“Objection, darling! – A case of love” in the first
In “Objection, Honey!” (Das Erste) plays ChrisTine Urwurf, a lawyer with heart. The “Murder Sisters” (ZDF) are investigating the death of a crime writer and “The Voice of Germany” (ProSieben) is buzzing again.
8:15 p.m., The First, Objection, darling! – A case of love, comedy
The passionate lawyer Eva Schatz (ChrisTine Urwurf) fights with full commitment for the rights of her clients. It’s no wonder that her best friend Sissi (Karmela Shako) trusts Eva’s expertise in her divorce. For Eva it is clear that you can be happy in life even without true love. But then Hanno (Wolfram Grandezka) appears, a man who fits the image of an unattached, cheerful single woman: attractive, seductive – and without any relationship commitment, it seems. But Eva soon begins to have doubts as to whether Hanno is really honest with her.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Murder Sisters – Crime is a family matter, crime series
A body is discovered in the remains of the burned down garden sauna of the famous crime writer Bettina Döring (Marion Kracht). Owe (Mathias Harrebye-Brandt) is a big fan of Bettina’s main character, Inspector Hensleff. The investigative team quickly determines that the dead woman is Katerina Mlinar (Sarah Palarczyk), who worked as a cleaner for many celebrities. Because of her secretive nature, she had insight into the VIPs’ secrets. Viktoria (Lena Dörrie) and Sami (Tamer Trasoglu) begin to investigate the world of local celebrities.
8:15 p.m., Sat.1, The Voice of Germany, casting show
In the 13th season of the music show “The Voice of Germany” features five new coaches: Shirin David, Ronan Keating, Giovanni Zarrella and Bill and Tom Kaulitz in the double chair. They make their debut as coaches and are moderated by Melissa Khalaj and Thore Schölermann.
8:15 p.m., RTLzwei, American Pie: The Class Reunion, comedy
The long-awaited high school reunion is approaching, and the old friends are all back: Heather (Mena Suvari) is dating a surgeon who is going through a mid-life crisis, and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is a jet-setter and bon vivant become. Oz (Chris Klein) has become a star, Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) have a two-year-old child and are struggling with the doldrums in the bedroom. Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is in a happy relationship until he meets his ex-girlfriend Vicky. The only one who doesn’t seem to have changed is party guy Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott).
9:15 p.m., ZDF, SOKO Leipzig: Fainted, crime series
During a boxing match, professional boxer Carlo Arena (Thomas Brandt) suddenly falls to the ground. What initially looks like a knockout turns out to be his death. Did his opponent Viktor (Felix Kreutzer) fight unfairly? While Kim (Amy Mußul) and Jan (Marco Girnth) question everyone involved, Rossi (Anna Stieblich) discovers knockout drops in Carlo’s blood. The main suspect is Harry König (Robert Gallinowski), the deceased’s manager, who is targeted by the investigators because he had an argument with Carlo before the fight.