TV program: The Foal, The Ravishment… What to watch on TV tonight?

TV program: The Foal, The Ravishment… What to watch on TV tonight?
TV program: The Foal, The Ravishment… What to watch on TV tonight?

Cinema at 9 p.m on TF1 Series FilmsThe channel is banking on Foal with Alexandra Lamy and Finnegan Oldfield. Because he has an illustrious surname, Arnaud Jaurès, full of ideals, joins the campaign team of a candidate for the Élysée. He is placed under the orders of Agnès Karadzik, the tyrannical communications director. A biting comedy on the reverse side of a fictional campaign nourished by his experience on the ground. It is funny, invigorating, with a lively pen that tackles the easy cliché of “all rotten” and very effective, even if the pattern remains classic: the student will surpass his master.

Canal + will meet on his side at 9:06 p.m. to follow The Rapture with Hafsia Herzi. Lydia, a conscientious midwife who is very invested in her work, is in the middle of a romantic breakup. At the same time, Salomé, her best friend, announces that she is pregnant and asks her to follow her pregnancy. A few months later, Lydia meets Milos again, a one-night stand, while she is holding Salomé’s baby in her arms. She then claims, without even knowing why, that she is the mother of the infant. Noticing that the way Milos looks at her changes after this announcement, Lydia then sinks into lies, at the risk of losing everyone she loves most… A more than promising first film, nominated for the 2024 César Awards, in which a magnificently ambiguous Hafsia Herzi excels.

until program at 8:55 p.m. Down with the water!: Rivers in distressa documentary warning about drought. While the population explosion and economic development have increased global water consumption sixfold since the beginning of the 20th century, global warming and intensive agriculture are now accelerating its scarcity. 10% of this consumption concerns domestic use and 20%, industry, with agriculture alone claiming 70% of resources – 30% of which is for fodder alone. Despite the warnings, humanity is struggling to change its eating habits and meat consumption, knowing that it takes 15,000 liters of water to produce a kilo of beef. In India – 18% of the world’s population and 4% of its water reserves – two thirds of the rivers depend on precipitation and the Himalayan glaciers, 80% of which could melt by the end of the century.

On France 5nature is also in the spotlight with a new issue ofAt the end, it’s the sea (9:00 p.m.) dedicated to the Loire. François Pécheux sails on the Loire, the longest river in France. Going down more than 1,000 km to the Saint-Nazaire estuary, he discovers this river with its changing but always wild nature. After flying over its source in Ardèche, discovering its first gorges by kayak, he meets a shepherdess and her 200 sheep, true sentinels of the river. In the Nièvre, he takes a sand barge with a young, passionate boatman. Arriving in Chambord, a team of acrobats awaits François. Near Saint-Nazaire, the adventurer meets the team of Loire pilots responsible for taking 31,000-ton behemoths out of the river to the mouth towards the Atlantic Ocean.

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