Second on TV: “The End of the World”, “Sagres” Sailing, “A Love for Youth” and a deer brigade | Stay at home

MOVIE THEATER

Zodiac
Fox Movies, 1:41 pm
With Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. in the cast, and David Fincher behind the scenes, it’s based on the true story of a serial killer who terrorized San Francisco Bay. The trail of codes and letters left by the mysterious man becomes an obsession for men whose careers and lives are ultimately affected by the case.

the Expendables
In the studios, 9:15 p.m.
A group of mercenaries is hired on a mission to remove the dictator of a South American island – a mission that teaches them that not everything has a price and that only honor and loyalty can keep them together. With Sylvester Stallone as director, screenwriter and protagonist, the film features other great stars from the action films: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Jet Li, Jason Statham, Terry Crews and Dolph Lundgren.

The end of the world
TVCine Edition, 10pm
An award-winning dramatic film directed by Basil da Cunha and played by non-professional actors. 18-year-old Spira is back in the Reboleira neighborhood after spending the last eight years in a correctional facility. Everyone wants you to feel at home – everyone except Kikas, one of the most influential drug dealers in the neighborhood.

A love for youth
RTP2, 22h59
Paris, 1999. Camille and Sullivan live their first love intensely. But at the end of the summer he goes on a long journey through South America by himself and stops reporting. Years later, she is in a stable relationship when Sullivan returns to Paris looking for her. Lola Créton and Sebastian Urzendowsky star in the third feature film by director and screenwriter Mia Hansen-Løve.

Sweeney Todd: The Terrible Barber on Fleet Street
Hollywood, 12:50 am
Tim Burton signs this Oscar adaptation of the famous musical by Stephen Sondheim. Sweeney Todd (Johnny Depp) is a passionate hairdresser who is wrongly sentenced to jail terms in the galleys because of a judge who desires his beautiful wife. When he returns and discovers the tragic fate of his wife and daughter, he sharpens his razors and prepares for revenge.

SERIES

Astrid and Raphaelle
Fox Crime, 10 p.m.
Debut. Criminal Investigation of a female duo in a French-language series with Sara Mortensen and Raphaëlle Coste. Astrid is a woman with an exceptional memory, but having difficulty socializing due to Asperger’s Syndrome. She works as an archivist in a police station, where she is “recruited” to solve cases by the commandant Raphaelle, who in return will help her with the integration.

DOCUMENTARY

Fernão de Magalhães 2020
RTP1, 14h15 and 21h01
Debut. The training ship Sagres had a special project for 2020: to follow the path that the pioneers of circumnavigation had dared five centuries ago. RTP started the project to report on the most important phases. The pandemic sank part of the plans and the trip was interrupted after four months. Even so, there was enough time to record material for the documentary series by Sofia Leite and António Louçã. The first episode, Sagres, The Journey 500 Years Later, which aired back in October, will reset at 2:15 p.m. The second, Tenerife, the other pearl of the Atlantic, is set to debut at 9:01 p.m. The next issues are planned for March 4th and 15th.

CHILD

Deer command
Nick Jr., 5:15 p.m.
Debut. Kai, Lola, Rammy and Bobbi make up the heroic brigade of colorful deer that stars in the new animated series. Mission: Protect the residents of the city and the animals and plants of the forest. Team spirit and environmental concerns are part of the set of values.

Bluish
Disney Junior, 7:30 p.m.
New episodes to the Australian animated series that uses humor (and the occasional adult wink) to portray family dynamics in an anthropomorphic dog house that Bluey, his younger sister and parents live in.