Peter Heinrich Brix, Julia Brendler and Oliver Wnuk clearly won the race as Sylt TV interviewers on Monday night. It was a murder on the art scene.
The ZDF detective series “Nord Nord Mord” attracted more than ten million viewers for the first time. The episode “Sievers and the Murderous Turquoise” with Peter Heinrich Brix, Julia Brendler and Oliver Wnuk hit exactly 10.32 million (33.1%) Monday night as of 8:15 p.m.
“Nord Nord Mord” has never had so many audiences. In this case, Sylt TV inspectors were dealing with a dead man from the art scene found in the dunes.
The first followed remotely with the special “ARD extra: The Corona situation”, which was followed by 3.30 million (10.4%). This was followed by Frank Plasberg’s “Hard but fair” talk tour, also Corona-themed – 2.72 million (9.0%) watched.
RTL broadcast the entertainment program “Summit of the Quiz Giants” by Palina Rojinski with Günther Jauch, Guido Cantz and Johannes B. Kerner. 2.05 million (7.9%) took him home.
ZDFneo had the British crime thriller “Inspector Barnaby: The Sting of Death” starring Neil Dudgeon, Fiona Dolman and Annette Badland on the schedule and drew 1.37 million (4.4%) viewers. The Vox documentary “Goodbye Germany!” Emigrants numbered 1.28 million (4.3%). Sat.1 showed romance ‘The Dancer and the Gangster – Love in the Detour’ with Sarah Engels – 1.27m (4.3%) watched; in the 14-49 age group, which is important for private broadcasters, the rate was about twice as high at 8.0%.
The sci-fi movie “Demolition Man” starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock was screened on Kabel Eins – 1.01 million (3.5%) didn’t want to miss it. 930,000 people (2.9%) spent the evening with the American sitcom “Young Sheldon” on ProSieben. RTLzwei’s docu-series “Les Geissens – A terribly glamorous family!” found 800,000 fans (2.5%). (dpa)