Movies tonight on TV not to be missed on Wednesday 8th December

Here is an overview of the films that will air tonight on TV on Sky channels. All Premières and Libraries on first pass are also available on Sky On Demand and Sky Go.

Comedy movie to see tonight on tv

The most beautiful school in the world, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno

Comedy with Christian De Sica And Rocco Papaleo. A principal interested in a twinning with a Ghanaian school accidentally sends the request to an institute in Campania.

Love, Christmas and… Cod, 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Christmas

Film based on a graphic novel about a Calabrian family guardian of the tradition of the 7 fishes.

Bridesmaids, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Comedy

Goliardic female comedy that tells the tragicomic story of a maid of honor.

A family for rent, 9.15pm on Premium Cinema 2

A rich man offers to pay off all of a woman’s debts, but in exchange she will have to host him at home.

Johnny Stecchino, 9.15 pm on Premium Cinema 3

Comedy classic with Roberto Benigni starring a school bus driver.

Drama to see tonight on tv

The legend of the pianist on the ocean, 21:15 on Sky Cinema Due

Masterpiece by Giuseppe Tornatore inspired by Novecento by Alessandro Baricco, with Tim Roth.

Contagion, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Suspense

Very current film by Steven Soderbergh with Jude Law, Matt Damon and Marion Cotillard. A frightening global pandemic changes the fate of the entire planet.

The Dressmaker – The devil is back, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Romance

Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth in a revenge movie. A fashion designer wants revenge on those who accused her of murder.

The confirmation, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Drama

Clive Owen in an intense drama. A carpenter who has been robbed of his tools goes in search of the thieves together with his son.

Action movies to watch tonight on tv

Jurassic World, 21:15 on Premium Cinema 1

Fourth chapter of the Jurassic Park saga, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

Dracula Untold, 21:15 on Sky Cinema Uno + 24

Movie about the origins of Dracula with Luke Evans as the protagonist. To stop opponents. Vlad decides to become a vampire.

Troy, 9.15pm on Premium Cinema 1 +24

Revisitation of the Trojan War by director Wolfgang Petersen, with Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom among the protagonists.

Horror movies to watch tonight on tv

Priest, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Action

Paul Bettany is a warrior priest who must save his niece from a horde of vampires.

Animated movies to see tonight on tv

Kung Fu Panda 3, 21:00 on Sky Cinema Family

Third chapter of the saga of the fighting panda Po. This time he will have to face an evil spirit.

Biopic to see tonight on tv

The adventures of a mathematician, 21:15 on Sky Cinema Due +24

Biographical film on the figure of the Jewish mathematician Stanislaw Ulam.

Clear programs

Remi, 21:25 on Rai 1

Children’s classic based on a work of literature. A 10-year-old orphan discovers his origins while traveling through France.

Mare Fuori 2, at 21:20 on Rai 2

Second season of the series with Carolina Crescentini set in the juvenile prison of Nisida.

Who has seen it?, at 21:20 on Rai 3

Federica Sciarelli leads the program that deals with finding missing people and analyzing some disappearances.

Zona Bianca, 21:20 on Rete 4

Giuseppe Brindisi runs an information magazine that focuses mainly on Italian politics.

All Freud’s fault – The series, 21:20 on Canale 5

TV series inspired by the film, with Claudio Bisio, Claudia Pandolfi, Max Tortora and Luca Bizzarri.

Guardians of the Galaxy 2, 21:20 on Italy 1

Sequel to the successful Marvel film starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana and Dave Bautista.

It’s not the Arena, 9.15 pm on La7

Massimo Giletti leads a container of current affairs, politics and social issues to be explored.

X Factor 2021, 9.15 pm on TV8

New edition of the most famous musical talent show in the world, with Ludovico Tersigni in charge.

Live agreements and disagreements, at 21:15 on Nove

Andrea Scanzi and Luca Sommi host a talk show that talks about politics, current affairs and more.

Movies tonight on TV not to be missed on Wednesday 8th December