8:15 p.m., The First, Child of Fortune, dramedy
Nothing is further from the unemployed, living alone Hans (Herbert Knaup) than to take responsibility for a baby. He has lost contact with his divorced wife and children, and his life is increasingly slipping away into nothingness. But when he finds an almost lifeless baby in a garbage can, he feels the first active impulse in a long time. He secretly takes the little girl and calls her Felizia. Hans prefers not to give Felizia back at all. He suppresses the notion that this coexistence cannot last.
8:15 p.m., VOX, Red Ribbon Club – how it all began, drama
The life of Leo (Tim Oliver Schultz), Emma (Luise Befort), Jonas (Damian Hardung), Toni (Ivo Kortlang), Alex (Timur Bartels) and Hugo (Nick Julius Schuck) does not seem to be different from that of other teenagers . But then Leo is suddenly torn from his everyday life and has to go to the hospital. At this point in time, no one suspects that Jonas, Alex and Toni will eventually end up at the Albertus Clinic, where Hugo has been in a coma for quite a while, and that one day they will be the “Red Ribbon Club”.
8:15 p.m., arte, Lola runs, big city drama
Manni (Moritz Bleibtreu) and Lola (Franka Potente), in Berlin in the 1990s: Manni leaves 100,000 euros in the subway. His fence wants the coal in 20 minutes. Manny calls Lola. He wants to rob a supermarket. She starts running. 3 times! To stop him and get the money in the next few minutes. The story ends differently three times.
8:15 p.m., Sat.1, Fack Ju Göhte, comedy
Actually, ex-prisoner Zeki (Elyas M’Barek) wants to make a nice life for himself after his release: He only has to get the money from the bank robbery that was buried on a construction site. But there is now the new gymnasium of the Goethe comprehensive school. Zeki sees only one way to get the money: he can be hired as a substitute teacher – and of all things has to take over the dreaded class 10b. But his rather rough (teaching) methods prove to be an ideal means of gaining respect.
8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Wilsberg: 48 hours, thriller
When Overbeck (Roland Jankowsky) is asked by the Kriminalrat to pick up his daughter after going to a disco, he doesn’t need to be asked twice. The attractive Juliane celebrates the completion of her studies. Overbeck appears as arranged and wants to take Juliane home. But things are different. At dawn he wakes up in his car in the ditch. The service weapon is gone, he can’t remember anything. Has he been a victim of knockout drops? Wilsberg (Leonard Lansink) gets to the bottom of the matter