TV tips on Wednesday (December 22nd, 2021)
You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Wednesday at a glance.
8:15 p.m., the first, I am your person, drama
Alma (Maren Eggert), a scientist at the Pergamon Museum, is taking part in an unusual study: She is said to live for three weeks with a humanoid robot (Dan Stevens) that is tailored to her character and needs and whose artificial intelligence is designed to help her to be the perfect life partner.
8:15 p.m., ZDF, Bares for Rares, Show
Horst Lichter welcomes people who want to sell strange little things and fabulous treasures. As a prominent saleswoman, social media star Cathy Hummels is visiting with a friend. Together they offer an extraordinary Asian property. What do the experts say about this? Will the girlfriends get the dealer card?
8:15 p.m., RTL, the billing of the year – with Ilka Bessin & Oliver Pocher, show
2021 – What a year !? Karl Lauterbach becomes a TV star, Armin Laschet the funniest comedian in the country and Oliver Pocher is arrested, taken away and released again. Funny, bizarre, surprising, internet hypes – there’s room for everything here, except for serious topics. According to the motto “The last comes at the end”, Ilka Bessin & Oliver Pocher give an award for each of the past 12 months.
8:15 p.m., VOX, Sing, digital trick fun
Buster Moons (Daniel Hartwich) Theater is on the brink of bankruptcy. To save his musical theater, the little koala wants to hold a singing competition. No sooner said than done: Shortly afterwards, hundreds of animals are standing in front of his door and want to take part in the new show. What Buster doesn’t know: His quirky secretary typed $ 100,000 instead of $ 1,000 in prize money on the leaflets. An animal pleasure with hit songs and loads of emotions begins.
8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Wilsberg: Murder and concrete, crime thriller
Wilsberg (Leonrad Lansink) hangs around under a false identity with the construction worker Michael Lobland (Christoph M. Ohrt). He wants to build a luxurious residential and office district at the old industrial port. For this he has the backing of the urban developer Scharper (Alexandra von Schwerin). However, Lobland stands in the way of a group of militant activists in his plan to upgrade the area. The “FIM” has holed up in a warehouse and wants to prevent gentrification with all its might.