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TV tips on Thursday

"Borchert and the dark shadows": Dominique (Ina Paule Klink, right) and Borchert (Christian Kohlund) are skeptical

"Borchert and the dark shadows": Dominique (Ina Paule Klink, right) and Borchert (Christian Kohlund) are skeptical about their client Julia Egger (Anna Herrmann).

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8:15 p.m., The first, Borchert and the dark shadows, thriller

After an argument with her mother, the adolescent psychologist Julia Egger (Anna Herrmann) has an accident, injures a man badly and drives away, headless. Her explanation that she was deliberately pushed aside by a dark SUV and did not see the man initially sounds unconvincing to her lawyers Borchert (Christian Kohlund) and Dominique (Ina Paule Klink) - especially since Julia has a history of drinking and driving. While her younger half-sister Mavi (Flora Li Thiemann) sticks by Julia, her parents don't seem to be of any help.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Annie and shared happiness, comedy

Ralph (Thomas Loibl) still loves Annie's (Bernadette Heerwagen) best friend Tine (Kathrin von Steinburg). But instead of separating, Annie suggests a relationship with the three of them. Once again, Ralf responds to Annie's unorthodox idea. First Ralf should switch between the two women in a fixed rhythm during a "test phase". Reluctantly, but then increasingly self-confidently, he finds that he manages to overcome the philistinism in himself and to gain something from the ménage-à-trois. Maybe there is a Casanova in him after all?

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Can you govern? Baerbock, Scholz & Lauterbach back in school, reportage

War in Ukraine, energy crisis, pandemic, extreme weather: One year after the election, top politicians are again answering questions from a school class. Chancellor Olaf Scholz invites the kids to the Chancellery, the ministers Annalena Bärbock and Karl Lauterbach come directly into the class. How is the political celebrity doing in the face of undisguised children's issues? And can they provide clear answers to the burning issues of our time?

8:15 p.m., VOX, James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace, action thriller

James Bond (Daniel Craig) not only acts in the name of his majesty, but also leads his own personal revenge campaign: After a terrorist organization has driven his lover Vesper Lynd to her death, the agent wants to find her murderer. A trail finally leads him to Haiti, where Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric) is threading dubious deals. The Bolivian General Medrano (Joaquin Cosio) turns to Greene to help him take power in the South American country. Bond meets the mysterious Camille (Olga Kurylenko), who has her own score to settle with the General.

8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Glow Up – Germany's next make-up star, show

Whose looks convince the strict "Glow Up" jury and the guest judges Hungry and Franziska Knuppe the most? Ten make-up artists and two extraordinary challenges. It gets emotional and very personal in the very first episode. Who can convince the jury besides moderator Riccardo Simonetti? And who has to leave the show after the first episode?


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