He made the morning show “Volle Kanne – Service daily” his: Ingo Nommsen. The presenter greeted many well-known TV faces from Monday to Friday – now he’s saying goodbye.
- “Volle Kanne” presenter Ingo Nommsen leaves the show.
- For 20 years he has hosted the morning show.
- Its last broadcast will be on Monday, November 30th.
Düsseldorf – This news should be many TV viewers and fans of the show “Full pot service daily“Shock. The popular Moderator Ingo Nommsen stops – he will no longer moderate the morning magazine from the week after next. As presseportal.de reports, the 49-year-old wants to put his energies into new projects from now on: “About two decades Part of this success story in ZDF being makes me very happy. Now I’m looking forward to investing my energies in new projects and opening the next chapter in my life, ”confirms Nommsen.
Full pot on ZDF: Ingo Nommsen leaves the morning magazine
His resignation he has not yet announced on Instagram. Round 3000 shipments moderated the 49-year-old. Ingo Nommsen presented his first “Volle Kanne – Service daily” show on October 18, 2000 on ZDF. His first studio guest at the breakfast table was at that time Comedian Thomas Herrmanns. The team he’s from Mondays to Fridays daily, also comments on his decision: “Ingo Nommsen has had a very positive impact on ‘Volle Kanne’ for many years. In around 3,000 issues, it led through our almost 90-minute live broadcast in an entertaining and quick manner – an achievement on the long haul that deserves respect, ”said so Redaktionsleiterin Elke Jonkmanns. moderator Nadine pitchers, which has also been part of the show since 2009, will be from January 2021 alternate with Carsten Rüger, Florian Weiss and Eva Mühlenbäumer to present the program. For TV viewers, these are also familiar faces.
Ingo Nommsen: His last “Volle Kanne” show in November
Am Monday, the 30. November Ingo Nommsen will moderate his last “Volle Kanne – Service daily” week. The broadcast times remain the same: from 9:05 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. At the Friday, the December 4th Ingo will say goodbye to his “Volle Kanne” audience around 10.30, as the press portal continues to report. One thing is certain: Ingo, too, is very likely to get in touch with TV viewers and fans on his Instagram account before his last broadcast. Maybe he’ll have to come to terms with his resignation himself, after all, he was 20 years long the presenter who led the TV viewers through the show.