Preview: “Solo for White: The Last Sacrifice” in the First

“Solo for White: The Last Sacrifice” in the First

“Solo for Weiss: The Last Victim”: Nora Weiss (Anna Maria Mühe) aims at a hostage-taker.

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In “Solo für Weiss” (ZDF), the investigator Nora Weiss has to cope with her boss’s suicide. “Bauer sucht Frau” (RTL) is in the final weeks of the farm and in “Die purple rivers” (ZDF) there is a double murder during a pagan festival.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, solo for white: The last victim, crime thriller

Kurt Böhnisch (Hannes Hellmann), Nora’s boss, is retiring and kills himself during his farewell party. The LKA Kiel is in a state of shock. Shortly after Böhnisch’s suicide, a woman’s body is found in Lübeck. Nora (Anna Maria Mühe) discovers similarities with an unsolved woman murder in Rostock. Böhnisch had looked in vain for his daughter Jasmin, who lived in Rostock and disappeared without a trace two years ago.

8:15 p.m., RTL, farmer is looking for a wife, dome show

Of butterflies and surprises: The last farm weeks of this year’s season are also ending and the big question is everywhere: Did the farmers and their chosen ones spark? Has enthusiasm turned into friendship or even love? Or is it all over before it even started?

8:15 p.m., ONE, salmon fishing in Yemen, tragic comedy

Dr. Alfred Jones (Ewan McGregor) is an international great when it comes to salmon and trout farming. One day the uptight British fishing expert is confronted by a certain Harriet Chetwode-Talbot (Emily Blunt) with an offer that sounds absurd: Her client, Sheikh Muhammad ibn Zaidi bani Tihama (Amr Waked), a passionate fly fisherman from Yemen, wants to go to the Settle probably his home country northern European salmon in the wadis of the desert state.

8:15 p.m., Das Erste, Dehesa – Spain’s unique forest landscape, documentary

In the south-west of Spain there is a very unique landscape for Europe with an infinite number of trees – especially oaks that are not too close together. Because over the centuries, people have created grazing land for farm animals here. But also countless wild animals and the constant influence of the Mediterranean climate have shaped this area. Their soft soils with partly lush undergrowth provide a perfect habitat for wild rabbits.

10:15 p.m., ZDF, The Purple Rivers: The Festival, Thriller Series

Commissioner Niémans (Olivier Marchal) and his colleague Camille (Erika Sainte) are investigating in Weismes, east of Liège, in Belgium. A double homicide was committed near a pagan festival. In a burned down community hall they find the lifeless bodies of a young German couple, sewn together at their backs. The couple wear striking ribbons on their wrists and chains with pendants made from small pieces of each other’s skin.


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