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TV tips on Monday

"Homicide Istanbul: Operation in Thailand": Commissioner Özakin (Erol Sander) becomes the hunted in Bangkok.

“Murder Commission Istanbul: Operation in Thailand”: Commissioner Özakin (Erol Sander) becomes the hunted in Bangkok.

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8:15 p.m., Das Erste, Murder Commission Istanbul: Operation in Thailand, crime thriller

commissioner Mehmet Ozakin (Erol Sander) and his assistant Mustafa Tombul (Oscar Ortega Sánchez) travel to Bangkok on an unusual mission. Your order is to hand over the mafia boss Worawit Luang (Solarsin Ngoenwichit), who has been arrested in Turkey, to the Thai authorities. No sooner have they delivered Luang than the foreign assignment goes completely out of control. Özakin and Mustafa are kidnapped in a bloody attack and taken to the gangsters’ hideout in the middle of the jungle.

8:15 p.m., kabel eins, total recall, sci-fi action thriller

To escape his frustrating everyday life in 2084, a factory worker books Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell) a virtual adventure. The memories of a real secret agent should become his own. But something goes wrong during the treatment – suddenly Quaid is being pursued as a spy. Even his wife (Kate Beckinsale) turns against him. Do the new memories contain more truth than what he previously believed to be his life?

8:15 p.m., RTL, who wants to be a millionaire? – The phenomenon: celebrities between tears and triumph, reportage

Günther Jauch himself is always amazed that this is the case celebrities especially sweating with him on the chair. Because they have the chance to win a lot – but also to lose – and it’s about much more than money! That pushes many big stars to their limits – and that’s why it makes for legendary TV highlights. And just when the unexpected happens, then moments for eternity arise.

8:15 p.m., arte, The Duchess, historical drama

England 1774: 17-year-old Georgiana Spencer (Keira Knightley) is in seventh heaven. She will marry the second most powerful man in England (Ralph Fiennes). But the supposed happiness in love is only short-lived, because romance is a foreign word for the newly wed duke. When it comes to him, sexuality serves only one goal anyway: to get a male heir as quickly as possible. But this is exactly what threatens to break up the marriage of the two.

10:00 p.m., ONE, Banklady, crime drama

Hamburg in the early 1960s. Gisela Werler (Nadeshda Brennicke) is in her early 30s, lonely, unmarried. One day she catches her admirer Uwe (Andreas Schmidt) and the bon vivant Peter (Charly Hübner) with a suitcase of money. She spies on them and catches them robbing a bank. When Uwe loses his nerve, Gisela offers herself as a replacement and Peter gives her a chance. During her first robbery, the bank robber is initially not taken seriously, but then she gains the upper hand – the bank lady is born. The police are stunned. There has never been a woman as a bank robber.


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