“Farewell to Prince Philip” on ZDF
ZDF broadcasts the funeral ceremony for the late Prince Philip. Oslo inspector Harry Hole is looking for a missing woman in “Snowman” (ProSieben). A mysterious corpse find, however, causes excitement in the “Erzgebirgskrimi” (ZDF).
3:10 p.m., ZDF, ZDF special: Farewell to Prince Philip, funeral service
Prince Philip stood by the Queen’s side for more than 70 years – no British prince consort in history has been in office for so long. Now he died at the age of 99. In a mourning ceremony lasting more than two hours, the Duke of Edinburgh is paid the last respects in front of only a few invited guests. A service in the St. Georges Chapel is the highlight and at the same time the end of the celebrations. ZDF will broadcast the ceremony live from Mainz and London.
8:15 p.m., ProSieben, Snowman, Thriller
A young woman is brutally murdered in Oslo. Commissioner Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) and his talented colleague Katrine Bratt (Rebecca Ferguson) are scheduled for the case. Hole suspects that the gruesome act was a serial killer who always strikes when it is snowing. His trademark are snowmen, which he leaves at every crime scene. When there are more murder cases of young mothers, the investigators are under even more pressure, because the next snowfall is not long in coming …
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Erzgebirgskrimi – The dead man in the moat, crime thriller
During repair work at Hartenstein Castle, the body of a man who was around 75 years old at the time of death is found. The violent death occurred more than 20 years ago. Chief Inspector Winkler (Kai Scheve) is investigating with his young colleague Karina (Lara Mandoki) and forensic doctor Charlotte von Sellin (Adina Vetter) in the neighboring small town. Forester Saskia Bergelt (Teresa Weißbach), who knows about the strange history of the castle, helps them with the investigation.
8:15 pm, The First, Do You Understand Fun ?, Show
Guido Cantz shows a lot of fun films again with the hidden camera and welcomes prominent guests in the studio – some of whom have been led onto the ice themselves or have proven their qualities as decoy for the show. This time including: Horst Lichter, Jürgen Vogel and Victoria Swarovski.
8:15 p.m., RTL, because they don’t know what’s going to happen – the Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger-Show, Show
Two unsuspecting presenters without a plan who face new rounds of games and quizzes with an uncertain outcome: Barbara Schöneberger and Thomas Gottschalk are dancing again on the volcano in three new Saturday evening primetime shows and giving everything. Live, without a safety net, without rehearsals, with brains, a good portion of joy in playing and with full physical effort. However, again without Günther Jauch, who had corona. Whoever replaces the 64-year-old presenter does not want to reveal RTL until the show. Jauch himself will be there via video.
8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, bridal alarm, comedy
Annie (Kristen Wiig) is frustrated. She had to close her own business, a bakery, and move back in with her mother (Jill Clayburgh). There is also no man in sight who could save them from this misery. Then she meets horror news: her best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph) has reached the finish line: She is getting married in well-funded circles. Annie is slated to become one of Lillian’s maids of honor. She is touched – until she meets the other women, especially Helen (Rose Byrne). She comes from the upper class, is married and seems to displace Annie more and more as Lillian’s “number one friend”.