8:15 p.m., ZDF, Friesland: countercurrent, crime comedy

The East Frisian patrolman Henk Cassens (Maxim Mehmet) meets a mysterious young woman (Sophie Pfennigstorf) at the harbor in Leer. She claims she can’t remember who she is. The woman did not have her ID or cell phone with her. There is a laceration on the back of the head. Was it an accident, a crime, or is she just lying to Henk? Before Henk can find out more about the circumstances of the memory loss, the young woman disappears from the police station.

8:15 p.m., the first, the big hit beach party 2022 – here we go again!, show

Florian Silbereisen can finally celebrate the hit in his Eurovision show again! He starts “The Big Schlager Beach Party 2022” in the Amphitheater Gelsenkirchen with Andreas Gabalier, Roland Kaiser, Jürgen Drews, Matthias Reim and many other stars! Singing along and celebrating is not only allowed, but expressly encouraged!

8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, 8 Mile, music drama

Jimmy “Rabbit” Smith (Eminem), a white rapper who comes from the bottom and wants to make it in an African-American-dominated industry: Rabbit has such great stage fright during his first “rap battle” in an underground club in Detroit that the words literally get stuck in his throat. His multicultural clique of good friends still believes in him. Rabbit’s confidence is put to the test. Because he broke up with his girlfriend, he has to move back into the trailer park with his alcoholic mother (Kim Basinger).

8:15 p.m., ONE, Inspector Dupin: Breton specialties, thriller

In the market hall of Saint-Malo, Commissioner Dupin (Pasquale Aleardi) witnesses how top restaurateur Blanche Trouin (Franziska Junge) is stabbed by her sister Lucille (Nadja Becker). Lucille flees headlong, but is caught and arrested by Dupin. Since then she has remained silent. Dupin, who is always interested in understanding the background of a crime, is puzzled. He realizes it’s not a cold-blooded murder, but why isn’t Lucille trying to defend herself?

8:15 p.m., WDR, sauerkraut coma, comedy

Provincial policeman Franz Eberhofer (Sebastian Bezzel) is exposed to new, nerve-wracking pressures: He is “transferred” to Munich – that means sharing a flat with his idiosyncratic buddy Rudi (Simon Schwarz) and his adversary Thin Lizzy (Nora Waldstätten) as boss. No wonder Franz wants to go back to Niederkaltenkirchen. Fortunately, a woman’s corpse is soon found in Papa’s (Eisi Gulp) trunk, which leads Eberhofer back home and to Grandma’s (Enzi Fuchs) cooking pots.