TV tips on Monday (25.10.2021)
You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Monday at a glance.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, take me home, drama
Martina (Hedi Kriegeskotte), the mother of Ulrike (Silke Bodenbender) and Sandra (Anneke Kim Sarnau), unexpectedly falls into a coma after falling. The mother’s condition does not improve; the brain damage is irreparable. A living will is not at hand. The sisters now have to decide for their mother. But the deeply religious Ulrike thinks completely different from the scientist Sandra.
8:15 p.m., cable one, Wolverine: Way of the warrior, superhero action
Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) goes to Japan to say goodbye to the terminally ill industrialist Yashida (Haruhiko Yamanouchi), whose life he once saved. There he meets Yashida’s granddaughter Mariko (Tao Okamoto), who is being hunted by the Japanese mafia. Wolverine makes it her business to protect her. But suddenly he loses the ability to heal himself for unknown reasons and still has to face his archenemy, the Silver Samurai.
8:15 p.m., VOX, The Lion’s Den, founders’ show
At the season finale, “Die Höhle der Löwen” is celebrating a very special anniversary: the 100th episode of the show! The founding trio Christoph Trimborn, Katia Filippenko and Philip Weyer brought with them compostable confetti. Do the Lions Celebrate the Seed Confetti? Or are doubts rather sprouting instead of flowers? The Talking Hands product is used to test the lions’ dexterity.
8:15 p.m., Tele 5, Salyut-7, space drama
In the middle of the Cold War: The USSR ground station loses contact with the unmanned “Salyut 7” space station. The military sends the engineer Viktor (Pawel Derewjanko) and the cosmonaut Vladimir (Vladimir Vdovitchenkov) into space. The two have five days!
8:15 p.m., One, The Milan Protocol, Drama
What are the chances of survival as a political hostage in the midst of the Syrian civil war? The German doctor Martina Abramski (Catrin Striebeck) is abducted by a radical Sunni group on suspicion of a secret arms delivery on the border with Syria. The hostage-taking of the Germans did not go unnoticed for long, and various actors, including the BND, quickly positioned themselves to gain political benefit from the situation. In the midst of the highly explosive conflict, Martina soon seems to be unable to trust anyone in the opaque entanglements of intrigue and political interests.