Ratings: Pop singers kick the Swiss away

Pop singers kick the Swiss away

Thomas Anders (l) and Florian Silbereisen sing in competition.  Photo: Bodo Schackow/dpa

Thomas Anders (l) and Florian Silbereisen sing in competition. photo

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After the German team was eliminated from the World Cup, interest in the games in Qatar has dropped significantly.

After the departure of the Germans, viewer interest in the Football World Cup bagged: The hit show “The Advent Festival of 100,000 Lights” left the World Cup behind on Friday. 5.05 million people (21.1 percent) wanted to see the music spectacle with Florian Silbereisen in the first from 8:15 p.m. The Swiss game against Serbia, which ended 3-2 in favor of the Swiss, only had 4.27 million (16.5 percent).

The other stations followed at a distance. the RTL1.07 million (4.6 percent) wanted to see the music show “The Ultimate Chart Show – 50 Years Ballermann – The Most Successful Hits” with guests such as Mike Singer, Lorenz Büffel, Andreas Gabalier, Lucas Cordalis and Captain Jack. 910,000 people (3.5 percent) watched the US crime series “Navy CIS” on Kabel Eins.

ZDFneo broadcast the American-German thriller “The Bourne Conspiracy” with Matt Damon, Brian Cox, Julia Stiles and Franka Potente. 750,000 people (2.9 percent) chose the almost 20-year-old action film. ProSieben had the comic adaptation “The Dark Knight Rises” with Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anne Hathaway to offer – 730,000 science fiction fans (3.1 percent) watched it on screen.

The 90s disaster thriller “Twister” with Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton ran on RTLzwei – 720,000 men and women (2.8 percent) spent the evening with it. The Vox society portrait “Where love falls – every couple is different” about the couple Vanessa and David and their 50 kilo weight difference brought 520,000 people (2.0 percent) to tune in. The Sat.1 documentary “Jeremy Fragrance – Number One: From “Celebrity Big Brother” back into the world” about the influencer and self-proclaimed fragrance expert attracted 470,000 viewers (1.8 percent) in front of the screen.


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