TV tips on Sunday (22.08.2021)
You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Sunday at a glance.
8:15 p.m., Das Erste, crime scene: ricochet, crime story
A sniper shoots a truck driver at a truck stop, and the perpetrator escapes undetected. Thorsten Falke (Wotan Wilke Möhring) and Julia Grosz (Franziska Weisz) investigate the forwarding agent: Is it a mentally disturbed individual perpetrator or a dispute in the trucker environment? During their investigation, they encounter a wall of silence. As they assume more and more of blackmail, the perpetrator strikes again.
8:15 p.m., VOX, grill den Henssler summer special, cooking show
Pietro Lombardi recently announced that he is withdrawing from the public for the time being, but in three of the summer specials the singer will play again against Steffen Henssler. Also present: Reality star Detlef Steves, who stands at the grill together with the multiple world and European champion Mathias Mester, and presenter Jana Ina Zarrella. The cooking coach is Johann Lafer. Mirja Boes, Reiner Calmund and Christian Rach rate the dishes.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, spring – sand beneath your feet, family film
Mark (Marco Girnth) causes a serious accident with a horse. The young rider Charlotte (Irene Böhm) then obliges the vet to nurse her stallion back to health. The girl’s request is explosive because Charlotte’s mother Luisa (Tessa Mittelstaedt) is against treating the horse for some inexplicable reason. She seems to hate the animal. Mark suggests taking the stallion into his home for the duration of the treatment.
8:15 p.m., RTL, The Expendables 3, Action
Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and his team face a problem: The troop should prevent a weapons deal. But then it turns out that the arms supplier is Expendables co-founder Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson), who was believed to be dead. And he decides without further ado to have Ross and his crew killed. Ross has no choice, he has to forestall Stonebanks and rounds up a group of tough guys. Together with some of the younger ones as reinforcement, he heralds a new era of expendables.
8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Itself is the bride, comedy
Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) is a successful editor. When the native Canadian’s visa expires, she faces deportation from the United States. She has to present an American husband to the authorities as soon as possible – not an easy matter, because Margaret doesn’t make things easy for her fellow human beings with her bitchy manner. Without further ado, she blackmailed her assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds) into impersonating her fiancé.