Whats on TV today Wednesday February 15 2023

What’s on TV today? Wednesday February 15, 2023

14.20 / Movistar classic

‘The Fall of the House of Usher’

Whats on TV today Wednesday February 15 2023

The Fall of the House of Usher. USA, 1960 (85 minutes). Directed by Roger Corman. Cast: Vincent Price, Mark Damon, Myma Fahey.

The first of Roger Corman’s eight forays into Edgar Allan Poe’s literature was an account of staging (second only to later The Mask of the Red Death), unusual for a filmmaker excelled in the speed of his work. Though Corman employs a vibrant color palette somewhat at odds with Poe’s somber spirit, he captures the author’s world with fussy precision, exhaustively enhancing the unhealthy elements of each image.

18.50 / parts list

“The Shootout”

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the shoot USA, 1967 (82 minutes). Director: Mount Hellman. Cast: Jack Nicholson, Warren Oates, Millie Perkins.

In the 1960s, editor-director Monte Hellman began a career that would lead to such achievements as the legendary Two-Way Paved Road. In this humble B-Western, produced by Roger Corman, Hellman flashes his pulse behind the camera and creates a suggestive tale of revenge and resentment.

22.00 / 1

New appointment with science in “10,000 days”

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Carlos Franganillo presents the series 10,000 Days, whose documentaries analyze the changes that will come by 2050. Tonight, The New Intelligence reveals how deep machine learning has accelerated many technologies, from autonomous vehicle driving to early medical diagnosis systems. Andrew Ng, Founder of Google Brain, Margrethe Vestager, Vice-President of the European Commission, Cristiano Amon, President of Qualcomm, Carme Artigas, Secretary of State for Artificial Intelligence, and Nick Bostrom from the University of Oxford participate in this documentary.

22.00 / Telecinco

The tension continues in the series “Scandal”.

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This week’s episode of the series Escándalo, relato de una obsession tells how Mauro comes to the conclusion that Inés is the cause of the events that are ruining his family’s life. Clouded with anger, he goes to meet her and has a violent confrontation with her, but her brother shows up and intervenes, leading to an unexpected event. Later, Ainara, knowing the difficult times Hugo is going through, tries unsuccessfully to track him down.

22.05 / COSMO

‘The Maze Runner’

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The Maze Runner. United States, 2014 (113 minutes). Director: WesBall. Cast: Dylan O’Brien, Will Poulter, Patricia Clarkson.

The first part of the franchise, The Maze Runner, is a great youth film that locks a group of children in an open-air fortress surrounded by a deadly maze, which serves as a metaphor for the awakening to life and social relationships after puberty. .

22.30 / The 2

TVE celebrates the Canary Islands Carnival

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The carnivals of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will be celebrated once again and TVE will be present at the most important events. The first of them, the Election Gala of the Queen of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, will be broadcast on La 2 tonight. The Comparsas Contest Rhythm and Harmony will be broadcast on Saturday 18 at 20:00 and next week on Friday at 10:00 comes the gala for the election of the Queen of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

22.30 / The sixth

Second part of “Winkel: History of a Fugue”

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laSexta broadcasts the second episode of the documentary series on the escape and disappearance of Antonio Anglés, the main suspect in the torture and murder of Miriam, Toñi and Desirée, three young people aged 14 and 15 from the Valencian municipality of Alcàsser. This part deals with one of the most mysterious episodes of Anglés’ escape, his journey as a stowaway on the freighter City of Playmouth bound for the British city of Liverpool and his mysterious disappearance hours before reaching his destination.

22.30 / DMAX

Great moments of World War II

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The World War II Milestones documentary series examines the events that shook every corner of the world. Among them are events like the siege of Leningrad, the liberation of Paris, and the public exposure of the horrors of the concentration camps. Also the Ardennes offensive, the fall of Berlin and the start of the Nuremberg trials.

22.45 / antenna 3

Another episode of “Celebrity Circle”

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Juanra Bonet directs the El círculo de los famosos competition, a format in which more than 50 different celebrities participate, with the aim of helping anonymous participants to answer the questions and win the final prize. The show’s set features a colossal moving circle and three contestants struggling to keep their place within it. Prominent contributors include Antena 3 presenter Sandra Golpe, track and field athletes Morientes, Pepe Reina and Feliciano López, singer and actress Lolita Flores or artist Samanta Hudson.

22.50 / Four

‘Planeta Calleja’ travels to Israel with Dulceida

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An adventure experience at sea and in the desert awaits the influencer Dulceida, who travels to Israel with Jesús Calleja. On the Via Dolorosa you dive into the path that Jesus Christ walked on the cross before he was crucified. Later they will enter the Judean Desert to visit a kibbutz and explore its dunes in a buggy. In addition, they will do an underwater dive to see the amazing depths of the Red Sea and rappel through the largest non-meteoric crater in the world.

22.50 / 1st

TV Days talks about love and heartbreak

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Has the way you see love changed? Why has divorce quadrupled in Spain and is it the third country in Europe with fewer marriages? These are some of the questions that Días de tele will address in a presentation led by Julia Otero that will include Ana Obregón, Pedro Ruiz and Vicky Martín Berrocal, among others. In addition, the show looks at the new sentimental trends and dating applications, and analyzes the dating show, a television genre that took off in the 1990s and is still going strong.

23.40 / TCM

“The Way We Were”

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As we were. USA, 1973 (118 minutes). Directed by Sydney Pollack. Int.: Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand.

Maybe few fans remember it, but back then, The Way We Were was almost a cult movie. And perhaps few young fans today remember the work of Sydney Pollack beyond the multi-award-winning Out of Africa. Pollack filmed wonders like The Adventures of Jeremiah Johnson, The Three Days of the Condor and The Yakuza. He was also the director who took Redford and Streisand on this passionate journey of loving and hating each other over the course of 30 years while confronting their opposing political beliefs. It was the early 1970s, and American cinema offered emotional highs like The Way We Were.

23.45 / Movistar Comedy

“The Girls of the 6th Floor”

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France, 2010 (104 minutes). Directed by Philippe Le Guay. Cast: Fabrice Luchini, Sandrine Kiberlain, Carmen Maura, Natalia Verbeke.

In the 1960s, some Spanish women work as maids in a building. One of its elegant residents (no less than Fabrice Luchini, Eric Rohmer’s fetish actor) will find in them an escape from his boring existence. The resulting comedy abuses sentimentality and cliches, but creates some clever gags and grows thanks to the excellent work of its actresses.

1.05 / The 1

The slowness of justice, in “Comando actualidad”

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Those affected, judges, lawyers and jurists agree that the traffic jam in the courts affects the life of the citizens. The Comando actualidad room analyzes the slowness of many court proceedings. From filing a lawsuit to trial, it can take anywhere from eight to 24 months, according to the General Council of the Judiciary. There are processes that take decades and entail emotional costs and mental health problems for those who wait.

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