8:15 p.m., the first, since you’ve been here, love film

Out of an old bond, the artist Jarek takes nine-year-old Lilia, daughter of his ex-girlfriend Alina (Katharina Schüttler), to violin lessons. Jarek gets to know the family of the violin teacher Clara (Martina Gedeck) and her husband Bertschi (Robert Palfrader) and their sons. Jarek increasingly enjoys the family touchpoints. He feels attracted to Clara without being able to admit it to her. When Lilia gets the chance to switch to another teacher as a master student, contact with Clara breaks off abruptly. Until Jarek and Clara meet again by chance a few months later.

8:15 p.m., RTL, The Bachelorette, Dome Soap

Five men are planning a kayak tour with The Bachelorette that takes them past sea caves and lagoons. Sharon then spends time with one of them on a longtail boat overlooking a picturesque fishing village. During a trip with five of the men, a relaxed atmosphere awaits – until it gets really romantic for Sharon with one of the men.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, X-Men: future is past, superhero action

The X-Men must change the past to save the future: In the future, the overpowering Sentinels spread fear and terror, the rival mutant groups are on the verge of extinction. Without further ado, former enemies Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) cooperate and send Wolverine’s (Hugh Jackman) consciousness into the past. There, Wolverine is supposed to pull Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), who made the construction of the Sentinels possible, on his side. However, the task turns out to be difficult.

8:15 p.m., 3Sat, country crime: The dead man at the pond, local crime

Bohemian Forest, Upper Austria, a snowy village. Retired police officer Sepp Ahorner (Josef Hader) discovers a dead body on the frozen village pond on his morning round. An old acquaintance of Sepp’s, the harsh inspector Grete Öller (Maria Hofstätter) from the Kripo Linz, and her young, ambitious colleague Lisa Nemeth (Miriam Fussenegger) take on the case. However, since the villagers only reject the two inspectors, Sepp feels compelled to investigate on his own and against his own environment, despite his retirement.

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, couple love, game show

In “Couple Love” the perfect relationship is worth up to 100,000 euros. Because it is not brains or strength, but simply knowing your better half and working together as a couple that decides victory or defeat. In each episode, three couples face the relationship test by Ralf Schmitz in eight tests. Only the two duos who know each other very well make it to the final. And only the winning couple can go home happier by up to 100,000 euros.