TV Tips: Comedy "Love does not expire" in the first

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8:15 p.m., The first, love does not expire, romantic comedy

The once celebrated stock exchange genius Piet N. Schneller (Heino Ferch) struggles to bake small rolls as a Hartz IV recipient. Under pressure from his case manager Runknagel (Philipp Hochmair), Piet reluctantly accepts a driver's job at the Hamburger Tafel. On his first day, he surprisingly meets his ex-girlfriend Veronika (Tanja Wedhorn) at the food distribution for the needy. In order not to show himself naked before the love of his life, Piet switches back to the successful type. Although Veronika soon finds out what he really is, she takes up the game and accepts his invitation to eat.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Suspected: Eva's last course, thriller

A policeman shoots himself out of heartache in front of his younger colleague and ex-lover Sarah Weiss (Julia Franz Richter). One last case for the internal investigator Dr. Eva Maria Prohacek (Senta Berger). However, it quickly becomes clear that Sarah is no stranger to Eva and her colleague André Langner (Rudolf Krause). The young policewoman lost her mother to a house fire 17 years ago. The alleged accident became Evas and Langner's first case together.

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8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Zoomania, Digitrick crime comedy

In the city "Zoomania" more and more predators are missing. When one comes back, the civilized citizen has become a wild animal. Bunny police officer Judy Hopps forms a strange team with the criminal fox Nick to get to the bottom of the matter. In doing so, they put themselves in unimagined danger …

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, The Finest Hours, sea rescue drama

When a violent storm raged across the east coast of New England in the winter of 1952, the SS Pendleton oil tanker was torn in half; 30 seafarers are caught in the stern of the rapidly sinking giant. The coast guard orders a rescue mission, and despite the poor prospects of success, four men (Chris Pine, Kyle Gallner, John Magaro, Ben Foster) sail out into the churning sea in a small lifeboat.

8:15 p.m., ONE, The Medicus, historical epos

The death of his mother, who is carried away by an enigmatic illness, shakes the nine-year-old Rob. From then on, he became interested in the art of healing. The quackery that he learns from a moving bather (Stellan Skarsgard) is not enough for him. Rob (Tom Payne) embarks on a long and arduous journey to distant Persia to learn the science of medicine from the famous doctor and scholar Ibn Sina (Ben Kingsley). His impetuous thirst for knowledge threatens him to doom.