In the studios, 6 p.m.
With script and direction by Jonathan Levine, a horror comedy based on the novel of the same name by Isaac Marion. In the not too distant future, almost all humans will have become zombies. The few survivors live in refugees in unsafe places. When Julie (Teresa Palmer) decides to search for supplies, she is attacked. Among the attackers is R (Nicholas Hoult), a lonely zombie who, along with Julie, feels awakened in his feelings that he believed to be extinct. Did you find a way to reverse the process?
The new world
AXN Movies, 9:10 p.m.
Film about the encounter between Native Americans and Europeans who wanted to conquer the new world. It is also the story of the indigenous Pocahontas, the adventurer John Smith, and the aristocrat John Rolfe. Colin Farrell, Q’orianka Kilcher, Christopher Plummer and Christian Bale are part of the cast. The film, written and directed by Terrence Malick, was nominated for an Oscar for best cinematography.
All the best
Fox Movies, 10:53 p.m.
Kind of a Mafia biography told in the first person of Henry Hill (Ray Liotta), an Italian Irishman whose main goal is to be a part of the criminal network, and who teams up with James Conway (Robert De Niro) and Tommy DeVito (Joe) employs Pesci). There are also testimonials from Karen (Lorraine Bracco), a young Jewish woman who married Henry and who quickly finds her entire social life entangled in the new “family”. Directed by Martin Scorsese, the film dates back to the 1960s and 70s and shows the good and bad times, the years of power, decline and finally the years of betrayal and total decline. And also feelings of guilt.
Streets of life
TVCine Emotion, 00h20
Road movie by Sebastian Schipper with Fionn Whitehead and Stéphane Bak as protagonists. In a moment of rebellion, young Gyllen sets off in his stepfather’s mobile home. After a long trip to Morocco, he meets William, a Congolese man who is trying to find his brother who has traveled to France and is no longer giving any news. Gyllen decides to help him. It is the beginning of an adventure full of difficulties but also full of hope.
Six architectural works in other parts of Portugal harmonize with choreographies that many other great names in contemporary national dance have created for them. This artistic encounter also comes to the cinema with the camera of Henrique Pina, the director of this award-winning documentary. Tânia Carvalho created her piece for the Ponte da Carpinteira (Covilhã) by João Luís Carrilho da Graça; Vera Mantero for the Piscina das Marés (Leça da Palmeira) by Álvaro Siza Vieira; Victor Hugo Pontes for the Braga Municipal Stadium by Eduardo Souto de Moura; the duo Jonas & Lander for the Arquipélago – Center for Contemporary Art (Ribeira Grande) by João Mendes Ribeiro and Menos é Mais Arquitectos; Olga Roriz for Mudas – Museum of Contemporary Art (Calheta) by Paulo David; and Paulo Ribeiro for the Irene Aleixo Social Center (Grândola) by Aires Mateus.
European Athletics Championships
Direct. The events of the European Athletics Championships will be broadcast on the indoor track in Torun, Poland, until Sunday. Portugal presents itself with its second largest delegation of all time. Among the athletes are Auriol Dongmo and Francisco Belo in the weight litter, Pedro Pichardo in the triple jump and Patrícia Mamona in the women’s triple (full schedule here).
TVCine Emotion, 10.10 p.m.
The second season of the sitcom, created and played by Eugene and Dan Levy (father and son), opens with a wealthy family who have lost all their fortune and had no choice but to live in the city that the patriarch once owned Son had bought to start over as a joke. Schitt’s Creek made history at Emmys last year by receiving seven awards at the main ceremony – including best series of its kind (the first time this has happened to a Canadian production) and best actress for the comedy legend. Catherine O. ‘Hara. The series has also just won the Golden Globes in these two categories.