8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Munich Murder: The whole city is a fool, crime thriller

In his new case, the trio of Schaller (Alexander Held), Neuhauser (Marcus Mittermeier) and Flierl (Bernadette Heerwagen) have to solve two murder cases at once – and at a time when Munich is upside down: the Oktoberfest is in full swing. A neighbor of Kriminaloberrat Zangel is found dead in his apartment. The lonely pensioner, Josef Kleint, was killed. A valuable painting that adorned the wall of the victim’s apartment becomes the center of a maze of suspects. When a second murder then occurs, the investigators are faced with an even greater mystery.

8:15 p.m., The First, The Law Firm: An Odd Couple, Lawyer Series

Isa von Brede (Sabine Postel) and Markus Gellert (Herbert Knaup) represent a paramedic who has to answer for bodily harm. In a life-saving operation in Hamburg’s Kiez, the man pushed an aggressive passerby so hard that he stumbled onto the street and was hit by Wohler’s patrol car of all people.

8:15 p.m., ONE, Kilimanjaro – journey into life, drama

Tom (Kostja Ullmann) has a big dream. He wants to climb Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. An almost impossible challenge, because Tom is in a wheelchair. The rest of the group are stunned. The risk that they won’t make it themselves is too great. But they quickly realize: It’s all or no one.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, We Germans and China, documentary

China is Germany’s largest trading partner. But Beijing’s proximity to Moscow has been more disturbing than ever since Putin’s attack on Ukraine. What are the consequences for relationships? A look at the history of German-Chinese relations shows the way to a dilemma that Germany is now facing: How dependent is the German economy if, in the wake of the Russian attack on Ukraine, there are also upheavals with China?

8:15 p.m., 3Sat, special severity of guilt, psychological thriller

Joseph Komalschek (Götz George) has to serve a 30-year prison sentence for the cruel killing of a young mother and her baby. He never admitted his guilt, and the bodies never turned up. After his release, he returns to his hometown, where he is met with suspicion and contempt. Above all, the former police officer Klaus Barner (Manfred Zapatka), who once arrested the alleged double murderer, is not very impressed by the return of the “monster”. A cat-and-mouse game begins between Komalschek and the retired civil servant.