From Monday to Friday in Media Culture, Eva Roque gives you her TV tips for the evening.

This Tuesday, she offers us three programs with justice as a common theme.

"For Life" on TF1 at 10:50 p.m., "Ex-Yugoslavia" on Arte at 10:25 p.m. and "On the other side of the ring road" at 9:05 p.m. on W9.

It's time for your zapping the next day.

What are we watching tonight and what is the theme of the programs?

The desire for justice and the need for justice.

TF1 broadcasts in the second part of the evening a new attractive American series, "For life".

Taken from a true story, that of a black man unjustly sentenced to life for drug trafficking.

In prison, he decides to learn law.

Its objective is to defend other prisoners, victims of injustice.

He is both a prisoner and can go to court to plead what he is about to do for José.

This series, produced by 50 cents, is interesting because it evolves on an exciting political background.

And above all, she does not give in to any angelism.

The hero Aaron Wallace struggles to win, often fails.

To think that this story really existed is pretty incredible.

Another story, another reality, even more frightening, requiring a duty of justice.

The war in the former Yugoslavia, marked in particular by mass graves discovered on the lands of Bosnia-Herzegovina. This conflict giving rise to the International Tribunal of The Hague. During the trial, a young Serbian soldier was tried, who was then imprisoned for five years. He tells his vision of the conflict. It is an excellent documentary to discover on Arte, a film in two parts which allows to recontextualize the conflict and perfectly explains the creation of this international tribunal. With testimonies from investigators, prosecutors, but also victims and defendants. With several questions as a leitmotif: what is good, what is bad, how to act and react during a conflict? Be careful, some testimonials and images are difficult.

The desire for justice is expressed with lightness on W9 thanks to the comedy "On the other side of the periphery".

Two cops find themselves having to work together.

The first played by Omar Sy was born and raised in the suburbs, the second played by Laurent Laffitte comes from Paris, from the very chic 8th arrondissement.

The scenario plays on clichés on the suburbs and Paris.

The duo works very well.

It's comedy that feels good.

A second part is being filmed with Louis Leterrier in the making.

Justice tonight on our screens with:

"For Life" on TF1 at 10:50 p.m., "Ex-Yugoslavia" on Arte at 10:25 p.m. and "On the other side of the ring road" at 9:05 p.m. on W9.