TV tips: The "puberty" stresses its parents

TV tips
The "puberty" stresses its parents

"Puberty – The Film": Carla (Harriet Herbig-Matten, M.) is in a difficult phase

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Jan Josef Liefers has his hands full with the "puberty" (Sat.1). Another bizarre murder takes place in "Waldgericht" (ZDF). "Who steals the show from me?" (ProSieben) celebrities compete against Joko Winterscheidt.

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Puberty – The Film, Comedy

In the film adaptation of the book of the same name by Jan Weiler, Hannes (Jan Josef Liefers) takes a break to accompany his fourteen-year-old daughter Carla (Harriet Herbig-Matten) through the difficult phase of puberty. The caring father dreams of taking her to ballet performances and symphony concerts, but soon enough he has enough to do with getting his adolescent out of bed in the morning.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Waldgericht (2) – A Black Forest crime thriller

The next murder victim is Johannes Schindelar, an owner of a tannery who is hated by his employees. He is found drowned in a tub of lye. Here, too, everything looks like an execution. At the same time, the two investigators find the first clues that point to a connection between the cases. Then the fire brigade commander Diebold also burns. Commissioner Maris Bächle (Jessica Schwarz) and her colleague Konrad Diener (Max von Thun) are puzzling: Were they accidents or did someone help?

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, Who is stealing the show from me ?, Show

"Who steals the show from me?" what is probably the most extraordinary prize in show history is at stake: Joko Winterscheidt's job. Three celebrities and a wildcard viewer challenge presenter Joko as a candidate in order to – literally – steal the show from him. The winner becomes the quiz show presenter for the next edition and can rearrange the show as they wish – while Joko as a candidate has to fight to win his own show back.

8:15 p.m., 3Sat, don't tell me, love drama

The photographer Lena (Ursina Lardi) is happily married to Bodo (Roeland Wiesnekker), as is the journalist Martin (Ronald Zehrfeld) with his wife Solveig (Sarah Hostettler). Lena and Martin meet in the swimming pool and immediately feel drawn to each other. The passion overtakes them and they let themselves into a spontaneous affair. But life takes its normal course – until they suddenly face each other again and the force of attraction overcomes them again. They start a hot affair and eventually fall in love. But how can they teach this to their families?

10:05 p.m., Sat.1, Keinohrhasen, love comedy

The incorrigible womanizer Ludo (Til Schweiger) is sentenced to 300 hours of social work – in a day care center, of all places! His supervisor, the kindergarten teacher Anna (Nora Tschirner), is not exactly sympathetic to the newcomer; after all, she still knows him from before, when he played along with her. Anna uses the chance for revenge mercilessly at first. But the initial enmity turns into friendship – and in the end even love.