With the remaining four episodes, fans of the series should therefore be dependent on TVNow. After Vox once landed a surprise hit with its first self-produced series with the “Club of Red Ribbons”, the search for further success in this segment remains unfortunate. But it’s not just the in-house productions that cause problems, Vox has also had a hard time with bought-in series for a long time. And here, too, Vox draws conclusions.
Together with “Lucie. It works!” The entire Wednesday of the series disappears from the program: “Chicago Med” and “New Amsterdam” will no longer be shown with immediate effect. That is not really surprising either: “Chicago Med” was only able to achieve a market share of 1.3 percent in the classic target group last week, “New Amsterdam” was also well below target – as it has been for weeks. On Fridays, the late evening “Chicago PD”, which is also weak, will be removed from the program. The first broadcasts of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” from 8:15 pm survived the major cleaning, but Vox did not broadcast an old episode at 10:15 pm – at least temporarily – but also.
James Bond should judge it instead in December. Next Wednesday, Vox will show the Bond film “Fireball” at 8:15 pm, and “You Only Live Twice” a week later. The films are repeated every Friday at 10:15 p.m. On Wednesdays, following the Bond film, old episodes of “Criminal Intent” can be seen. From December 16, films were already planned on Wednesdays at 8:15 p.m., but they will not be repeated on Fridays. Instead, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” will run for the whole evening.