Film tonight on TV not to be missed on Monday 10 October 2022

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.

Comedy movie to see on tv tonight

The sex of the angels, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno

Leonardo Pieraccioni and Sabrina Ferilli in a comedy. A priest discovers he has inherited a dating house in Switzerland.

Music in the heart – August Rush, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Family

Freddie Highmore protagonist of a story in which a child tries to find his parents.

The sex of the angels, 9:45 pm on Sky Cinema Comedy

Leonardo Pieraccioni and Sabrina Ferilli in a comedy. A priest discovers he has inherited a dating house in Switzerland.

Drama film to see on TV tonight

A taste of rust and bone, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Romance

Marion Cotillard is a killer whale trainer victim of an accident who finds the strength to live thanks to a sentimental bond.

Joker, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Drama

An extraordinary Joaquin Phoenix in this stand-alone film that rewrites the origins of the well-known DC Comics villain.

Romantic movie to see on TV tonight

Ange & Gabrielle – Surprise love, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno +24

Patrick Bruel and Isabel Carrè in a romantic comedy of misunderstandings.

Action movie to see on tv tonight

Point Break – Point Break, 9.15pm on Sky Cinema Collection

Cult film – also subject to remake – with Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves. An FBI investigator infiltrates a group of surfers to take out a gang of robbers.

The Amazing Spider-Man, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema 4K

First reboot of the Spider-Man saga, with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.

Fantasy movie to see on TV tonight

Aquaman, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Action

Stand alone film of the DC Comics character played by Jason Momoa. Arthur Curry discovers his identity and the fate that awaits him.

Thriller movies to see on TV tonight

Limitless, 9.00 pm on Sky Cinema Suspense

Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro in an action. A writer takes a drug that enhances his mental abilities.

Biographical film to see on TV tonight

Green Book, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due

Oscar-winning film starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali. The true story of a bouncer who finds himself chauffeured by a refined black musician.

Belfast, 9.15pm on Sky Cinema Due +24

Kenneth Branagh directs an autobiographical film. The struggle between Catholics and Protestants disturbs a child’s childhood.

Free-to-air programs

Survivors, at 21:25 on Rai 1

Lino Guanciale in a TV series that tells the pre and post shipwreck epic of some people.

Tonight everything is possible, at 21:20 on Rai 2

Comedy show hosted by Stefano De Martino and with the presence of many challenges and gags.

Direct Catch, 9.20 pm on Rai 3

In-depth program and journalistic inquiries on burning issues conducted by Riccardo Iacona.

Fourth Republic, 9.20 pm on Rete 4

Television program that deals with the main issues of politics with guests and insights.

Big Brother Vip, at 21:20 on Canale 5

Alfonso Signorini leads this edition of Big Brother Vip, which has now reached its key moments.

Peppermint – The angel of revenge, 9.20 pm on Italia 1

Jennifer Garner stars in an action film in which a woman takes justice for herself after the extermination of her family.

True Lies, 9.15 pm on La7

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis in a spy comedy. An apathetic husband is actually a secret agent whose wife will be kidnapped.

Gomorra – La Serie, 9.30 pm on TV8

Salvatore Esposito and Marco D’Amore in one of the most famous Italian TV series of recent years.

Little Big Italy, 9.15 pm on Nove

The restaurateur Francesco Panella goes to the discovery of Italian restaurants around the world.

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