TV tips: “The uncanny ease of the revolution” in the first

TV tips
“The uncanny ease of revolution” in the first

“The uncanny lightness of the revolution”: Franka (Janina Fautz) and Stefan (Ferdinand Lehmann)

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In “The uncanny ease of the revolution” (Das Erste), environmentalists are targeted by the Stasi. In “The Guilty” (arte) a police officer tries to save a woman over the phone. In addition, George Clooney has to pay off old debts in “Ocean’s Twelve” (cable one).

8:15 p.m., The First, The Eerie Ease of Revolution, Drama

19-year-old Franka Blankenstein (Janina Fautz) grew up as a child of system-loyal parents in Leipzig. By chance she meets the geriatric nurse Stefan Clausnitz (Ferdinand Lehmann) and thus finds her way into an environmental group that, under the protection of the church, campaigns against the destruction of nature and the air pollution in the region. Franka is fascinated by the cohesion of the group that lives in an old demolished house. Actions are planned there, heated discussions are held, but also lived, loved and celebrated – under constant observation by the Stasi.

8:15 p.m., arte, The Guilty, Thriller

Legal proceedings were initiated against police officer Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren) and he was therefore transferred to Copenhagen’s emergency call center. There Asger received an emergency call shortly before the end of the day: At the other end of the line, Iben (Jessica Dinnage), a woman who, as she says, was kidnapped by her ex-husband, is speaking. Asger sends a police patrol, but with only sparse information, the search turns out to be difficult.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, you’ll never figure it out !, quiz show

“You never figure it out!” is the show of unusual questions and crazy puzzles – a surprising quiz about special people and incomprehensible facts. Two prominent guessing teams play against each other for victory in nine game rounds. This time Harald Krassnitzer, Michael Kessler, Nora Tschirner, Martin Rütter, Tanja Wedhorn and Axel Prahl are there. When it comes to the strange questions, creativity is required.

8:15 p.m., RTL, Mario Barth reveals !, Show

Mario Barth has shown numerous tax wastes in his show that make you dizzy with audacity. Time to review the absolute “hardship cases” one more time. In its special edition, the well-known nose and his guests Ingo Appelt, Ilka Bessin and Guido Cantz present the ten most embarrassing cases of all time – from crazy train stations to useless bridges to the insane breakdown site in Berlin.

8:15 p.m., Kabel eins, Ocean’s Twelve, rogue comedy

Three years after his big casino coup, Danny Ocean (George Clooney) has a problem: Terry Benedict (Andy Garcia), the man he stole from, has tracked him down and is demanding his money back. With interest! Danny’s only way to get away with his life is to get his old gang together and commit three impossible thefts in Europe in two weeks. But they not only get in the way of a Europol agent (Catherine Zeta-Jones), but also a mysterious master thief (Vincent Cassel).