“The Masked Singer” on ProSieben
In “The Masked Singer” (ProSieben) celebrities perform again in shrill costumes. Detective Wilsberg (ZDF) gets to the bottom of unsavory rumors. In the first, the Ehrlich Brothers are guests on “Ask the Mouse”.
8:15 p.m., ProSieben, The Masked Singer, music show
Ten stars from all walks of life appear in oversized, elaborate costumes that make them completely unrecognizable. One can only speculate about the identity of the prominent undercover singers. Viewers vote for their favourites. At the end of the show, the secret is revealed for the masked celebrity with the fewest votes: Which star is hiding under the mask?
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Wilsberg: Tastes like murder, thriller
The meat manufacturer Thomas Heitbrink (Michael Schiller) is accused of poor hygiene in the company. His lawyer Dr. Tessa Tilker (Patricia Meeden) tasks Wilsberg (Leonard Lansink) with finding out who wants to harm the company. Wilsberg discovers that Heitbrink’s daughter Lea (Anna Hausburg) has reason to slander her father. As a convinced vegan, she is in a permanent ideological clinch with her father. Does the burglary in Lea’s apartment, which she shares with Jasmin Rudolph (Jaëla Probst), have anything to do with the case?
8:15 p.m., the first, ask the mouse, family show
Germany’s craziest family show comes with a new edition full of fascinating puzzles. Also present this time: the Ehrlich Brothers. The famous wizarding duo have come up with the cutest surprise ever on a Saturday night show. Before that, all prominent guessers dive deep into the colorful world of sweets. Who wins the sweet tooth game?
8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Find Dory, digital trick fun
The always distracted fish lady Dory lives with Nemo and Merlin in the coral reef. Suddenly she remembers that she is actually looking for her parents. So the three set off together. But Dorie’s forgetfulness leads her down hilarious detours.
8:15 p.m., ONE, The Ireland Crime Mystery: Family Ties, Crime Mystery
Abbie Campbell (Luisa-Céline Gaffron) is in prison for murder, she stabbed her sleeping husband. The background to the brutal act was never clarified, Abbie had refused any statement at the time. Criminal psychologist Cathrin Blake (Désirée Nosbusch), who has to prepare an expert opinion on the young woman, is convinced that Abbie was in an exceptional situation at the time and that she no longer poses a threat today. Cathrin manages to secure parole for the convicted murderer so Abbie can see her baby daughter Maisie (Molly McCann) again. The visit is catastrophic: Abbie flees with Maisie.