OCS: which films and series to see this week (from October 17 to 23)? – News Series on TV

OCS: which films and series to see this week (from October 17 to 23)?  – News Series on TV

Don’t miss the start of the final season of Future Man, the last episode of Lovecraft Country and The Third day, Asterix – The Secret of the Magic Potion, Parvana … 10 movies and series to watch on OCS from October 17 to 23 .

SERIES

WARRIOR – SEASON 2, EPISODE 3

Third episode of Warrior season 2. This series which mixes Kung Fu, corruption and machination, against a backdrop of clan warfare, is inspired by an idea by Bruce Lee. As the Tongs vie for control of Chinatown, hostility towards the Chinese could lead to their demise.

On OCS Choc, Saturday October 17 at 8:40 p.m.

FUTURE MAN – SEASON 3, EPISODES 1 & 2

In these first 2 episodes of Future Man’s third and final season, Josh (Josh Hutcherson), Tiger (Eliza Coupe), and Wolf (Derek Wilson) are on the run after being sentenced to death for time crimes. They desperately roam the eras in order to avoid being captured while trying to mend the mess they’ve created on their many travels through time.

On OCS Choc, Sunday October 18 at 8:40 p.m.

LOVECRAFT COUNTRY – SEASON 1, EPISODE 10 (US + 24)

Last episode of the Lovecraft Country series directed by Yann Demange and Daniel Sackheim. In the racist America of the 1950s, Atticus Black (Jonathan Majors), a young man of 25, embarks with his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smolett-Bell) and his uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) on a road trip to the search for his missing father. On the road, they encounter fantastic monsters, as well as very real monsters.

On OCS City, Monday October 19 at 8:40 p.m.

THE THIRD DAY – SEASON 1, EPISODE 6 (US + 24)

Latest episode of the HBO drama miniseries directed by Marc Munden (Utopia) and starred by Jude Law, Naomie Harris, Emily Watson and Paddy Considine. The Third Day is broken down into two segments: “summer” and “winter”.

On OCS City, Tuesday October 20 at 8:40 p.m.

MOAH – SEASON 1, EPISODES 7 & 8

Moah is a French series of 10 episodes created by Benjamin Rocher, Bertrand Soulier and Henri Debeurme. This prehistoric comedy tells the story of Moah (Tigran Mekhitarian), a different young man raised by a mother who worries a little too much. Around him there is: a leader who never listens to his ideas, jealous and wicked acolytes, zero prospect of evolution. Then there is this accommodation in a risk area. This beautiful stranger who doesn’t notice him. Terribly dangerous neighbors. In short, MOAH’s life is complicated. And the fact that it was 45,000 years ago doesn’t really help matters.

On OCS Max, Thursday October 21 at 8:40 p.m.

MOVIES

SUFFRAGETTES

Led by Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter, The Suffragettes tells the true story of British women activists demanding the right to vote in conservative England. The film is directed by Sarah Gavron, to whom we already owe Rendez-vous à Brick Lane.

On OCS Max, Saturday October 17 at 8:40 p.m.

ASTERIX: THE SECRET OF THE MAGIC POTION

Based on an original story written by Alexandre Astier, Asterix: the secret of the magic potion takes us on a great journey through Gaul in the footsteps of a talented druid who would be able to replace Panoramix. Directed by Louis Clichy and Kaamelott’s dad, the feature film with a 4-star vocal cast will appeal to young and old alike.

On OCS Max, Wednesday October 21 at 8:40 p.m.

PARVANA

After working on Brendan and the Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, Irish director Nora Twomey returns with Parvana, an animated film adapted from Deborah Ellis’ novel. The film – which is to be seen from the age of 10 – tells the story of Parvana, a young girl forced to disguise herself as a boy in order to be able to feed her family in a city of Kabul under the Taliban yoke, where women cannot go out without a man. Between chronicle on life in Afghanistan and poetic fable, this animated jewel supported by Angelina Jolie was acclaimed at the Annie Awards as Best independent film of the year, at the Annecy Festival (where it won 3 prizes) and nominated Oscar and Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature.

On OCS City, Wednesday October 21 at 8:40 p.m.

LONG WAY HOME

Jury Prize at the 2018 Deauville Festival, Long way home follows Angel, 18, on his release from prison. She reunites with her younger sister Abby in her foster home in Philadelphia. Despite their deep bond, the drama that separated them has left its mark. Before turning the page, Angel knows she must confront the past and convinces Abby to accompany her on her journey. Together, they take to the road, without measuring what this return to basics will cause in them. A sincere and very sensitive first film.

On OCS City, Sunday October 18 at 10:40 p.m.

JOHNNY ENGLISH, THE RETURN

James Bond foul in 2020, meet the craziest MI7 agent, Johnny English. In the feature film, Johnny (Rowan Atkinson) retired to Asia to hone his skills. When his superiors learn that the life of the Chinese Premier is threatened, they decide to call him back to foil the plot. Only a few days before the international conference, English will have to call on the latest high-tech gadgets and his singular methods to stop the infernal plot involving the Russians, the CIA and even the MI7 … Chaining blunders and catastrophes, Johnny English will try everything and even more to save the world …

On OCS Max, Friday October 23 at 8:40 p.m.

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