TV Tips: Crime "We Are The Law" on ZDF

8:15 p.m., ZDF, We are the law, thriller

Maja Witt (Julia Koschitz) and Klaus Burck (Aljoscha Stadelmann) run patrols in the Bahnhofsviertel in Bremen and use chutzpah and cleverness to ensure justice in their own way. After many frustrating experiences, they decide to take the law into their own hands. After striking back for the first time, Klaus Burck and colleague Maja Witt discover new sides to their job. A particularly brazen and provocative action makes the barrel overflow. Witt and Burck are forced to act: they beat a criminal Arab clan with their own means.

8:15 p.m., The First, Our Wonderful Years (3), Drama

Eduard bequeathed the company Christel (Katja Riemann) and his daughters. Due to the interim wedding of Margot (Anna Maria Mühe) and Böcker (Hans-Joachim Wagner), the couple now basically own the majority of the United Metal Works. With a heavy heart Ulla (Elisa Schlott) gives up her medical studies and decides to put her life in Altena in order for the time being and finally to finish it with Tommy (David Schütter), who has returned to East Berlin.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, ProSieben LIVE. Germany asks about Corona, live talk

What moves people in Germany in the "Corona state of emergency"? Where are you unsure of? ProSieben puts the questions of its viewers at the center of its interactive live talk. A team of experts, including the Bavarian Prime Minister Dr. Markus Söder and the doctor and biochemist Prof. Dr. Alexander Kekulé, provides answers. The two-hour live talk will be moderated by Stefan Gödde.

8:15 p.m., Kabel One, Gran Torino, drama

After the death of his wife, the bitter Korean war veteran Walt Kowalski (Clint Eastwood) holds the position alone in his dilapidated suburb of Detroit, where young gangs are up to mischief. The Polish-born loner meets his new neighbors, who belong to an Asian minority, with open racism. First, his prejudices are confirmed. But then the tide turns.

8:15 p.m., arte, Miss Smilla's sense of snow, thriller

When Eskimo boy Isaiah (Clipper Miano) falls from a roof and dies, the police believe in an accident. But the mathematician Smilla Jaspersen (Julia Ormond), daughter of an Inuit and a Dane, does not believe the official finding. She investigates on her own.