Preview: TV tips on Monday (08/16/2021)

TV tips on Monday (08/16/2021)

“Berlin, Berlin – The Movie”: Who is the right one? Lolle (Felicitas Woll) doubts.

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You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Monday at a glance.

8:15 p.m., Das Erste, Berlin, Berlin – The movie, romantic comedy

Animated film producer Lolle (Felicitas Woll) finally has the ultimate life plan. The 38-year-old Berliner by choice is about to reach a Hollywood deal and wants to start a family. She has already found the right man: It is her neighbor Hart (Matthias Klimsa) from the wild times, with whom she has now built a successful animation studio. Just as Lolle in a white wedding dress wants to say yes, her crush Sven (Jan Sosniok) bursts in to surprise her with a marriage proposal.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, The End of Truth, Thriller

Martin Behrens (Ronald Zehrfeld) is an expert on Central Asia at the Federal Intelligence Service and believes that his work is helping to maintain national security. His girlfriend Aurice (Antje Traue), who is a journalist researching secret services, dies in a terrorist attack. Obviously, the attack is a retaliatory attack by Islamist terrorists. When the police stormed the attackers’ camp in Munich, they found further evidence of Islamist terror there. But did Aurice Köhler really become an accidental victim of religious fanatics?

8:15 p.m., RTL, farmer is looking for women internationally, dome series

In Croatia, the local winemaker and horse keeper Ivica receives mail from interested ladies. The romantic has been single for five years and has long wanted a woman by his side again. He invites two power women to his farm week: the 57-year-old former event manager Nevenka and the 57-year-old housekeeper Isolde.

8:15 p.m., ONE, Invisible Years, Drama

Bea Kanter (Julia Koschitz) comes from a good middle-class family. She categorically rejects the conservative attitude of her father. At the rebellious Frankfurt university in the 1970s, the economics student immersed herself in the left-wing scene and found the first supposed ways out of the philistine milieu: flat share, protest, rebellion, finally idealization of socialism and the GDR. She goes so far that she can be recruited as an agent by the Ministry for State Security of the GDR. This is how she makes a career in the Federal Foreign Office. With the fall of the wall, however, its years of camouflage also fell.

8:15 p.m., kabel eins, rush hour 3, action comedy

War is raging in Paris because an arm of the Chinese triads is turning the city of love into a juggernaut of violence. Last hope is Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) and his colleague Carter (Chris Tucker) from the LAPD. When they arrive in Paris, they meet a confused Flic, after which French taxis turn out to be dangerous projectiles and finally gangsters of all degrees are waiting for the duo.