Ratings: “Stubbe” thriller remains strong with a new main character

Ratings: “Stubbe” thriller remains strong with a new main character

“Stubbe” thriller remains strong with a new main character

Wolfgang and Stephanie Stumph provide them "stub"-Consequence "Delivered" in Dresden.  Photo: Sebastian Kahnert/dpa

Wolfgang and Stephanie Stumph present the “Stubbe” episode “Delivered” in Dresden. photo

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Stephanie Stumph is now the focus of the “Stubbe” series. The success has remained, the quotas remain high.

The ZDF thriller “Stubbe” remains a ratings guarantee for ZDF, even with the newly distributed leading roles. 6.51 million viewers (23.9 percent) switched on the episode “Delivered” on Wednesday evening from 8:15 p.m. Stephanie Stump is now the focus of the series as investigative journalist Christiane Stubbe, her father Wolfgang Stumph took a back seat as Wilfried Stubbe.

The first was not able to win quite as many viewers with the drama “Ries thing – Every hour counts”. 2.37 million (8.7 percent) got the start of the two-parter with Verena Altenberger, Maximilian Brückner and Anna Brüggemann. Sat.1 broadcast the crime comedy “The Last Bull – The Film” with Henning Baum and Maximilian Grill – 1.72 million (6.5 percent) watched.

RTL had “Sisi” to offer. The historical series with Dominique Devenport, Jannik Schümann and Désirée Nosbusch was watched by 1.39 million (5.1 percent). The fantasy film “The Neverending Story” was shown on Kabel Eins. The spectacle, starring Barret Oliver, Noah Hathaway and Tami Stronach, was watched by 1.03 million (3.8 percent).

“The big TV total annual review” with Sebastian Pufpaff on ProSieben brought 1.02 million (3.8 percent) to tune in. 740,000 science fiction fans (2.8 percent) gathered in front of the screen for the thriller “Planet of the Apes: Prevolution” on RTLzwei. The Vox music show “Die Hitwisser” attracted 690,000 people (3.0 percent). The ZDFneo thriller “Wilsberg: Murderous Return” with Leonard Lansink and Oliver Korittke had 650,000 viewers (2.4 percent).


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