TV tips on Tuesday (November 16, 2021)
You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Tuesday at a glance.
8:15 p.m., The First, The Savior – We Are Lawyer: The Tyrant, Lawyer Series
Judith Lange (Sarah Bauerett), the cellist of a renowned Berlin orchestra, raises serious allegations against the chief conductor: Justus van Heyden (Bernhard Schütz) would harass her if she apparently wanted to force her out of the orchestra – he was a tyrant! Judith seeks help from Romy (Christina Athenstädt), who for the time being can only contradict the warning letter that her client allegedly received because of a nullity. The case takes an unexpected turn when van Heyden is pushed off a ramp after a rehearsal evening in the orchestra house.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Nelson Müller’s Wheat Report, documentary
Does cereal make you fat, do allergies or just good bread? Nelson Müller reveals. He shows industry tricks and examines alternatives. So that only good bread ends up on the table. More and more people seem to no longer tolerate wheat products well. Gluten is supposed to be to blame. Nelson Müller investigates and finds new scientific explanations. The star chef also shows how gluten-free foods are made.
8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, The Dead from Lake Constance, crime thriller
A boat goes up in flames and the fisherman burns alive. The eerie mask of a Celtic deity can be found next to the wreck. A short time later, another dead man is found cruelly beaten – with a similar mask. There is a third mask: Now it is a matter of preventing another murder. In solving the case, the dissimilar pair of investigators, Micha Oberländer (Matthias Koeberlin) and his Austrian colleague Hannah Zeiler (Nora von Waldstätten), quickly encounter the dead man’s brother, Ludwig Pfeilschifter.
8:15 p.m., ProSieben, Who is the Phantom ?, game show
Three celebrities play for clues about a prominent phantom. But of course that doesn’t want to be revealed. If the detectives can win a game or solve a puzzle, they receive a tip that leads to the identity of the known stranger. If they lose the lap, the phantom can further obscure its track. The sniffer foxes can gain up to seven clues to identify the phantom. The revelation at the end of the show shows whether they are correct.
8:15 p.m., 3Sat, Angel of Death, crime thriller
The notorious “Angel of St. Pauli” is back! For Chief Inspector Jan Fabel (Peter Lohmeyer) there is no doubt who is behind the gruesome murder of a 48-year-old journalist. The act is like an unexplained series of crimes that occurred ten years ago and Fabel has no peace of mind: someone cut the throats of nine men, all of them sex offenders, pimps and beating husbands, and castrated them alive – as if they were for their violence should atone for women.