TV tips: Michael Fitz and Florian Teichtmeister investigate again

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Die Toten von Salzburg: royal murder, crime thriller

Palfinger (Florian Teichtmeister) has to deal with a case again with his Nemesis Mur (Michael Fitz) from Bavaria, because the Bavarian sausage king Gschwandtner was found murdered in his villa in Salzburg. One of his Romanian foster children, seven-year-old Tyki, has disappeared. As the fingerprints of Tyki's older sister Liana (16) are found on the murder weapon, she is immediately heard as the first suspect.

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, The Mole – Who can you trust? Show

This week it will be sporty at "The Mole"! It's about the semi-finals and that's why the German-Argentine national sport is on the program: football! Who convinces with their talent? Who specifically holds back their knowledge in order to be able to manipulate better? With Argentine tango dancers in the streets of Buenos Aires, the candidates have to master the next challenge and the saboteur can prick up his ears in mole talk! Has anyone ever exposed him?

8:15 p.m., Tele 5, Silk Road – Kings of the Darknet, cyber thriller

Daphne (Olivia Lonsdale) studies computer science and she is fit. She shows that when she hacks the computer of the attractive neighbor boy Raymond (Gijs Blom) for fun. With that, she has his attention. And a new job. Because Raymond and his friend Sem (Jonas Smulders) are dealers in the Darknet. Daphne goes into business. With fatal consequences.

8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Wilsberg: For lack of evidence, thriller

The son of the couple Melanie (Claudia Michelsen) and Thomas Rensing (Stephan Kampwirth) was kidnapped. Ekki (Oliver Korittke) can persuade Wilsberg (Leonard Lansink) to help his cousin's family because they do not want to inform the police. Wilsberg takes over the money transfer. A suspect is quickly found – Wolfgang Schwendter (Michael Lott) was once reported for child abuse. A bloody T-shirt is found on his property, indicating that he could be the culprit and Max is probably no longer alive. But there is no concrete evidence for this.

10:40 p.m., cable one, Planet of the Apes, sci-fi adventure

2029: The astronaut Leo Davidson (Mark Wahlberg) is on a routine emission through space when he gets into a wormhole-like phenomenon and is catapulted into the future by time and space. He lands on a planet where talking, highly intelligent monkeys rule primitive people. For Davidson and his team, a struggle for life and death begins against the gorilla army – and for the future of humanity.