8:15 p.m., ZDF, The Good Bull: Take it or die it

The “good cop” Fredo Schulz (Armin Rohde) has an explosive special investigative mission in the Berlin-Neukölln drug department. An undercover investigator was shot and the savvy police officer Schulz is tasked with solving the sensitive case. Together with his partner, chief inspector Milan Filipovic (Edin Hasanovic), he manages to win over the young dealer Dakota (Almila Bagriacik) as an informant.

8:15 p.m., VOX, Guidos Wedding Race, Show

The three couples Anita and Kwabena, Ute and Carsten and Freya and Rafael embark on a road trip to the south of Germany. But if you want to win the dream wedding including Guido as a very personal wedding speaker, you have to pass the tasks and collect stanzas of a love poem.

8:15 p.m., the first, hunting Dagobert, documentary

On June 13, 1992, a pipe bomb exploded in a Hamburg department store. The extortionist, who calls himself Dagobert, demands one million Deutschmarks – based on the very rich cartoon drake. Dagobert tries to outwit the police with sophisticated attempts to hand over money… a war of nerves begins that makes headlines. The phantom fools the police – and becomes more of a “folk hero” with every failed money transfer.

8:15 p.m., ONE, A Surefire Plan, thriller drama

After the closure of his carpentry business, Klaus Roth (Richy Müller) is also threatened with private insolvency. He sees only one way out – a robbery of his bank’s money transporter. But the armed action together with the former Afghanistan soldier Achim Buchert (Martin Butzke) goes wrong. With five bank employees as hostages, they holed up in the branch while the police lined up outside.

8:15 p.m., BR, Bezzel

Bezzel and Schwarz, also known as “Franz Eberhofer” and “Rudi Birkenberger” or simply Sebastian and Simon, are again “on the road” across Bavaria! In Odelzhausen, Simon and Sebastian get on their racing bikes together with five-time Paralympic gold medalist Michael Teuber and work up a sweat. Simon Schwarz and Sebastian Bezzel experience how sustainable the coffee trade can be in Augsburg. The cross-border commuters also spend a day full of contrasts at the Krümelhof on the outskirts of Augsburg.