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TV Tips: Thriller "The Muse of the Murderer" on ZDF

8:15 p.m., ZDF, The Muse of the Murderer, thriller

Madeleine Montana (Christiane Hörbiger) lives in her self-created world and in the imagination of still being a famous bestselling author. The taboo-free cynic has a sharp tongue against everyone and everyone. When a serial killer terrifies Vienna, it turns out that the crimes recreate scenarios from Madeleine's books. Madeleine is initially shocked and turns on the police. Commissioner Bäumer (Fritz Karl) and his assistant Flo (Cornelia Ivancan) fear that further bestial murders will not fail to materialize.

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, dream women, comedy

Four desperate women struggle with the "volatility" of men. While Leni (Hannah Herzsprung) is betrayed by her fiance, Hannah (Karoline Herfurth) mimics her colleague's bed bunny and her mother Margaux (Iris Berben) is left for a younger one after 30 years of marriage, the frank Vivienne (Palina Rojinski) simply turns the tables around. Sex with many different men is said to provide comfort.

8:15 p.m., The First Where Our Weather Comes – The Alps, documentary series

In the second episode of his meteorological road show in the Alps, Plöger explains why climate change is particularly hard on the Alps. Due to the many steep slopes, the mountains offer the incoming sun rays much more space that can be heated up than is the case in the lowlands. The climate change in the Alps has many faces: Not only are the glaciers melting, they are also increasingly transporting huge meltwater pockets inside, which could trigger a devastating tidal wave.

8:15 p.m., ONE, On charge: Harry Wörz, Justice drama

The film begins in 1997 with the arrest of Harry Wörz (Rüdiger Klink) from Pforzheim. His wife, who was separated from him, was attacked and choked so badly that she suffered permanent brain damage. Wörz is sentenced to eleven years in prison for attempted manslaughter. In 1999 a lawsuit for damages is brought against him. The young lawyer Hubert Gorka (Felix Klare) takes over Wörz's defense. When the judge at the civil court decided on Wörz, Gorka and his client decided to fight for the annulment of the first criminal court decision. This is the start of an exhausting marathon.

8:15 p.m., kabel eins, eraser, action thriller

As Federal Marshal, John Kruger (Arnold Schwarzenegger) looks after meaningful criminals as part of the witness protection program. But this time he is dealing with an unusual case: attractive Lee Cullen (Vanessa Williams), who works in a senior position at an armaments company, has voluntarily provided the FBI with explosive confidential information. It's about the illegal sale of a dangerous high-speed weapon. And this conspiracy extends to the highest government circles.