unexpected journey
  • Italy 2 21:15 – The mother
  • La5 21:10 – The island of the Famous 2021
  • Channel Nine 21:25 – Brothers of Crozza 2021
  • Sky 9:15 pm – Giovanna the mad
  • Real Time 21:25 – Cake Star Pastries in challenge
  • La7 21:15 – Propaganda Live
  • Premium Cinema 21:15 – The Legend of Tarzan

The King of kings: previews

On the evening of Good Friday, or April 2, 2021, the biblical film is broadcast on Rete4 The king of Kings. Released in 1961 under the direction of Nicholas Ray, it has an exceptional cast: Jeffrey Hunter, Robert Ryan, Viveca Lindfors, Rip Torn, Rita Gam and Siobhan McKenna.

The film begins with the birth of Jesus, an event which is the background of the merciless Roman domination over the territory of Judea. The life of Christ is then narrated according to the classic stages: from the massacre of the innocents by Herod, to the work of Jesus as a carpenter, from temptations, to preaching to crucifixion and resurrection.

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