“Munich Murder: Dolce Vita” on ZDF
The team from “Munich Murder” (ZDF) is assigned to an alleged accident. Sat.1 shows the hip re-adaptation of the classic “Robin Hood”. In “Never Too Late” (Das Erste), Heino Ferch has to prove his qualities as a father as a spoiled flight captain.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Munich Murder: Dolce Vita, crime comedy
The inspectors Flierl (Bernadette Heerwagen), Neuhauser (Marcus Mittermeier) and Schaller (Alexander Held) unmask an alleged accident as a murder. The victim was run over three times. The determination is difficult. The well-dressed murder victim has no papers with him and the tags on his tailor-made suit have been removed. Oberkriminalrat Zangel (Christoph Süss) does not consider the matter to be investigative. The commissioners should rather digitize files.
8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Robin Hood, adventure
Lord Robin of Loxley (Taron Egerton) can no longer bear the horrors of the Crusades and intervenes in the execution of a group of prisoners of war. John (Jamie Foxx) – the father of a murdered boy – manages to escape. Back in Nottingham, Robin witnesses the injustice that the sheriff has established. With John at his side as a mentor, the young rebel goes into battle for the oppressed people.
8:15 p.m., The First, Never Too Late, comedy
The 59-year-old flight captain Paul (Heino Ferch) is proud to have made it to the top in his dream job on his own. Shortly before the last ascent in the prestigious Airbus 747-8, he has to deal with his only weakness, which he has generously allowed himself up to now: As a husband and father, Paul does not have the same sense of responsibility as in the cockpit.
8:15 p.m., RTLZWEI, Skyline – The day of the attack, sci-fi action
In LA and other major cities around the world, people are irresistibly drawn to a blue light, only to vanish into thin air. Jarrod (Eric Balfour), his girlfriend Elaine (Scottie Thompson) and their gang discover the secret of the terrifying light: an alien force appears in the sky and begins at breakneck speed to wipe the entire human population off the face of the earth.
9:45 p.m., The First, Papa on Cloud 9, tragic comedy
For Klemens Kurz (Oliver Mommsen) there is nothing more fascinating than clouds. The autistic meteorologist can predict rain to the nearest ten minutes. When his boss Dr. Mendel (Ruth Reinecke) offers a research job in Spitsbergen, Norway, the scientist does not hesitate for long. However, his two pubescent children Nelli (Rieke Seja) and Carlo (Alessandro Schuster) have just as little interest in the Arctic as Grandpa Arthur (Peter Franke). To prevent the move, they devise a plan: If dad falls in love, he would have an unbeatable reason to stay.