Overall, the show hosted by Oliver Welke was in great demand. With 4.70 million viewers, it was enough for fifth place in the TV charts on Friday. However, the range did not mean a new record, and more people were watching at the beginning of March. Afterwards, 2.45 million people stayed at the second on Friday evening to watch a new edition of Jan Böhmermann’s “ZDF Magazin Royale”. The half-hour format also had a total of 12.3 percent market share, with 14- to 49-year-olds it scored a strong 17 percent.
Even before that, the evening went very well for the Mainz broadcaster. 6.29 million people watched a new episode of “The Public Prosecutor” at the prime time start, with a market share of 19.1 percent among all viewers. From 9:15 p.m., “Last Track Berlin” still reached an average of 5.32 million viewers (16.8%). The two thrillers had a good 8.7 and 7.5 percent market share among 14 to 49 year olds.
Meanwhile, at 8:15 pm, the first placed a successful edition of “Praxis mit Meeresblick”, 5.17 million people aged three and over watched the 90-minute film. A total of 15.8 percent of the market share was achieved, with 14- to 49-year-olds also having 7.2 percent more production than the broadcaster’s average. The first had to give up later in the evening. A “crime scene” repetition from 10:15 pm reached an average of 2.07 million viewers, the rate was 9.4 percent.
ZDFneo relied on the British series “Pure” from late Friday evening – around 260,000 people watched from 11:40 pm. For 14 to 49 year olds, the rates were initially 1.2, then up to 1.7 percent. In the overall market, the episode started at 0:45 a.m., which achieved 2.5 percent, achieved the best result.