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TV tips on Thursday

"Nobody asked me": The bride Clara (Vita Tepel, r.) lets her proud mother Anna (Meike Droste) lead her to the altar

“Nobody asked me”: the bride Clara (Vita Tepel, right) is led to the altar by her proud mother Anna (Meike Droste).

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8:15 p.m., ZDF, nobody asked me, comedy

Anna (Meike Droste) laughs when she is asked for her daughter Clara’s (Vita Tepel) hand. Clara accuses her mother: “You’re just jealous because nobody ever asked you!” That has sat. Confident Anna is actually pretty happy and content as a single. Her daughter Clara, who is planning her own dream wedding, is completely different. Which of her ex-partners should Anna ask to play the desired groomsman for Clara?

8:15 p.m., RTL, The Bachelorette – The grand finale, dome soap

Sharon’s parents and friends study the remaining ones men know and examine them before the penultimate decision is made: Which two men are in the final? They both spend one last date with Sharon before she gives her final rose. Following the finale, Sharon meets some of the men who made the season a talking point at the big reunion – and reveals their current relationship status.

8:15 p.m., the first, the Denmark crime thriller: rough nights, crime thriller

In the pagan “rough nights” there is unbridled exuberance in the former Viking town of Ribe. Even at the police station, where the conscientious patrol officer Ida Sörensen (Marlene Morreis) helps out on the night shift, chaos reigns. At the moment, nobody thinks about the sadistic serial killer who kidnaps people and lets them starve in the forest. Ida also doesn’t recognize Smillla Vestergaad (Anne Kanis), who has been missing for days, was able to free herself from her bonds and now appears among all the disguised and drunk people in the police station.

8:15 p.m., VOX, Girls’ Night Out, comedy

Friends Jess (Scarlett Johansson), Blair (Zoe Kravitz), Alice (Jillian Bell) and Frankie (Ilana Glazer) have a bachelorette party. When a male stripper accidentally dies, events spiral out of control. The young women have to dispose of a corpse. And to top it all off, the “real” stripper is suddenly at the door. Who was the man they killed?

8:15 p.m., 3Sat, the 7th hour, thriller

Lawyer Joachim Vernau (Jan Josef Liefers) receives a lucrative offer: He is to prepare high school students at a private school for their law studies. Vernau takes over the 7th period, but on the very first day there is a scandal: the headmistress has not mentioned that a girl from the class committed suicide a few months ago. Allegedly lovesickness was the reason. Vernau finds out that role-playing games were played at the expensive private school. One, “The Black Queen,” goes back to ancient medical records. A child killer’s delusions turned into a game.


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